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  • Production function question

    In considering an industry's production function versus value added coefficients coefficients, are interest payments on loans (say to a bank) allocated to a finance industry in the production funct...

  • Creating a new sector in IMPLAN

    Is there an online tutorial for creating a new sector in IMPLAN? Basically, I am splitting the fruit sector into an apple sector and an all-other fruit sector, customized with primary data collecte...

  • Default Aggregation Schemes in IMPLAN

    Is there a file somewhere that shows how the 2-Dig and 3-Dig NAICS aggregation schemes are organized by IMPLAN industry? I'm trying to look at what sectors are in various aggregate sectors and don'...

  • Generation and Interpretation of IMPLANs Tax Repot

    Questions on “Generation and Interpretation of IMPLAN’s Tax Impact Report”: Under “Example Analysis” (page 5): 1. You state that adding 10 jobs to sector 371 yielded a total of $1.05 million...

  • IMPLAN 536 to NAICS

    Is there a mapping out for the new 536 Implan sectors to naics codes? like you had for the previous version 440. I'm trying to figure out what is some new food manufacturing sectors. Thanks Todd

  • Multi-Industry Contribution Analysis

    MIG provides a procedure and step by step explanation to conduct a multi-industry contribution analysis. It is very useful. Their example is for all agricultural production industries using 19 sect...

  • ES202 Data - Matching NaicsIndex to Naics Codes

    I recently received the NY STate Package ES202 data file for 2010. I'm trying to match the codes under NaicsIndex in the data file to NaicsCodes. I've looked at the readme and related files that c...

  • RPC look-up

    New Implan user. Been searching in the historical posts, can't seem to find an answer to my simple question. How do i look up what the RPC values are for particular commodities? I am looking at a ...