Input-Output-Workshop special 2017

Conference proceedings of the 9th I-O-Workshop 2017 Spezial Download

Abstracts and Presentations

KEYNOTES

Oosterhaven, J.: About modelling supply versus demand shocks: A disaster study Presentation

Richter, J.: The empirical foundation of RIO and MRIO analyses – some critical reflections Presentation

Rueda-Cantuche, J. M.: Towards official European Inter-country Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables: the FIGARO project, its methodological choices and comparison with other similar databases Presentation

SESSION 1a

Többen, J.: On the simultaneous estimation of physical and monetary commodity flows Abstract Presentation

Cai, M.: A cost-effective KRAS-based approach to the construction of MRIO tables under limited data availability

Grodzicki, M.: Prebisch-Singer effect for global value chains: fragmentation of production, relative prices and international inequalities Presentation

Flegg, T.: Can Formulae based on Location Quotients Yield Adequate Estimates of Regional Output Multipliers? A Study of South Korean Regions Presentation

SESSION 1b

Emmenegger, J.-F.: Die Rolle des Satzes von Perron-Frobenius in Leontief- und Sraffa-Modellen Abstract Presentation

Wolter, M. I.: Harmonisierung von gesamtwirtschaftlichen und regionalen Input-Output-Modellen Presentation

Köppen, D.: Estimating Aggregation Effects in Multiregional I-O-Models Abstract

Mayer, H.: Internationale Transportleistungen und Bewertungskonzepte in den Input-Output-Tabellen Presentation

SESSION 2a

Wood, R.: Key global value chains: a global multi-region structural path decomposition 

Guilhoto, J.: Global Value Chains and Production Fragmentation: A Feedback Loop Analysis Based on ICIO 2016 Database 

Muradov, K.: Structure and length of value chains Abstract Presentation

SESSION 2b

Wieland, H.: Supply-Extension versus Use-Extension in Environmentally Extended Input-Output Modelling: Analyzing Physical Flows within the Austrian Economy

Sommer, M.: Multi-regional Comparison of Carbon Footprint Taxation schemes 

Kronenberg, T.: Nachhaltige Entwicklung in Nordrhein-Westfalen: eine Szenarienanalyse  Presentation

SESSION 3a

Schwärzler, M.: The Multiregional Health Account for Germany Presentation

Kulioni, V.: Energy embodied in trade, 1970–2009

Ferreira, J.-P.: Port wine production – an MRIO value chain analysis 

Vargas, J.-R.: Panama: employment forecast on an input-output framework Abstract Presentation

SESSION 3b

Jahn, M.: The spatial effect of changes in regional characteristics 

Safr, K.: Regional Input-Output Tables and Inter-Regional Model for the Czech Republic Abstract

Ferraresi, T.: Tracing the value added in exports of Italy: an integrated multicountry, interregional analysis 

Burmeister, J.: Estimating Trade in a Regional Input-Output Table Abstract

SESSION 4a

Meyer, M.: Quantitative Assessments of Pathways to a Resource Efficient Europe. Insights from Applications of a Multi Regional Simulation Model 

Wiebe, K.: Material requirements and emission footprints of lowcarbon technology diffusion – combining a dynamic MRIO approach with elements from system dynamics modelling

Kaltenegger, O.: The Effect of Globalisation on Energy Footprints: Untangling the Links of Global Value  Abstract

Stebbings, E.: Input-output models and ecosystem service feedbacks: Estimating the net GVA of economies Presentation

SESSION 4b

Zubrzycki, K.: Does intramural R&D of business enterprises drive economic growth? Presentation

Kristalova, M.: Impact of EU and Russian sanctions on sectors in EU-27  Abstract

Ulrich, P.: Regionale und multiregionale Nachfrageimpulse in einem InputOutput-basierten Allokationsmodell

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List of participants

The list of participants can be downloaded here.

Programme

The conference programme is available for download here.

Guest Speakers

We are pleased to have won three high-profile guest speakers for the IO-Workshop Special 2017:

  • Prof. Dr. Jan Oosterhaven (University Groningen)
  • Dr. José M. Rueda-Cantuche (European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre)
  • Dr. Josef Richter (University of Innsbruck)

Location

Erweiterungsgebäude (Gebäude 15), Universität Osnabrück, Seminarstraße 20, 49074 Osnabrück, meeting room 105, 113 and 131
 

Call for Papers

Regional / Multi-Regional Input-Output Analyses (RIO / MRIO) have gained new importance in empirical economic research. Inter- and intra-regional interdependencies are of major interest for many research questions. We welcome contributions in the following exemplary research fields:

  • Analysis of regional structural change
  • Economic impacts of (natural) desasters
  • Regional effects of investment projects
  • Global value chain analysis
  • Compilation of RIO / MRIO tables
  • Empirical foundations of RIO / MRIO analyses

Further topics related to RIO / MRIO are highly welcome.

The workshop addresses producers and users of RIO and MRIO tables. The aim is to present and discuss the progress in generating Regional and Multi-Regional Input-Output datasets, in RIO / MRIO-modelling as well as new fields of application of RIO / MRIO analysis.

The Call for Papers can be downloaded here.

 

Important dates

  • Submission of extended abstract until January 15th, 2017
  • Confirmation of participation and preliminary timeline until February 1st, 2017
  • Registration/payment of workshop contribution until february 28th, 2017
  • Workshop programme March 1st, 2017

Conference language German and English.

Workshop contribution: 45 € (with additional 19 % VAT) p.p.

For questions please refer to Anke Mönnig: Email: moennullnig@gws-os.com; Phone: +49 (0)541 40933-210

Scientific Committee

The IO workshop is accompanied by a Scientific Committee. Members of the Scientific Committee are:

  • Prof. Dr. Udo Ludwig (IWH)
  • Prof. Dr. Bernd Meyer (GWS)
  • Prof. Dr. Utz Reich (University of Applied Sciences Mainz)
  • Prof. Dr. Erik Dietzenbacher (University Groningen)
  • Prof. Dr. Josef Richter (University Innsbruck)
  • Prof. Dr. Reiner Stäglin (DIW)

Organising Team

The IO-Workshop is jointly organised:

  • Anke Mönnig (GWS)
  • Prof. Dr. Jutta Günther (University Bremen)
  • Prof. Dr. Tobias Kronenberg (Bochum University of Applied Sciences)