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Input Output Analysis

Developed by Nobel Laureate Wassily Leontief, Input Output Analysis (IOA) is a technique that shows the interdependencies between different branches of the economy in a matrix and how they interact with each other. It is possible to disaggregate the GNP into smaller units and sectors, each with their own primary and secondary inputs. The data can be mapped in an input-output-table (IOT) and it can be used to analyze the transformation of certain economic measures and how it impacts others, e.g. the employment numbers and how to determine the necessary jobs to cover demand for capital and consumer goods. The aim of IOA is to measure the impact of economic impacts of events in a given region, as well as public investments or programs. It is also used to see how certain industries within a cluster would increase regional coherence.

Systematic regional economic effects

Analysis of Regional Business

Understanding Regional Development

In a globalized world, regional economies have taken on important roles. There are increasingly more challenges for regional actors who are developing and implementing regional and operational management strategies. CONOSCOPE supports local decision-makers with impact and vulnerability studies of programs to develop modern and innovative business environments and advises them on the development of innovation and support strategies. We have many years of expertise in the analysis and design of technology and innovation support in Europe and Latin America. In particular, large relocations and large companies coming to the area have shown positive regional economic impact. In addition to the direct employees, there are other employment and income effects, increasing value added and finally image effects as the region becomes more successful. CONOSCOPE has developed a scientific method set to quantify the regional economic effects, thereby helping businesses and politicians put their best foot forward.

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