AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERREGIONAL REPERCUSSION EFFECTS

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AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INTERREGIONAL REPERCUSSION EFFECTS
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The primary purpose of this paper is to examine the industrial structure of Shikoku region,which is geographically isolated from other regions, but economically highly interrelated with them in Japan. Shikoku's foremost economic problem so far has been to create a large number of jobs and to raise the level of income received by its residents, since per capita incomes have been somewhat below those found in most other regions. Particularly, in recent years, this income gap has been widespreading again. In order to take off from the continuing lower level of economic activities in Shikoku region, we first clarify the crucial barriers to economic growth with which the Shikoku economy is now confronting. We, then, evaluate the recent growth performance, since future economic expansion builds on past trends, ceteris paribus. Next, we present some conceptual advances in interregional input-output analysis. Particularly our attention is paid to derive two kinds of matrix multipliers (i.e., ∂X1/∂F1 and ∂X1/∂F2), which show the changes in the level of output produced in Shikoku region (i.e., X1) induced by changes in the final demand vectors in not only shikoku region (i.e., F1) but also the other region (i.e., F2). By using data from the 1975 & 1965 interregional input-output tables, we offer quantitative estimates of those multipliers, and finally evaluate the interregional repercussion effects for the region under study.

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著者 Ihara Takeo
著者(ヨミ) イハラ タケオ
著者(別表記) 井原 健雄
Publication Title
研究年報
Volume
21
Start Page
193
End Page
219
Publisher
香川大学経済学部
Published Date
198203
ISSN
0451-2081
NCID
AN00076010
Resource Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language
eng
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香川大学
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