Interindustry Employment Requirements

Alterman, Jack
July 1965
Monthly Labor Review;Jul65, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p841
Academic Journal
Presents an interindustry employment table which help assess employment consequences of changes in demand in one part of the economy on the rest of the economy. Initial efforts to develop input-output tools used in economic analysis; Details of the 1958 input-output table; Limitations for consideration when using the interindustry employment table to measure the impact of expenditures for goods and services on employment.


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