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Time SunMonTueWedThuFri
08:00 - 08:30            
08:30 - 09:00            
09:00 - 09:30  International School of IO Analysis (Session 1)Opening ceremonyParallel Session 4Parallel sessions 8General Assembly
09:30 - 10:00  Keynote Lecture I
10:00 - 10:30  
10:30 - 11:00  Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
11:00 - 11:30  International School of IO Analysis (session 2)Short breakParallel sessions 5Leontief Award, Keynote lecture IIParallel sessions 9
11:30 - 12:00  Parallel sessions 1
12:00 - 12:30  
12:30 - 13:00  LunchLunchLunchLunchLunch
13:00 - 13:30  
13:30 - 14:00  
14:00 - 14:30  International School of IO Analysis (session 3)Parallel sessions 2Parallel sessions 6ExcursionParallel sessions 10
14:30 - 15:00  
15:00 - 15:30  
15:30 - 16:00  Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
16:00 - 16:30  International School of IO Analysis (session 4)Parallel sessions 3Parallel sessions 7Parallel sessions 11
16:30 - 17:00  
17:00 - 17:30  
17:30 - 18:00  Closure session of the ISIOA
18:00 - 18:30    ESR meeting (invitation only)Concert  
18:30 - 19:00 Opening and Welcome Reception for the ISIOAGet together for the International IO Conference    
19:00 - 19:30  Conference Dinner  
19:30 - 20:00 Council meeting (invitation only)    
20:00 - 20:30      
20:30 - 21:00          
21:00 - 21:30            
21:30 - 22:00            
22:00 - 22:30            
22:30 - 23:00            
23:00 - 23:30            
23:30 - 24:00            


 

Overview

 

Sun, 24/Jun/2012

  • 18:30 - 20:00, Opening and Welcome Reception for the ISIOA
    Meeting room M1 (next to E1-06, E1-08 and E1-10)

Mon, 25/Jun/2012

  • 09:00 - 10:30, International School of IO Analysis (Session 1)

    • Location: E1-06
      Topic: Historical roots and theoretical background of Input-Output Analysis
      Chair: Christian Lager and Heinz Kurz

      • Module H-IOA: Session 1
        by Christian Lager, Heinz Kurz

    • Location: E1-08
      Topic: Dynamic econometric input-output modelling
      Chair: Kurt Kratena

      • Module DEIO: Session 1
        by Kurt KRATENA

    • Location: E1-10
      Topic: Construction of Symmetric Input-Output Tables
      Chair: Jaroslav Sixta

      • Module IOT: Session 1
        by Jaroslav Sixta

  • 10:30 - 11:00, Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30, International School of IO Analysis (session 2)

    • Location: E1-06
      Topic: Historical roots and theoretical background of Input-Output Analysis
      Chair: Christian Lager and Heinz Kurz

      • Module H-IOA: Session 2
        by Christian Lager, Heinz Kurz

    • Location: E1-08
      Topic: Dynamic econometric input-output modelling
      Chair: Kurt Kratena

      • Module DEIO: Session 2
        by Kurt KRATENA

    • Location: E1-10
      Topic: Construction of Symmetric Input-Output Tables
      Chair: Jaroslav Sixta

      • Module IOT: Session 2
        by Jaroslav Sixta

  • 12:30 - 14:00, Lunch

  • 14:00 - 15:30, International School of IO Analysis (session 3)

    • Location: E1-06
      Topic: Historical roots and theoretical background of Input-Output Analysis
      Chair: Christian Lager and Heinz Kurz

      • Module H-IOA: Session 3
        by Christian Lager, Heinz Kurz

    • Location: E1-08
      Topic: Dynamic econometric input-output modelling
      Chair: Kurt Kratena

      • Module DEIO: Session 3
        by Kurt KRATENA

    • Location: E1-10
      Topic: Construction of Symmetric Input-Output Tables
      Chair: Jaroslav Sixta

      • Module IOT: Session 3
        by Jaroslav Sixta

  • 15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break

  • 16:00 - 17:30, International School of IO Analysis (session 4)

    • Location: E1-06
      Topic: Historical roots and theoretical background of Input-Output Analysis
      Chair: Christian Lager and Heinz Kurz

      • Module H-IOA: Session 4
        by Christian Lager, Heinz Kurz

    • Location: E1-08
      Topic: Dynamic econometric input-output modelling
      Chair: Kurt Kratena

      • Module DEIO: Session 4
        by Kurt KRATENA

    • Location: E1-10
      Topic: Construction of Symmetric Input-Output Tables
      Chair: Jaroslav Sixta

      • Module IOT: Session 4
        by Jaroslav Sixta

  • 17:30 - 18:30, Closure session of the ISIOA

  • 18:30 - 20:30, Get together for the International IO Conference
    Registration starts at 17:30

Tue, 26/Jun/2012

  • 09:00 - 09:30, Opening ceremony
    , AULA

  • 09:30 - 11:00, Keynote Lecture I
    Heinz D. Kurz (University of Graz)

    INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS QUO VADIS?

    As early as in his Presidential Address to the American Economic Association in 1970 Wassily Leontief had warned the economics profession of being in danger of taking the wrong road. His warnings were echoed by several contemporary commentators who argued that parts of modern economics share some responsibility for the current financial and economic crisis. Severe economic crises request the economics profession to reconsider its doctrines, abandon views that can no longer be sustained, return to views that can, or create new ones appropriate to the situation under consideration. As an integral part of economics, input-output analysis cannot possibly avoid to respond to this request. It is argued that input-output analysis is a child of the classical approach to the theory of production, income distribution and relative prices. This is illustrated in terms of two papers by Leontief: In his 1928 maiden paper he adopted a circular flow framework and explained relative prices in terms of the distribution of the surplus product amongst different social classes. In his 1985 paper he dealt with the problem of technological change and the involved choice of technique problem in strictly classical terms. It is shown that in such a framework there is no presumption that the amount needed of a particular input per unit of a particular output will fall with an increase of the price of the input, or at most stay the same. Hence the conventional concept of "substitution" between inputs need not hold and the equally conventional downward sloping demand function for an input cannot generally be sustained. It is argued that this fact has nothing to do with the well-known phenomena of "reswitching" of techniques and "capital reversing", but is of much wider importance. This has important consequences for economic theory and applied economics, including input-output analysis., AULA

  • 11:00 - 11:30, Short break

  • 11:30 - 12:30, Parallel sessions 1

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Input-Output analysis of disasters 1
      Chair: Joost Reyes Santos

      • An Input-Output Framework for Assessing Disaster Impacts on Nashville Metropolitan Region
        by Joost Reyes Santos

      • Economic impact assessment of Critical Infrastructure failure in the EU: A combined Systems Engineering - Inoperability Input-Output model.
        by Olaf Jonkeren, Bogdan Dorneanu

      • LONG-RUN EFFECT OF A DISASTER: DECOMPOSING REGION SPECIFIC STRUCTURAL CHANGE
        by Yasuhide OKUYAMA

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: MRIO-showcase I: Global MRIO frameworks
      Chair: Manfred Lenzen

      • BUILDING EORA: A GLOBAL MULTI-REGION INPUT-OUTPUT DATABASE AT HIGH COUNTRY AND SECTOR RESOLUTION
        by Manfred LENZEN, Arne GESCHKE, Keiichiro Kanemoto, Daniel Moran

      • Compiling and Refining Environmental and Economic Accounts (CREEA) – towards a global Material/Energy/Economic MR EE SUT
        by Arnold Tukker

      • Decomposing Factor Income Distributions: The Roles of Trade, Technology and Consumption
        by Bart LOS, Gaaitzen DE VRIES, Robert STEHRER, Marcel Timmer

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Environmental IO models 1
      Chair: Richard Wood

      • Research on Industry Actual Potential for Carbon Emission Reduction based on Optimal Input-Output model
        by Xue Fu, Kuishuang Feng, Klaus HUBACEK, Bo Meng

      • The Performance Measures of Agro-Energy Production Chains: The Grape Pomace Case
        by Devrim Murat YAZAN, Vito Albino, Achille Claudio Garavelli

      • Environmental Burdens of the EU’s Consumption: An MRIO-Based Assessment
        by Kjartan Steen-Olsen, Jan WEINZETTEL

      • Methods of disaggregation of input-output tables
        by Richard WOOD, Jan WEINZETTEL

      • The creation of a dual Waste and Multi Regional Input-Output model for Australian conditions
        by Christian John Reynolds, John Boland, Kirrilly Rebecca Thompson

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 1
      Chair: Arteom Denisov

      • Estimating imperfect competition impact on producer prices in Russia in 2000-2010
        by Arteom Denisov, Vadim M. GILMUNDINOV

      • Inter-sector, inter-region analysis of interaction between national economy as a whole and its energy production seсtor
        by Nikita I. SUSLOV

      • Numerate Triple Bottom Line Accounting For The West African Economy – An Input-Output Analysis
        by Joshua Temitope Adekeye

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Input-Output accounts and statistics 1
      Chair: Martin Soeren Lindner

      • China’s Industrial TFP Measurement and Decomposition——Comparison Based on Value-added Production Function and Gross Output Production Function
        by Jicheng Yang, Jin FAN

      • Complexity of Chinese economy and its evolution: Measurement based upon 1987-2007 National and Provincial I/0 Tables
        by Sanmang WU, Shantong LI

      • DISAGGREGATING INPUT-OUTPUT MODELS WITH INCOMPLETE INFORMATION
        by Martin Soeren Lindner, Dabo Guan

      • The Input-Output Statement Real-Time Tabulation Method and the Realization of the Real-Time Analysis for the Financial Management and the Supply-Demand Chain Management
        by Ning KANG

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Structural change and dynamics 1
      Chair: Maria Ivanova

      • A Dynamic Hypothetical Extraction Technique for Analizing Price Effects
        by Ana Isabel Guerra, Ferran Sancho

      • Russian’s foreign trade relations researches as an integrated part of an IO analysis
        by Svetlana Slobodyanik, Liudmila Tishina

      • Specialization, Market Integration and Agribusiness Development in China: A Study based on Chinese Regional Input Output Tables in 1997, 2002 and 2007
        by Binjian Yan, Jin FAN, Yingheng Zhou

      • Transaction Costs as Measurement of Institutionally Led Structural Changes
        by Maria Ivanova

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Physical and hybrid input-output tables 1
      Chair: Jaroslav Zbranek

      • Analysis of the labour inputs in the input-output framework
        by Jaroslav ZBRANEK, Jaroslav Sixta

      • Energy economics modeling with hybrid units applied to supply and use tables
        by Paulo de Tarso Gaeta Paixao

      • Tracing iron flows by using the input-output framework
        by Chen LIN, Shaoan Huang

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: FIDELIO: a New Econometric Input-Output Model for the European Union
      Chair: José M. Rueda-Cantuche

      • FIDELIO: A fully interregional dynamic econometric long-term input-output model for the EU
        by Kurt KRATENA, Gerhard Streicher

      • Households in FIDELIO: Dynamic optimization with durables and energy
        by Kurt KRATENA, Ignazio Mongelli

      • FIDELIO: a New Econometric Input-Output Model for the European Union
        by Kurt KRATENA, Gerhard Streicher, Frederik V R Neuwahl, Ignazio Mongelli, José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE, Aurelien Genty, Iñaki Arto, Valeria Andreoni

  • 12:30 - 14:00, Lunch

  • 14:00 - 15:30, Parallel sessions 2

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: EUROSTAT Session on IO Accounts and Statistics
      Chair: Isabelle Rémond-Tiedrez

      • Calculation of a coherent matrix of intermediate consumption in a situation of incomplete product information
        by Nikolaus Bayerl

      • Goods sent abroad for processing: measuring and recording in the supply and use tables for Estonia
        by Iljen DEDEGKAJEVA

      • Impact of the SUT and NA integration on the compilation process of the annual Hungarian NAs
        by Forgon Mária

      • Recording of globalisation phenomena in the Czech national accounts
        by Vitezslav Ondrus

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: MRIO-showcase II: Special MRIO variants
      Chair: Manfred Lenzen

      • Consumption-based carbon emissions in a post-Kyoto regime until 2020
        by Christian Lutz, Kirsten S. WIEBE

      • Green technologies and their global resource dependency: Material flow analysis using a global link input–output model
        by Keisuke NANSAI, Shigemi Kagawa, Yasushi KONDO, Kenichi NAKAJIMA, Sangwon Suh

      • The GTAP Database as a Large Sparse Multi-Regional Input-Output Table
        by Alexandra Penedo de Sousa Marques, Tiago Domingos, Joao Rodrigues

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Special WIOD-session 1: Environmental Aspects of International Trade 1
      Chair: Erik Dietzenbacher

      • A structural decomposition analysis of the pollution terms of trade using the WIOD tables
        by Yan XU, Erik DIETZENBACHER

      • Building a Time Series of Environmental Accounts for a Word Database
        by Aurelien Genty, Iñaki Arto, Frederik V R Neuwahl

      • International Outsourcing, Carbon Leakage, and Employment Leakage
        by Kurt KRATENA

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: CGE and econometric input-output modelling 1
      Chair: Michael Lahr

      • Health care expenditure and CGE model: an application for the USA
        by Francesca SEVERINI, Maurizio Ciaschini, Rosita PRETAROLI, Claudio SOCCI

      • Impact of the Loss of Rail System Service on a Key Segment of New Jersey's Urban Industrial Corridor: A Simple CGE Analysis
        by Michael L LAHR, Ana Isabel Guerra, Jinwoo Kwon, Haiyan Zhang

      • Macroeconomic impacts of carbon capture and storage in China
        by Jianwu HE, Shantong LI

      • Short-term Distributional Effect of Carbon Reduction Policy Based on Industrial Abatement Cost Curve
        by Min Wei, Cuihong YANG

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Environmental IO models 2
      Chair: Klaus Hubacek

      • Economic impacts of energy efficiency and renewable energy in Germany
        by Christian Lutz, Ulrike Lehr

      • Extending multi-regional input-output (MRIO) models with water use data for policy-related applications
        by Stephan Lutter, Thomas O. WIEDMANN

      • Structural decomposition of CO2 emissions in the Slovak economy
        by Michal Habrman, Mikulas Luptacik

      • Towards a spatially explicit and seasonal accounting and modeling framework for water provision, consumption and trade-off assessment: A case study for the Niger River in Africa
        by Klaus HUBACEK, Kuishuang Feng

      • Water footprints in Spain based on a MRIO model with 16 Spanish regions
        by Ignacio CAZCARRO, Rosa DUARTE, Julio Sánchez Chóliz

      • Water Resources Management under Climate Change Impacts: Inter-Regional Water Resources Input Output Table Approach
        by Pongsak SUTTINON

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 2
      Chair: Panayotis G. Michaelides

      • Estimating Regional Freight Movement in Australia Using Commodity Flows and Input-Output Coefficients
        by Jian Wang

      • Impacts on Resource Requirements to Achieve Planned Targets in India Using a Study Based on Leontief & Ghosh model
        by Priyam SENGUPTA

      • Input-Output Credit Multipliers in a crisis economy: The Case of Greece
        by Panayotis G. Michaelides, Theofanis Papageorgiou, Angelos T Vouldis

      • Inter-Industry Linkages and Sectoral Productivity in Iranian Economy
        by Mohammadgholi Yousefi, Mojtaba Esfandiari Kaloukan, Zahra Zakeri

      • Macroeconomic Effects of the German Government’s Building Refurbishment Programme
        by Tobias Heinrich Kronenberg, Patrick Hansen, Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs

      • The Single Market as an engine for employment growth through the external trade
        by José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE, Nuno Sousa, Valeria Andreoni, Iñaki Arto

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: International trade 1
      Chair: Ahmad Khodaverdi

      • An Investigation of the Leontief Paradox using Canadian Agriculture and Food Trade: An Input-Output Approach
        by TingTing WU, Kakali MUKHOPADHYAY, PAUL J. THOMASSIN

      • The effect of foreign trade on environment in Iran: CO2 emission case study
        by Abbas Azizi, Nooraddin SHARIFY

      • Value added Trade Revisited
        by Masaaki KUBONIWA

      • Economy wide Impact of CEPA between Canada and India
        by Kakali MUKHOPADHYAY, Debesh Chakraborty, PAUL J. THOMASSIN

      • Energy and Carbon Embodied in International Trade of Iran
        by Ahmad Khodaverdi, Narges Moradkhani

  • 15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break

  • 16:00 - 18:00, Parallel sessions 3

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Special WIOD-session 4: Environmental Aspects of International Trade 2
      Chair: José Manuel Rueda-Cantuche

      • How much would the Kyoto Protocol cost to consumers?
        by Mònica SERRANO, Erik DIETZENBACHER

      • Peeling the Onion: Analyzing Aggregate, National and Sectoral Energy Intensity in the European Union
        by Andreas Löschel, Michael Schymura

      • The Game of Trading Jobs for Emissions
        by Iñaki Arto, José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE, Erik DIETZENBACHER, Valeria Andreoni, Ignazio Mongelli, Aurelien Genty, Alejandro Villanueva

      • Water Use, Water Footprint and Virtual Water Trade: a time series analysis of worldwide water demand
        by Iñaki Arto, Valeria Andreoni, José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: CGE and econometric input-output modelling 2
      Chair: Huey-Lin Lee

      • A General Equilibrium Evaluation of Fiscal Policy Responses to Shocks in Spain
        by Maria Teresa ALVAREZ-MARTINEZ, Clemente Andrés Polo

      • Do not judge a book by its cover: ecosystem service of the Kaomei wetland
        by Huey-Lin LEE

      • Is it sufficient to apply transport data as a proxy for actual trade data in a SCGE model?
        by Wiljar Gudmund Hansen

      • The Effect of Trans-Pacific Partnership on the economic growth of China
        by Zhaoyuan Xu, Jianwu He, Shantong LI

      • The impacts of Carbon Tax on Chinese Economy: Based on a dynamic CGE Model
        by Qing-Hua Bi

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Environmental IO models 3
      Chair: Bin Su

      • Aggregation Issues in Environmental Input-Output Modeling and Analysis
        by Bin SU, Beng Wah Ang

      • Change in the pattern of household expenditure due to removing energy subsidy on emission
        by Narges Moradkhani, Ahmad Khodaverdi

      • Comparing national Material and Land Footprints in a global perspective
        by Stefan Giljum, Martin Bruckner, Barbara Lugschitz, Stephan Lutter

      • The impact of houshold behavior on GHG and SO2 emissions in a regional economy: A case of study for Aragon (Spain)
        by REBAHI SOFIANE, Rosa DUARTE, Julio Sánchez Chóliz

      • Tourist profiles and atmospheric emissions in Spain
        by Andre Carrascal, Manuel FERNANDEZ-GRELA, Xesús Pereira

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 3
      Chair: Vidas Lekavičius

      • How Far is an Input-Output Production System from Perfect Industrial Symbiosis?
        by Devrim Murat YAZAN, Vito Albino

      • Impacts of China’s energy conservation policy on Japan-China Trade: Spatial analysis based on a re-constructed Japan-China multi-regional input-output model
        by Zhao Zhao, Minjun Shi, Xin ZHOU

      • Input-Output Analysis of the Structural Transformations in the Lithuanian Energy Sector
        by Vidas LEKAVICIUS, Arvydas Galinis, Vaclovas Miškinis

      • Regional input-output modeling for policy analysis: The case of agro-food sector in border regions of Germany, Greece and Czech Republic
        by Efstratios Loizou, Antoaneta Golemanova Kuhar, Aleš Kuhar, Vilém Semerák

      • Structural Analysis of Industry and Services Emphasizing on Production Services and New Economy: The Experience of Iran and other Selected Countries
        by Seyed Iman Azad, Najmeh al sadat Azad, Ali A. Banouei, Majid Rahmanifirouzjaei

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Productivity and efficiency analysis 1
      Chair: Martin Lábaj

      • A Study on the Relationship between Productivity and Remuneration Ratio in Guangdong Province
        by Jianwen Yuan

      • Labor Productivity Changes and Wages: The Case of Slovakia
        by Martin Lábaj, Mikulas Luptacik

      • Measurement of employment inducement coefficients: methodology and empirical result for Japan 1995-2005
        by Akiko NAKAJIMA

      • On Concepts and Measures of Changes in Productivity --- A reformulation
        by Ariel Luis Wirkierman, Nadia Garbellini

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Impact Analysis 1
      Chair: Ling Yang

      • Dynamics in Keysector-Analysis
        by Antonio F. AMORES

      • INTERSECTORAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM IN THE STATE OF SERGIPE: AN INTER-REGIONAL APPROACH
        by Luiz Carlos Santana Ribeiro, Glaucia Possas

      • Liberalizing the Philippine Mining Industry: A CGE approach into analyzing its sectoral impacts on the economy
        by Jesus Carlos Exequiel Domingo Castillo, Krista Danielle Sy Yu

      • Linkage and vertical integration of the indian economy with special reference to service industry
        by Probir Karar

      • Measuring the Sectoral Employment Effects of Changes in Final Demand in Turkey
        by Senay SARAC, Necla AYAS

      • The Role of Households in Sustaining China's Economy 1997-2007, A Structural Path Analysis
        by Ling YANG

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Regional input-output modeling 1
      Chair: Leonardo Javier Mastronardi

      • Demography and Economy: how they interact in Portuguese peripheral regions
        by Pedro N. RAMOS, Eduardo Barata, Luís Cruz, Joao P FERREIRA, Ana Lucia Marto Sargento

      • MODELLING OF THE INFLUENCE OF ENERGY-SAVING TECHNOLOGIES ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE UKRAINIAN INDUSTRIAL REGION
        by Ganna Makarkina, Tamara Merkulova

      • An interregional input output model for Buenos Aires
        by Leonardo Javier MASTRONARDI, Carlos Adrian Romero

      • Construction of regional input-output tables using non-survey methods: CHARM and the FLQ
        by Anthony T. FLEGG, Timo TOHMO

      • Level and Structure of Producer’s Service of Various Region of China and Its Influence
        by Shantong LI, Jianwu HE, Sanmang Wu

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: Theoretical backbone of multisectoral impact analysis: General equilibrium, Classical long run or alternative (Keynesian) theories?
      Chair: Geoff Hewings

      • Round Table with Peter McGregor, Jan Oosterhaven, Alejandro Cardenete, Kurt Kratena and Christian Lager
        by Christian Lager

  • 19:30 - 21:00, Council meeting (invitation only)

Wed, 27/Jun/2012

  • 09:00 - 10:30, Parallel Session 4

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: CGE and econometric input-output modelling 4
      Chair: Leonardo Javier Mastronardi

      • CGE Analysis of Yangtze River Delta in China
        by Hiroshi Sakamoto, Jin FAN

      • Deregulation in energy prices in China: A CGE Analysis
        by K. Ali AKKEMIK, Jia Li

      • Impacts of controlling energy consumption quota on regional development in China-A simulation based on a multi-regional CGE model
        by Minjun Shi, Na Li

      • Welfare effects in a regional economy: The case of Buenos Aires using a CGE approach
        by Leonardo Javier MASTRONARDI

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 4
      Chair: Maaike Corinne Bouwmeester

      • Assessing Water Consumption of Industrial Sectors in Iran, Using Input Output Technique
        by Mohammadgholi Yousefi, Mojtaba Esfandiari Kaloukan, Zahra Zakeri

      • Employment elasticities, multipliers and key sectors in Portugal: an input-output approach
        by João Carlos Lopes

      • European food security; the role of foreign natural resources and imported intermediate inputs in European agriculture
        by Maaike C. BOUWMEESTER

      • Sectoral Growth and Poverty Alleviation under Alternative Market Regimes: a Social Accounting Matrix Approach for India
        by Basanta K Pradhan, Amarendra Sahoo

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Environmental IO models 4
      Chair: Harry C. Wilting

      • Demand decomposition and input-output subsystems analysis of Philippine industrial carbon dioxide emissions
        by Rachel C. REYES

      • Fostering a low carbon economy with carbon pricing revenues: growth and employment impacts of directed technological change
        by Christian Lutz, Ulrike Lehr, Kirsten S. WIEBE

      • Global Integration and Carbon metabolisms in the EU: A 2-regional Input-Output Framework
        by Amarendra Sahoo, Reinout Heijungs, Arjan de Koning

      • Input-output-based allocation of energy-related GHG emissions by end use
        by Harry C. WILTING

      • IO-Multiobjective model to assess economy-energy-environment interactions in the Brazilian economic system
        by Ariovaldo Lopes de Carvalho, Carlos Henggeler Antunes, Fausto Freire

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Special session on regional impact analysis
      Chair: Oliver Fritz

      • On the Misuse and Miscalculation of Multipliers, the Inconsistency of Gross Output, and Other Matters That Perplex the Conscientious Regional Economic Impact Assessor
        by Michael L LAHR

      • The Regional Economic Consequences of the Upcoming Crisis: Simulations using Sindelar 10, a Spatial CGE-Model for Austria
        by Oliver M. Fritz

      • VALIDATING POLICY INDUCED ECONOMIC CHANGE USING SEQUENTIAL GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM SAMs
        by Manuel A. CARDENETE, CARMEN LIMA, Ferran Sancho

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Structural change, SDA and dynamics
      Chair: Quanrun Chen

      • Growth of Information Sector in Indian Economy during the Reform Period
        by Shikhanwita Roy, Debesh Chakraborty

      • Structural decomposition analyses: the differences between applying the semi-closed and the open input-output model
        by Quanrun Chen, Erik DIETZENBACHER, Bart LOS

      • STRUCTURAL DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS IN THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY: AN INPUT-OUTPUT APPROACH
        by Thiago Moraes Moreira, Luiz Carlos Santana Ribeiro

      • STRUCTURAL DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS OF THE SOURCES OF GROWTH OF FOOD GRAINS IN INDIA DURING THE FIRST DECADE OF LIBERALIZATION (1993-94 TO 2003-04)
        by Agnirup Sarkar, Partha Pratim Ghosh

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Structural change and dynamics 2
      Chair: KETAKI NITIN ABHYANKAR

      • Academicians' uclad
        by Nickolay A. PECHERSKIKH, Svetlana Pavlovna Pecherskikh

      • Forecast of Russian Economy Development in 2012 – 2014 Using the Dynamic Input –Output Model
        by Alexander O. BARANOV, Tatiana O. TAGAEVA

      • MONEY AND FINANCE IN AN INPUT-OUTPUT FRAMEWORK: A SURVEY
        by Ketaki Nitin Abhyankar

      • Technological Aspects of Brazilian Industry Structure: A Structural Analysis through Triangularization of Input-Output Matrices of 1996-2005
        by Bruno Rodrigues Pinheiro

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Physical and hybrid input-output tables 2
      Chair: Kazuyo Matsubae

      • Development of Integrated Phosphorus Cycle Input Output Model and Its Applications
        by Kazuyo MATSUBAE, Jun Kajiyama, Kenichi NAKAJIMA, Keisuke NANSAI

      • EVOLUTION OF THE 'ANALYSIS OF INPUT/OUTPUT IN PHYSICAL UNITS.
        by Pasqua L'Abbate

      • MFA and waste accounts in physical supply-use tables
        by Jannick Schmidt, Stefano MERCIAI

      • The role of different factors in changes in energy consumption in Iran during 1988–2001: An input–output analysis
        by Ramezan Hosseinzadeh, Nooraddin SHARIFY

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: MRIO-showcase III: The role of MRIO in policy
      Chair: Manfred Lenzen

      • Policy discussions using Inter-country Input-Output system
        by Norihiko YAMANO

      • Quo Vadis MRIO? - Wrap-up of MRIO Showcase Session
        by Thomas O. WIEDMANN

      • Compilation and application of IDE-JETRO’s international Input-output tables
        by Bo MENG, Satoshi INOMATA, Yaxiong ZHANG

  • 10:30 - 11:00, Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30, Parallel sessions 5

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Special WIOD-session 2: Methods and Concepts
      Chair: Bart Los

      • Double-Counting in Computations of Factor Contents of Trade
        by Bart LOS, Erik DIETZENBACHER

      • Trade in value added and the value added in trade
        by Robert STEHRER

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Environmental IO models 5
      Chair: Matias Jose Piaggio

      • Economic structure and Greenhouse gases emission Key sectors analysis for Uruguay
        by Matías Piaggio

      • ENVIRONMENTAL INPUT-OUTPUT MODELING OF THE PRICING WITHIN NONLINEAR INTERSECTORAL LINKS
        by Andrii Verstiak, Mariia Grygorkiv, Vasyl Grygorkiv

      • Indirect Pollution Haven Hypothesis in a context of Global Value Chain
        by Luis A. LOPEZ, Maria Angeles Cadarso, Nuria Gomez, Maria A. Tobarra-Gomez

      • Input-Output Scenario Analysis – Using constraint optimisation to integrate dynamic model outputs
        by Thomas O. WIEDMANN, Arne GESCHKE, Manfred LENZEN

      • Isolating economies. Is trade a large CO2 driver?
        by Sergio ALVAREZ, John Barrett, Anne OWEN, Agustín Rubio

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 5
      Chair: Susana Santos

      • Assessing the economic and environment impacts of mitigating water consumption and pollution strategies with an input-output model in Beijing, China
        by Xiuli LIU

      • Income sources and income inequality – a SAM analysis
        by Utz Peter Reich

      • Is the Implementation of the Industrial Revitalization Planning One of the Crucial Factors to Lead to Famine of Peasant Workers in China?
        by Jin FAN

      • The Impact of Export Earning Falls on the Growth of Other Sectors in Iranian Economy
        by Mohammadgholi Yousefi, Mojtaba Esfandiari Kaloukan, Zahra Zakeri

      • The policy decision process in a SAM (Social Accounting Matrix) framework.
        by Susana Santos

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Impact analysis 2
      Chair: Gulay Gunluk-Senesen

      • A Study of Chinese Industry Sector Influence Based on SAM Multiplier Model
        by Ying Gao, Shantong LI

      • Economic Impact ov Civil Aviation in the United States
        by Thea Christine Graham

      • Evaluation of the tourism activity effects in Andalusia. An application of the Andalusian official SAM (MCSAN05)
        by Laura Moniche, Mercedes Cerquella, Barbara Diaz

      • Input-Output Multiplier Analysis for Major Industries in the Philippines
        by Madeline Dumaua Cabauatan

      • The Construction Sector in Turkey: A Structural Path Analysis of the Employment and Import Linkages
        by Gulay GUNLUK-SENESEN, Tolga Kaya, Umit Senesen

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Methodological aspects of input-output analysis 1
      Chair: Josef Richter

      • Chance Constrained Programming and Its Application to Input-Output Analysis
        by Felipe F. P. Souza

      • Incorporating inter-industry linkages in ecological inference: recovering disaggregated data by entropy econometrics
        by Esteban Fernandez Vazquez, ROSA BERNARDINI PAPALIA, Esteban FERNANDEZ-VAZQUEZ

      • On the tectonics of the empirical basis of input-output analysis
        by Josef Richter

      • REPOSITIONING AND RE-CONCEPTUALIZING ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NIGERIA- AN INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS
        by Joshua Temitope Adekeye, FUNSHO OMOJUYIGBE

      • Structural Inflation and Input-Output Analysis
        by Takashi YAGI

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: International Trade 2
      Chair: Rajas Kamalakar Parchure

      • FACTOR CONTENT OF INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE IN LEONTIEF-LEAMER-TREFLER FRAMEWORKS
        by Paramita DASGUPTA, Debesh Chakraborty, Arpita Ghose

      • How to Estimate the Value-added Generated by International trade: based on a Two-country IRIO model
        by Kunfu ZHU, Xikang Chen, Cuihong YANG

      • Regionalisation of Trade and Development: A Study in the Input-Output Framework
        by Pran Krishna Pal, Adrija Pal, Dipti Prakas Pal

      • GROWTH, DISTRIBUTION AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN CAPITAL GOODS
        by Rajas Kamalakar Parchure, Ujwala Sakharam Kamble, Rajas Kamalakar Parchure

      • The Globalisation Effects on the Trade Flows: Czech Experience
        by Marek Rojicek

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Regional input-output modeling 2
      Chair: Petr Musil

      • Non-survey Method for Estimating a Multi-regional Input-Output Model in China
        by Nobuhiro Okamoto

      • Overcoming the Difficulties of Developing and Transferring an Input-Output Model for Electricity Consumption Forecasts to the Users
        by Paulo de Tarso Gaeta Paixao, Ricardo Buratini, Joaquim J.M. GUILHOTO

      • Specialization and its changes in Chinese Provinces: Is the international integration still matters?
        by Xuemei Jiang, Yonghua Zhang

      • The analysis of the redistributive effects of tourism on a regional economy
        by Elisabeth Valle, Clemente Andrés Polo

      • Regional price differences and their impact on regional macro-aggregates
        by Petr Musil, Jana Kramulova, Jaroslav Sixta

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: Sustainable production and consumption 1
      Chair: Evelien Dils

      • Factors Decomposition of Household Consumption on Agricultural Products in China: an Output Approach
        by Xiaohui YUAN, Jin FAN, Wan Xing, Binjian Yan

      • Income-based responsibility
        by Alexandra Penedo de Sousa Marques, Tiago Domingos, Joao Rodrigues

      • Sustainable production and consumption of food in Flanders
        by Evelien Dils, Theo Geerken, Ann Van der Linden, An VERCALSTEREN

  • 12:30 - 14:00, Lunch

  • 14:00 - 15:30, Parallel sessions 6

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Special WIOD-session 3: Economic Effects of Globalization
      Chair: Bart Los

      • HOV with technology and consumption dissimilarity
        by Robert STEHRER, Neil Foster

      • Intra- and interregional multipliers in a global production
        by Robert STEHRER

      • Regional Employment Patterns in a Globalizing World: A Tale of Four Italies
        by Bart LOS, Luca CHERUBINI

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Environmental IO models 6
      Chair: Pablo Ruiz-Napoles

      • Economic Development and Sustainable Use of Ground Water in India
        by Mahua Dutta, Shri Prakash, Shalini Singh Sharma

      • Shared responsibility of CO2 emissions from trade and international freight transport
        by Maria A. Tobarra-Gomez, Maria Angeles Cadarso, Nuria Gomez, Luis A. LOPEZ

      • Solid waste generation and management in Nigeria: - An environmental input-output modelling approach
        by Joshua Temitope Adekeye

      • TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE FOR GHG EMISSIONS REDUCTION IN AN INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL FOR MEXICO
        by Pablo RUIZ NAPOLES

      • Which model for measuring aggregate change should be used in structural decomposition analysis?
        by Paul de Boer

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 6
      Chair: Lyubov Strizhkova

      • A Study of the relationship between economic growth and Oil sector in the Iranian Economy
        by Amin Homaei, Fatemeh BAZZAZAN

      • A three-block Input-Output model in scenario forecasting and administrative policy providing (practice, problems, hypothesis)
        by Liubov Strizhkova

      • Impact of world industrial price reduction on industrial trade balance of Iran
        by Mohammad Hssanzadeh, Vahid Faaliyat, Zahra Zakeri

      • Pathology of Sugar Industry in Iran and Its' relationship to Economic Key Sectors
        by eiman cheratian, Zahra Zakeri

      • ‘Product’ & ‘Factor’ revaluations in Seton-Leontief Type models: Illustrations from Indian Institutional sectors
        by Deepika Chawla, Pradeep Apte

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Methodological aspects of input-output analysis 2
      Chair: Tiago Camarinha Lopes

      • A Bayesian Approach to Conflicting Input-Output Data
        by Joao Rodrigues

      • Global updating of supply-use tables with parameter calibration of estimation errors
        by Manuel FERNANDEZ-GRELA, Melchor Fernandez, Xesús Pereira

      • Income Distribution and Reproduction Price in Sraffa: An Analysis for the Brazilian Economy
        by Bruno Rodrigues Pinheiro

      • Theory of Programming and Political Economy: an alternative introduction based on Sraffa, Leontief and Lange
        by Tiago Camarinha Lopes, Henrique Dantas Neder

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Input-Output accounts and statistics 2
      Chair: Larisa Victorovna Melnikova

      • Features of Russian Input-Output Accounts Reconstruction in NACE/CPA
        by Elena Alekseevna Staritsyna, Eduard Filaretovich Baranov, Igor Alexandrovich Kim

      • How to forecast the future input-output table? -An approach based on historical table series
        by Wen Long, Huiwen Wang

      • MATRIX ADJUSTMENT WITH BOTH POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ENTRIES: FROM GRAS TO GCE
        by Esteban Fernandez Vazquez, Esteban FERNANDEZ-VAZQUEZ

      • The need for lifelong learning in a flexible labour market. The case of Romania
        by Andreea Claudia Serban

      • Urgent problems of constructing supply-use tables and their use in forecast calculations
        by Larisa Victorovna Melnikova, Yuri Semyonovich Ershov, Naimdjon Mulaboyevich Ibragimov, Victor Ivanovich Suslov

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Regional input-output modeling 3
      Chair: Alsu Sayapova

      • Analysis and criticism on determination of key sectors in regional input-output table generated by location quotient method (The Case study: Yazd Province)
        by Majid Dehghanizadeh, Saeed Dehghan Khavari

      • Analysis of External Linkage in Asian International Input-Output Table
        by TOSHIAKI HASEGAWA

      • Inter-industrial relations and regional employment development in Germany
        by Julia Kowalewski

      • Energy Consumption Disparity in China 1987-2007: An Interregional Decomposition Analysis
        by Haiyan Zhang

      • Estimating of stochasticity of technological coefficients in Russian Input-Output tables
        by Alsu SAYAPOVA, Rustam Ishbulatov

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Special session on Economic Dominance Theory
      Chair: Roland Lantner

      • Economic dominance theory (Roland Lantner, Didier Lebert, Jérôme Gallo and Fabrice Lequeux)
        by Christian Lager

  • 15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break

  • 16:00 - 18:00, Parallel sessions 7

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: CGE and econometric input-output modeling 3
      Chair: Maria Teresa Alvarez-Martinez

      • Changes in the Russian Economy Structure and Productivity: a Role of Inter-branch Competition
        by Vadim M. GILMUNDINOV

      • Impacts of Oil Price Shocks on Iranian Economy (CGE Approach)
        by Maryam Soleymani Movahed, Fatemeh BAZZAZAN

      • South Africa and the global economic crisis: Assessing the effects using a static CGE model
        by Sherwin Gabriel

      • Technological change and agriculture: looking for a win-win water policy
        by Maria Llop, Xavier Ponce-Alifonso

      • The effects of reductions in social security contributions of employers in Spain during the Great Recession
        by Maria Teresa ALVAREZ-MARTINEZ, Clemente Andrés Polo

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Environmental IO models 7
      Chair: Taku Ishiro

      • Interregional Water Footprint Analysis between Japan and China
        by Taku ISHIRO

      • Monetary input-output tables and physical balances
        by Stefano MERCIAI

      • Stepping into Water Crisis: analysing the driving forces of China’s water resources exhaustion
        by Dabo Guan, Klaus HUBACEK

      • Water pollution in India: An Input-Output Analysis
        by Kakali MUKHOPADHYAY, Debesh Chakraborty

      • Water use, income generation and the Verdoorn’s law: a dynamic input-output framework to assess water productivity. An application to Castile and León Region (Spain)
        by Carlos Dionisio Pérez Blanco, Thomas A. Thaler

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 7
      Chair: Anke Michaela Mönnig

      • Impact of Inflation and Interest Rate on Growth of Indian Economy: A Study in Input- Output Framework
        by Shri PRAKASH

      • The Debt Crisis as an Input-Output problem
        by Antonio F. AMORES

      • The use of the Australian Input-Output tables for policy purposes
        by Gregory Max Legoff, Gregory Legoff

      • Trade and Qualification - Linking Trade Flows to Qualification Needs by using the dynamic inter-industry Model INFORGE
        by Anke M. MOENNIG

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Productivity and efficiency analysis 2
      Chair: Astra Auzina

      • Eco-Efficiency and Eco-Productivity change over time in a multisectoral economic system
        by Bernhard Mahlberg, Mikulas Luptacik

      • IMPACT OF STRUCTURAL CHANGES AND SHARP ECONOMIC GROWTH ON LABOUR DEMAND AND PRODUCTIVITY IN LATVIA
        by Astra Auzina-Emsina

      • Measurement of Process and Product Innovations in the LCD TVs in Japan
        by Kazuhiko NISHIMURA

      • Variations in Energy Productivity in the Industrial Sector of Iran
        by Vahid Taghinezhad Omran, Nooraddin SHARIFY

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Input-Output economics and industrial ecology - LCA analysis 1
      Chair: Xin Li

      • Assessing the degree of “Isolation” of the Regenerative Economy
        by Aleix ALTIMIRAS-MARTIN

      • Challenges faced when energy meets water: water implications of power generation in the northern regions of China
        by Xin Li, Kuishuang Feng, Klaus HUBACEK, Yim Ling Siu

      • Change in carbon responsibility for Tokyo from 1990 to 2005: evidence from carbon accounting using inter-regional input-output environmental model
        by Shinji Kaneko, Masaru Ichihashi

      • Regional Inequality and CO2 Emissions in China: a consumption based MIRO approach
        by Kuishuang Feng, Klaus HUBACEK, Laixiang Sun

      • The impacts of environmental tax on production and consumption of goods in the Spanish economy
        by Eskinder Demisse Gemechu, Maria José Amores Barrero, Isabela Butnar, Francesc Castells, Maria Llop

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Vertical specialization and outsourcing 1
      Chair: Gerardo Fujii-Gambero

      • Exports as an Engine of Economic Growth: A Comparative Analysis by mean IOA between China and Mexico
        by Wilmar Ascarraga

      • International Economic Interdependence and Global Value Chains: An International Input-Output Analysis
        by Bo MENG, Norihiko YAMANO, Fang Yong

      • The Analysis of China’s Lower Manufacture Value Added Ratio with High Foreign Intermediate Goods
        by Yang Liu, Jin FAN

      • PRODUCTIVE DISARTICULATION AND DOMESTIC VALUE ADDED CONTENT IN MANUFACTURING EXPORTS. THE MEXICAN CASE
        by Gerardo Fujii-Gambero, Wilmar Ascarraga, Rosario CERVANTES

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Regional Input-Output Modelling 4
      Chair: MARIA PEMPETZOGLOU

      • Regional Empirical Input Output Model - Structural Analysis of West Bengal Economy
        by Anindita Sengupta, Panchanan Das

      • The input-output table for the Alentejo Region in Portugal
        by Elsa Cristina Vaz, José Madeira Belbute, António Bento Caleiro, Ana Teresa Eduardo, Gertrudes Saude Guerreiro

      • On the Construction of Regional Input-Output Tables with Imported Products inside the Transactions Matrix
        by Tobias Heinrich Kronenberg, Johannes TÖBBEN

      • Regional optimization of air pollution in Greece via input-output analysis
        by MARIA PEMPETZOGLOU, DIMITRIOS HRISTU-VARSAKELIS, STELLA KARAGIANNI, Athanasios Sfetsos

      • THE ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE STATE OF SERGIPE IN 2006: A CONTRIBUTION BY THE INPUT-OUTPUT MATRIX
        by Luiz Carlos Santana Ribeiro, Anderson Pereira Viana Leite, Camilla Petrelli Corrêa de Almeida

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: Vertical specialization and outsourcing 2
      Chair: Rita Cappariello

      • Domestic value added content of exports: a cross-country comparison for the major European economies
        by Rita Cappariello

      • Energy Consumption Coefficient Comparison of Outsourcing to China
        by Cuihong YANG, Erik DIETZENBACHER

      • Identifying vertical specialisation via trade in value added
        by Paul J J Veenendaal, Arjan M. Lejour, Hugo A. Rojas-Romagosa

  • 18:00 - 19:30, ESR meeting (invitation only)

Thu, 28/Jun/2012

  • 09:00 - 10:30, Parallel sessions 8

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Environmental IO models 8
      Chair: Maksud Bekchanov

      • China's Industry Potential across region for Carbon Emission Reduction based on optimal 2007 MRIO model
        by Xue Fu, Klaus HUBACEK, Kazushige Shimpo, Yaxiong ZHANG

      • Environmental stochastic input-output model and its deterministic equivalent
        by Ruslan Biloskurskyy, Vasyl Grygorkiv

      • Growth of a Service Economy and the Global Warming
        by Shigemi Kagawa, Keisuke NANSAI, Shunsuke Okamoto, Sangwon SUH

      • Virtual water concept for economic and ecological restructuring: evidence from Uzbekistan, Central Asia
        by Maksud Bekchanov, Anik Bhaduri, Manfred LENZEN

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Input-output analysis for policy making 8
      Chair: Anke Michaela Mönnig

      • Analysis of Leading industries and competitive industries in Region economics of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei—— Based on Multi-Regional input-output model for Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei
        by Bin Wang

      • Development Level, Structure, and Impact of Agribusiness in the Yangtze River Delta(YRD) region :An International Comparison Based on Input-Output Approach
        by Tong Zhao, Jin FAN

      • Eastern Cape automotive sector analysis: an economic model for policy and investment development
        by Kambale Kavese

      • Product Tax Modelling - using the dynamic inter-industry Model INFORGE
        by Anke M. MOENNIG

      • The Forecast of China’s Population Structure Based on Demographic Input-Output Model
        by Hui LI, Xikang Chen

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Productivity and efficiency analysis 3
      Chair: Shri Prakash

      • Analysis of R&D Spillovers in the Ukrainian Economy
        by Oleksandr Chebanov

      • Offshoring, Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Productivity
        by Bernhard MICHEL

      • Output Effect of Efficiency of Indian Stock Market in Indian Economy-A Study in Programming-Input-Output Frame-work
        by Shri Prakash, MANJU LAMBA, GOKULANANDA PATEL

      • The Determinants of Labour Productivity in the Greek Economy
        by Maria Markaki, Athena Belegri-Roboli

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Methodological aspects of input-output analysis 3
      Chair: Panayotis G. Michaelides

      • A non-linear Leontief type input-output model
        by Panayotis G. Michaelides, Athena Belegri-Roboli, Maria Markaki

      • Choice of units in input-output analysis for applications in industrial ecology
        by Jan WEINZETTEL, Richard WOOD

      • Political Economy Interests in The Kern of Input-Output Analysis
        by Nickolay A. PECHERSKIKH

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Special session on rent in IO models
      Chair: Albert Steenge

      • Rents in an input-output model with substitution between primary factors and factor markets (= CGE model?)
        by Kurt KRATENA

      • Scarcity rents and backstop technologies in exhaustible resources modeling
        by Albert E. STEENGE

      • The Concept of Factor Prices in Multisectoral Models
        by Christian Lager

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Input-Output accounts and statistics 3
      Chair: Ning Kang

      • A SAM for Brazil in 2009 - Methodology and Estimation
        by Rodrigo Emmanuel Santana Borges

      • Income Mobility or Consumption Mobility: Dynamic Social Welfare in Rural China
        by Binjian Yan, Yingheng Zhou

      • Statistical experience in compiling the input-output tables (IOT) based on the Chilean National Accounts 2008 Benchmark Compilation
        by Simon Alejandro Guerrero Hurtado

      • The compilation of the import matrices: Estonian experience
        by Iljen DEDEGKAJEVA

      • The Input-Output Statement Real-Time Tabulation Method and the Scientific Basis for the Modern Enterprise Management System
        by Ning KANG

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Structural change and dynamics 3
      Chair: Ariel Luis Wirkierman

      • Computable Production Prices with Fixed Capital as a Joint Product and Technical Progress --- A simple case
        by Ariel Luis Wirkierman

      • PRODUCTIVE STRUCTURE AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION ON THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY: APPLYING THE INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL TO THE 2004-2008 CYCLE
        by Pedro Quaresma de Araujo

      • Sources of Growth and Structural Change in Input Output System in India: Estimating Temporal Leontief Inverse
        by Panchanan Das, Anindita Sengupta

      • Turnpike Optimality in Environment-Input-Output System: Analysis on the Adjustment Potential of China’s Industry Structure for Carbon Emission Reduction
        by Xue Fu, Klaus HUBACEK, Bo Meng

  • 10:30 - 11:00, Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30, Leontief Award, Keynote lecture II
    , AULA

  • 12:30 - 14:00, Lunch

  • 14:00 - 18:00, Excursion

  • 18:00 - 19:00, Concert

  • 19:00 - 20:30, Conference Dinner

Fri, 29/Jun/2012

  • 09:00 - 10:30, General Assembly
    , AULA

  • 10:30 - 11:00, Coffee break

  • 11:00 - 12:30, Parallel sessions 9

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Special WIOD-session 5: Geographical Issues in International Trade
      Chair: Bart Los

      • Constructing a consistent and balanced world SUT system including international trade- and transport margins -Wither Panama
        by Robert STEHRER, Gerhard Streicher

      • Distance-Based Measures of Globalization in a World with Fragmented Production
        by Bart LOS, Umed Temurshoev

      • Worldwide economic effects of changes in international trade due to natural disasters: the case of Japan earthquake and tsunami (2011)
        by Iñaki Arto, Valeria Andreoni, José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: World input-output modeling and databases
      Chair: Manfred Lenzen

      • A framework for classification of assumptions and uncertainties in EE-MRIO calculations
        by Anne OWEN

      • Overview of the Eora World MRIO Project
        by Daniel Moran, Arne GESCHKE

      • The role of regional disaggregation and scarcity weighting in the analysis of global virtual water flows
        by Manfred LENZEN, Maksud Bekchanov, Anik Bhaduri, Arne GESCHKE, Keiichiro Kanemoto, Daniel Moran

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Compilation and use of the BRICs International Input-Output Table
      Chair: Satoshi Inomata

      • The BRICs International Input-Output Table: An introduction
        by Satoshi INOMATA, Bo MENG

      • The Regional Economic Structure of Brazil in 1959: An Overview Based on an Inter-State Input-Output System
        by Joaquim J.M. GUILHOTO, Gustavo Barros

      • Russian Input-Output Survey for Compilation Benchmark Input-Output Tables for 2011: the Experience and the First Results
        by Natalia Ustinova

      • China’s Regional Economies and Domestic Trade in Value Added: An Interregional Input-Output Analysis
        by Bo MENG, Jiemin GUO, Yaxiong ZHANG

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Input-Output analysis of disasters 2
      Chair: Wei Xie

      • An evaluation of the indirect economic loss from a hypothetical catastrophe based on input-output analysis
        by Wei Xie, Ning Li, Shantong LI, Jidong Wu

      • Integrated Stochastic Inventory and Input-Output Models for Enhancing Disaster Preparedness of Disrupted Interdependent Sectors
        by Joanna Zomil Resurreccion, Joost Reyes Santos

      • Sectors reconstruction simulation of Wenchuan earthquake in China based on input-output model
        by Ning Li, Jidong Wu, Wei Xie

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Econometric IO models
      Chair: Christoph Hammer

      • Bayesian Estimation of Input-Output Tables for Russia
        by Oleg LUGOVOY, Andrey POLBIN, Vladimir POTASHNIKOV

      • Determining Employment in the latest Austrian INFORUM Model
        by Christoph Hammer

      • Medium Term Growth prospects for the Turkish Economy: Simulations with the Model Turina
        by Hüseyin Gazi Özhan

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Environmental IO models 9
      Chair: Evelien Dils

      • Assessing the environmental impact of the food production chain from a Flemish perspective
        by Evelien Dils, Theo Geerken, Ann Van der Linden, An VERCALSTEREN

      • Construction of a Multi-Regional Waste Input-Output Table
        by Makiko TSUKUI, Ryoji Hasegawa, Shigemi Kagawa, Yasushi KONDO

      • The global climate impact of Swedish consumption: an input–output analysis time series of CO2e emissions from 1993 to 2005
        by Mårten Berglund

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: Structural change and dynamics 4
      Chair: Xiaolin Lu

      • Regional economic structure and structural change for the Chinese economy: An input-output analysis
        by Xuemei Jiang, Yonghua Zhang

      • Specifying the Sources of Output Growth in Iran with Emphasis on Agricultural Sub-Sectors: An Input-Output Approach
        by Vahideh Ansari, Habibollah Salami

      • Structural changes arising from the loan agreement for the Greek economy
        by Charalampos ECONOMIDIS, Manolis Bousounis

      • New Application of RAS Structural Decomposition Approach in the Regional Economies of China, 2002-2007
        by Xiaolin Lu, Xu Jian

  • 12:30 - 14:00, Lunch

  • 14:00 - 15:30, Parallel sessions 10

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Input-Output analysis of disasters 2
      Chair: Takatoshi Watanabe

      • Evaluation of Supply Restriction due to a Huge Disaster
        by Takatoshi WATANABE, Kiyoshi FUJIKAWA, Mitsuru Shimoda, Zuoyi YE

      • Interregional economic impact analysis of the Wenchuan earthquake, China
        by Jidong Wu

      • Regional Macroeconomic loss Estimation of Earthquake: An Integrated Methodology – A Case Study of Tehran
        by Iman Rahimi Aloughareh, Mohsen Ghafory Ashtiany, Kiarash Nassersasdi

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Input-Output accounts and statistics 4
      Chair: Reiner Staeglin

      • Development of environmentally extended I-O tables for CHG emissions in Australia
        by Shuo Manson Hao, Andrew Cadogan-Cowper, Nathan Chia, Gregory Legoff, Kuru Mahadeva

      • Goods Markets Input-Output Modeling in Open Economy of Ukraine
        by Yuliya Kiriyenko

      • Gross Domestic Product of the Czech Republic in 1970 – 1990
        by Jaroslav Sixta, Jakub Fischer

      • Input-Output Table for Germany in 1936 as New Benchmark for Economic Historical Analysis
        by Reiner Staeglin, Rainer Fremdling

      • Research on input-output coefficients variability and its influential factors: an empirical analysis based on input-output table of China
        by Xu Jian, Jing He, Xiaolin Lu

      • Research on the Economic Impacts of Railway Industry in China Based on Input-Output Analysis
        by Xuemei Li, Jun Yan

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Environmental IO models 10
      Chair: Shigemi Kagawa

      • Block structural path analysis in a multiregional input-output system: An environmental application to Asia Pacific region
        by Hiroaki Shirakawa, Xin ZHOU

      • Dynamic Waste Input-Output Analysis of Durable Goods: A Case Study of the Automobile Use
        by Shigemi Kagawa, Yasushi KONDO, Kazuyo MATSUBAE, Tetsuya Nagasaka, Shinichiro Nakamura

      • Economy-wide Impacts of consumer responses to environmental information disclosure in Tokyo and the other parts of Japan
        by Masaru Ichihashi

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: Productivity and efficiency analysis 4
      Chair: Karolien Lenaerts

      • Horizontal or Backward? FDI Spillovers, Input-Output Tables, and Industry Aggregation
        by Karolien Lenaerts, Bruno Merlevede

      • Productivity of the Brazilian Economy Though the Input-Output Matrices: an analysis from the Perron-Frobenius Theorem
        by Magila Souza Santos, Bruno Rodrigues Pinheiro

      • SOURCES OF THE SECTORAL GROWTH IN TURKISH ECONOMY
        by Necla Ayas

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Input-Output economics and industrial ecology - LCA analysis 2
      Chair: Keiichiro Asakura

      • Economic, Environmental and Energy Analysis on Future Energy Production Technology: Solar Power Satellite
        by Keiichiro ASAKURA, Satoshi NAKANO

      • Path-based Matrix Decomposition Analysis: Theory and Application
        by Yasushi KONDO, Shigemi Kagawa, Keisuke NANSAI

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Satellite accounts: tourism, sports and environment
      Chair: Kristyna Vltavska

      • Sport Satellite Account in the Czech Republic
        by Kristyna Vltavska, Jaroslav Sixta

      • The ignored role of investment in the allocation of environmental responsibilities: the case of tourism industry.
        by Maria Angeles Cadarso, Nuria Gomez, Luis A. LOPEZ, Maria A. Tobarra-Gomez

      • Transport Satellite Accounts: Opportunities and Challenges
        by Jari Kauppila

      • Using Input/ output extensions for analysing the economic impact of tourism at a regional level: The development of regional TSA in Spain
        by Agustin Cañada, Isabel Toledo

      • Versus the first Italian Tourism Satellite Accounts: the production approach
        by Sandra Maresca, Massimo Anzalone, Ilaria Piscitelli

    • Location: C1-07
      Topic: International Trade 3
      Chair: Fatemeh Bazzazan

      • A Ricardian Model of Multicountry Multicommodity Trade
        by Rajas Kamalakar Parchure, Nasim Fathi

      • Bilateral trade between India and Sri Lanka - does factor content of trade matter?
        by Chandrima Sikdar, Debesh Chakraborty

      • Calculation of the carbon content for border tax adjustment: An application of a re-constructed Japan-China multi-regional input-output model
        by Xin ZHOU, Minjun Shi, Zhao Zhao

      • Factor Proportions and Trade in Iran
        by Fatemeh BAZZAZAN

      • Has Gravity lost its pull: Why Augmented Gravity Trade Model fails to predict Intra-industry trade exchanges?
        by SAEED QADIR

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: Sustainable production and consumption 2
      Chair: João Pedro Ferreira

      • Analysis of low carbon production chains towards modified forward coefficient
        by Yan XIA

      • Assessing changes in inter-municipality commuting: The Portuguese case
        by Joao P FERREIRA, Luís Cruz, Pedro N. RAMOS

      • Optimization of Material Flows and Resource Productivity - An Input-Output analysis
        by PITAN SAMUEL

      • Understanding Beijing’s water crisis: changes in water footprint of Beijing 1997-2007
        by Zhuoying ZHANG, Minjun Shi, Hong Yang

  • 15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break

  • 16:00 - 18:00, Parallel sessions 11

    • Location: B1-06
      Topic: Prices in IO models
      Chair: Nooraddin Sharify

      • A Comparative Analysis of the Pass-Through Impact of Oil Prices on an Oil-Exporter and an Oil-Importer
        by Masaaki KUBONIWA

      • A Modification in the Input-Output Price Model to Analyse the Effect of Exchange Rate Variation on Prices Indices
        by Nooraddin SHARIFY

      • An Approach to Measure the Effect of Invisible Subsidy Elimination on Prices Indices: An extension of Input-Output Price Model
        by Nooraddin SHARIFY

      • Natural vs Market Prices: Comparison on Japan for 50 years
        by Akiko NAKAJIMA

    • Location: B1-07
      Topic: Environmental IO models 11
      Chair: Jing Li

      • A Multi-objective Input-Output linear programming model for environmental and energy policy analysis
        by José Ramón San Cristóbal

      • Identifying Environmentally-Important Industrial Clusters Using Multi-way Clustering Method
        by Yuko Oshita, Shigemi Kagawa, Keisuke NANSAI

      • Impact of Sino-Japan trade on Energy use and CO2 emission —Application of Sino-Japan international input-output table
        by Yuwan DUAN, Cuihong YANG, Kunfu ZHU

      • Framework for hybrid life-cycle inventory databases: a case study on the Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES) database
        by Sangwon SUH

      • METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR LIFE-CYCLE-ANALYSIS USING INPUT-OUTPUT-TABLES
        by Timo Eickelkamp, Hermann-Josef Wagner

      • Waste input-output model at substance level
        by Jing LI, Shaoan Huang, Chen LIN

    • Location: B1-08
      Topic: Impact Analysis 3
      Chair: John Paolo Rosales Rivera

      • Assessing the Economic Contribution of “Sin” Industries to the Philippine Economy: The Dilemma between Macroeconomic Growth and Microeconomic Welfare
        by John Paolo Rosales Rivera, Paolo Ocampo Reyes

      • How ageing affects Chinese Economic growth and structure: An integrated framework of dynamic input-output model
        by Hongxia ZHANG, Geoffrey J.D. HEWINGS

      • Impact Assessment of European Funds in Andalusia 2000-2006 using the Social Accounting Matrix 2005
        by María C. Delgado, Manuel A. CARDENETE

    • Location: B1-09
      Topic: International Input-Output and Supply-Use models
      Chair: Mitsuo Yamada

      • Estimating consistent Physical Supply-Use Tables (PSUTs) considering data uncertainties
        by Guillermo Hernandez Rodriguez, Antoine Beylot, villeneuve jacques

      • Hybrid Interregional Input-Output Construction Methods: Applied to the Seven Region Spanish Input-Output Table
        by Fernando Escobedo-Cardeñoso, Jan OOSTERHAVEN

      • Input-Output Analysis of the Interdependence between Japan and China through Japanese Overseas Production
        by Mitsuo YAMADA

      • Measuring the EU value added embodied in EU foreign exports by a consolidation of 27 national supply and use tables for 2000-2007
        by Maaike C. BOUWMEESTER, Jan OOSTERHAVEN, José M. RUEDA-CANTUCHE

    • Location: B1-10
      Topic: Methodological aspects of input-output analysis 4
      Chair: Ferran Sancho

      • Deconstructing Pyatt’s Apportioning Procedure. A real case scenario: the official Andalusian SAM.(MCSAN-05)
        by Laura Moniche, Barbara Diaz

      • Intertemporal structural change of policy variable for USA economy
        by Rosita PRETAROLI, Maurizio Ciaschini, Claudio SOCCI

      • IO Economic model of a business. Application to a company of the tourist sector
        by Casiano Manrique

      • Supply –Driven I-O Model :Distribution Coefficient Approach
        by Dipti Prakas Pal

      • An operational, nonlinear input-output system
        by Ferran Sancho

    • Location: C1-06
      Topic: Input-output and the network theory 
      Chair: Nadia Garbellini

      • A Study on Measurement of Industry Linkage Effect——based on industry complex network
        by Bing-Xin Zhao, Guo-Qing Chen, Jiang-Hua Zhang

      • An extension of Multilevel Indicators: Study of backward and forward linkages
        by Ana Salomé García Muñiz

      • Community Detection Algorithms and Clustering of Input-Output Linkages — Analysis of their interconnections
        by Nadia Garbellini

      • Principles and promise of network theory and its application to EIOA and related industrial ecology tools
        by Reinout Heijungs

      • Research on Dynamic Price Model Based on Transmission Delay-- taking the petroleum price fluctuation for example
        by yifang liu, YUE WANG

    • Location: C1-08
      Topic: Regional input-output modeling 5
      Chair: Bo Meng

      • Scenario analysis for Territorial attractiveness and mobility flows
        by Bjarne Madsen, Jie Zhang

      • Cross-regional spillover of economic growth: The territorial impact of global manufacturing in China
        by Satoshi INOMATA, Bo MENG

      • Construction of Regional Input-Output Table
        by Fatemeh BAZZAZAN, Ali A. Banouei, Mehdi Karami


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