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Publication Detail
Inversion-free Leontief inverse: statistical regularities in input-output analysis from partial information
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Authors:
    Bartolucci S, Caccioli F, Caravelli F, Vivo P
  • Publication date:
    14/09/2020
  • Keywords:
    physics.soc-ph, physics.soc-ph, econ.GN, q-fin.EC, q-fin.GN
  • Notes:
    45 pages, 6 figures. Statement of main theorem clarified. References added, definitions of upstreamness and downstreamness clarified
Abstract
We present a baseline stochastic framework for assessing inter-sectorial relationships in a generic economy. We show that - irrespective of the specific features of the technology matrix for a given country or a particular year - the Leontief multipliers (and any upstreamness/downstreamness indicator computed from the Leontief inverse matrix) follow a universal pattern, which we characterize analytically. We formulate a universal benchmark to assess the structural inter-dependence of sectors in a generic economy. Several empirical results on World Input-Output Database (WIOD, 2013 Release) are presented that corroborate our findings.
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