The inoperability extended multisectoral model and the Role of Income Distribution: A U.K. Case Study
In this paper, an effort is made to enrich the current input–output (I–O) methodologies employed for studying disruptive events, by extending the I–O framework and including all the phases of the circular flow of income into the overall disaster impact. In this respect, the Inoperability Extended Mu...
El Meligi, Andrea Karim
Ali Khan, Yousaf
|Place of publication:||
HOBOKEN WILEY 01.09.2019
|published in:||The Review of income and wealth Vol. 65; no. 3; pp. 617 - 631|
|Data of publication:||September 2019|
The authors gratefully thank the anonymous referees and editor D. S. Prasada Rao for criticisms and suggestions, which led to significant improvements of the paper.
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||Web of Knowledge
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