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Granberg, Alexander
Zaitseva, Ioulia
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41st Congress of the European Regional Science Association: "European Regional Development Issues in the New Millennium and their Impact on Economic Policy", 29 August - 1 September 2001, Zagreb, Croatia
Authors construct Regional input-output tables (11 products of goods and sevices) on the basis of regional accounts and National input-output table (120 products) by 79 subjects of the Russian Federation. Information of the Regional input-output tables is used for three types of multiregional models (size 79 x 11): a) multiregional input-output model; b) multiregional optimization model (with vector criterion function); c) spatially-economic equilibrium model. Multiregional economic analysis is developed by the following directions: 1) export-import impact on the regional economy; 2) possibilities of decreasing of regional trade deficit and deficit of regional balances of payment; 3) searching of equilibrium and quasi-equilibrium in the multiregional system; 4) possibilities of leveling of regions by the level of final consumption of households per capita; 5) use of reserves of the basic industrial capital in one regions for increase of final demand in another regions.
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