Measuring Rural-Urban Economic Linkages in the Monroe Louisiana Trading Area Through a Multiregional Input-Output Model (October 1996)

Hughes David, Litz, Vaneska N.  |  3/11/2005 10:41:15 PM

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This study integrates regional economic theory with empirical analysis through the construction of an interregional core-periphery input-output (I-O) model of the 10- parish Monroe, Louisiana, Functional Economic Area economy. The model is used to estimate trade relationships and resulting economic linkages between the core and periphery economies. (PDF format only)
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