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shift-share technique of economic analysis

William D Cahill

shift-share technique of economic analysis

an annotated bibliography

by William D Cahill

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Published by Vance Bibliographies in Monticello, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics -- Mathematical models -- Bibliography,
  • Regional planning -- Mathematical models -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title

    StatementWilliam D. Cahill and Kristi Cromwell-Cain
    SeriesPublic administration series : Bibliography -- P-384, Public administration series--bibliography -- P-384
    ContributionsCromwell-Cain, Kristi
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14478575M

    as a tool of economic analysis only oc- curred in when Perloff, Dunn, Lam- pard & Muth published their path-breaking book: "Regions, Resources and Economic Growth". They used the approach as a technique for regional economic inquiry and called it initially: shift-share analysis (SS). 48 For a discussion of some method-. Mathematical analysis of modern economic problems; dynamic input-output system, stability analysis, general equillibrium analysis, optimizing theory including linear and non-linear programming, activity analysis and turnpike theory, and mathematical growth models. Prerequisites: grad st; Econ (P) & (P).

      The paper examines changes in UK regional employment during the period of the New Labour administration, –, with the Blair and Brown administrations considered separately. The paper employs a shift-share analysis of workplace employment data by industry and subregion, using annual data from the UK Labour Force by: 9. The method that used in this research was quantitative descriptive approach with an analysis of Location Quotient, Shift-Share Analysis, and Klassen Typology. The results showed that there were differences in the economic structure after expansion in the District of Pringsewu with dominance in the tertiary sector/services, while the main.

    Port research has been highly interested in identifying the factors of port development and classifying the common patterns among ports. As a result, . What is a shift-share analysis? Determines what portions of regional economic growth or decline can be attributed to national, economic industry, and regional factors. The analysis helps identify industries where a regional economy has competitive advantages over the larger economy.


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Get this from a library. The shift-share technique of economic analysis: an annotated bibliography. [William D Cahill; Kristi Cromwell-Cain].

A shift-share analysis, used in regional science, political economy, and urban studies, determines what portions of regional economic growth or decline can be attributed to national, economic industry, and regional factors. The analysis helps identify industries where a regional economy has competitive advantages over the larger economy.

A shift-share analysis takes the change. Shift share analysis is a useful tool in a real estate market analysis because data is readily available and the technique is fairly simple.

You can get a clear picture of overall national economic growth trends as well as the performance of. Shift‐Share Analysis: A Useful Technique for Regional Economic Analysis Article in New Zealand Geographer 81(1) - 17 May with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The third technique, the economic base technique, projects local economic change by dividing a local economy into basic and nonbasic sectors and by focusing analytic attention on the basic sector.

The fourth technique, the shift-share technique, projects an area's economic activity by relating it to the activity of the state or nation in which. Like many other shift-share technique of economic analysis book tools, the shift-share technique is a descriptive tool that should be used in combination with other analyses help better understand the region's key industries.

Shift-share, and the local share component in particular, can point. Regional Development of Penang: A Shift-Share Approach. Using the Shift-Share model, the economic. The shift-share analysis is a : Hui Nee Au Yong. Would an alternative technique such as shift share analysis provide a better measure of poverty which could lead to a better understanding of poverty.

An application of shift-share model to economic analysis of county. World Journal of Modeling and Simulation, 3(2), – Google Scholar Classic and spatial shift-share analysis of. But shift-share analysis is much older. A quick search on Google Books turns up a bunch of titles from the s and s like “ The Shift-share Technique of Economic Analysis: An Annotated Bibliography ” and “ Dynamic Shift‐Share Analysis “.

Shift-Share analysis, although an essentially non-spatial technique, has used extensively in regional economic analysis (Richardson, a).

A region, in the context of Shift-Share analysis, is simply a component or a segment of a larger whole (e.g. the national economy).Author: Stilianos Alexiadis, Stilianos Kokkidis, Maria Markou.

Downloadable. The shift-share analysis is a widely used decomposition technique in regional studies to quantify an industry-mix effect and a competitive effect on the growth of regional employment (or any other relevant variable) relative to the national average. This technique has always been subject to criticism for its lack of theoretical basis.

What is Shift-Share Analysis 1. An evaluation technique that explores the relationship of local economic changes to the state and/or national economy; used to identify leading and lagging industries within the local economy Learn more in: GIS: Changing the.

Downloadable. Shift-share analysis is a method of decomposing regional income or employment growth patterns into expected (share) and differential (shift) components. Since its inception in the s, over seventy academic contributions have criticized, defended, and extended the original concept.

These contributions are summarized, and research needs for the future are identified. @article{osti_, title = {Shift-share analysis revisited: the allocation effect and the stability of regional structure}, author = {Herzog, Jr., H.

and Olsen, R. J.}, abstractNote = {This paper examines the Esteban-Marquillas reformulation of the ''classical'' shift-share equation. The revised equation is used to decompose sectoral employment growth between and into four. Shift-share Analysis Descriptive technique for analyzing sources of change in the regional economy by looking at the national share, industry mix, and regional shift.

- A ways to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of a region's industries and Provides a picture of how well a region's mix of industries is performing. developments. By "input-output analysis" I mean the latter two of these three types of input-output work, and it is to them that this paper is devoted.

It seems to me that the most fruitful areas to concentrate on for a review of input-output analysis are these: the theoretical position of input-output, the analytical implications of the data Cited by: economic impact using Input-Output’s Multiplier Product Matrix (MPM) model; and 5) Valida-tion of the identified clusters through economic impact analysis.

The appendix is organized into six sections. The first section describes the data sources used in the analysis. The remaining five sections de-scribe the process steps with the final section. Shift-share-analysis: A bibliographic review of technique and applications.

Public Administration Series: Bibliography P - Monticello, IL: Vance : Oliver Farhauer, Alexandra Kröll. Economic Development: An Economic Base Study and Shift Share Analysis of Hays County, Texas”, Dr.

Lay Gibson, emeritus professor at the University of Arizona has performed economic base studies for a majority of Arizona counties and.

That book, by combining a massive data collection and refinement effort with the then emerging shift/share technique of regional science, provided a comprehensive picture and causal examination of variations in U.S.

regional growth patterns between and Author: Roger F Riefler. In this paper, the author reviews the basic form and summarizes the extension of the shift-share analysis (SSA) model committed in previous academic literature. Then, the dynamic analysis technique is introduced into the basic model and the dynamic shift-share analysis (DSSA) model is constructed.

Based on the DSSA model, two indexes, industrial growth structure index and .In economics, an input–output model is a quantitative economic model that represents the interdependencies between different sectors of a national economy or different regional economies.

Wassily Leontief (–) is credited with developing this type of analysis and earned the Nobel Prize in Economics for his development of this model.

It improves on past studies by examining different types of social capital (i.e., trust, group membership, social networks) and substituting the change in competitive-advantage jobs from shift-share analysis for total job growth and other traditional economic development measures of wealth by: 2.