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Development and applications of Full-scale, near real-time multi-regional input–output table for the global emerging economies (EMERGING)


Dabo Guan, Distinguished Professor at Tsinghua University, China, and Chair of Climate Change Economics at the University College London, UK

Professor Dabo Guan is a Distinguished Professor at Tsinghua University, China, and Chair of Climate Change Economics at the University College London, UK. He is the Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences, UK. He specialises in environmental economics for international climate change mitigation, climate change adaptation, scenario analysis on environmental impacts, water resources accounting and management, input-output modelling and their applications in both developed and developing countries. He is the chief expert in coordinating China-EU Flagship Cooperation Programme on Climate Change and Biodiversity. He was a Lead Author for the IPCC AR5. He was the Highly Cited Researcher for 2018-2021, top thousand climate academics (rank 389 in 2020). He has authored over 260+ publications, including 60+ articles published Nature, Nature Research Journals, and PNAS. He received the PNAS Cozzarelli Prize 2014, the Leontief Prize 3 times and the Philip Leverhulme Prize. His paper about climate change impact on beer consumption received the 2018 Altimetric Top 100 award.

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Affluence, equity and degrowth in the context of climate change


Manfred Lenzen, Professor of Sustainability Research with the ISA team in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney

Manfred Lenzen is Professor of Sustainability Research with the ISA team in the School of Physics at the University of Sydney. He has a PhD in Physics and experience in renewable energy technologies, life-cycle assessment, and carbon footprinting. His current research interests focus on the link between environmental/resource impacts and international trade. He currently leads the development of cloud-based collaborative-research platforms for building large-scale global economic-environmental models that enable environmental impact analysis across global supply-chain networks.

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Extending the Scope of Input-Output Models to Address 21st Century Challenges


Faye Duchin, Professor Emeritus of Economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

It is with great pleasure to have Professor Faye Duchin (Professor Emeritus of Economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a previous IIOA President) as our speaker. Faye's talk is titled, "Extending the Scope of Input-Output Models to Address 21st Century Challenges".

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Estimating disguised unemployment by means of non-linear input-output analysis


Pablo R. Liboreiro, Technical University of Madrid

In this Webinar, Pablo will present his Leontief Prize winning research on the application of non-linear input-output analysis to estimate disguised unemployment in less-developed countries. The presentation will reflect the basic ingredients of the model as well as the main estimation results. Likewise, the typical problems that arise in non-linear input-output analysis will be covered and some of the possible future developments.

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BEA’s Supply-Use Framework: Current Research and New Extensions


Thomas Howells, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

In this webinar Tom will provide an overview of BEA’s structure, the role of the supply-use framework as the foundation for many of BEA’s products, and ongoing research building on BEA’s SUTs/IOTs—including work on TiVA statistics, supply chain analysis, and satellite accounts covering the digital economy, marine economy, and commercial space economy.

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Models for Impact Analysis of Disasters: Recent Advances and Future Opportunities


Yasuhide Okuyama, University of Kitakyushu

We are happy to have Yasuhide Okuyama (University of Kitakyushu) as our speaker. His talk will be titled "Models for Impact Analysis of Disasters: Recent Advances and Future Opportunities".

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Modelling 'Sustainable Consumption' Using Global Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis


Richard Wood, Industrial Ecology Programme, NTNU Trondheim

We are happy to have Richard Wood (Industrial Ecology Programme, NTNU Trondheim) as our speaker. His talk is titled "Modelling 'Sustainable Consumption' Using Global Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis".

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Historical Simulations: A CGE Technique for Updating Input-Output Tables and Estimating Technology and Preference Trends


Maureen Rimmer, Victoria University in Melbourne

On February 17, the IIOA organized its first online activity to make up for the fact that the International Input-Output Conference in Malaysia had to be canceled again, due to the Covid19-pandemic. Maureen Rimmer, professor at the Centre of Policy Studies at Victoria University in Melbourne, gave the first webinar. It was titled "Historical Simulations: A CGE Technique for Updating Input-Output Tables and Estimating Technology and Preference Trends".

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