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    Small Indirect and Induced Effects

    I'm running a model of tourist spending. I enter, for example, hotel spending as industry output. I get the expected large direct effect ($1.16 million) for that sector but the secondary effects ar...

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    oamorgan commented,

    Thank you. I appreciate your response. 

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    Commodity Output or Industry Output

    Hello,   If I'm modeling a tourism event and we know spending on restaurants, hotels, gasoline, entertainment - should these be modeled as commodity output or industry output?  Thanks.  

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    Aggregating Results

    Hi, I'd like to input data using the 440 sector model, but then aggregate results at the NAICS 2-digit level for ease of presentation (rather than showing results for 440 sectors). Can this be don...

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    oamorgan commented,

    Thank you. That's great. One follow up, if I use employee compensation, does IMPLAN take out income tax?

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    Measuring Impacts of Industrial Park

    I am hoping to estimate the impacts of the presence of an industrial park, containing a number of businesses. I have data on each firm's aggregate salaries and number of employees. Is it best to me...

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    Salary changes as inputs

    I have data on a few firms and their annual salaries. What do I use to enter these salaries as inputs, by sector? It seems labor income changes are not inputted by sector and I need to do that. Tha...

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    Aggregating Input Sectors

    Hi, I see how to view the results by 2-digit NAICS code but can I input an event data at that level of aggregation too? That is, if I have a number for new construction spending, can I just enter ...