Номер журнала: 2021.2
Заголовок статьи: Production balance of the regional economy
РезюмеThe article is devoted to the creation of the material block of the Leontief input-output model. Its purpose is to reflect the activities of both production and trade enterprises, i.e., objects that create real GDP within each region of a particular territorial entity (including the entire economy of the Russian Federation). This activity involves the production/import of products on the territory of the region by all industries and its distribution among both manufacturing and commercial enterprises to ensure their functioning. In addition to displaying the trade part of these commodity flows, the novelty of the model is to take into account public procurement, the use, along with the standards of specific consumption of material resources/goods not only in production but also in trade. Formal relationships have also been developed between investment in scientific and technical development and the growth/reduction of resource costs for the production/sale of a unit of production. The model indicators are made up of parts - contributions from production and trade while having a multi-aspect representation, data sets of which are formed by annual, regional and industry sections, decomposed respectively into months, districts and corporations. This allows you to generate the necessary time series for calculations using hypercube data technology and implement them using 4GL generation languages. The model has relations that determine the
desired values of its variable parameters based on economic growth including the saturation of the regional market with the products of the industry, an indicator of which is its consumption by the service sector. This indicator is greater than zero in the case of covering the needs of all other economic entities in the region and less than or equal to zero otherwise.
Ключевые словаinput-output model, direct cost coefficients, industry, service consumption
sector, unit costs, share of technological overspending, share of technological savings.