Input‐occupancy‐output models of the non‐competitive type and their application : an examination of the China‐US trade surplus

Lawrence J. LAU, Xikang CHEN, Cuihong YANG, Leonard K CHENG, K. C. FUNG, Yun Wing SUNG, Kunfu ZHU, Jiansuo PEI, Zhipeng TANG

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Abstract

In this paper we construct an extended non‐competitive input‐occupancy‐output model that captures China's processing trade and also develop a methodology to estimate the domestic value‐added and employment generated by each unit of total exports, of exports by sector, and of exports by commodity, respectively. We also prove mathematically that the gross value of exports is equal to the sum of total value added and total imports. Based on the methodology proposed here, we compile the 2002 extended Chinese non‐competitive input‐occupancy‐output table and the United States non‐competitive input‐occupancy‐ output table, and then estimate and analyze the effects of China's exports and US exports on their respective domestic value added and employment.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)35-54
Number of pages21
JournalSocial Sciences in China
Volume31
Issue number1
Early online date10 Feb 2010
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2010
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

This is a translated version of the paper published in Chinese in Social Sciences in China (中国社会科学, 2007, no. 5, pp. 91-103), which has received the “Pei-Kang CHANG Development Economics Award” and “Sun Yefang Economics Award.” Financial support received from Chinese University of Hong Kong and National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 70810107020, 70871108, 60474063).

Keywords

  • non-competitive (import) input-occupancy-output model
  • processing exports
  • non-processing exports
  • domestic value added

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