Development and application of analytical tool based on Input-Output table
The aim of the project is the (further) development of an analytical tool based on Input-Output table to evaluate effects of possible governmental programs supporting the development of the private sector of the Ukrainian economy.
By using the Ukrainian Input-Output table and employment data, the approach allows to analyze the effects on production and employment. During an on-site workshop, the client is trained in input-output analysis. The tool is developed together with the participants and used for real-life problems.
The project is conducted on behalf of GIZ.
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