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Accessibility matrix (in network analysis) Agglomeration economies Average propensity to consume Balance of payments Benchmark region Bestpractice rule/method [for adjusting technical I/O coefficients over time] Beta index (in network analysis) Central Place Theory Closed I/O Model (Davis, p.59) CMSA Coefficient of localization Coefficient of specialization Cohort vs. life stage Cohort survival analysis Column vector Compositional structure Composition effect (shift and share analysis) Consumption function Diameter of a network Differential effect (shift and share analysis) Distance elasticity of demand Diversification (Regional diversification) Economic impact analysis Elasticity of demand Endogenous variable Engel's law or Engel's curve Exogenous variable Externalities, external economies (such as agglomeration economies) Fertility rates: General, agespecific, total etc.) [as different from ("raw") birth rates] Focal region Forward & backward linkages Functional region

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"Income created per dollor of local consumption sales" ("icles") Income elasticity of demand Induced effects (as different from "indirect" effects) Leontief inverse / Leontief coefficients Localization coefficient Localization economies Location quotient Marginal propensity to consume Matrix, matrix multiplication Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Multipliers Nodal region Nodes Output Multiplier (as different from Income Multiplier) PMSA Population pyramid Price elasticity of demand Primary, secondary, tertiary activities Probability Production function Propensity to consume locally Quaternary activities Quinary activities Reaction coefficient Regional coefficients (as different from "technical" coefficients) Regional economic development Row vector Shift & share analysis Spatial demand function/ or curve Spatial differentation Technical coefficients Transition (probability) matrix Type I and II Multipliers Type A and B Multipliers Uniform (or homogenous) region 
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