This title was first published in 2000: A collection of Ranko Bon's papers on input-output analysis and its applications. The underlying feature of the papers is a focus on the supply-side input-output model, which better predicts the behaviour of mature economic sectors, such as agriculture and mining, than the demand-sided model. The construction sector is especially relevant in the context of economic stability and maturity issues, as it offers an index of economic maturity for entire economies. This is the main theme that evolves through the papers collected in the book.
Table of Contents
PART I SOME THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC STABILITY, PART II EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONS INTO ECONOMIC STABILITY AND THE EMERGING PROBLEM OF ECONOMIC MATURITY, PART III EMPIRICAL STUDIES OF CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AND ECONOMIC MATURITY
RANKO BON Department of Construction Management and Engineering The University of Reading