The following downloads are for the 2018 data. They are not valid for the 536 Sectoring scheme used in datasets from 20132017.
IMPLAN 546 Industries and Commodities

Download 
2017 NAICS to IMPLAN 546 SectorsConvert BEA's 2017 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet. 
Download 
2012 NAICS to IMPLAN 546 SectorsConvert BEA's 2012 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet. 
Download 
Definitions of IMPLAN's 546 Construction SectorsView the breakdown of IMPLAN's construction sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet. 
Download 
536 TO 546 BRIDGEThis bridge allows you to convert from the 536 sectoring scheme (20132017 data years) to the new 546 sectoring scheme. Note that the ratios only work one way: The 536 to 546 bridge is useful for converting 536based sectors to 546based sectors, but is not useful for converting 546based sectors to 536based sectors. In the 536 to 546 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 536 sector should be classified as the corresponding 546 sector. In theory, there could be any number of sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 536based sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 546based sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more sectors than we aggregated. 
Download 
546 TO 536 BRIDGEThis bridge allows you to convert from the 546 sectoring scheme to the old 536 sectoring scheme (20132017 data years) . Note that the ratios only work one way: The 546 to 536 bridge is useful for converting 546based sectors to 536based sectors, but is not useful for converting 536based sectors to 546based sectors. In the 546 to 536 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 546 sector should be classified as the corresponding 536 sector. In theory, there could be any number of sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 546based sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 536based sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more sectors than we aggregated. 
Download 
Written September 5, 2019
Comments
0 comments
Please sign in to leave a comment.