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    mrhaynes commented,

    Thank you for this detailed response. I have another question. As I look at the output per worker for the industry, there are basically two values. the first, taken from the study area data, is $22...

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    Hello Maria, Thanks for your response. I just want to make sure I get this right... The client doesn't seem to think the increased crops will be imported. So, I plan to incorporate the first approa...

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    Sorry, one more question: Regarding your suggestion to "assume a different Output per worker, and recalculate Employment impacts based on Output divided by your assumed Output per worker". - is tha...

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    Thank you for the guidance. I will talk to the client and see which method you've suggested seems most appropriate and go from there. In response to your question... yes we are using an industry sp...

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    Hello again, We have now completed our analysis and the multipliers ended up being a bit more reasonable, ranging from 5-9, depending on the biofuel type and the study area. However, the client sti...

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    Yes, we are doing ABP with a labor income event. Glad to hear that the results are not highly unusual. I will make the adjustments I talked about (re: proprietor income) and otherwise, we'll contin...

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    Hi again, I just realized that one of the reasons my labor income multipliers are so out-of-whack is because I didn't include proprietor income in my direct effects, only employee compensation. How...

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    mrhaynes commented,

    Thanks for your quick response.  Here are my answers to your questions: 1. Yes, we adjusted the spending patterns to the SAM value. 2. In the largest study area (all provinces combined) employment ...

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    Canadian biofuels model

    I am working with the 2012 Canadian dataset. The primary study area I am using includes the provinces of AB, BC, MB, ON, QB, and SK. The study I am conducting is measuring the economic impacts of b...

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    mrhaynes commented,

    I think this should bring you to the BEA query where I found the 2018 GRP data:   https://apps.bea.gov/iTable/iTable.cfm?reqid=70&step=30&isuri=1&major_area=5&area=20260&year=-1&tableid=501&categor...