IMPLAN currently has data for 44 countries represented in the OECD database. This includes a U.S. file that is on the same Sectoring scheme as the remainder of the OECD International Data so that comparisons can be made between the U.S. and other regions.
IMPLAN now has data for the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) countries. IMPLAN OECD data covers 44 countries with 48 standard sectors and one added*. The data years vary per data set as the corresponding countries are not required to collect data on a consistent annual basis. The sectoring scheme is based on ISIC (International Standard Industrial Classification) codes.
Comparing U.S. IMPLAN and U.S. Territory Data to IMPLAN OECD Data
|IMPLAN OECD Data||IMPLAN U.S. Data|
|OECD data has a standardized 48 Sectors. IMPLAN OECD includes a 49th Sector to combine Row Adjustments necessary to make Value Added = Gross Domestic Product.||U.S. Data files have 440 Sectors (2007-2012) Adjustments are made in Sectors 433-436.|
|All values unless noted otherwise are in currency units for the nation being modeled.||All currency is USD.|
|OECD sectors "SBFD including Other Adjustments (purchases on the domestic territory by non-residents)" and "Non-comparable imports (cif*/fob** adj. Direct purchases abroad by residents)" were combined to create IMPLAN Industry 49 "Net ROW".|
|OECD factors sectors "Net Taxes on Products" and "Net Taxes on Production" were combined to create the IMPLAN Value Added Taxes on Production and Import.|
|OECD institution NPISH (non-profit industries serving households) has been included as a new household final demand Sector in the IMPLAN OECD data files. This final demand exists in IMPLAN but the BEA did not separate NPISH from other Household final demands as was done in the OECD.|
|There is only one household final demand Sector in the IMPLAN OECD data file.|
|There is only one government administration institution in the IMPLAN OECD data file.|
|Employment numbers in the IMPLAN OECD were created using proxy data and controlled to total National Employment for the year of data.|
|In the IMPLAN OECD data files, Value Added components, Property Income and Other Property Income were combined into Other property Income representing "Operating Surplus" conforming to the data definition in the OECD models. This may lead to smaller induced effects than most users are used to seeing as proprietor income is no longer part of labor income.|
|The OECD file for a given nation will contain an .ODF file and corresponding data year Structural Matrix file***.|
|The SAM reports have been turned off as there only exists enough transfers data in these models to allow the creation of the Type SAM multipliers|
* CIF "Cost, Insurance and Freight" (named port of destination) Seller must pay the costs and freight to bring the goods to the port of destination. However, risk is transferred to the buyer once the goods are loaded on the vessel. Maritime transport only the seller must in addition procure and pay for the insurance.
** FOB "Free on Board" (named port of shipment). This indicates that the seller pays for transportation of goods to the port of shipment, loading cost. The buyer pays cost of marine freight transportation, insurance, uploading and transportation cost from the arrival port to destination. The passing of risk occurs when the goods are on board the vessel.
*** These files are not instantly downloadable, but require a manual download or email delivery method.
OECD Sectoring (49 Industries)
|Agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing||Rubber & plastics products||Motor vehicles, trailers & semi-trailers||Wholesale & retail trade; repairs||Computer & related activities
|Mining and quarrying (energy)||Other non-metallic mineral products||Building & repairing of ships & boats||Hotels & restaurants||Research & Development|
|Mining and quarrying (non-energy)||Iron & steel||Aircraft & spacecraft||Land transport; transport via pipelines||Other Business Activities|
|Food products, beverages and tobacco||Non-ferrous metals||Railroad equipment & transport equip n.e.c.||Water Transport||Public admin. & defense; compulsory social sec.|
|Textiles, textile products, leather and footwear||Fabricated metal products, except machinery & equipment||Manufacturing nec; recycling (include Furniture)||Air transport||Education|
|Wood and products of wood and cork||Machinery & equipment, nec.||Production, collection and distribution of elect||Supporting and auxiliary transport activities||Health & social work|
|Pulp, paper, paper products, printing and publish||Office, accounting & computing machinery||Manufacture of gas; distribution of gaseous fuel||Post & telecommunications||Other community, social & personal services|
|Coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel||Electrical machinery & apparatus, nec||Steam and hot water supply||Finance & Insurance||Private households with employed personas & extra|
|Chemicals excluding pharmaceuticals||Radio, television & communication equipment||Collection, purification and distribution of water||Real Estate Activities||Rest of World (net)|
|Pharmaceuticals||Medical, precision & optical instruments||Construction||Renting of machinery & equipment|
Information on Custom Created International Data
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