Table of contents for Wassily Leontief and input-output economics / edited by Erik Dietzenbacher and Michael L. Lahr.

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Part 1. Reflections on Input-Output Economics: 1. A portrait of the master as a young man Paul A. Samuelson
2. Leontief's 'Magnificent Machine' and other contributions to applied economics Karen R. Polenske
3. International trade: evolution in the thought and analysis of Wassily Leontief Faye Duchin
4. Leontief and the future of the world economy Emilio Fontela
5. Leontief's input-output table and the French development plan Henri Aujac
6. Experiences with input-output and isomorphic analytical tools in spatial economics Jean H. P. Paelinck
7. Leontief and dynamic regional models William H. Miernyk
8. Leontief and Schumpeter: a joint heritage with surprises Andrew Brody and Anne P. Carter
9. Some highlights in the life of Wassily Leontief - an interview with Estelle and Wassily Leontief Christian de Bresson. Part II. Perspectives of Input-Output Economics: 10. A neoclassical analysis of TFP using input-output prices Thijs ten Raa
11. What has happened to the Leontief paradox? Edward N. Wolff
12. The decline in labor compensation's share of GDP: a structural decomposition analysis for the US, 1982-1997 Erik Kietzenbacher, Michael L. Lahr and Bart Los
13. An oligopoly model in a Leontief framework Robert E. Kuenne
14. Economies of plant-scale and structural change Iwao Okaki
15. Technological change and capital accumulation in Japan Masahiro Kuroda and Koji Nomura
16. Japan's economic growth and policy making in the context of input-output models Shuntaro Shishido
17. Contributions of input-output analysis to the understanding of technological change: the information sector in the United States Lawrence R. Klein, Vijaya Duggal and Cynthia Saltzman
18. Can investment change trade patterns? An application of dynamic input-output models linked by international trade to an Italian policy question Clopper Almon and Maurizio Grassini
19. Social cost in the Leontief framework: conceptual foundation of allocation and pricing Albert E. Steenge.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Leontief, Wassily W, , 1906-Economics United States History 20th century, Economists United States Biography, Mathematical economics History, Business cycles Mathematical models History, Input-output analysis