The Analysis on the Linkage and Ripple Effect Between Logistics and Each Sector on Input-output Theory

Yang SHAO, Jianguo ZHENG

Abstract


Along with the development of the logistics industry, the influence of the logistics industry on each industry is increasing significantly in national economy. To entirely find out the effect of the logistics industry on the national economy, the article analyzes the linkage and ripple effect between the logistics and each industry on 2002 input-output table in China. We can conclude that the logistics industry is a bottleneck and basic industry in China. The pulling effect of the logistics industry on the national economy is prominent, but the promotion effect is obviously deficient.
Key words: Industry; Logistics industry; Linkage; Ripple effect; Input-output analysis

Keywords


Industry; Logistics industry; Linkage; Ripple effect; Input-output analysis



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.mse.1913035X20110503.190

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