Input output - State and National Analysis Program
Annual IO tables from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) for years spanning 1997 through the most recent year, currently 2016, can be selected. As an additional service, we can provide users with detailed sector 2007 U.S. Benchmark Accounts for use within IO-Snap. Contact us for additional information.
Make (Supply) and Use tables contain a wealth of data in their original formats. Production functions, output distributions, final demand activity, and employment and compensation by industry data are easily accessed and extracted for use in other applications.
Annual employment, compensation, and other value added data by industry for 50 states and DC provided.
Create Industry by Industry, Industry by Commodity, Commodity by Commodity direct and total requirements tables. All tables correctly account for Scrap, second-hand, and used goods production.
Enter final demand changes and generate output, employment, and income impacts assessments. Final demand shocks in industry or commodity space can drive the analyses, which can be based on open or closed inverse solutions. Final demand change vectors can optionally be subjected to regional supply-percentage adjustments and conversions from purchaser to producer prices.
Data for two or more states can be aggregated to create multi-state regional data and models. Default configurations for BEA, Census, and other common regions provided.
Users can modify Use table columns (including final demand distributions) and Make (Supply) table rows. Consistency checks ensure compatibility between the modified tables.
Users can load and then modify state-level data to generate IO data and models for custom regions.
Detailed Accounts for Benchmark Years
COMING SOON! BEA national benchmark accounts and BLS accounts will be available for most recently published years.
Create Industry by Industry, Industry by Commodity, and Commodity by Commodity direct and total requirements tables. All tables correctly account for Scrap, second-hand, and used goods production.
Generate aggregate and disaggregated output, employment, and income multipliers.