An open access forum to multi-regional input-output (MRIO) data, focussing on environmental footprints. Results include total environmental pressure including environmental impacts; intensity of environmental pressure per unit economic output; multipliers of environmental pressure per unit economic final demand; footprints of final demand. All results are reported at a common classification to facilitate comparison.
EXIOBASE is a global, detailed Multi-regional Environmentally Extended Supply and Use / Input Output (MR EE SUT/IOT) database. It was developed by harmonizing and detailing SUT for a large number of countries, estimating emissions and resource extractions by industry, linking the country EE SUT via trade to an MR EE SUT, and producing an MR EE IOT from this. The international input-output table that can be used for the analysis of the environmental impacts associated with the final consumption of product groups.
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World Input-Output Tables and underlying data, covering 43 countries, and a model for the rest of the world for the period 2000-2014. Data for 56 sectors are classified according to the International Standard Industrial Classification revision 4 (ISIC Rev. 4). The tables adhere to the 2008 version of the SNA.
World Input-Output Tables and underlying data, covering 40 countries, and a model for the rest of the world for the period 1995-2011. Data for 35 sectors are classified according to the International Standard Industrial Classification revision 3 (ISIC Rev. 3). The tables adhere to the 1993 version of the SNA.
Python tool for MRIO analysis
An investigation of European Union footprint at the sub-national level. Regional footprints reported for five environmental indicators and seven consumption categories.
The Eora multi-region input-output table (MRIO) database provides a time series of high resolution IO tables with matching environmental and social satellite accounts for 187 countries (to 190 in some datasets).
Can we make our work simpler for new people by starting to move towards a standardised nomenclature for referring to variables?
Attached is an editable document that we could work on (perhaps improve the format as well?) to suggest principle and alternative nomenclature in our community.