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|Title:||Regional Trade Flows and Input-Output Data for Europe|
|Authors:||IVANOVA OLGA; KANCS D'ARTIS; THISSEN MARK|
|Abstract:||The Regional Trade Flows and Input output Data for Europe are constructed at the regional level (NUTS2) with sectoral detail (NACE2) and developed for being used in spatial macroeconomic modelling and social-economic analysis for answering a wide-range of policy questions, including policies related to investments in innovation, human capital, green infrastructure and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Regional Trade Flows and Input output Data for Europe are particularly well suited for structural modelling such as spatial computable general equilibrium models, as data are fully internally consistent. In the Regional Trade Flows and Input output Data all European regions are connected with each other via inter-regional trade flows, input use and output supply in form of regional trade matrices, input output tables and supply-use tables. This data base is result of a joint collaborative effort over a decade of several research institutes across Europe, including the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), the European Commission (DG JRC) and the University of Groningen. Work on the Regional Trade Flows and Input output Data for Europe started more than a decade ago with Ivanova, Kancs and Stelder (2009) and continued with Thissen et al. (2014), Thissen et al. (2018) and Ivanova, Kancs and Thissen (2019). Among others, the new EU Economic Modelling System (EU-EMS) developed within the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation makes use of the Regional Trade Flows and Input output Data for Europe.|
|JRC Directorate:||Joint Research Centre Corporate Activities|
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