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Table 1 Multi-regional input output tables in Japan

From: Construction of a multi-regional input-output table for Nagoya metropolitan area, Japan

Types of RIO Authors Table name Sectors Estimation of commodity flow
1) Inter-prefectural MRIOT for the specific region within Japan Kansai Institute for Social and Economic Research (2008) 2000 Kansai Interregional IOT 7 prefectures/100 sectors Special survey data on commodity flow (METI)
Asia Pacific Institute of Research (2012) 2005 Kansai Interregional IOT 7 prefectures/104 sectors RAS method with the survey statistics of domestic net freight flows (MLIT) and employees’ commuting flow of the Census (MIC), and others
Tohoku Region Advancement Center (2011) 2005 Tohoku Region MRIOT 6 prefectures/43 sectors Special survey data on commodity flow (METI)
Yamada (2010) 2000 Tokai Region MRIOT 3 prefectures/185 sectors RAS method with the special survey data of commodity flow (METI)
Chubu Regional Institute for Social and Economic Research (2011) 2005 Chubu Region MRIOT 10 prefectures/95 sectors RAS method with the survey statistics of domestic net freight flows (MLIT )
2) Inter-prefectural MRIOT covering Japan overall Ishikawa and Miyagi (2003) 1995 MRIOT for Japan 47 prefectures/45 sectors RAS method with the survey statistics of domestic net freight flows (MLIT )
Hitomi (2008) 2000 MRIOT for Japan 47 prefectures/59 sectors Gravity model using the freight flow data of MLIT and the commodity flow data of METI
Hagiwara (2012) 1990-2000-2005-linked MRIOT 47 prefectures/59 sectors Extended-RAS method with the net freight flow of MLIT, employees’ commuting flow of the Census, and the communication traffic data of MIC
3) Intra-prefectural MRIOT for the specific prefecture Tsubouchi (1991) 1988 multi-regional IOT of Ehime Prefecture 6 areas/50 sectors Special survey data on the commodity flow in Ehime
Takahata (1992) 1985 multi-regional IOT of Hokkaido Prefecture 4 areas/61 sectors Statistics on the freight flow and passenger flow
Yamada (1996) 1985 Mie Prefecture MRIOT 5 areas/84 sectors RAS method with the survey data of freight flows
Ishikawa (2004) 1995 Aichi Prefecture MRIOT 3 areas/46 sectors Location Quotient (LQ) method
Nakano and Nishimura (2007) 2000 MRIOT for Aichi Prefecture 3 areas/46 sectors Gravity model estimated using the commodity flows of METI MRIOT
Nomura et al. (2011) 2000 a MRIOT for Yamaguchi Prefecture 3 areas/104 sectors Location Quotient (LQ) method
Yamada and Owaki (2012), Yamada (2013) 2005 Aichi Prefecture MRIOT 4 areas/186 sectors Gravity-RAS method
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