Journal of Transportation and Logistics (TRANSLOG)

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The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the significance of constructing the interregional input-output table for analyzing the linkage between regional economies of Thailand. Obviously, Thailand's economy is not homogenous internally, presenting variations across sectors and regions. Thus, the economic impact of economic policies will vary across different regions. Firstly, the history of input-output table development is briefly explained. Then, various kinds of non-survey and partial survey methodologies that have been used to compile the input-output table are overviewed. The potential way and available data that can be used to construct the interregional input-output table for Thailand are subsequently described. Finally, the paper concludes with the recent examples of developments in the construction of an interregional inputoutput matrix for Thailand and its application to investigate the economic impacts of transportation and logistic investments.



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