5 edition of Energy and environment in interregional input-output models found in the catalog.
|Series||Studies in applied regional science ;, v. 15|
|LC Classifications||TJ163.2 .M84 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 137 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||79000786|
FAYE DUCHIN. Elsewhere I have shown how input-output techniques could provide quantitative answers to the kinds of questions raised by industrial ecology (Duchin, ; see also Duchin, ); a numerical example illustrated how both money costs and levels of pollution would be affected by alternative technological or organizational decisions. A survey of existing regional models -- regional and interregional input-output models, regional econo- metric models, location-agglomeration models -- suggests their limited use- fulness for the specific regional information for environmental and energy policy analysis and the computational needs of SEAS.
Input–output models have their origins in economics. They can be quite complicated to develop, requiring significant quantitative calculations and measurements. The purpose here is not to model or engage in complex calculations, but to use the idea of inputs and outputs to reflect upon the relationships between an environment and an. Miller, Ronald E. and Peter D. Blair. "Input-Output Models at the Regional Level." In Input (Appendices are optional) Oosterhaven, Jan, and J. Paul Elhorst. "Methods of Interregional and Regional Analysis (Book Review)." Economic Systems "The Effect of Relative Coefficient Size on Input-Output Multipliers." Environment and Planning A
Multi-interregional economic impact analysis based on multi-interregional input output model consisting of 7 regions of Vietnam, Bui Trinh1, Kiyoshi Kobayashi2, Thai Nguyen Quang3 and Phong Nguyen Viet4 Abstract I/O models have been widely used to assess the impacts of many changes in an economy. This book highlights the social, economic and environmental importance of the mutual relations between industries in the same and in different regions and nations, and demonstrates how to model these relations using regional, interregional and international input-output (IO) models.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Muller, Frederik. Energy and environment in interregional input-output models. Boston: M. Nijhoff, 45 Interregional Input–Output Models with v ¼ P -vector with the economy-wide total primary inputs of type p, that is, the row totals of the third quadrant of Fig.Energy and environment in interregional input-output models / Frederik Muller M.
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Add to Wishlist ISBN Pub. Date: 08/31/ Publisher: Springer Netherlands. Energy and Environment in Interregional Input-Output Models / Edition 1. by F. Muller | Read Reviews. Hardcover. Current price is Publish your book Price: $ Regional input–output tables and trade flows: an integrated and interregional non-survey approach.
Regional Studies. Regional analyses require detailed and accurate information about dynamics happening within and between regional economies. However. The multiregional input-output (MRID) model for the United States can be used to analyze energy and transportation policies in general.
A specific study deals with the economic interaction between electricity, coal, and freight transportation created by changes in the regional technologies of generating electricity as well as alterations in the. Further, the economic interregional input output model system can be applied in analysis impacts on residuals generated by interregional economic activities.
This problems will processed with case study of HoChiMinh City (HCMC) and the Rest of Vietnam (ROV) based on interregional input output approach. The Vietnam interregional input output. This second volume of proceedings of the International Conference on Regional Science, Energy and Environment (Louvain, May ) contains papers related to general and partial equilibrium models of regional and urban development, in which natural and human resources playa dominant role.
It need. Environmentally extended input-output analysis (EEIOA) is used in environmental accounting as a tool which reflects production and consumption structures within one or several economies. As such, it is becoming an important addition to material flow accounting. 2 Input-Output Analysis for EEIOA.
3 Critical Issues. 6 External links. environment and energy models, and therefore it become usual to talk about ‘energy-economy-environment’ models (Faucheaux and Levarlet, ). Thus, it is not surprising that also the input-output models have been extended to deal with both environmental and energy issues.
Therefore, in this section, it is intended to illustrate some ofFile Size: KB. Input–output models for different regions can also be linked together to investigate the effects of inter-regional trade, and additional columns can be added to the table to perform environmentally extended input–output analysis (EEIOA).
For example, information on fossil fuel inputs to each sector can be used to investigate flows of. Downloadable. In this paper we attempt an empirical application of the multi-region input-output (MRIO) method in order to enumerate the pollution content of interregional trade flows between five Mid-West regions/states in the US â€“Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin â€“ and the rest of the US.
This allows us to analyse some very important issues in terms of the nature. Environmental interregional input-output models In both models, pollutant discharges into the environment are associated with the economic outputs, while the inputs from the environment are treated as part of the industrial inputs.
Leontief () reversed these relationships. In his model, the amount 01'. useful energy input-output model, which is the first ever EIO model to include useful energy flows.
The proposed models are especially suitable to evaluate energy decoupling, energy use and energy efficiency trends in the economy. Finally, as the PF-EIO model is undeniably superior to conventional models, it should be considered the standard in.
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Then Section discusses the ideal, full information, interregional input–output model with interregional spillover and feedback effects at length, and compares it with the requirements and assumptions of more limited information, multiregional input–output models.
All of these studies focus on the introduction effect of individual forms of renewable energy and do not consider alterations in the overall energy system.
Input-output (IO) analysis and energy systems. Recent research studies regarding renewable energies have been conducted from the viewpoint of the energy system as a by: 5. Input-Output Analysis contains new contributions to inter-industry economics by a set of internationally respected authors.
The first part sketches the current state-of-the-art, ands explores the frontiers for traditional topics in input-output analysis such as interindustry linkages, feedback effects, and the composition of economic changes. Using an Interregional Input-Output Programming Model Authors: Kohno, Hirotada, Higano, Yoshiro Explains how the trade pattern among regions is variable and is endogenously determined by the impact of public investments such as highways and high-speed railways.
Introduction. Energy input–output analysis (EIO analysis) has been widely used to understand the role of energy in the economy since the s (Miller and Blair,Park, ).This method consists in the accounting for energy flows in the economy, and it has mainly relied on two conventional models: the hybrid-unit and the direct impact coefficient by:.
The input-output analysis is a useful tool to examine economic structural problems concerning the economic growth, the industrial structure and the environment. Several researches have been conducted to identify the efficiency of resources and energy consumption of Japanese industries using Cited by: 1.Downloadable (with restrictions)!
A multi-objective linear programming (MOLP) model based on a hybrid Input–Output (IO) framework is presented. This model aims at assessing the trade-offs between economic, energy, environmental (E3) and social objectives in the Brazilian economic system.
This combination of multi-objective models with Input–Output Analysis (IOA) plays a supplementary role."This long-awaited Second Edition of Miller and Blair's Input-Output Analysis: Foundations and Extensions is destined to become a bestseller.
They methodically and excellently review in fourteen chapters the basic input-output accounts, and they expand the accounting framework to new energy, environmental, and ecological by: