The increased output of a sector indicates that additional amounts of products are available to be used as inputs by other sectors which can increase their production, which is captured in this indicator vector.
An output coefficient matrix created with the
Number of decimals for rounding, defaults to
The vector of industry (product) forward linkages in a
long-form data.frame, containing the metadata column of the the row
names from the
Forward linkages as defined by the Eurostat Manual of Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables (pp. 506--507) and the United Nations Handbook on Supply and Use Tables and Input-Output Tables with Extensions and Applications p637.
Other linkage functions:
data_table = iotable_get() de_out <- output_coefficient_matrix_create ( data_table, "tfu", digits = 4 ) forward_linkages(output_coefficient_matrix = de_out, digits = 4 ) #> iotables_row forward_linkages #> 1 agriculture_group 2.1128 #> 2 industry_group 1.6909 #> 3 construction 1.3559 #> 4 trade_group 1.5850 #> 5 business_services_group 2.1040 #> 6 other_services_group 1.2105