Working Papers, Konjunkturinstitutet - National Institute of Economic Research
IOR – NIER’s Input-Output Model of the Swedish Economy
() and Erik Glans
Abstract: The present paper introduces a new version of an
input-output model of the Swedish economy (IOR). The model is used at NIER
for short term forecasts of imports and sectoral production. It is also
used for structural analysis of the Swedish economy. The economy is divided
into about 30 products/industries and about 40 final demand categories. For
each demand category, it is possible to trace back the supply provided by
value added of different industries, including trade margins and
merchanting trade, public sector production, imports, taxes and subsidies.
This paper presents calculated supply shares for the main components of
final demand for the year 2012. An adjustment for the tourist consumption
in Sweden is made in such a way that the supply share for household
consumption is valid for Swedish households, and the supply shares for
exports includes exports to incoming tourists.
Keywords: Input-output; forecasting and simulation; import shares; (follow links to similar papers)
JEL-Codes: C67; D57; E17; (follow links to similar papers)
25 pages, December 14, 2015
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