REGIONAL INPUT-OUTPUT AND SOCIAL ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS FOR AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING

This report presents selected statistics of inter-industry inter-dependence which focus on the importance and role of agriculture and agriculture-related industry in regional economic development. Data for two vastly different regions-- the state of Minnesota and the Northeast Region of Thailand-- are presented to show the wide differences in regional economic relationships and activity levels which occur and which are amenable, nonetheless, to similar methods of economic accounting and analysis. These methods include use of regional input-output and socio-economic accounts for monitoring, assessing and comparing the effects of particular agricultural and agriculture-related industry development strategies on a total regional economy and, also, through its exports and imports, on the rest of the nation.


Issue Date:
1980
Publication Type:
Working or Discussion Paper
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/13286
Total Pages:
30
Series Statement:
Staff Paper P80-21




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