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The regression results for 30 economic sectors are shown in Table 6. It can be observed that the goodness of fit R 2 for most sectors is greater than 0. The R 2 value for the textile sector exceeds 0. The balance error in the table is caused mainly by the balance error in the provincial IO tables and the gap between total inflows and outflows at the provincial level.

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It can be observed that the proportions of other sectors' input relative to the total intermediate input for each sector are similar in the two tables. The structure of intermediate use, final use, exports, imports, and output is critical for the quality of the MRIO table. The largest proportion of imports for intermediate use is The intermediate use and final use exclude imports, so the summation of intermediate use, final use, and exports is equal to the total output.

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Hulu, E. Urban Reg. Jackson, R. Alternative input-output matrix updating formulations. Download references. All authors Z. Article metrics. Advanced search. Skip to main content. Subjects Developing world Economics. Abstract Multi-regional input-output MRIO models are one of the most widely used approaches to analyse the economic interdependence between different regions. Table 1: Final use for 30 Chinese regions in in billion Chinese Yuan. Full size table. Table 2: Value added for 30 Chinese regions in in billion Chinese Yuan.

Table 3: Exports and imports for 30 Chinese regions in in billion Chinese Yuan. Figure 1: The inter-sector input-output structure among 30 Chinese economic sectors. Full size image. Table 5: The structure of the Chinese multi-regional input-output table.

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