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GTAP Resource #6235

"The impact of COVID on exports related jobs in the European Union"
by Kutlina-Dimitrova, Zornitsa and Jose Manuel Rueda-Cantuche

The purpose of the current paper is to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on exports related jobs in the European Union (EU) by using a multi-region input output (MRIO) tables framework. More specifically, the authors will use the OECD ICIO inter-country input-output tables, expected to be available up to 2018 for this analysis. To this end and in a first step we estimate the expected number of exports dependent jobs in the year 2020 based on the creation of a counterfactual trade volume that would have been realised had the pandemic not hit the world economy. In a second step, the authors will combine the OECD ICIO tables with actual trade, employment and output data for the year 2020 and will estimate the number of jobs related to the EU exports to the world in such year. The difference between steps 1 and 2 yields the net impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on exports dependent jobs in the EU.

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Category: 2021 Conference Paper
Status: Not published
By/In: Presented during the 24th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis (Virtual Conference)
Date: 2021
Created: Kutlina-Dimitrova, Z. (4/12/2021)
Updated: Kutlina-Dimitrova, Z. (6/25/2021)
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- Labor market issues
- European Union

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