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    sdm commented,

    One more question on GDP. Glossary "Deflators are used by the software whenever the Event Year is set to a year that differs from the model data year. The Output Deflator converts the Industry Sal...

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    GDP Link

    Could you send me the GDP deflator values for the 2012 model and/or the link to the forecast data at IMPLAN uses at the BLS. Thank you

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    Changing Employee Compensation

    I was supplied excellent employee wage and benefit information. With this information I changed employee compensation in the model. I locked the intermediates. I rebuilt with the SAM model all st...

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    sdm commented,

    So what your are saying is go ahead and run it with the burden, give the impact the benefit of the doubt, since there is a difference, but then only show the direct component of the wage in the dir...

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    sdm commented,

    I have a similar issue: The customer is only providing the number of employees for a sector and the wages, not total compensation. But, they actually want to see their wage number in the direct em...

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    sdm commented,

    That is a good article but it does not tell us how to use IMPLAN in the process. I will post a process on mooredatallc.com that I think represents best practice. I believe from an impact standpoin...

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    sdm commented,

    So one needs to be focused on the employment income and the flow of where the consumer spends their money during the shutdown. This is about 80 percent of spending (not 1/2 like I stated) and I agr...

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    sdm commented,

    Thank you. About 1/2 is employment. On the balance of federal spending would it be best to adjust per the federal operating budget spending pattern or other appropriate fed spending patterns based ...

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    Gov't Shutdown

    The federal demand in SC is about $16.2B., about 1/2 is military wages. In a "technical" shut down is it this demand that goes away? Clearly the time assumption is critical here; will it be short ...

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    sdm commented,

    OK. The assumption is that if we do not add additional labor (for that two week period), that the current labor force within those impacted industries make up the difference in productively, or in ...