Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Scotland 2009 disaggregated by skills

Andrew Ross
The 2009 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) details the flows of incomes and expenditures through the Scottish economy. These data are essential for modelling the response of the economy to proposed changes in, for example, government expenditures and taxes. The Scottish SAM does not incorporate skill disaggregation and only reports aggregate employment and income figures for each of the 104 industries. That is, labour is homogeneous and wage differentials between sectors reflect industry premium. This data...
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