Facing new challenges of the Slovak economy with regard to European Union, lagging regions will need ideas from regional science. An input-output model is considered a good way for strategy making. In this paper we deal with the two-regional input-output model. We consider that systems of the national accounts and input-output models are more than just the source of data. They are means of specifying the categories under which data are to be organized. For policy purposes we decided to use and modify a common input-output table for the two-regional model construction. There are two distinct regions In Slovakia.
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