Performing an energy and environmental analysis, researchers have to face many problems regarding the data quality and availability. Data are often out-of-date, not representative and consistent or, frequently, referred to faraway geographic and productive contexts. The Input-Output (IO) model, due to its simplicity, allows to acquire information regarding the energy and environmental performances of productive sectors.
|Title of host publication||HANDBOOK OF INPUT-OUTPUT ECONOMICS IN INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY|
|Number of pages||23|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|