Definition: Input-output table

ESA 1995

The input-output table is a widely used matrix framework to supply detailed and coherently arranged information on the flow of goods and services and on the structure of production costs. This matrix contains more information than (T-) accounts for goods and services, production and the generation of income; for example, final consumption expenditure is shown by product group or industry of origin and intermediate consumption is shown both by product group or industry of origin and by product group or industry of destination.
Source:
Eurostat, "European System of Accounts - ESA 1995", Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1996
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