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The Washington Input-Output Model

The 2012 Washington State Input-Output model is a 52-sector model of the state economy using the North American Industrial Classification System definition of industries. The Model contains six final demand categories and provides estimates of payments of labor income, other value added and purchases by Washington industries from elsewhere in the United States and from foreign countries.

Input-Output Fundamentals PDF - September 22, 2011

2012 Washington State Input-Output Study Summary PDF - May 24, 2022



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