Input-Output Tables and Multipliers for Scotland 1998-2007
The Input-Output tables provide a complete picture of the flows of goods and services in the economy for a given year. They detail the relationship between producers and consumers and the interdependencies of industries.
The tables form the basic structure of most large-scale models of the Scottish economy and used by governments, academics and other analysts to produce detailed analysis of the Scottish economy and to model the impact of hypothetical economic events.
For the first time the tables include modelled greenhouse gas effects figures that will be used to estimate the emissions reported in the High Level Carbon Assessment of the Draft Budget 2011/12, scheduled for publication in November 2010.
The tables can be accessed online via the Scottish Government website at: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Input-Output.
This is a National Statistics Publication for Scotland
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