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Input-Output Tables

Input-output tables are used by e.g. Central Government Administration, trade associations, consultancy companies and others as an important part of large macroeconomic and general equilibrium models and also as an independent tool for assessment of the consequences for e.g. employment and CO2-emissions of various changes in final demand.

User Needs

Input-output tables can be regarded as data sets particularly well suited for analyses of detailed economic production and consumption structures. Input-output tables as well as -models are particularly well suited for general assessments of economic political measures, the influence of various industries or groups of industries, the dependence between industries or between industries and final demand etc., including measures of CO2 emissions related to various economic activities. Such calculations are of particular interest to Government administration, ministries, trade associations, consultancy companies, organizations, etc. Moreover, input-output tables are used as the core of large scale macroeconomic and general equilibrium models.

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Data completeness rate

National accounts and input-output tables meet the requirements in the Council Regulation (EU) No 549/2013 of May 21 2013 on the European system of national and regional accounts in the European Union (ESA2010) (OJ L 174 26.06.2013, p. 1).