Pre-processing and basic analytical tasks related to working with Eurostat's symmetric input-output tables and provide basic input-output economics calculations. The package is a part of rOpenGov <http://ropengov.github.io/> for open source open government initiatives.
The iotables import function help downloading and pre-processing the Eurostat symmetric input-output tables and related tables.
iotable_get returns a single table.
employment_get downloads the employment data and processes
it to a conforming form.
These are various helper functions for accessing parts of the symmetric
input-output tables and joining them correctly.
conforming_vector_create is a helper function taht creates
a named vector that conforms with the analytical objects, such as the
use table, the Leontieff-matrix, etc.
household_column_get returns the final household
total_tax_add adds taxes to an input-output table.
input_flow_get returns the use (input flow) matrix.
input_indicator_create The function creates the input indicators from the inputs and
direct_effects_create for direct effects.
coefficient_matrix_create The coefficient matrix is
related by default to output, but you can change this to total supply
or other total aggregate if it exists in the data table.
input_multipliers_create is a function to create input
multipliers (for direct and indirect economic effects.)
backward_linkages creates the vector of industry
(product) backward linkages in a wide
data.frame class, following the column names of the Leontieff
forward_linkages creates the vector of industry
(product) forward linkages in a
long-form data.frame, containing the metadata column of the the row
names from the
Data files that contain descriptive metadata for a correct reproduction of the symmetric input-output tables. The analytical functions use matrix equations that require a precise column and row order for each table.
Data files that replicate published input-output tables with analysis. These files are used to validate the correct working of the analytical functions.
These are Croatia's symmetric input-output tables for the year 2010, when the country was not yet an EU member state.