The semi-input-output method

  • Arie Kuyvenhoven
Part of the Studies in development and planning book series (SDAP, volume 10)


After an explanation of the analytical framework to the semi-input-output method in chapter 3, this chapter goes on to deal with the method itself, of which various aspects are subsequently presented and discussed. An important distinction used by Tinbergen in connection with the semi-input-output method is that between sectors producing national or international goods. The distinction was briefly mentioned in the introductory remarks to section 3.3, but is discussed more fully in the present chapter in section 4.2. In addition, empirical evidence on the relative importance of both types of sectors is presented.


Production Effect Capacity Expansion International Good International Sector Consumption Effect 


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© H. E. Stenfert Kroese B. V. 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • Arie Kuyvenhoven
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  1. 1.Centre for Development PlanningErasmus University RotterdamNetherlands

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