Social Accounting Matrix

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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Tanzania for the year 2015. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus structure. It consists of 68 activity sectors,...
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This data study includes social accounting matrix (SAM) for Malawi for the year 2014. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus structure. It consists of 63 activity sectors, 65...
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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Uganda for the year 2013. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus structure. It consists of 55 activity...
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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Kenya for the year 2013. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus Structure. It consists of 54 activity sectors...
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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Ghana for the year 2013. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus Structure. It consists of 55 activity sectors, 56...
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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Mozambique for the year 2012. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus Structure. It consists of 54 activity sectors, 56...
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This data study includes a social accounting matrix (SAM) for Ethiopia for the year 2010/11. The SAM is an extension of the Standard Nexus Structure. It consists of 63 activity sectors,...
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This data study includes disaggregated social accounting matrix (SAM) for the Egyptian economy for year 2010/11. This new SAM builds on the previous SAM 2010/11 built and published by Central Agency for Public Mobilization...
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The Tunisia Social Accounting Matrix (SAM), 2012 was built with a focus on analyzing the structure and importance of the agriculture and trade in the Tunisian economy. This SAM helps to understand the linkages between agricultural production,...

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The 2005 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Burkina Faso is an agricultural-focused SAM and, as such, it is mainly elaborated from the Agricultural Supply and Use Table (ASUT) for the same year. The matrix is then...

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