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Title:The regional impacts of conversion: A multiregional modeling approach
Author(s):Esparza, Adrian
Subject(s):United States - Appropriations and expenditures
Abstract:Governmental spending in the United States is marked by shifts that tend to favor either defense or non-defense programs. Evaluating the impacts of spending changes is vitally important since government expenditures significantly influence regional economic growth and decline. Using a 24 sector, 20 region multiregional input-output model of the United States, this paper identifies the regional, interregional, and sectoral impacts of a reduction in defense spending and an accompanying increase in non-defense spending.
Issue Date:1986
Publisher:Arms Control & Domestic and International Security (ACDIS). University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Citation Info:Esparza, Adrian, "The Regional Impacts of Conversion: A Multiregional Modeling Approach," ACDIS Occasional Paper, Program in Arms Control, Domestic and International Security (ADCIS), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (1986).
Series/Report:ACDIS Occasional Paper
Genre:Working / Discussion Paper
Other Identifier(s):ACDIS ESP: 1.1986
Sponsor:Arms Control & Domestic and International Security (ACDIS)
McArthur Foundation
Rights Information:Copyright 1986 Adrian Esparza
Date Available in IDEALS:2019-07-01

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    A series established in 1978 to disseminate current research and analytical results of faculty, students, and visiting scholars associated with ACDIS.

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