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Export Base Multiplier Relationships
and Exercise

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Export Environments
(e.g.: Aerospace & Software)
Exporting Sectors (Basic) Households Local Sectors (Non-Basic)
Indirect Direct Direct Indirect Basic Hhs Non-Basic Hhs Direct Indirect
Airbus
Domestic & Foreign Air Travel

Political Instabilities

World-Wide Computer Use

Domestic & Foreign Airlines

Pentagon

Direct & Hardware- Dependent Software Demand

Direct Boeing or Microsoft Exports Local Subcontractors & Suppliers Households of Boeing, Microsoft & Subcontractors' Employees
High IncomeLow Income
Households of Local service (Non-Basic) Employees
High IncomeLow Income
Local Shopping Centers and Retail Stores, Restaurants, K-12 Education, Health Care, Suppliers of Non-Basic Activities and other Linked Activities
"Leakages"
Imports
Federal Taxes
Capital Outflows
Imported Parts and Materials Savings
E-Commerce Purchases
Taxes
Tourism
Insurance Premiums
other Payments
Imports by Retailers (Cars from Detroit or Stuttgart)

Imported Parts and Materials by Local Sector Producers


Exercise

There are two types of links implied in the above table, namely the flow of goods and services, on the one hand, and the (monetary) payment flows, on the other. Make these links explicit; insert appropriate arrows (e.g. in two different colors: blue for the physical flow of purchased and transported goods and rendered services and green for the reverse payment flows) into the table, between the appropriate boxes.

Due: (In-Class)


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