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Economic multipliers for Alberta industries and commodities

(based on 1984 input-output tables)

by Alberta. Bureau of Statistics

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Published by Alberta Bureau of Statistics, Alberta Treasury in Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries,
  • Commerce,
  • Statistics,
  • Multiplier (Economics),
  • Economic conditions

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHC117.A3 E23 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 48 p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25905458M
    OCLC/WorldCa28377696

    Alberta Economic Forecast. The Conference Board of Canada’s Economic Trends Division is recognized worldwide for its expertise in economic forecasting, modelling and analysis. We have produced accurate economic forecasts for more than 25 years. Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the relationship between the agricultural sector and the rest of the national economy. GAO was asked to provide information on: (1) federal tax revenues generated by federal agricultural program expenditures; and (2) the multiplier effect of the agricultural sector on the national was unable to determine a specific .

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Economic multipliers for Alberta industries and commodities by Alberta. Bureau of Statistics Download PDF EPUB FB2

This publication presents economic multipliers and supply ratios for the Alberta economy calculated using the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance Input-Output (I/O) Model.

Information is provided for both the “Open” (direct and indirect impacts) and “Closed” (direct, indirect and induced impacts) models specific to various industries and.

i Alberta Economic Multipliers This publication presents economic multipliers and supply ratios for the Alberta economy calculated using the Alberta Treasury Board and Finance Input-Output (I/O) Model. Information is provided for both the Open (direct and indirect impacts) and Closed (direct, indirect and induced impacts) forms of the File Size: 1MB.

Alberta's economy is the sum of all economic activity in Alberta, Canada's fourth largest province by a's GDP in was CDN$ billion. Although Alberta has a presence in many industries such as agriculture, forestry, education, tourism, finance, and manufacturing, the politics and culture of the province have been closely tied to the production of fossil energy.

Agricultural trade multipliers provide estimates of employment and/or output effects of trade in farm and food products on the U.S.

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Everyone, especially economic development workers, likes to show that the new firm being recruited or the existing industry being expanded will have large spin­off effects (i.e., high multipliers). Multipliers usually range between and and vary by the amount of economic activity within anFile Size: 2MB.

Economic multipliers are most commonly used to estimate the economic impacts associated with establishing a new firm in a particular industry or with the expansion, contraction or closure of existing firms. When estimating economic impacts, it is preferable to use multipliers to make relative, rather than absolute, comparisons.

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On Thursday Octo the Government of Alberta created the Ministry for Economic Development and Trade. The new ministry will bring together the efforts of several departments in order to advance diversification and investment readiness of Alberta’s : Court Ellingson.

“As the economy continues to thrive across the majority of key industries, Alberta will remain at the top-end of Canada’s economic growth rankings this year.” Economic growth in the province in was per cent followed by per cent last year.

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Citation: Kulshreshtha S, Paterson B, Hart D, Nicol L () Irrigation’s Impact on Economic Growth in Alberta, Canada. Irrigat Drainage Sys Eng 5: doi: / Using and Abusing Multipliers Economic multipliers are extremely simple and convenient tools for calculating the total economic impact of an activity from the known data on direct jobs, income, output, etc., involved in that activity.

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Forestry Prices Global Financial Data. This link opens in a new window University of Alberta Libraries - University of Alberta. – Direct economic impacts from soybean farming, crushing and oil refining. – Indirect impacts to upstream industries, including farm inputs like seed and equipment.

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