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Input-output methods in urban and regional planning

W. I. Morrison

Input-output methods in urban and regional planning

a practical guide

by W. I. Morrison

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • City planning -- Data processing,
  • Regional planning -- Data processing,
  • Urban economics,
  • Regional economics,
  • Linear programming

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 132-135

    StatementW. I. Morrison and P. Smith
    SeriesProgress in Planning -- 7, pt. 2, Progress in planning -- v. 7, pt. 2
    ContributionsSmith, Peter, 1947-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 59-151 ;
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22782532M

    It is called Basic Methods of Policy Analysis and Planning because it is intended as the first book a beginning analyst will use in building a portfolio of methods to approach knotty public policy problems. geographic. and social structures of urban and regional systems. analysis techniques such as survey research methods, linear. An Introduction to Regional Economics, Edgar M. Hoover and Frank Giarratani The West Virginia Input-Output Study: Modeling A Regional Economy, Anthony L. Loviscek, Randy E. Holliday, Lucinda A. Robinson, and Melissa S. Wolford; Elements of Input-Output Analysis, William H. Miernyk; Optimal Location of Facilities, Gerard Rushton; Scientific Geography .

    Hewings major research efforts are directed toward modeling of urban, regional and inter-regional economic systems. Much of this work is based on a set of econometric-input-output models that have been developed for several metropolitan areas and states in the US as well as several regions in Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia and Japan. Input-Output Analysis is an ideal introduction to the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields, including economics, regional science, regional economics, city, regional and urban planning, environmental planning, public policy analysis and public : Cambridge University Press.

    Academic independent international publisher specialising in economics, law, business and management and public policy. The methods to be discussed include the framework of inter-regional input-output (IRIO), structural path analysis (SPA), computable general equilibrium (CGE), and agent-based modeling (ABM). We will begin with the top-down IMPLAN analyses, which are appropriate for static, short-term planning challenges, but less so for regions and cities that.


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Input—output methods in urban and regional planning: A practical guide. Author links open overlay panel W.I. Morrison P. Smith. Show moreCited by: 7. The goal of this chapter is to introduce the fundamentals of input-output (I-O) analysis and its use in economic impact analysis and economic development planning.

Input-output analysis has been around for decades in various disciplines of economics and is widely used by researchers, policy analysts, and practitioners.

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Get this from a library. Input-output methods in urban and regional planning: a practical guide. [W I Morrison; Peter Smith]. Input–output economics has been used to study regional economies within a nation, and as a tool for national and regional economic planning.

A main use of input–output analysis is to measure the economic impacts of events as well as public investments or programs as shown by IMPLAN and Regional Input–Output Modeling System. Input-Output Methods in Urban and Regional Planning: A Practical Guide [W I and Smith, P Morrison] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Morrison, W I and Smith, P.

Urban and regional planners develop and evaluate plans for communities—the places we live, work, interact, and entertain on a daily basis.

Their responsibilities require skills of retrieving, analyzing and presenting data. One of the required courses in all. Input – output model of economic development 1. Regional development theories Development planning Input – output analysis Presented by: Aalekhya Kandala BA VI sem Plng JNA & FAU 2.

Introduction Input-output model is a novel technique invented by Professor Wassily ef in The complexity of urban environment and the unpredictability of planning indicate the need to change traditional planning methods to keep up with profound changes in the culture and economy of cities.

Input-Output Analysis is an ideal introduction to the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields, including economics, regional science, regional economics, city, regional and urban planning, environmental planning, public policy analysis and public management.

W.I. Morrison and P. Smith, Input—output methods in urban and regional planning: A practical guide, Progress in Planning, 7, (59), (). Crossref Andrew M. Isserman, The Location Quotient Approach to Estimating Regional Economic Impacts, Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 43, 1, (33), ().Cited by: This text then analyzes the principal types, economic base, input–output, and econometric of the regional economic models.

Other chapters consider a large-scale econometric model for the Philadelphia region based on time series data to make forecasts for output, employment, prices, wages, income, economic activity, and other economic aggregates.

Methods of Regional Analysis, The MIT Press Alonso, Location and Land Use: Toward a General Theory of Land Rent, Harvard University Press Friedmann and Alonso, Regional Development and Planning, The MIT Press Miernyk, Elements of Input-Output Analysis, Random House Beckman, Location Theory, Random House Muth.

Planning Support Methods offers the only practical guide to the key methods of urban and regional planning. The authors apply and critically assess the most important methods for demographic and economic analysis and projection and land suitability analysis, providing an essential resource for practicing planners and planning students : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

The book is the 2nd edition of Research Methods in Urban and Regional Planning (). It offers undergraduate and graduate students insights into limitations, constraints, and assumptions embedded in the selected analytical methods.

It is also. Miller, Ronald E. "Regional and Interregional Input-Output Analysis." In Methods of Interregional and Regional Analysis. Aldershot, England: Ashgate,pp. Mills, Edwin S. "What Makes Metropolitan Areas Grow?" In Urban Change in the United States and Western Europe. Edited by Anita Summers, Paul C.

Cheshire, and Lanfranco Senn. 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, regional input–output tables and trade flows. Input-Output Analysis is an ideal introduction to the subject for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of fields, including economics, regional science, regional economics, city, regional and urban planning, environmental planning, public policy analysis and public by: ‘Covering a wide range of topics, this practical handbook provides not only a useful compilation of fundamental knowledge but also of the history of input-output analysis, reminding us of the inspiring efforts of its pioneers.

The book is a welcome and much-needed reference for novices as well as for established researchers in IOA who want to expand their analytical portfolio. articles regional input-output tables were obtained through survey methods. In 3 other cases In 3 other cases survey and non - survey methods were used, but not to.

This text intyroduces the principles of regional science and focuses on the key methods used in regional analysis, including locational analysis, regional and interregional analysis, econometrics (regional and spatial) analysis, programming and industrial and urban complex analysis, gravity and spatial interaction models, SAM and social accounting (welfare) analysis, applied general.ADVERTISEMENTS: One of the most interesting developments in the field of modern economics is the model of industrial interdependence known as input-output tableau.

It owes its origin to Prof. Wassily Leontief. Input-output analysis is of special interest to the national-income economist because it provides a very detailed breakdown of the macro-aggregates and money flows.

.Urban and regional planners develop and evaluate plans for communities—the places we live, work, interact, and entertain on a daily basis. Their responsibilities require skills of retrieving, analyzing and presenting data.

One of the required courses in all planning programs is planning methods. While teaching such a course we feel the need for a text book that provides an up-to Reviews: 1.