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Supply, use and input-output tables and analysis - 2024

Supply, use and input-output tables and analysis  
Course LeaderIldiko RITZLNE KAZIMIR 
Target GroupThe course is targeted at ESS staff interested in the principles of compiling supply and use tables according to ESA2010 and in understanding the main concepts and the potentials of input-output analysis for empirical investigations of high political relevance; Sound command of English 
Entry Qualifications
  • Sound command of English. Participants should be able to make short interventions and to participate actively in discussions
  • Familiarity with Input-Output Statistics
  • Experience in National Accounts
Objective(s)The main objective of this course is to offer an overview on the various necessary steps to compile a supply-and-use system and for the transformation of the resulting data in matrices, focusing on practical examples on how that compilation is made. The second objective is to provide an introduction into input-output analysis and to show how this technique may be used for structural analyses. In particular the course aims at illustrating in which fields input-output analysis can be used to address questions of high political relevance. 
  • The supply and use system as integral part of national accounts: the three approaches of GDP, data sources for supply and use tables.
  • Treatment of exports and imports according to changes introduced by ESA2010. Role of imports, globalization and input-output analysis (e.g. goods processed abroad, merchanting, R&D).
  • Steps necessary to arrive at a consistent set of supply and use tables.
  • Balancing the supply and use tables
  • Compiling supply and use tables in volume terms
  • Derivation of symmetric input-output tables.
  • The static open Leontief model; theoretical background, assumptions.
  • Practical exercises on:

Compilation of supply and use tables

  • Valuation matrices
  • Compiling imports and domestic use table
  • Balancing
  • Calculating factor content by products.
  • Calculating factor content by final demand categories.
  • Calculating final use of value added by components
  • Calculating various types if “multipliers”.
  • The price (cost-push) model.
  • Overview of main input-output extensions.
  • Globalisation and input-output analysis – overview of available Inter-Country Input-Output tables.
  • Overview of policy relevant exercises.
Expected outcomeParticipants will gain in-deep understanding of the conceptual framework of the supply and use system underpinning National Accounts, together with the main sources and methods used to do input-output analysis. There will be a mixture of presentation and practical work for participants to reinforce their learning 
Training MethodsCombination of theoretical lessons, practical training with the computer, and discussion of practical problems. 
Required ReadingCopies of the presentation materials. 
Suggested ReadingESA 2010 
Required PreparationNone 



Practical Information    
WhenDurationWhereOrganiserApplication  via National Contact Point
28-30.10.20243 days

CSO Hungary,


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