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Towards a Tenable Concept of ‘Warranted Supply’

  • Francis Seton

Abstract

Among the comprehensive portrayals of economic structure, the integrated tableaux économiques that have engaged the attention of economists in recent decades, the most outstanding is undoubtedly Leontief’s input-output table, both for its eloquence and rigour and its fecundity as a tool of economic analysis. Some of its statistical robustness, veracity, and adequacy may have been called into question in various contexts, but it is still a conceptual template which, consciously or unconsciously, underlies much of macroeconomic thinking, whether of an abstract or policy-oriented kind.

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Final Output Production Sector Final Demand League Table Final Supply 
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© András Simonovits and Albert E. Steenge 1997

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  • Francis Seton

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