"The service they have performed in collecting these pieces in a single volume is substantial. This book is an excellent reference for "outsiders" to learn what has been happening to input-output analysis in the past fifty years and is an ideal starting point for those interested in pursuing any of these topics and pushing the frontiers a little further."--Economic Geography
"The high quality of and diversity of these papers will bring the reader right to the frontier of the enriched literature and provide a broad research agenda for future development of input-output analysis."--Southern Economic Journal
"A convienient overview of the current state of the art for input-output specialists. Well edited, it is also readily accessible to outsiders."--Journal of Economic Literature
"The papers here are all worthy of inclusion in such a volume and each in its own way helps to show that this subject, although rarely at the forefront of economics, is very much alive and well."-- The Economic Journal
About the Author
Ronald E. Miller, Professor of Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania. Karen Polenske, Professor of Regional Political Economy and Planning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Adam Z. Rose, Professor of Mineral Economics, Pennsylvania State University.