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Regional industrial multiplier system

Ellen Hall

Regional industrial multiplier system

a guide for river basin analysts

by Ellen Hall

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Area in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watersheds -- United States -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ellen Hall.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Southeastern Area.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15219916M

    Inside the back cover of this book you'll find a software download certificate. The download includes an easy to-use estimating program with all the cost estimates in this book. The software will run on PCs using Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 operating systems. Quarterly price updates on the Web are free and automatic all during As the minimum multiplier value is one, the larger (smaller) I(IR-1) values are associated with those regions in which on the average the interregional multipliers are larger (smaller). 7'he data in row 3 indicate as a percent the total information content of the interregional multipliers, I(IR:1), David Greytak, Regional interindustry Cited by:

    added to the lumber products times the multiplier. If the value added to the $1 million of lumber products is $, and the value added multiplier is , then $, ($, x ) of “value” is added to products in other industries affected by the increase in lumber Size: 2MB. Multipliers don’t get a little more from people around them—they get vastly more. Multipliers utilize people at nearly percent of their capacity, meaning they get twice the capability from their people than Diminishers do. Imagine what is possible if everyone led like a Multiplier and got the full intelligence and capability on their team.

      One commonly used model in the United States is the Bureau of Economic Analysis' Regional Industrial Multiplier System (RIMS II) that provides final-demand output multipliers for detailed industries, including hotel accommodations, eating and drinking establishments, and arts, entertainment, and recreation.   Multiplier: In economics, a multiplier is the factor by which gains in total output are greater than the change in spending that caused it. It is usually used in reference to the relationship.


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[Ellen Hall; United States. Forest Service. Southeastern Area. Division of State and Private Forestry.]. pliers known as RIMS (Regional Industrial Multiplier System), which was based on the work of Garnick and Drake.1 Inthe’s,BEAcompletedanenhancementof RIMS, known as RIMS II (Regional Input-Output Mod-eling System), and published a handbook for RIMS II users.2 InBEA published a second edition of theFile Size: KB.

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Bureau of Economic Analysis. Publication date Pages: The regional multiplier is analogous to the standard Keynesian multiplier used in macroeconomics: an initial in-crease in demand leads to an even greater expansion of regional income, Regional industrial multiplier system book the income received from this demand is spent, creating income for others who spend and create additional income for still others.

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A very timely and insightful book/5(). Regional Industrial Multiplier System (RIMS) II RIMS was originally developed in the s by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce, based on the Department of Commerce's input-output table of the national economy.

It breaks out almost separate U.S. industries, including airports. RIMS II (Regional Input-Output Modeling System) is a model produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) under the U.S.

Commerce Department. You can purchase RIMS II multiplier tables for any county, state, or combination of counties. Essentially you get some tables of multiplier relationships and the rest is on you to figure what you’re doing.

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Publication date A regional economic multiplier is defined as the total economic effect that occurs in a region per unit of the direct economic change that caused the effect. For example, suppose a. Regional Input-Output Modeling System (RIMS II) User's Guide Regional Input-Output Modeling System (RIMS II) User's Guide The Regional Input-Output Modeling System (RIMS II) user's guide provides practical advice on the appropriate use of the RIMS II model as well as an explanation of the Input-Output framework and RIMS II model assumptions.

The regional level: strengths and weaknesses of different methods for regional multipliers estimation Regional multipliers are the exact analogue, at a regional level, of the national Keynesian multipliers8. They are aggregate multipliers, which means they do not distinguish between the sectors where the initial expenditure changes originate.

Gravgård Pedersen, O., & de Haan, M. The system of environmental and economic accounts and the economic relevance of physical flow accounting. Journal of Industrial Ecology, 10(1–2), 19– Google ScholarCited by: An input–output table represents the economy to be studied in terms of aggregated industrial or commodity groups or sectors.

The transactions table provides a concise, descriptive snapshot of a particular economy at a point in time.

A hypothetical and much-simplified transactions table for a Author: R. Jensen, T. Mandeville, N. Karunaratne.

The price of the tables (two series perregion) is $ per region. RIMS II multipliers can also be obtained for selected industries for allStates, the District of Columbia, and the Nation.

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Round This paper is concerned with the analysis of linkages between economic systems and the spillover and possible feedback effects one system may have on another.