|aAsian international input-output table|b[資料庫]|fInstitute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization.|h2000|isector classification
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|aThe input-output (I-O) table is a statistical table developed by American economist Wassily Leontief. The table records the flows of goods and services using the transaction values between industries. It shows for each industry what kinds of products are purchased with what amount as inputs to produce its output (the column perspective), or to which industries / Final Demand sectors the product is supplied for further use (the row perspective). The type of analysis based on the I-O table is called input-output analyses.