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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Responsibility for regional waste generation: A single-region extended input-output analysis for Wales
Author(s): Jensen, Christa
McIntyre, Stuart
Munday, Max
Turner, Karen
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Keywords: Waste attribution
Regional economy
Input–output analysis
Issue Date: Jun-2013
Date Deposited: 29-Aug-2012
Citation: Jensen C, McIntyre S, Munday M & Turner K (2013) Responsibility for regional waste generation: A single-region extended input-output analysis for Wales. Regional Studies, 47 (6), pp. 913-933.
Abstract: This paper uses a regional input-output framework and data derived on waste generation by industry to examine different aspects of regional waste accountability. In addition to estimating a series of industry output-waste coefficients, the paper considers a series of methods for waste attribution from production and consumption perspectives. In particular, it considers a method that permits a greater focus on regional (private and public) final consumption as the main exogenous driver of waste generation. In doing so, it uses a domestic technology assumption to consider a regional waste footprint where local consumption requirements are assumed to be met using production technologies over which regional authorities are likely to have more control.
DOI Link: 10.1080/00343404.2011.599797
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