Databases are available for the U.S., all 51 states (includes Washington, D.C.), 5 US Island area territories, and all 3,000+ counties in the United States. Over 30,000 zip code level files are available. We also have a number of international data sets. You can view information on data selection on our website.
All IMPLAN datasets come in .ODF format and include a set of national I-O matrices and tables that allow the software to create a complete set of regional social accounts. Each U.S. data file - whether you are working at the zip code, territory, state, or national level - includes economic and demographic variables at a 546* industry/commodity sector level (defined by NAICS). Data variables include employment, income, taxes, and transactions by governments and households.
IMPLAN databases are constructed exclusively by IMPLAN Group LLC. IMPLAN has U.S. data available from 1996 forward. For trade flow estimates, we provide a National Trade Model for 2007 data sets and newer for U.S. states and counties. Previous data years, U.S. territories, and zip code files require use of the econometric RPC trade flows method. National models (U.S. and foreign countries) have foreign imports and exports pre-defined as part of the database.
Additionally, all IMPLAN data sets include the software and data to build complete Regional SAM Multipliers. The software also provides a framework to easily perform impact analysis and creates reports for analyses and virtually all data elements.
For 2007 and later data, Trade Flow data are included with your annual database. The Trade Flow data available for county level and higher data sets provides all the tools necessary to build Multi-Regional I-O (MRIO) models, whether you are looking at flows between counties, between states, or between aggregated model regions.
*Number of sectors depends on the data year. For US files 2013 (and later), data sets are 536 sector; 2007-2012 are 440 sector; 2001-2006 are 509 sector and 1996-2000 are 528 sector.
Updated January 27, 2020
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