Development of analytical tools based on Input-Output table
The aim of the project is the development of an analytical tool to assess the gains and losses of possible state programs supporting the development of the private sector of the Tajik economy.
By using the Tajik 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. Furthermore, the tool is developed together with the participants and used for real-life problems. An user-interface facilitates the operation of the tool.
On behalf of GIZ, the project is conducted jointly by Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) and the Institute of Economic Structures Reserach (GWS).
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