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study of transportation requirements using national and multiregional input-output techniques
Karen R. Polenske
1967 by U. S. Dept of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, Institute for Applied Technology; distributed by Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information in Washington .
Written in English
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Sustainable transportation and mobility are key components and central to sustainable development. This research aims to reveal the macro-level social, economic, and environmental impacts of alternative vehicle technologies in the U.S. The studied vehicle technologies are conventional gasoline, hybrid, plug-in hybrid with four different all-electric ranges, and full battery electric vehicles Cited by: INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS PLANNING: A CASE STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY pp. Manfred Lenzen, Charlie Benrimoj and Bob Kotic ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CONSUMER LIFESTYLES - USING A JAPANESE ENVIRONMENTAL INPUT-OUTPUT TABLE AND THE LINEAR EXPENDITURE SYSTEM DEMAND FUNCTION pp. Ayu . Introduction. Welcome to the Metabolism of Cities library, which holds 1, publications related to urban metabolism and material flow analysis, with of these specifically be.
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To explore the potential of multiregional input-output techniques for the Study of Transportation Requirements.1 More recently the Department has, via the services of a private research organiza tion, disaggregated the Transportation and Warehousing sectors of the OBE matrix for to give more modal detail and made the detail in both the.
Multi-regional Input-Output models require the use of a single currency, in our case the US dollar (USD). As is typically done in this type of model, the conversion to USD is based on the.
Input–output economics has been used to study regional economies within a nation, and as a tool for national study of transportation requirements using national and multiregional input-output techniques book 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.
This chapter focuses on regional, interregional, and multiregional input-output analysis. Unlike many other branches of regional economics and regional science, the development of regional and interregional models occurred almost contemporaneously with the growth Cited by: Understanding environmental and social footprints at the city level through multiregional input-output (MRIO) analysis is a key to designing policy aimed at mitigating the direct and indirect.
Peters G.P., Hertwich E.G. () The Application of Multi-regional Input-Output Analysis to Industrial Ecology. In: Suh S. (eds) Handbook of Input-Output Economics in Industrial Ecology. Eco-Efficiency in Industry and Science, vol Cited by: 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. The study is an extension of The Washington State Input-Output Study for by the inclusion of a detailed examination (by mode of transport) of purchase-sales relationships.
Portions of the report address the conceptual and empirical problems in measuring regional interindustry flows in the transport sectors, and particularly the.
Non-survey Method for Estimating a Multi-regional Input -Output Model in China. Nobuhiro Okamoto, Daito Bunka University. Abstract. This paper proposes a method for estimating a multi-regional input-output (MRIO) model for China under the limitations and constraints of trade flow data over the regions.
The MRIO model proposed. Changju Lee, Jiaqi Ma and Kwan Kyo Oh, Economic Impact Analysis on Regional Industries by High-Speed Rail Investments: Application of an Input-Output Model, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, /,10, (), ().Cited by: Another approach to evaluate the economic impact changes in the transport networks of a transportation system, based on input-output 0 the pricing system modelling, is presented by Liew and The The present approach is based on a multiregional model differs from the traditional multiregional input- input-output (I/O) by: 7.
The Regional Input–Output Modeling System (RIMS II) is a regional economic model developed and maintained by the US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA). Regional input–output multipliers such as the RIMS II multipliers allow estimates of how a one-time or sustained increase in economic activity in a particular region will impact other industries located in the region—i.e., estimating.
Input-output analysis ("I-O") is a form of economic analysis based on the interdependencies between economic sectors. This method is most commonly used for estimating the impacts of positive or Author: Will Kenton. This study has 3 objectives. First is to identify the economic characteristic and structure of whole transportation from to by input-output analysis.
Second is to identify the economic characteristics and structure of each mode of transportation sector by input-output : Hideo Fukuishi.
National Summary of Publications Cooperative Freight Research Program Reference # Year Title Type of Document Author Case Trip Generation, 8th Edition: An ITE Informational Report Synthesis Report Institute of Transportation Engineers An Analysis of Truck Travel Demand Forecasting Techniques and Data Requirements K.
HeathingtonFile Size: KB. The Washington State Transport-oriented Input-output Study for Author: Philip J. Bourque Subject: Demand, Economics, Estimates, Markets, Mathematical models, Output, Regional economics, Transportation Keywords: input-output, transport economics, Washington State Created Date:.
Downloadable (with restrictions). Author(s): Glen Peters & Robbie Andrew & James Lennox. Abstract: The use of Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis (MRIOA) for understanding global environmental problems is growing rapidly.
Renewed interest in MRIOA has led to several large research projects focused on constructing detailed and accurate MRIOTs. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook.
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Bamboo forest is characterized by large carbon sequestration capability and it plays an important role in mitigating climate change and global carbon cycling. Previous studies have mostly focused on carbon cycling and carbon stocks in bamboo forest ecosystems, whereas the carbon footprints of bamboo products have not received attention.
China is the largest exporting country of bamboo flooring Cited by: 7. Downloadable (with restrictions). Author(s): Erik Dietzenbacher & Bart Los & Robert Stehrer & Marcel Timmer & Gaaitzen de Vries. Abstract: This article describes the construction of the World Input-Output Tables (WIOTs) that constitute the core of the World Input-Output Database.
WIOTs are available for the period and give the values of transactions among 35 industries in The purpose of this study is to identify the relationships between infrastructure improvement and economic growth in the surrounding region.
Traditionally, microeconomic and macroeconomic analyses are the mostly used tools for analyzing the linkage between transportation sectors and economic growth but offer little clues to the mechanisms linking transport improvements Cited by: 1. 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.
Based on input-output techniques, we simulate three scenarios aiming at saving 19% of the water available, a figure set by the first of them based on improving the efficiency of the current irrigation system. The same savings could also be reached by a twenty-seven-fold increase in the price of water or a % reduction in crop exports.
This paper introduces in transportation research the "input- output analysis" which is generally used in economic science to determine direction and size of flows. In order to make this possible we have to compare economic variables such as income, final demand and industries with transportation variables such as trip production, trip.
Book Description. The study of cities is one of the grand challenges of twenty-first-century science, and mathematical modelling—in this case, urban modelling—provides a crucial contribution to scholarly and practical projects fully to comprehend their workings, evolution, and associated planning problems.
In this study we apply structural decomposition analysis (SDA) in a global, multiregional input−output (MRIO) model to understand annual changes in UK consumer CO 2 emissions between and By doing so we are able to capture the different regional (i.e., UK and non-UK) contributions to changes in individual technological and socio Cited by:  National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission.
(a). Trends and Projections of Current Revenue Sources for Highways and al Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission.  National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission. (b). Conventional world input-output models are incapable of facilitating the analyses that involve such countries.
Taking Japan as a case study the study develops the Global Link Input-Output (GLIO) model and uses it to calculate the CO2 emissions of the global supply chain network supporting Japanese household consumption. The Ties that Bind: Economic and Freight Transportation Implications of U.S.-Canada Border Bridges Using a Bi-national Transportation Network-Combined Economic Model.
Research in Transportation Business & Management, 16, 32– [DOI] [PDF] [show abstract]. REMI Policy Insight is a structural economic forecasting and policy analysis model. It integrates input-output, computable general equilibrium, econometric, and economic geography methodologies.
The model is dynamic, with forecasts and simulations generated on an annual basis and behavioral responses to wage, price, and other economic factors.
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Open Library. Featured Full text of "Methods of regional analysis: an introduction to regional science". Extending the Random-Utility-Based Multiregional Input-Output Model: Incorporating Land Use Constraints, Domestic Demand & Network Congestion in a Model of Texas Trade; Presented at the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board ().
With Natalia Ruiz-Juri. Tracking Land Use, Transport, and Industrial Production using Random. The 8th Chinese Input-Output Conference was held on Augustin Weihai, Shandong Province, China. It was organized by the Chinese Input-Output Association (CIOA) and hosted by School of Management, Shandong University.
Around scholars from universities, institutes, national and regional bureaus of statistics attended this conference. This book forms a valuable case study in the reform of education. The aim of this book, first published inwas to give a complete conspectus of Chinese education at the time.
Full text of "Regional multipliers: a user handbook for the regional input-output modeling system (RIMS II)" See other formats. The model is on computer tape and is expected to be released to the public during the summer of l/ Detailed Characteristics The ~ffiIO model is similar to other input-output models in its basic dimensions.
It differs, however, in that it consists of interrelated input-output tables for 44 state or multistate regions.
Input-output tables An input-output table describes the flow of goods and services between all the individual sectors of a national economy over a This article published as the entry on "Input. The input-output analysis is usually made for the whole countries, because it is derived from the national symmetric input-output tables published by local statistical office.
However, ECoC projects have mostly regional or even only municipal economic effects, because culture is mainly concentrated in large cities (Slach et al., ). Manfred Lenzen is Professor of Sustainability Research at Integrated Sustainability Analysis (ISA) in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney.
Manfred has a PhD in Nuclear Physics and 15 years of experience in renewable energy technologies. He has undertaken extensive experimental research .Transit, Walking, and Bicycling Since the middle of the last century, relatively few people have gotten to work by using public transportation, carpooling, bicycling, or walking.
Over most of the last 30 years, these forms of commuting have declined steadily .Papers consider such applications as warehouse location, crude oil transportation, newspaper distribution, the trucking industry, rail planning and seaport systems.
Transport issues in North America and Italy are described and compared. The papers in this volume are revised versions of contributions to the International Seminar on Freight.