Online-Input-Output-Workshop 2019

Conference proceedings of the 11th I-O Workshop 2019 special can be downloaded here.

The concept of sustainable development, introduced in the so-called Brundtland Report (1987), now influences the decisions of private households, businesses and public institutions. Sustainable development requires the achievement of objectives in at least three dimensions (environmental, economic, social) at global, national and regional levels. Input-output analysis can be used to better understand challenges and solutions, for example through the following applications:

    • Calculation of "ecological footprints"
    • Analysis of embodied emissions in exports and imports
    • Studies of the economic impacts of climate change
    • Analyses of employment effects of investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency
    • Studies on the distribution effects of environmental policy measures

    In this workshop, these and other applications of input-output analysis for sustainable development issues were discussed.

    Abstracts and Presentations


    Hennicke, P. (Wuppertal Institute)

    Session 1A

    Wendler, T.: How green is green tech? An empirical analysis on the impact of environmental innovations in Europe

    de Schutter, L.: Assessing EU bioeconomy transitions in the coupled socialecological system with an environmentally extended input-output approach

    Session 1B

    Wieland, H.: Constructing a stock-flow consistent physical input-output model to track life cycle-wide metal flows around the globe presentation

    Wiebe, K.: Cross-border effects of climate change mitigation policies under different trade regimes

    Session 2A

    Yamano, N.: Estimating Carbon Emissions embodied in Final Demand and Trade Using the OECD ICIO 2018

    Dietzenbacher, E.: Measuring the Effects of Energy Transition: A Structural Decomposition Analysis of the Change in Renewable Energy Use between 2000 and 2014 presentation

    Session 2B

    Owen, A.: Rethinking the Social Accounting Matrix Structure for Household Footprints

    Kronenberg, T.: Carbon Footprints at the Regional Level and Why They Matter

    Session 3

    Wolter, M. I.: Zielkonflikte nachhaltigerer Entwicklung und ein nachhaltigerer Arbeitsmarkt presentation

    Reich, Utz-Peter: Schein und Sein – zur theoretischen Konsistenz physischer Input-Output-Tabellen

    Emmenegger, J.-F.: Sraffas Theorie der Kuppelproduktion als Werkzeug ökologischer Ökonomie presentation

    Measurung green Jobgs with Input-Output-Models: Special Session on the Methology develobed by the ILO-Gains Cooperation

    La Marca, M.: Green Jobs assessment – the Handbook of the GAIN network

    Lehr, U.: Green Jobs in MENA – similarities and differences

    Banning, M.: Socio-Economic Impacts of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in Egypt

    Session 3A

    Bernardt, F.: Pendlerströme als Indikator für sozioökonomische Nachhaltigkeit presentation

    Flaute, M.: Ökonomische Modellierung von Klimafolgen und ‑anpassungsmaßnahmen – Herausforderungen und Ergebnisse

    Mönnig, A.: Elektromobilität 2035 – Effekte auf Wirtschaft und Erwerbstätigkeit durch die Elektrifizierung des Antriebsstrangs von Personenkraftwagen presentation

    Session 3B

    Paniccià, R.: A biregional waste input-output model

    Vargas, J. R.: Input-output and sustainable Development in the tropics, yesterday and tomorrow presentation

    Samambayeva, A.: The impact of greenhouses vegetable production – Case of the Virgin British Islands

    Session 4

    Steenge, B.: Input-Output Based Modelling of Resource Scarcity – Concepts and some History

    Scholz, R.: The Keynesian Multiplier in an Environmentally-Extended Multiregional Input-Output Framework

    Lutz, Ch.: How to catch the rebound effect in interindustry modelling


    Bouwmeester, M. (Eurostat): Monitoring sustainable development and the role of input-output applications presentation


    Call for Papers

    The Call for Papers can be downloaded here.


    Bochum University of Applied Sciences, Lennershofstr. 140, D-44801 Bochum

    Important Dates

    • Submission of extended abstract until December 31st, 2018

    • Confirmation of participation until February 1st, 2019

    • Workshop programme February 10th, 2019

    Conference languages are German and English.

    Workshop contribution: 65 € p. p.

    For questions please refer to Prof. Dr. Tobias Kronenberg, phone: +49 234 32 10816.

    Scientific Committee

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

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

    Organizing 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)