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The **Leontief** Open Production **Model** or **Input-Output** Analysis Iris Jensen December 15, 2001 Abstract Wassily **Leontief** won a Nobel Prize in Economics in 1973 for him explanation of the economy using his **input-output** **model**. There are two application of the **Leontief** model:a closed **model** and ... **Example** 1 The technology matrix A below represents the.

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