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Empirical Approaches About the Input-Output Model for the Local Economic Development: Case Study in Braila Municipality

Matei, Ani (2007): Empirical Approaches About the Input-Output Model for the Local Economic Development: Case Study in Braila Municipality. Published in: International Journal of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe No. 1 (15. June 2007): pp. 39-49.

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Abstract

The paper aims to approach, in an empirical way, the issue of local economic development, using the input-output model.

Complementary to other ways of approaching the local economic development, the input-output model offers an integrated overview of the influence and impact held by moreover complex requirements of local communities on global production, which represents the result of various activities, services or local industries.

The example, described and analysed in details for Braila Municipality is oriented towards the development of public utility services, considered as major vectors of the social comfort, imposed by local communities' development in consensus with European standards.

In this context, this empirical analysis refers especially to the multiplying effects of some activities or services within local economic development, as well as studies of impact and forecast on short or medium term.

The study that we have developed by means of the current paper may be extended on condition of existence of more relevant and comprehensive data

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