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*-~luary 1979
, -^


Economic Report 93


An Input-Output Analysis
of the Florida Economy and the
Role of Agriculture, 1963 and 1970


Food and Resource Economics Department
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville 32611


Edna Loehman
Kathy Hsiao


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ABSTRACT


This study presents an input-output analysis of the Florida
economy for 1963 and 1970. Although the study indicates that agri-
culture is becoming a relatively smaller share of the Florida economy,
it accounts for a large share of the economy in terms of employment,
output, and income particularly when forward linkages to processing
sectors and indirect relations to nonagricultural sectors are con-
sidered. A new method of analysis based on a model of forward
linkages is presented, allowing for fuller consideration of the
importance of basic agriculture. The results show that employment,
income, and value added multipliers derived this way for basic
agriculture are larger than those derived when forward linkages are
ignored.

Key Words: Input-Output, Florida agriculture, employment, multipliers












FOREWORD


Florida is the leading state in the southeast in terms
of net and gross agricultural income. However,-it also has
had the fastest rate of urbanization. In order to evaluate
policies relating to urban and agricultural growth in Florida,
there needs to be understanding of relationships among agri-
cultural and nonagricultural sectors. Industries in the
state's economy are interdependent. Input-output analysis can
be useful to understand such interdependencies and the impact
of changes in the economy. Unfortunately, it is difficult to
do such studies with a high degree of accuracy. The main
problem is lack of data.
The data for this study are from secondary sources and
adjusted national input-output coefficients are used; this
makes numerical predictions somewhat inaccurate. Obviously,
results could be better if this study could be done with
primary data. Instead of relying of numerical exactness, this
study compares input-output results for two different years
using the same assumptions, model, and data sources for both.
Seen in this light, the input-output analysis provides infor-
mation about relationships among sectors and changes in rela-
tionships over time in a relative way. Greater understanding
of these relationships is the main objective of the analysis
here.



ACKNOWLEDGMENT


Thanks are due to Sheriar Irani who did much of the computer
programming and Bob McElroy who did initial work on the model
and data. Also typing done by Milley Pfeifler and Jill Nelson,
and final corrections by Maureen Adams.












FOREWORD


Florida is the leading state in the southeast in terms
of net and gross agricultural income. However,-it also has
had the fastest rate of urbanization. In order to evaluate
policies relating to urban and agricultural growth in Florida,
there needs to be understanding of relationships among agri-
cultural and nonagricultural sectors. Industries in the
state's economy are interdependent. Input-output analysis can
be useful to understand such interdependencies and the impact
of changes in the economy. Unfortunately, it is difficult to
do such studies with a high degree of accuracy. The main
problem is lack of data.
The data for this study are from secondary sources and
adjusted national input-output coefficients are used; this
makes numerical predictions somewhat inaccurate. Obviously,
results could be better if this study could be done with
primary data. Instead of relying of numerical exactness, this
study compares input-output results for two different years
using the same assumptions, model, and data sources for both.
Seen in this light, the input-output analysis provides infor-
mation about relationships among sectors and changes in rela-
tionships over time in a relative way. Greater understanding
of these relationships is the main objective of the analysis
here.



ACKNOWLEDGMENT


Thanks are due to Sheriar Irani who did much of the computer
programming and Bob McElroy who did initial work on the model
and data. Also typing done by Milley Pfeifler and Jill Nelson,
and final corrections by Maureen Adams.














TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page

FOREWORD . . . . .. ...... i

ACKNOWLEDGMENT . . . . . i

LIST OF TABLES . . ....... . ii

INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL . . . . .. 2

ECONOMIC INDICATORS . .. ..... .. . 2

Aggregate Indicators . . . . 3

Output, Income, and Employment Multipliers . .. .13

Import and GNP Multipliers . . . .. .18

THE ROLE OF BASIC AGRICULTURE IN THE ECONOMY . . 27

CONCLUSIONS. . . ... . . 42

APPENDICES

A -- Data and Methods. . . . . .. .44

B -- Definitions . . ... . .50

C -- Appendix Tables . . . ... .60

REFERENCES . . ..... . . 90


LIST OF TABLES


Table Page

1 Employment, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1970 .. 4

2 Employment, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1963 . 6

3 Net exports, imports, and value added in the Florida economy,
1970. . . . . . . . 9








LIST OF TABLES (Continued)


Table Page

4 Net exports, imports, and value added in the Florida economy,
1963 . . . . . . .. 11

5 Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1970. . ... 14

6 Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1963. . ... 16

7 Florida employment multipliers, 1970. . . ... 19

8 Florida employment multipliers, 1963. . . ... 21

9 Florida income multipliers, 1970. . . . ... 23

10 Florida income multipliers, 1963.. . . . 25

11 Florida import multipliers, 1970. . . .. ... .28

12 Florida import multipliers, 1963. . .... .. . .. ..30

13 Florida sales of basic agriculture to processing sectors
($1,000 current dollars), 1970. . . . ... 33

14 Florida sales of basic agriculture to processing sectors
($1,000 current dollars), 1963. . . . . 34

15 Processing output per dollar of basic agriculture output. 36

16 The role of agriculture in the Florida economy, 1970. ... .37

17 The role of agriculture in the Florida economy, 1963. ... .39


APPENDIX TABLES


1 National technical coefficients, 1970 . . 61

2 Florida local purchase coefficients, 1970 . .... 68

3 Florida interdependence coefficient matrix, 1970 . .. 75

4 Florida transaction matrix, 1970. . . ... 82


iii















AN INPUT-OUTPUT ANALYSIS OF THE FLORIDA
ECONOMY AND THE ROLE OF AGRICULTURE, 1963 AND 1970


Edna Loehman and Kathy Hsiao


Input-output analysis as developed by Leontief [4]
has now become a standard tool of economics. Besides its
use in understanding interrelationships among sectors in
the economy, it can also identify sectors where expansion
would have the greatest impact on income, employment, and
GNP. Such impact analyses are done mainly through the use
of various kinds of multipliers.
Several previous studies in Florida [1,5] have discussed
the methodology of input-output analysis and its uses; this
discussion will not be repeated here. However, two new types
of multipliers to be presented here will be described. These
are import multipliers and "forward link" multipliers for
agriculture.
In addition to presenting basic input-output results,
this study will compare results for 1963 and 1970 to give
some indication of changes in the economy. This report will
first present some aggregate economic comparisons, next will
look at various multiplier results, and finally consider the
implications for the role of basic agriculture in the Florida
economy.




LOEHMAN was formerly an Associate Professor in the Food and
Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, Gaines-
ville. HSIAO was formerly a Graduate (Research) Assistant
in the Food and Resource Economics Department.





2


INPUT-OUTPUT MODEL


A very brief description of input-output calculations will
be given here; the reader is referred to [6,9,11,13] for further
detail on input-output modeling with secondary data. Primary
inputs needed for multiplier calculations are final demands,
excluding export, output, and technical coefficients. Final
demand data for Florida are given in [7,11].Output estimates
are from several sources as explained in Appendix A. National
technical coefficients are obtained from [43,44].Exports are
computed as a residual to balance the transaction matrix.
It is assumed that the production technology in Florida
is reflective of national technology. However, required
inputs may be imported into the state. Local purchase coef-
ficients are computed by adjusting national technical coef-
ficients when imports are required; adjustments are made using
location quotients and other balancing corrections when neces-
ary. Multiplying the local purchase coefficients by output
gives the local transactions table for Florida. Net exports
are computed to balance the state sales with state requirements.
Employment and income multipliers (Type I) are also ob-
tained from the local purchase coefficients in a standard way
[5, 6]. In addition to the above data required, employment
and income data are used to compute these multipliers.
The calculations are made using a FORTRAN computer program
designed for the IBM 370 at the University of Florida. Trans-
actions, technical and purchase coefficients, and the Leontief
inverse matrix are shown in Appendix C for 1970.

ECONOMIC INDICATORS


The basic data used to generate the input-output model
and multipliers are employment, value of output, and income
from wages and salaries by input-output sector. (See










Appendix B for definition of sectors.) Tables 1 and 2
present this information for 1970 and 1963 respectively, and
show the relative shares of each major grouping of the economy.
The basic agricultural share (Sectors 1-7) of employment has
declined from 7.7 percent to 5.6 percent from 1963 to 1970.
This change is not due to a decline in absolute number of
people engaged in basic agriculture but rather to an increase
in employment in other sectors. Processing related to basic
agricultural output has also declined from 7.7 percent to 6.6
percent in employment share. Share of income has also de-
clined for basic agriculture from 13.4 to 4.9 percent but
increased slightly for processing from 5.6 to 6.3 percent.
Economic indicators are of two types: Aggregate indi-
cators and multipliers. The aggregate indicators express
what role sectors play in current economic activities in
the state (e.g., share of employment). On the other hand,
multipliers can be used to predict economic changes if
certain sectors grow or decline. Both types of indicators
will be presented here based on input-output calculations.


Aggregate Indicators


There are several kinds of aggregate indicators which
relate to importance of economic sectors. Employment and
income statistics presented in Table 1 and 2 are obviously
important indicators. Value of output has limitations as
an indicator because it double-counts the value of inputs
purchased in Florida. Other measures of economic contri-
bution are net exports and value added.
Net exports and value added are calculated as residuals
inthe input-out transaction table. Net export for a sector
is the difference (row-wise) between value of output and
sales within Florida (when the difference is positive).
Net exports are an important component of Gross State













Table l.--Fiployment, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1970


Sector


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services
2. Livestock Products*
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and
Oil Crops
4. Fruits and Nuts
5. Vegetables and Sugar
6. Forest, Greenhouse and
Nursery
7. Fishery Products and
Forestry


Mining
8. Mining
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural
Gas
10. Stone and Clay Mining
11. Chenical Fertilizer Mining

Construction
12. Residential, Public, and Pri-
vate Bldg., Const., Main.& Re.
13. Utilities and Service Con-
struction, Maintenance
and Repair


Food and lt-kod Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products
15. Fish Processing
16. Frozen Package Foods
17. Grain and Sugar Products
18. Bottling, Canning and Other
Prepared Foods
19. 'Ibacco Procucts
20. Fabric Processing
21. Apparel and Other Textile
Products
22. Nood Processing
23. oodx Structures and Con-
tainers
24. Furniture and Fixtures
25. Paper Products and Processing


Other tMnufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing
27. Chemicals
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chanicals
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints
31. Petroleum Refining and Products
32. Footear and Leather Products
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products
34. Metal Products
35. Machinery
36. Electrical Fluirinnt
37. Transportation Equirment
38. Instruments
39. Miscellaneous IMnufacturing


Utilities and Transportation
40. T'raniionrtation and W-ai rehousing
41. Conmiutications
42. Electric and (aoI Ut.ilitieo
43. Water and mnitaxi Utilities;


Ehploynnt


12,527
29,080 a

4,551 a
28,414 a
22,199 a

9,435a

1,566
107,772 (5.6%)


541

1,201
2,717
1,485
5,944


58,384 a
174,801 (9.1%)


9,536
3,365
6,537
10,217

20,397
5,436
4,893

21,770
10,186

3,450
10,199
17,405
123.391


25,873
4,906
6,510
10,826
3,167
1,216
3,482
16,645
26,501
20,043
30,429
31,499
3,611.
4,868
189,576


80,192
43,219
15,658
1,916
140,985


(6.4%)


(9.9%)


(7.3%)


Output b
($1,000)


149,368
381,000

134,000
318,000
184,000

94,000

18,673
1,279,041 (3.6%)


27,304 a

60,639 a
137,149 a
74,950 a
300,042 (.8%)


3,045,618


1,527,382
4,573,000 (13.0%)


641,300
135,571
406,500
411,779

822,599
igou
109,700

317,600
193,100

65,401
180,500
709,500
4,084.850 (11.6%)


450,800
171,169
287,500
294,690
110,537
44,600
38,300
444,700
796,200
717,000
565,900
735,800
84,600
72,300
4,814,096 (12.3%)


2,430,294
1,333,218'a
991,820"
121,32a1
4,876,653 (13.8%)


Incaic3
($1,000)


53,760
166,219 a

57,648 a
136,914 a
79,266 a

40,354 a

7,104
54, 72-5 (4.9%)


4,813

9,918
19,291
10,958
44,980


829,804 a


416,148a
S1,245,952 (11.2%)


61,609
13,464
42,786
70,637

117,184
20,252
22,498

89,982
54,158

16,065
55,060
142,302
705,997


(6.3%)


170,005
40,210
48,963
84,012
22,091
10,904
16,529
111,133
178,329
157,566
243,855
247,043
21,766
26,114
1,378,520 (12.4%)


603,685
311,788
146,891
11,160
1,073,524


(9.6%)


Trade.
44.' T hoileale Trade
45. Retail Trade


134,123
439,041
573,964 (29.9%)


1;237.2683 953,000
4,265,486a 1,858,148
5,502,754 (15.6%) 2,811,148 (25.2%)
-- Continued --


-1--~,--.


116,417 a





Table 1 .--Employment, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1970--Continued


Sector Employment utput b Income b
($1,000) ($1,000)

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 140,138 4,527,320 897,956
140,138 (7.3%) 4,527,320 (12.8%) 897,956 (8.1%)

Services
47. Lodging 65,662 777,845a 230,557
48. Personal and Repair Services 65,662 1,121,888a 309,423
49. Business Services 94,680 1,138,388a 590,048
50. Amusement and Recreation 29,911 548,113a 126,275
51. Medical Services 84,242 769,269a 437,080
52. Education and Non-Profit
Services 71,246 237,977 a 237,977
411,403 (21.4%) 3,815,635 (13.0%) 1,931,360 (17.3%)

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises 19,964 155,975a 214,613a
54. State Government Enterprises 3,989 a 40,578 a 27,342 a
55. Local Government Enterprises 16,029a 163,145a 109,924a
56. Ordnance 12,487 356,100 157,866
52,469 (2.7%) 715,798 (2.0%) 509,745 (4.6%)

Total 1,920,443 (99.9%) 35,267,034 (90.5%) 11,140,447 (100.0%)



a Estimated, see Appendix.

b t dollars.
Current dollars.
















Table 2 .--BEploynmnt, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1963

Outputb In~cr0b
Sector Employment ($1,000) ($1,000)


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services
2. Livestock Products
3. Field Crops, lbbacco, and Oil Crops
4. Fruits and Nuts
5. Vegetables and Sugar
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery
7. Fishery Products ard Forestry


Mining
8. Mining
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas
10. Stone and Clay Mining
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining


Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldg.,
Constr., raint., and Repairs
13. Utilities and Service Construction,
Maintenance and Repairs


Food and Neod Processing
14. teat and milk Products
15. Fish Processing
16. Frozen Package Foods
17. Crain and Su\ar Products
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods
19. Tobacco Products
20. Fabric Processing
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products
22. .Iood Processing
23. .bood Structures and Containers
24. Furniture and Fixtures
25. Paper Products and Processing


Other Manufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing
27. Chemicals
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics
30. Druas, Toiletries and Paints
31. Petroleum Refining and Products
32. Footwear and Leather Products
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products
34. Metal Products
35. Machinery
36. Electrical Equipment
37. Transportation Equipgent
38. Instruments
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing


Utilities and Transportation
40. Tr-anspSrtat and Warehousing
41. Ccranunications
42. Electric and Gas Utilities
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities


Trade
4.'- Wholesale Trade
45. Retail Trade


8,174
19,701a
9,934a
35,145a
12,772a
5,920a
2,002
93,648 (7.7%)


686
258
2,799
2,959
6,702


64,921a

43 280a
108,201


9,558
2,330
4,603
8,902
15,843
5,442
2,348
10,104
9,803
2,757
7,665
14,237
93, b62


(.5%)


(8.9%)


(7.7%)


16,707
2,556
7,954
8,857
1,902
607
2,011
12,313
16,303
6,939
12,731
15,378
3,580
3,028
110,866 (9.1%)


52,523
25,094
10,974
1,482
90,073


(7.3%)


94,630
282,429
3777I075 (30.9%)


106,483
225,000
114,000
402,000
146,000
67,000
26,123
1,086,606 (5.8%)


20,565a
7,662a
84,277a
89,11(; 1
b0T7l20 (1.1%)



1,301,870

867,913
2,169,783 (11.7%)


414,330
70,844
295,945
110,349
538,512
85,987
29,106
83,73.0
118,480
33,417
9b,209
481,529
2,3ia,438 (12.7%)


250,034
82,871
332,291
287,087
49,505
25,779
15,789
294,998
A43,633
172,475
270,969
284,114
47,405
42,524
2,599,474 (14.0%)


957,127
742,757 a
324,819a
43,866a
5;,78T569 (11.1%)


812,209a
2,139,400a
2,O51, 6bJ) (15.9%)

Continued --


24,422
212,502
107,151
379,081
137,766
63,931
6,442
931,295 (13.4%)


4,502
1,334
13,344-
17,290
36,4/6


296,702

197,802
494,504 (7.1%)


43,592
5,456
22,587
43,056
62,606
16,212
7,862
30,270
31,002
8.736
28,850
86,718
36b,947


82,550
14,534
42,190-
49,408
8,674
3,106
6,677
55,420
81,264
36,448
77,312
88,476
19,348
11,640
577,047


285,452
131,688
70,392
6,124
493,656


(b.6%)


(8,3%)


(7.1%)


612,611
1,954,112
1,566,723 (36.9%)






Table 2.--Employment, output, and income in the Florida economy, 1963--continued


Outputb Incomeb
Sector Employment ($1,000) ($1,000)
($1,000) ($1,000)


Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E.


Services
47. Lodging
48. Personal and Repair Services
49. Business Services
50. Amusement and Recreation
51. Medical Services
52. Education and Non-Profit Services


Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises
54. State Government Enterprises
55. Local Government Enterprises
56. Ordnance Manufacturing


88,854
88,854 (7.3%)


52,090
52,871
45,868
20,380
41,283
26,973
239,465 (19.6%)


13,903
3,723a
12,190a
8,325
38,141


(3.1%)


2,111,171D
2,111,171


460,788a
728,827a
807,690a
282,120
297,567a
86,218
2,663,210


88,330a
17,03'
81,21a
199,53-
386,115


(11.4%)


(14.3%)


(2.1%)


406,912
406,912


(5.9%)


128,562
182,246
213,786
66,522
123,104
86,218
800,438 (11.5%)


96.630
18,152
64 682
75,555
255,019


(3.7%)


1,221,477 (100.1%)


1C,734,915 (100.1%)


6;949,011 (100.0%)


Estimated, see Appendix.
bCurrent dollars.


Total









Product. (Gross State Product is the sum of value of final
consumption, government nonenterprise output, capital forma-
tion, inventories, and net exports; i.e., it is equal to
final demand.) Value added is the difference (column-wise)
between value of output and purchases of a sector. Value
added is an accounting of income in the state; it includes
wage payments, raw materials, and taxes. The sum of value
added over all sectors must equal Gross State Product. Net
import for a sector is the difference (row-wise) between
state requirements and value of output.
Tables 3 and 4 give estimates for net export, net
imports, and value added by sector for 1970 and 1963. The
pattern for 1963 to 1970 shows declines in shares for basic
agriculture while the processing share increased. Basic agri-
cultural share of net export declined from 28.5 to 7.1 per-
cent principally in export of Fruit and Nuts and Vegetables
and Sugar. Net export from processing increased from no
measurable amount to 7.9 percent principally in the areas of
Meat and Milk Processing, Frozen Foods, and Paper Products.
On the net import side, basic agricultural share increased
(.8 to 3.5 percent, in Livestock, Field Crops, and Forestry
Products) while processing decreased (25.5 to 13.9 percent, in
Meat and Milk Products, Frozen Foods, Bottling and Canning).
Value added shares show the same pattern of decline for
basic agriculture (6.2 to 3.3) and increase for processing
(3.2 to 6.8). The areas of increase in processing are Meat
and Milk Products, Frozen Foods, Sugar Products, Bottling and
Canning, and Paper Products.














Table 3.--Net exports, imports, and value added in the Florida economy, 1970a


Sector Net Export Net Import Value Added
($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000)


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services
2. Livestock Products
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and Oil
Crops
4. Fruits and Nuts
5. Vegetables and Sugar
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery
7. Fishery Products and Forestry



M Min in
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas
10. Stone and Clay Mining
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining


Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private
Bldg., Contr., Maint. and
Repairs
13. Utilities and Service Construe-
tion, Maintenance and Repairs


Food and tod Processing
14. Meat and Milk Processing
15. Fish Processing
16. Frozen Package Foods
17. Grain and Sugar Products
18. Bottling, Canning and Other
Prepared Foods
19. Tobacco Products
20. Fabric Processing
21. Apparel and Other Textile
Products
22. Wood Processing
23. Wood Structures and Containers
24. Furniture and Fixtures
25. Paper Products and Processing


Other Manufacturing
76. r-_ting aed Publishing
27. Chemicals
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints
31. Petroleum Refining and Products
32. Footwear and Leather Products
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products
34. Metal Products
35. Machinery
36. Electrical Equipment
37.. Transportation Equipment
38. Instruments
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing


Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing
41. Cannunications
42. Electric and Gas Utilities
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities


Trade
44. iole~sile Trade
45. Retail Trade


53,452


139,297
3,293
50,371

246,413 (7.1%)




54,294
46,633
m0,2 (2.9%)




597,376

314,860
912,236 (26.2%)


80,892

98,927


63

95,771
275,653 (7.9%)




132,539
6,908




52,868





192,315 (5.5%)


888,866
597,727


1,486,593 (42.7%)



237,832
237,832 (6.8%)


244,030

120,920



57,686
422,636


57,051
40,223


97,274


(3.5%)


45,820

223,690

195,569
149,362
233,629

578,098
136,808

.115,342

1,678,318 (13.9%)


36,450
143,088

126,579
399,508
767,604
111,080
69,012
946,211
552, 296
585,017
1,662,610
215,817
256,548
5,871,820 (48.7%)


55,361
48,262
103,623


543,327

5447327 (4.5%)


85,606
126,429

61,484
177,843
102,877
62,192
8,099
624,530 (3.3%)


12,353
34,764
76,954
43,592
167,663 (.9%)




1,249,329

768,597
2,017,926 (10.6%)


109,293
33,351
144,815
159,583

255,191
43,828
14,697

111,172
68,514
26,138
77,363
249,125
1,293,070 (6.8%)


211,981
63,611
69,567
117,836
41,059
11,461
15,394
209,428
278,211
298,793
243,524
247,761
40,110
23,621
1872,357 (9.8%)


1,419,064
1,042,721
495,427
28,645
2,985,857 (15.7%)


827,754
3,253,727
4,u81,T8T (21.4%)


- Continued -






Table 3.--Net exports, imports, and value added in the Florida economy, 197C a-Continued


Sector Net Export Net Import Value Added
($1,000) ($1,000) ($1,000)
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. -- 991,749 3,117,082
-- 991,749 (8.2%) 3,117,082 (16.3%)

Services
47. Lodging -- 56,990 389,790
48. Personal and Repair Services -- 157,449 662,154
49. Business Services -- 768,898 494,768
50. Amusement and Recreation 6,649 -- 285,478
51. Medical Services -- 646,976 557,510
52. Education and Non-Profit Services -- 458,493 158,248
6,649 (.2%) 2,088,806 (17.3%) 2,547,948 (13.4%)

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises -- 86,473 95,053
54. State Government Enterprises -- 142,272 22,174
55. Local Government Enterprises 20,281 -- 87,801
56. Ordnance Manufacturing -- 42,539 158,517
20,281 (.6%) 271,284 (2.2%) 363,545 (1.9%)

Total 3,478,899 (99.9%) 12,068,837 (100.0%) 19,071,459 (100.1%)


aEstimated in current dollars.









11



Table 4.--Net exloits, inrrts, and value added in the Florida econcy, 1963a


Sector Net Fxrort Net Inrort Value Added
($1,000) ($Sl000) ($I,000)


Agriculture
SAgricultural Services
2. Livestock Products
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and
Oil Crops
4. Fruits and Nuts
5. Vegetables and Sugar
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery
7. Fishery Products and Forestry


Mining
8. Mining
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas
10. Stone and Clay Mining
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining


Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private
Bldg., Contr., Maint. and Re-
pairs
13. Utilities and Service Construc-
tion, Maintenance and Repairs


Food and Vbod Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products
15. Fish Processing
16. Frozen Package Products
17. Grain and Sugar Products
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Pre-
pared Foods
19. Tobacdo Products
20. Fabric Processing
21. Apparel and Other Textile
Products
22, Wood Processing
23. 'bod StructUrea and Containers
24. Furniture and Fixtures
25. Paper Products and Processing


Other Manufacturing
26. Prin-in ti ancPublishing
27. Chnicails
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics
30. Drugs, Toiletries ard Paints
31. Petroleum Refining and Products
32. Footwear and Leather Products
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products
34. Metal Products
35. Machinery
36. Electrical Equipment
37. Transportation Equipmnt
38. Instruments
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing


Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing
41. Cconmunications
42. Electric and Cas Utilities
43. Water and Sanitary.Utilities


Trade
44. Wholesale Trade
45. Retail Trade


64,043
9,979


331,868
103,561
39,766
8,057
557,274 (28.5%)


48,811
75,362
124,173


60,471




60,471 (.8%)


6,782
22,234


29,016


(6.3%)


15,091











15,091


325,160
396,660


721,820 (36.9%)



114,573
114,573 (5.9%)


34,969
56,413

58,626
264,456
86,875
48,911
8,933
559,183' (6.2%)


9,734
4,340
46,748
46,146
(.4%) i6-968


528,729

308,493
837,222 (10.8%)


277,305
55,660
106,249
276,057

429,648
122,032
61,665

432,139
87,178
16,371
107,709
10.715
1,982,728 (25.5t)


154,207
93,225

18,077
218,186
416,517
86,804
98,605
427,782
369,055
409,074
799,394
67,572
138,811
3,172,309 (40.9%)


235,570
28,182
263,752


(3.4%)


103,973

103,973 (1.3%)

-- Continued --


(1.2%)


528,315

428,073
956,388 (10.7%)


16,308
6,929
13,380
26,970

61,400
19,446
4,282

15,929
16,007
5,012


18,685
80,926
285,274


63,925
17,543
27,193
63,479
15,325
1,978
4,006
61,922
31,392
42,237
76,575
48,247
15,518
10,025
479,365


(3.2%)
















(5.3%)


579,376
598,007
160,087
10,508
1,347,978 (15.0%)


548,994
1,651,424
2,200,418 (24.5%)







Table 4.---Net exports, imports, and value added in the Florida economy, 1963a--Continued


Sector rt N-1 t V)alue OAdded
e ($1,OQO)


Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E.


Services
47. Lodging
48. Personal and Repair Services
49. Business Services
50. Amusement and Recreation
51. Medical Services
52. Education and Non-Profit
Services


Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises
54. State Government Enterprises
55. Local Government Enterprises
56. Ordnance Manufacturing


609,682
609.,682


91,216
254,251

53,014


398,481 (20.4%)
398,481 (20.4%)


24,147

24,147


(7.9%)


2,649


281,804

305,737
590,190


29,377
61,802

23,355
114,534


(1.2%)


1,436,462
1,436,462 (16.0%)


291,322
450,070
302,665
145,194
221,142

54,892
1,465,285 (16.3%)


(7.6%)


41,786
9,642
51,375
36,789
139,592


(1.5%)


(1.6%)


19,555,559 (100.0%)


7,763,877 (100.1%)


8,976,913 (100.0%)


aEstimated in current dollars.


Total









Output, Income, and Employment Multipliers

As discussed in [ 6 ], various kinds of multipliers are
useful to predict economic expansion due to growth in sectors
and economy. Multipliers are given in terms of total economic
change per dollar of final demand. Final demand includes per-
sonal consumption, capital and inventory, federal, state, and
local expenditure for services not financed through user charges
and exports. Growth in a sector can mean either a growth of
exports or a reduction in imports coupled with an increase in
sales to-nonexported final demand.
The most basic multipliers are output multipliers which give
change in total output (in dollars) per dollar change in final
demand. Total output multipliers for Florida are given in Tables
5 and 6 for 1970 and 1963 and are compared to national multi-
pliers. Of course, the national multipliers are much larger due
to the greater "leakages" in the Florida economy.
In both years, agricultural processing sectors have high
ranked output multipliers. The top five multipliers for 1970
are in Fertilizer and Agricultural Chemicals, Bottling, Paper
Products, Frozen Foods, and Printing. As final demand sales
increase in these sectors, these sectors in turn increase
purchase of inputs from other sectors. The relatively large
multipliers for these sectors indicate that they have relatively
high interrelationships with other Florida industries; a small
multiplier, as in Fabric Processing, indicates relatively little
interrelationship with the rest of the Florida economy. Al-
though the relative rankings in terms of output multipliers
have changed over the seven year period, Sectors 28, 25, and
16 remain in the top five.
As mentioned above, value of output is not an ideal indi-
cator because of double-counting. Two other traditional
types of multipliers derived from an input-output study which









Table 5.--Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1970


National Florida F
Florida
Sector Output Output Rank
Multipliers Multipliers


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 1.571 1.363 32
2. Livestock Products 2.538 1.443 24
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and
Oil Crops 2.097 1.515 15
4. Fruits and Nuts 1.849 1.529 12
5. Vegetables and Sugar 1.508 1.490 20
6. Forest, Greenhouse and
Nursery 1.628 1.340 40
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 1.628 1.239 54

Mining
8. Mining 1.801 1.272 50
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural
Gas 1.641 1.336 41
10. Stone and Clay Mining 1.735 1.363 33
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining 1.626 1.344 36

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private
Bldg., Contr., Maint. and
Repairs 2.206 1.502 17
13. Utilities and Service Construc-
tion, Maintenance and Repairs 2.022 1.406 27

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 3.051 1.538 11
15. Fish Processing 2.362 1.523 14
16. Frozen Package Foods 2.342 1.769 4
17. Grain and Sugar Products 2.193 1.497 19
18. Bottling, Canning and Other
Prepared Foods 2.403 1.790 2
19. Tobacco Products 2.072 1.293 48
20. Fabric Processing 2.631 1.282 49
21. Apparel and Other Textile
Products 2.603 1.195 56
22. Wood Processing 2.186 1.480 21
23. Wood Structures and Containers 2.180 1.552 10
24. Furniture and Fixtures 2.237 1.431 25
25. Paper Products and Processing 2.275 1.770 3


-- Continued --








Table 5.--Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1970--Continued


National Florida Fl
Florida
Sector Output Output Rank
Multipliers Multipliers

Other Manufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing 2.086 1.689 5
27. Chemicals 2.277 1.447 23
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 2.671 1.891 1
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 2.263 1.469 22
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paint 2.317 1.499 18
31. Petroleum Refining and
Products 2.257 1.341 38
32. Footwear and Leather Products 2.329 1.340 39
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 2.010 1.580 8
34. Metal Products 2.328 1.374 30
35. Machinery 2.201 1.329 42
36. Electrical Equipment 2.156 1.360 34
37. Transportation Equipment 2.492 1.325 44
38. Instruments 2.048 1.318 46
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 2.198 1.393 28

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 1.705 1.343 37
41. Communications 1.398 1.243 51
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 1.923 1.406 26
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 2.453 1.206 55

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 1.634 1.320 45
45. Retail Trade 1.433 1.239 52

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 1.578 1.325 43

Services
47. Lodging 1.925 1.513 16
48. Personal and Repair Services 1.825 1.295 47
49. Business Services 2.072 1.656 6
50. Amuesement and Recreation 1.881 1.584 7
51. Medical Services 1.529 1.234 53
52. Educational and Non-Profit
Services 1.628 1.369 31

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises 1.640 1.356 35
54. State Government Enterprises 1.898 1.552 9
55. Local Government Enterprises 1.896 1.523 13
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 2.216 1.383 29









Table 6.--Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1963


National Florida Florida
Sector Output Output Rank
Multipliers Multipliers


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 2.445 1.538 16
2. Livestock Products 2.662 1.477 19
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and
Oil Crops 2.033 1.470 20
4. Fruits and Nuts 1.657 1.368 29
5. Vegetables and Sugar 1.751 1.379 27
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 1.506 1.267 47
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 1.897 1.364 30

Mining
8. Mining 1.793 1.243 51
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 1.618 1.324 39
10. Stone and Clay Mining 1.803 1.326 38
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining 1.595 1.296 41

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private
Bldg., Contr. Maint. and
Repairs 2.230 1.568 14
13. Utilities and Service Construc-
tion, Maintenance and Repairs 2.072 1.434 23

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Processing 3.305 1.776 4
'15. Fish Processing 2.475 1.775 5
16. Frozen Package Foods 2.559 1.842 2
17. Grain and Sugar Products 2.519 1.576 13
18. Bottling, Canning and Other
Prepared Foods 2.299 1.636 8
19. Tobacco Products 2.054 1.397 25
20. Fabric Processing 2.741 1.336 36
21. Apparel and Other Textile
Products 2.651 1.197 56
22. Wood Processing 2.256 1.612 10
23. Wood Structures and Containers 2.282 1.590 11
24. Furniture and Fixtures 2. 376 1.519 17
25. Paper Products and Processing 2.286 1.807 3


-- Continued --








Table 6.--Output multipliers, national and Florida, 1963--Continued


National Florida F
Florida
Sector Output Output Rank
Multipliers Multipliers

Other Manufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing 2.135 1.713 7
27. Chemicals 2.197 1.376 28
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 2.793 1.880 1
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 2.219 1.469 21
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 2.330 1.540 15
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 2.304 1.248 50
32. Footwear and Leather Products 2.410 1.362 31
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 1.998 1.583 12
34. Metal Products 2.388 1.345 34
35. Machinery 2.260 1.263 48
36. Electrical Equipment 2.199 1.333 36
37. Transportation Equipment 2.633 1.273 46
38. Instruments 2.098 1.351 33
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 2.251 1.294 42

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 1.666 1.315 40
41. Communications 1.368 1.223 54
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 1.936 1.284 45
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 2.449 1.206 55

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 1.650 1.346 32
45. Retail Trade 1.432 1.241 52

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 1.612 1.331 37

Services
47. Lodging 1.692 1.413 24
48. Personal and Repair Services 1.771 1.290 43
49. Business Services 2.228 1.723 6
50. Amusement and Recreation 1.886 1.614 9
51. Medical Services 1.506 1.232 53
52. Education and Non-Profit
Services 1.683 1.385 26

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises 1.930 1.498 18
54. State Government Enterprises 1.835 1.441 22
55. Local Government Enterprises 1.719 1.288 44
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 2.408 1.263 49









do not double-count benefits are employment and income multipliers. These
are shown in Tables 7 and 8, and 9 and 10 for 1970 and 1963. Employment
and income multipliers are derived similarly. Taking households as exoge-
nous to the input-output matrix, the Type I employment multiplier is ob-
tained by dividing the "total" employment expansion effect per dollar of
final demand by the direct employment per dollar of output. The "total"
multipliers are expressed in change in employment (or income) per dollar
of output; the Type I employment (or income) multipliers are expressed
per direct employee (or dollar of direct income).
In both 1970 and 1963, Frozen Foods, Meat and Milk Processing, Fish
Processing, Fertilizer, and Agricultural Chemicals were ranked in the top
five sectors for employment multipliers. Also the top five multipliers
for income for both years were in the Food Processing and Agricultural
Chemical sectors. High values in these multipliers reflect not only a
high degree of interaction with other Florida sectors but also relatively
low direct labor and wage requirements compared to the total multiplier
effect.


Import and GNP Multipliers


A new type of multiplier has been utilized in this study. It is termed
an import multiplier. This multiplier expresses how much increase in total



IThis multiplier is calculated from the model
X = (I-A)-
m = MX,

where Y is an exogenous vector of final demand, m is a vector of total
imports in a sector and M is a matrix of imports per dollar of output. The
multiplier for a sector is obtained by summing elements of the columns
M(I-A)-1 corresponding to that sector since
m = M(I-A)-y
m.= Z[M(I-A)-1] .Y.

Total Imports = Em.
1 1
Import multiplier = (l:m.) = :[MI-A)-1
for sector k 1 M(I-) ik
^k
















Table 7 .- Florida employment multipliers, 1970

Direct Total Tyne I
Sector Ehployment ployrment fployrent
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $1000) (per $1000)


A agriculture
1. Agricultural Products 0.084 0.104 1.242
2. Livestock Products 0.076 0.100 1.308
3. Field Crops, Tobacco and Oil Crops 0.034 0.059 1.749
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.089 0.121 1.353
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.121 0.151 1.253
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.100 0.123 1.220
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.084 0.101 1.200

Mining
8. Mining 0.020 0.032 1.573
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.020 0.033 1.682
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.020 0.035 1.743
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.020 0.033 1.645

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldgs., Contr.;
Maintenance and Repairs 0.038 0.066 1.723
13.. Utilities and Service Construction, Maint. and
Repairs 0.038 0.058 1.524

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Processing 0.015 0.046 3.111
15. Fish Processing 0.025 0.055 2.204
16. Frozen Package Foods 0.016 0.058 3.614
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.025 0.048 1.917
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods 0.025 0.071 2.856
19. Tobacco Products 0.060 0.075 1.257
20. Fabric Processing 0.045 0.058 1.290
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.069 0.080 1.164
22. Wood Processing 0.053 0.079 1.496
23. Wood Structure and Containers 0.053 0.081 1.530
24. Furniture and Fixtures 0.057 0.078 1.378
25. Paper Products and Processing 0.025 0.052 2.113

Other Manufacturing
?6. printing arni Publishing 0.057 0.088 1.532
27. Chemicals 0.029 0.046 1.599
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.023 0.051 2.252
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.037 0.056 1.532
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.029 0.053 1.849
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.027 0.400 1.454
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.091 0.011 1.18F
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.037 0.060 1.595
34. Metal Products 0.033 0.049 1.472
35. Machinery 0.028 0.043 1.548
36. Electrical Equipsant 0.054 0.072 1.331
37. Transportation Equipnent 0.043 0.058 1.347
38. Instruments 0.043 0.058 1.366
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.673 0.086 1.272

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 0.033 0.049 1.475
41. Copr unications 0.032 0.045 1.400
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 0.016 0.028 1.755
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.016 0.026 1.658

Trade
4. -Wholesale Trade 0.108 0.126 1.162
45. Retail Trade 0.103 0.114 1.110

Finance, Tn:;urance, IRal_ Estate
46. "F.i.n.I:. 0.031 0.047 1.513
-- Continued --












Table 7.--Florida employment multipliers, 1970--Continued


Direct Total Type I
Sector Enployment Employment Employment
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $1000) (per $1000)

Services
47. Lodging 0.084 0.109 1.288
48. Personal and Repair Services 0.059 0.075 1.279
49. Business Services 0.083 0.117 1.400
50. -Amusement and Recreation 0.055 0.086 1.567 o
51. Medical Services 0.110 0.122 -1.110
52. Education and Non-Profit Services 0.300 0.317 1.058

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprise 0.128 0.143 1.113
54. State Government Enterprise 0.099 0.122 1.237
55. Local Government Enterprise 0.098 0.115 1.168
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 0.035 0.053 1.503















Table 8.-- Florida employment multiplier, 1963

Direct Total Type I
Sector Emplolment Employment Inployment
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $1000) (per $1000)


Agriculture
i. Agricultural Services 0.077 0.114 1.480
2. Livestock Products 0.088 0.123 1.410
3. Field Crops, Tobacco and Oil Crops 0.087 0.115 1.316
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.087 0.111 1.268
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.088 0.112 1.278
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.088 0.107 1.206
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.077 0.103 1.348

Mining
8. Mining 0.033 0.046 1.387
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.034 0.050 1.489
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.033 0.050 1.502
11. Chanical Fertilizer Mining 0.033 0.048 1.453

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldg., Contr.,
Maint. and Repairs 0.050 0.086 1.733
13. Utilities and Service Construction, Maint. and Re-
pairs 0.050 0.075 1.503

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 0.023 0.071 3.057
15. Fish Processing 0.033 0.083 2.515
16. Frozen Package Foods 0.016 0.065 4.178
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.081 0.115 1.430
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods 0.030 0.064 2.178
19. Tobacco Products 0.063 0.088 1.392
20. Fabric Processing 0.081 0.101 1.247
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.121 0.135 1.116
22. Wood Processing 0.083 0.128 1.551
23. Wood Structure and Containers 0.083 0.124 1.505
24. Furniture uan F'ixtures 0.080 0.112 1.405
25. Paper Products and Processing 0,030 0.065 2,201

Other Manufacturina
26. Printing and Publishing 0.067 0.102 1.533
27. Chemicals 0.031 0.049 1.582
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.024 0.058 2.420
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.031 0.052 1.688
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.038 0.066 1.730
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.024 0.037 1.557
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.127 0.147 1.155
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.042 0.070 1.674
34. Metal Products 0.037 0.054 1.473
35. Machinery 0.040 0.055 1.358
36. Electrical Equipment 0.047 0.065 1.384
37. Transportation Equipment 0.054 0.069 1.277
38. Instruments 0.076 0.095 1.259
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.071 0.087 1.226

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 0.059 0.074 1.344
41. Ccmnunications 0.034 0.047 1.395
42. Electric and Gas Utilties 0.034 0.048 '1.429
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.034 0.055 1.164

Trade
44. wholesale Trade 0.117 0.137 1.174
45. Retail Trade 0.132 0.145 1.098

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F. I.R.E. 0.042 0.061 1.449
-- Continued --














Table 8.--Florida employment multiplier, 1963--Continued

Direct Total Type I
Sector Employment Employment Employment
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $1000) (per $1000)


Services
47. Lodging 0.113 0.137 1.213
48. Personal and Repair Services 0.073 0.092 1.267
49. Business Services 0.057 0.099 1.743
50. Amusement and Recreation 0.072 0.111 1.531
51. Medical Services 0.139 0.153 1.100
52. Education and Non-Profit Services 0.313 0.334 1.068

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprise 0.157 0.186 1.183
54. State Government Enterprise 0.219 0.241 1.104
55. Local Government Enterprise 0.150 0.164 1.091
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 0.042 0.056 1.337








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Table 9 .--Florida income multipliers, 1970


Direct Total Type I
Sector Inc re Income Income
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per >) (per 4)


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 0.360 0.478 1.329
2. Livestock Products 0.436 3.590 1.352
3. Field Crops, Tobacco and Oil Crops 0.430 0.589 1.370
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.430 0..601 1.397
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.431 0.594 1.380
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.429 0.554 1.292
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.380 0.471 1.238

Mining
8. Mining 0.176 0.253 1.438
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.163 0.252 1.706
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.146 0.233 1.595
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining

Construction.
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldg., Constr., Maint.,
and Repairs 0.272 0.440 1.616
13. Utilities and Service Construction, Maintenance and Repairs 0.272 0.400 1.467

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 0.096 0.288 3.003
15. Fish Processing 0.099 0.280 2.818
16. Frozen Package Foods 0.105 0.347 3.295
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.171 0.323 1.882
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods 0.142 0.402 2.820
.19. Tobacco Products 0.222 0.315 1.422
20. Fabric Processing 0.446 0.544 1.218
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.283 0.357 1.259
22. Wood Processing 0.280 0.432 1.540
23. Wood Structures and Containers 0.246 0.416 1.692
24. Furniture and Fixtures 0.305 0.441 1.447
25. Paper Products and Processing 0.220 0.396 1.976

Other Manufacturing
26. Printing anrd publishing 0.377 0.587 1.558
27. Chemicals 0.235 0.356 1.517
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.17285 0.424 12.488
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.200 0.362 1.811
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.244 0.331 1.358
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.431 0.544 1.260
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.250 0.404 1.615
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.224 0.331 1.477
34. Metal Products 0.324 1.474
35. Pechinery 0.220 0.324 1.474
35. Machinery 0.431 0.555 1.289
36. Electrical Equipment 0.336 0.439 1.308
37. Transportation Equipment 0.257 0.363 1.411
38. Instruments 0.361 0.486 1.345
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 0.248 0.353 1.421
41. Ccanunnications 0.234 0.310 1.321
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 0.148 0.241 1.631
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.092 0.163 1.768

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 0.770 0.880 1.142
45. Retail Trade 0.436 0.510 1.171

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 0.198 0.298 1.504

-- Continued --
















able 9.--Florida income multipliers, 1970--Continued


Direct Total Type I
Sector Income Income Income
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $) (per $)


es
Edging 0.296 0.446 1.506
8. Personal and Repair Services 0.276 0.379 1.376
9. Business Services 0.518 0.729 1.407
0. Amusement and Recreation 0.230 0.396 1.721
51. Medical Services 0.568 0.643 1.132
52. Education and Non-Profit Services 1.000 1.113 1.113

ent and Ordnance
deral Government Enterprises 1.376 1.478 1.074
54. State Government Enterprises 0.674 0.832 1.235
55. Local Government Enterprises 0.674 0.797 1.183
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 0.443 0.578 1.305















Table 10.--Florida income multipliers, 1963


Direct Total 1T o I
Sector Income Income Income
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $) (per S)


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 0.229 0.558 2.432
2. Livestock Products 0.944 1.237 1.310
3. Field Crops, Tobacco and Oil Crops 0.940 1.126 1.198
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.943 1.090 1.156
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.944 1.114 1.181
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.954 1.088 1.140
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.247 0.444 1.802

Mining
8. Mining 0.219 0.294 1.345
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.174 0.261 1.500
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.158 0.256 1.619
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.194 0.283 1.460

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldg., Constr., Maint. and
Repairs 0.228 0.439 1.929
13. Utilities and.Service Construction, Maintenance and Repair 0.228 0.374 1.643

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 0.407 0.774 1.900
15. Fish Processing 0.207 0.520 2.505
16. Froze' Package Foods 0.437 0.808 1.849
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.432 0.661 1.530
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods 0.353 0.568 1.608
19. Tobacco Products 0.400 0.542 .1.354
20. Fabric Processing 0.461 0.599 1.298
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.667 0.743 1.114
22. Wood Processing 0.662 0.879 1.328
23. Wood Structures and Containers 0.633 0.820 1.295
24. Furniture and Fixtures 0.594 0.763 1.284
25. Paper Products and Processing 0.378 0.656 1.737

Other Manufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing 0.588 0.822 1.396
27. Chanicals 0.344 0.464 1.347
28. Fertilizers and An. Chmcricals 0.321 0.603 1.878
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.325 0.484 1.486
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.217 0.390 1.799
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.370 0.446 1.207
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.662 0.782 1.181
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.434 0.594 1.370
34. Metal Products 0.892 1.010 1.132
35. Machinery 0.362 0.454 1.251
36. Electrical Equipment 0.442 0.558 1.261
37. Transportation EquipTent 0.630 0.723 1.148
38. Instruments 0.591 0.715 1.210
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.482 0.585 1.213

Utilities and Transportation
. Transportation and Warehousing 0.298 0.403 1.352
41. Communications 0.177 0.242 1.367
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 0.217 0.302 1.395
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.140 0.247 1.769

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 0.754 0.867 1.150
45. Retail Trade 0.913 0.987 1.081

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. .0.193 0.299 1.551

Continued -









Table 10.--Florida income multipliers, 1963--Continued


Direct Total Type 1
Sector Income Income Income
Effect Effect Multipliers
(per $) (per $)

Services
47. Lodging 0.279 0.404 1.448
48. Personal and Repair Service 0.250 0.367 1.468
49. Business Services 0.265 0.480 1.816
50. Amuseent and Recreation 0.236 0.409 1.733
51. Medical Services 0.414 0.488 1.180
52. Education and Non-Profit Services 1.000 1.113 1.113

Government and Ordnance.
53. Federal Government Enterprises 1.094 1.269 1.160
54. State Government Enterprises 1.065 1.187 1.114
55. Local Government Enterprises 0.796 0.876 1.100
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 0.821 0.916 1.116









imports in the economy will be caused by increased final demand in a sector.
This multiplier is important to assess the overall effect of expansion in a
sector on the economy. An increase in imports is a negative effect on the
GNP which offsets the positive effect of an increase in final demand.
Import multipliers for Florida sectors are shown in Tables 11 and 12
for 1970 and 1963. The lower the multiplier, the lower the impact on imports
will be if a sector expands. Some of the lowest import multipliers are in
the agricultural sectors 4, 5, and 6. Services and utilities such as cormuni-
cation and transportation and warehousing also have low import multipliers.
Changes in GNP due to sectoral expansion are inversely related to
import effects. A GNP multiplier per dollar of final demand change can
2
be determined as one minus the import multiplier. Thus, expansion in
sectors such as Sectors 4, 5, and 6 with the lowest import multipliers will
have the greatest effect on GNP all other things equal. Since GNP multipliers
are directly related to the import multipliers, these will not be given
separately here.
In summary, there are various economic indicators which can be used
to analyze the role of economic sectors in the economy. The various
aggregate indicators and multipliers relate to different aspects of economic
welfare. A sector with low multipliers may be important to the economy
because of large numbers of people employed. On the other hand, a sector
with low employment may have high multipliers and hence be important in an
expansionary sense.


THE ROLE OF BASIC AGRICULTURE IN THE ECONOMY


The role of basic agriculture (Sectors 2-7) in the economy may often be
understated using traditional multipliers since they relate expansion only
to changes in final demand (exports, household consumption, etc.). Tradi-



2By definition of GNP and the import m. for a sector,
GNP = EYi mi = ZYi ??[M(I-A)-l]ijYj.
i 13
Therefore, Np -1
1 Z[M(I-A) ik
Yk i ik









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Table 11.--Florida import mutlipliers, 1970


Sector Import Multiplier

Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 0.25277
2. Livestock Products 0.50766
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and Oil Crops 0.28361
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.17553
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.18582
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.15315
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.43551


8. Mining 0.40228
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.23010
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.25186
11. Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.23321

Construction
12. Residential, Public and Private Bldg.,
Constr., Maint. and Repairs 0.33562
13. Utilities and Service Construction,
Maintenance and Repair 0.29076

Food and Wood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 0.62820
15. Fish Processing 0.50105
16. Frozen Package Foods 0.28840
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.37525
18. Bottling, Canning, and Other Prepared
Foods 0.30819
19. Tobacco Products 0.37983
20. Fabric Processing 0.57989
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.55925
22. Wood Processing 0.42805
23. Wood Stiuctures and Containers 0.35050
24. Furniture and Fixtures 0.37371
25. Paper Products and Processing 0.32685

Other Manufacturing
2T. Printing and Publishing 0.20987
27. Chanicals 0.41783
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.39641
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.38643
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.39236
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.55728
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.44687
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.23607
34. Metal Products 0.48186
35. Machinery 0.42646
36. Electrical Equipment 0.39817
37. Transportation Equipment 0.51773
38. Instruments 0.37328
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.49306

Utilities and Transportation
0. Transportation ard yWrehousing 0.22107
41. Communications 0.08411
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 0.28905
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.65430

Continued --










Table 11.--Florida import multipliers, 1970--Continued


Sector


Import Multiplier


Trade
44. Wholesale Trade
45. Retail Trade

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E.

Services
47. Lodging
48. Personal and Repairs
49. Business Services
50. Amusement and Recreation
51. Medical Services
52. Education and Non-Profit Services

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises
54. State Government Enterprises
55. Local Government Enterprises
56. Ordnance Manufacturing


0.1-5538
0.10252


0.13015


0.20657
0.24710
0.21348
0.15952
0.14473
0.13410


0.19073
0.16486
0.19295
0.37734

















Table 12. --Florida import multipliers, 1963


Sector Import Multiplier

Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 0.42765
2. Livestock Products 0.54134
3. Field Crops, Tobacco, and Oil Crops 0.26658
4. Fruits and Nuts 0.18750
5. Vegetables and Sugar 0.23648
6. Forest, Greenhouse and Nursery 0.12881
7. Fishery Products and Forestry 0.48581

Mining
8. Mining 0.40043
9. Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 0.24316
10. Stone and Clay Mining 0.30148
11. Cheaical Fertilizer Mining 0.32681

Construction
12. Residential, Public, and Private Bldg.,
Constr., Maintenance and Repairs 0.36897
13. Utilities and Service Construction, Main-
tenance and Repairs 0.33117

Food and bood Processing
14. Meat and Milk Products 0.65618
15. Fish Processing 0.37442
16. Frozen Package Foods 0.40901
17. Grain and Sugar Products 0.50353
18. Bottling, Canning and Other Prepared Foods 0.43658
19. Tobacco Products 0.37879
20. Fabric Processing 0.60442
21. Apparel and Other Textile Products 0.56370
22. Wodd Processing 0.45343
23. Wood Structures and Containers 0.46271
24. Furniture ard Fixtures 0.43860
25. Paper Products and Processing 0.34397

Other Manufacturinq
26. Printing and Publishing 0.27026
27. Chemicals 0.42320
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.47572
29. Plastics, Rubber and Synthetics 0.37975
30. Drugs, Toiletries and Paints 0.39316
31. Petroleum Refining and Products 0.63648
32. Footwear and Leather Products 0.47133
33. Glass, Stone and Clay Products 0.27616
34. Metal Products 0.53796
35. Machinery 0.47800
36. Electrical Equipnent 0.43244
37. Transportation Equipment 0.56027
38. Instruments 0.38074
39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.46995

Utilities and Transportation
40. Transportation and Warehousing 0.21776
41. Communications 0.07520
42. Electric and Gas Utilities 0.35784
43. Water and Sanitary Utilities 0.65255

-- Continued --











Table 12.--Florida import multipliers, 1963--Continued


Sectors Import Miltipliers


Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 0.15000
45. Retail Trade 0.09830

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 0.14339

Services
47. Lodging 0.13887
48. Personal and Repair Services 0.22553
49. Business Services 0.30470
50. Amusement and Recreation 0.16038
51. Medical Services 0.13525
52. Education and Non-Profit Services 0.15876

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Government Enterprises 0.26224
54. State Government Enterprises 0.22391
55. Local Government Enterprises 0.22089
56. Ordnance Manufacturing 0.50576









tional input-output multipliers thus are not applicable to evaluate expansion
in sales from basic agricultural sectors to processing sectors since this
would not be a change in final demand.
Tables 13 and 14 show the breakdown of basic agricultural sales to
processing and final demand; these numbers are taken from the transaction
table (Appendix Table 4) generated by the input-output model. As Tables 13
and 14 show, some of the basic agricultural sectors sell a large fraction
of their output either back to basic sectors or to processing. Sector 7
(Fishery and Forestry Products) is an example where over ninety percent
of sales go to processing and little to final demand. As Tables 5 and 6
show, Sector 7 also has a low output multiplier; thus some might infer
that Sector 7 is not important to the economy. However, the related process-
ing sectors (Sectors 15 and 22) have large exports and high multipliers. As
Appendix Table 2 shows, Sectors 23 and 25 are also indirectly related to
Sector 7 since these buy a large fraction of their inputs from Sector 22.
Livestock Products and vegetable and sugar also sell large fractions of
their output to processing sectors.
To model the forward linkages between agriculture and processing, we
consider basic agriculture as limiting the output of processing sectors.
Although processing sectors also require some imports, without local basic
agriculture inputs we may hypothesize there would be no processing. The
3
economy is divided into three subsectors (basic agriculture, processing,
and all other sectorE where the output of basic agriculture is exogenous



3We first subdivide the economy into three subsectors:
X = basic agriculture,
X2 = agricultural processing, and
X3 = all other sectors.

The model is X = X + X2 + X3

and X = X1 where X1 is exogeneous

X2 = BX1 where B is a matrix relating processing to basic output
S (See Table 15)

X3 = 33X3 + A31X + A32BX1 + 3





















Table 13.-Florida. sales of basic agriculture to processing sectors ($1,000 current dollars), 1970a


Total sales % of Sales to Processing Total % of Sales to %
Sector to basic ag total sales total final of Total
Sectors 2-7 sales 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 to proc. sales de-and output output

2 30,402 8.0 146,710 218 29 -- 146,957 38.6 187,170 49.0 381,000

3 23,485 17.5 14 10,731 3,539 14,284 10.7 91,453 61.0 134,000

4 0 0 64 23,373 1,729 51,083 -- 76,249 24.0 233,363 73.0 318,000

5 4,640 2.5 28,373 7,412 56,183 91,968 50.0 76,578 42.0 184,000

6 17,905 19.0 4,606 2,066 6,672 7.1 63,173 67.0 94,000

7 79 .4 -- 12,972 120 4,103 17,195 92.1 559 3.0 18.673



For a rore detailed breakdown, see Appendix Table 4.

nu-ber not significant.


























Table 14.-Florida sales of basic agriculture to processing sectors ($1,000 current dollars), 1963a


Total sales of Sles to Processing Total Z of Sales to %
Sectors to basic ag total sales total final of Total
Sectors 2-7 sales 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 to proc. sales demand output output

2 30,892 13.7 90,352 -- -- 508 -- 99,860 40.4 156,826 69.0 225,000

3 23,246 20.4 13 -- 4,308 12,919 -- 17,240 15.1 60,570 53.0 114,000

4 844 .2 414 31,015 441 11,470 4,301 -- 47,641 11.9 384,147 95.0 402,000

5 5,474 3.7 20,449 2,615 11,039 -- 34,103 23.4 122,478 84.0 146,000

6 7,982 11.9 -- -- -- 2,061 2,061 3.1 49,850 74.0 67,000

7 332 1.3 -- 15,617 7 275 -- 7,079 22,978 88.0 12,472 48.0 26,123



aFor a mre detailed breakdown, see Appendix Table 4.

ntrber not significant.








and determines the output of processing. (In contrast to this model, the
usual input-output model would take processing output to be demand deter-
mined exogenously instead of supply determined. Neither model is com-
pletely realistic but in either case simplifying assumptions are required.
For the "all other" sector, demand is divided into sales to "all other,"
sales to "processing," sales to basic," and sales to final demand.
To determine the relationship between processing and basic agricul-
ture, we first use the purchase coefficients matrix (Appendix Table 2) to
identify major relationships between processing and basic agriculture
sectors.4 Table 15 shows the ratios of processing output to basic agri-
cultural outputs for 1970 and 1963 for the major flows. (The difference
in coefficients for the two years is due to disproportionate changes in
relative prices and changes in sales patterns.)


where A.. are submatrices of the Leontief coefficient matrix correspond-

ing to the division of the economy into subsectors. Output for the three
sectors are then determined as X1 = X1

X2 = BX1


X3 = (I-A33)

where X, and Y are exogenous. We may then
as the part of "all other" which is related


1[(A31 + A32 B)X 3
take X = (I-A33)-1A3 + A32B)X,
to basic agriculture


To compute B in the model given in footnote 3, we assume that sales
from sector i to processing sector j are a fixed proportion of output X.
X.. =6..X.
31 13 1
and the usual input-output assumptions that X.. the purchase of i by j, is
proportional to output X.:
X.. = A..X..
j.i 13 J
Combining these relations we obtain a coefficient relating output in basic
and processing sectors: X i
X = A.. /A.. i Xi = ..X..

We estimate i.. by the observed ration of processing to basic output, X.
/Xi.
1 .






Table 15.--Processing output per dollar of basic agriculture output


Process. Sales per dollar basic agriculture output
sector (1970)
Basic 14 15 16 17 18 19 22
sector

2 1.68 --
3 -- 3.07 -- 0.68
4 -- 1.28 -- 2.59
5 -- 2.20 2.24 4.47
6 -- -- -- --- 2.05
7 -- 7.26 -- -- -- -- 10.34

Process. Sales per dollar basic agriculture output
sector (1963)
Basic
secr 14 15 16 17 18 19 22
sector

2 1.84 -- -- --
3 -- -- .96 -- 0.75
4 -- 0.74 -- 1.34
5 -- -2.02 2.76 3.69
6 -- -- -- -- -- .77
7 -- 2.71 -- -- -- 4.54


-- denotes absence of appreciable sales.









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Table 16 .--the role of agriculture in the Florida economy, 1970

% output Employment Personal income Value added
Sector relating to relating to relatirrj to relating to
bas. agriculturea bas. agriculture bas. agriculturea bas. agriculture
($1,000) ($1,000)


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services 100 12,527 53,760 85,606
2. Livestock Products 100 29,080 166,219 126,429
3. Field Crops, Tobacco
and Oil Crops 100 4,551 57,648 61,484
4. Fruits and Nuts 100 28,414 136,914 177,843
5. Vegetables and Sugar 100 22,191 79,266 102,877
6. Forest, Greenhouse and
Nursery 100 9,435 40,354 62,192
7. Fishery Products and
Forestry 100 1,566 7,104 8,099
107,772 (5.6%) 541,265 (4.9%) 624,530

Mining
8. Mining .66 4 32 82
9. Crude Petroleum and
Natural Gas 1.38 17 137 480
10. Stone and Clay Mining 5.36 147 1,034 4,125
11. Chanical Fertilizer
Mining 6.32 94 693 2,755
62 (0%) 1,896 (0%) 7,442 (0%)

Construction
12. Residential, Public and
Private Bldg., Constr.,
Maint. and Repairs 1,04 1,211 8,630 12,993
13. Utilities and Service
Construction, Mainten-
ance and Repair ,46 269 1,914 3,536
1,480 ( .1%) 10,544 .1%) 16,529

Food and -bod Processing
14. Meat and Miirl products 100 9,536 61,609 109,293
15. Fish Processing 100 3,365 13,464 33,351
16. Frozen Package Foods 100 6,537 42,786 144,815
17. Grain and Sugar Pro-. 100 10,217 7u0,j7 159,583
18. Bottling, Canning and
Other Prepared Foods 100 20,397 117,184 255,191
1. tobacco o Products 100 5,436 20,252 43,828
20. Fabric Processing 3.24 164 751 491
21. Apparel and Other Textile .21 46 189 234
22. Wood Processing 100 10,186 54,158 68,514
23. Wood Structures and
Containers 100 3,450 16,065 26,138
24. Furniture and Fixtures .47 48 259 364
25. Paper Products and Proc. 100 17,405 142,302 249,125
867787 (4.5%) 539,656 (4.8%) 1,090,927

Other Manufacturing
26. Printig arid publishing 9.87 2,554 16,779 20,923
27. Chemicals 21.12 1,036 8,492 11,323
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chan. 15.99 1,041 7,829 11,124
29. Plastics, Rubber and
Synthetics 10.69 1,157 8,980 12,597
30. Drugs, Toiletries and
Paints 1.05 33 232 431
31. Petroleum Refining and
Products 2.33 28 254 267
32. Footwear and Leather
Products .16 6 26 25
33. Glass, Stone and Clay
Products 9.84 1,638 10,935 20,608
34. Metal Products 8.74 2,316 15,586 24,316
35. Machinery 1,07 214 1,686 3,197
36. Electrical Equipncnt .47 143 1,146 1,145
37. TransI~Irtation Ituip. .17 54 420 421
38. Instruments .53 19 115 213
39. Miscellaneous Manufact. 1.97 96 514 465
10,33 ( .5%) 72,994 ( .7%) 107,055 (
-- Continued -





Table 16.--The role of agriculture in the Florida econcra, 1970--Continued


% output aEployment Personal income Value added
Sector relating to a relating to relating to relating to
bas. agriculture bas. agriculture bas. agriculture bas. agriculture
($1,000) ($1,000)

Utilities and Transrorta-
tion
40. Transportation and
Warehousing 7.13 5,718 43,043 101,179
41. Canmunications 2.00 864 6,236 20,854
42. Electric and Gas Util. 4.87 763 7,154 24,127
43. Water and Sanitary Util. 4.55 87 508 1,303
7,43 ( .4%) 56,941 ( .5%) 147,463 (.8%)

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade 10.86 14,566 103,496 89,894
45. Retail Trade .87 3,827 16,166 28,307
18,393 (1.0%) 119,662 (1.1%) 118,201 ( .6%)

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
46. F.I.R.E. 2.42 3,391 21,731 75,433
3,391 ( .2%) 21,731 ( .2%) 75,433 ( 4%)

Services
47. Lodging .34 223 784 1,325
48. Personal and Repair Serv. 2,03 1,333 6,281 13,442
49. Business Services 10,97 10,386 64,728 54,276
50. Amuserent and Recreation ,43 129 543 1,228
51. Medical Services ,12 101 524 669
52. Education and Non-Profit
Services .62 442 1,475 981
1,14 ( .7%) 74,335 ( .7%) 71,921 ( .4%)

Government and Ordnance
53. Federal Goverment Enter-
prises 1,36 272 2,919 1,293
54. State Goverrnent Enter-
prises ,89 36 243 197
55. Local Goverment Enter-
prises ,33 53 363 290
56. Ordnance Manufacturing ,06 7 95 95
368 (0%) 3,620 (0%) 1,875 (0%)

Total relating to agriculture 248,834 (13%) 1,442,644 (13%) 2,261,376 (11.9%)

Basic agriculture 107,772 (5.6%) 541,265 (4.9%) 624,530 (3.3%)

rictio of total to basic 2.61 2.96 4.20


percent of total given in Table 1A.

percent of total given in Table 2A.












Table 17.--Tec role of agriculture in the Florida economy, 1963

% output Dnploynmnt Personal incare Value added
relating to relating to relating to relating to b
sector bas. agriculture bas. agriculture bas. agriculture bas. agriculture
($1,000) ($1,000)


SI.Agricultural Services
2. Livestock Products
3. Field Crops, Tobacco
and Field Crops
4. Fruits and Nuts
5. Vegetables and Sugar
6. Forest, Greenhouse
and Nursery
7. Fishery Products and
Forestry


Mining
8. Mining
9. Crude Petroleum and
Natural Gas
10. Stone and Clay Mining
11. Chemical Fdrtilizer
Mining


Construction
12. Residential, Public and
Private Bldg., Constr.,
Maint. and Repairs
13. Utilities and Service
Construction, Maintenance,
and Repair


Food and Wood Processing
14. tat and Milk Processing
15. Fish Processing
16. Frozen Package Foods
17. Grain and Sugar Prod,
13. oQttlig, Caminiy aiu
Other Prepared Foods
19. Tobacco Products
20. Fabric Processing
21. Apparel and Other Text.
22. Wood Processing
23. tood Structures and
Containers
24. Furniture and Fixtures
25. Paper Products and Proc.


Other Manufacturing
26. Printing and Publishing
27. Chemicals
28. Fertilizers and Ag. Chem.
29. Plastics, Rubber and
Synthetics
30. Drugs, Toiletries and
Paints
31. Petroleum Refining and
Products
32. Footwear and Leather
Products
33. Glass, Stone and Clay
Products
34. Metal Products
35. Machinery
36. Electrical Elquipiyent
37. Transportation BEquip.
38. Instrnumnts
39. Miscellaneous Minufact.


3.44

.84
6.39

3.95





.77


.83



100
100
100
100

100
100
4.45
.08
100

100
.34
100



10.85
16,24
11.29

7.05

1.20

2.02

.11

8.90
8.20
.59
.38
.25
1.35
2.81


8,174
19,701

9,934
35,145
12,772

5,920

2,002
93,648


24

2
96

117
239


(7.7%)


359
859 (.1%)


9,558
2,330
4,633
8,902

15,843
5,442
104
8
9,803

2,757
26
14,207
373,53 (6%)


1,813
415
898

624

23

12

2

1,096
1,337
41
48
38
48
85
6,480


24,422
212,502

107,151
379,081
137,766

63,931

6,442
931,295


135

11
853

683
1,682




2,285


1,642



43,592
5,456
22,587
43(056

62,606
16,212
350
24
31,002

8,736
98
86,718
320,437


(13.4%)


(.1%)

















(4.6%)


8,957
2,360
4,763

3,483

104

63

7

4,932
6,664
215
294
221
261
327
(.5%) 32,651 (.5%)

Continued --


34,969
56,413

58,626
264,456
86,875

48,911

8,933
559,183


345

36
2,987

1,823
5,191


(6.2%)


(.1%)


4,068


3,553
7,621


16,308
6,929
13,380
26,970

61,400
19,446
191
13
16,007

5,012
64
80,926
246,646


6,936
2,849
3,070

4,475

184

40

4

5,511
2,574
249
291
121
209
282
26,795


(.1%)
















(2.7%)


(.3%)













Table 17.-The role of agriculture in the Florida economy, 1963-Continued


% output Dnployimnt Personal incaxe Value added
Sector relating to relating to relating to relating to
bas. agriculture bas. agriculturea bas. agriculturea bas. agriculture
($1,000) ($1,000)


Utilities and Transporta-
tion
40. Transportation and
Warehousing
41. Ccrnunications
42. Electric and Gas Util.
43. Water and Sanitary Util.


Trade
44. Wholesale Trade
45. Retail Trade


Finance, Insurance, Real
Estate
46. F.I.R.E.


Services
47. Lodging
48. Personal and Repair Ser.
49. Business Services
50. Amusenent and Recreation
51. Medical Services
52. Education and Non-Profit
Services


Goverrn ent and Ordnances
53. Federal Government Enter-
prises
54. State Government Enter-
prises
55. Local uovenment Enter-
prises
56. Ordnance manufacturingg


Total relating to agriculture

Basic agriculture


1L 28
2.50
4.55
7.77



10.37
.93




2.89



.49
2.30
12.53
.62
.22

.64


5,925
627
499
115
7,166 (.6%)


9,813
2,627
12,447 (1%)



2,568
2,568 (.2%)


255
1,216
5,747
126-
91

173
7,608 (.6%)



199

82

43
4
328 (0%)


204,919 (16.7%)

93,648 (7.7%)


32,199
3,292
3,203
476
39,170


63,528
18,173
81,701 (1.2%)



11,760
1,760- ( .2%)


630
4,192
26,787
412
271

552
32,844 (.5%)



1,381

399

226
38
2,044 (0%)

1,457,511 (21.1%)

931,295 (13.4%)


65,353
14,950
7,284
816
( .6%) 88,403 (1%)


56,930
15,358
72,288


41,514
41,514 (.5%)


1,427
10,351
37,923
900
487

351
51,439 ( .6%)



598

212

180
18
1,008 (0%)


1,100,088 (12.3%)

559,183 (6.2%)


Ratio of total to basic


aPercent of total given in Table 1B.


1.61








Utilizing division of the economy into three subgroupings (basic
agriculture, processing, and other), and the relationship between basic
and processing sectors, we may reconsider the role of basic agriculture
in the economy. For each sector, we may determine what proportion of
output is due to basic agriculture. Tables 16 and 17 show the calculation
of percent of output for each sector which is related to basic agricul-
ture. For basic agriculture, the proportion is, of course, 100%. For
processing sectors, since we assume basic agricultural inputs are limit-
ing, then 100% of output is related to basic agriculture. For "all other"
sectors, the percent relative to basic agriculture depends on the direct
and indirect demand due to basic agriculture as computed from the model.5
Assuming constant employment-output, income-output, and value added-
output ratios, we may use these same percent in column one of Tables 16
and 17 to calculate employment, income, and value added related to basic
agriculture for nonagricultural sectors.6 The amount due to agriculture
is the percent in column one times employment, income, and value added by
sector from Tables 1 and 2, and 3 and 4. Tables 16 and 17 show the re-
sults of the calculations. For the processing sector, we make the assump-
tion that basic agriculture is limiting and assign all employment in
Sector 14 through 19 and Sector 22 as related to basic agriculture.
Since Sectors 23 and 25 also have substantial inputs from Sector 22,
employment in these is taken to be 100% due to basic agriculture.
After computing employment, income, and value added due to basic



5For an "all other" sector using footnote 3, output related to basic
agriculture sectors X. is
a,=
S[ (I-A3) 1 (A31 A32B) ] X
and Xa/X. is the proportion of output of sector j due to basic agriculture.

6The reasoning using employment in sector j, is

X -=

so
3 V i )EJ
where E.a is agriculture-related employment and E. is total employment in
sector j. The calculations are similar for income and value added.










agriculture by sector, we may sum over sectors to obtain the totals
due to basic agriculture. These are given at the bottom of Tables 16 and
17. Tables 16 and 17 show a.decrease in percentage of total employment
and income related to basic agriculture from 17% in 1963 to 13% in 1970.
The percentage for value added is about the same. However, the absolute
magnitude of value added related to agriculture doubled during this period.
From data in Tables 16 and 17, we may estimate average "multipliers"
relating employment, income, and value added to basic agriculture by taking
ratios of total agriculture-related employment (income, value added) to
basic agricultural employment (income, value added). These ratios are
termed "multipliers" because they express the total employment (income,
value added) in the economy per employee (dollar of income or value
added) in basic agriculture similar to the usual employment (income,
value added) multipliers from an input-output analysis. For 1963, we
obtain an average employment "multiplier" of 2.40, income "multiplier"
of 1.61, and value added "multiplier" of 2.10 for total related to basic.
For 1970, the corresponding numbers are 2.61, 2.96, and 4.20. The change
in the income and value added "multipliers' with near constant basic
employment can be due to disproportionate relative price changes (e.g.,
income and prices in nonbasic sectors have increased more rapidly than in
the basic sectors). The main point, however, is that these multipliers
take forward linkages into account and hence are higher than the traditional
input-output multipliers based on final demand changes alone.

CONCLUSIONS

This study has presented an input-output analysis of the Florida
economy for 1963 and 1970. While complete reliance cannot be placed
on each number in.an input-output analysis, since methodology for both
years is consistent, the analysis is useful to make relative comparisons
and to indicate direction of change. Although trends cannot be accurately
predicted with only two points in time, an indication of the analysis is
that basic agriculture is becoming a relatively smaller share of the
Florida economy with the growth of nonagricultural sectors. On the
other hand basic agriculture accounts for a large share of the economy









in terms of employment, output, and income particularly when forward
linkages to processing sectors and indirect relations to nonagricultural
sectors are considered.
At the same time that the basic agricultural share is declining the
agricultural processing sectors are increasing their shares. Particularly
in Fruit and Nuts and Vegetables and Sugar, movement over the period
1963 1970 is away from direct export of basic agricultural goods toward
an increase in Florida processing. Thus, forward multiplier relationships
between basic agriculture and the rest of the economy are particularly
important for Florida.
A traditional input-output analysis does not include effects related
to forward linkages. A new method of analysis based on a model of forward
linkages (but using input-output technical assumptions and coefficients)
was presented here; this method allows for fuller consideration of the
importance of basic agriculture. Results show that employment, income,
and value added multipliers derived this way for basic agriculture are
larger than those derived when forward linkages are ignored.































APPENDIX A

Data and Methods















APPENDIX A

Data Sources and Methods


This appendix will give in detail the sources of data
on output, employment, income, final demand, and coefficients
for the sectors used in our model.


Agriculture


1. Employment -- total from Census of Population [16,17,18,19].
Employment for each subsector is estimated
using output for each subsector. Employment
for "Agricultural Services" and "Fishery
Products and Forestry" are from County Business
Patterns [19,20,21,22].

2. Output -- value of all farm products sold; from U.S.
Statistical Abstract [45,46]. The output of
"Agricultural Services" and "Fishery Product
and Forestry" are estimated using employment.

3. Income -- "realized net farm income." from State
Farm Income Statistics [41,42], this is the
income of Farm Operators (not including Agri-
cultural Services and Fishery Product and
Forestry). Income for each subsector is esti-
mated using income per unit output. Income
for "Agricultural Services" and "Fishery Product
and Forestry" are from County Business Patterns
[20,21,22,23].










4. Location quotients --because accurate employment
figures for Sector 2-6 are not available, the
location-quotient ratios for these sectors
are computed as follows:
r Q = output
i E = employment
n r = regional
L-Q = i n = national
r i = sector i
(i=2 to 6)
En

For all other sectors, relative employment ratios
are used for location quotients.


Mining

1. Employment -- from County Business Patterns [21, 23].

2. Output -- from Minerals Yearbook [47, 48], total output
for Florida. Employment by subsector is used
to estimate output for subsectors.
3. Income -- from County Business Patterns [21, 23].


Construction
1. Employemnt -- total is from County Business Patterns
[21, 23]. An output ratio (see below) is used to
estimate employment for each subsector.
2. Output -- new construction figure from Florida
Statistical Abstract [51, 52]. The ratio [44, 43]
U. S. maintenance and repair construction
U.S. new construction
is used to divide this total for subsectors.
3. Income -- total is from Counry Business Patterns [21, 23]
the above ratio is used to estimate income for
each subsector.









Manufacturing


1. Employment -- from County Business Patterns [21,23].

2. Output -- from Annual Survey of Manufacturers [28,29].

3. Income -- from County Business Patterns [21,23].


Transportation and Utilities, Trade and Services


1. Employment -- from County Business Patterns [21,23].

2. Output -- national output per employee is to estimate
the output. National output data are from
Business Income Tax Returns-Statistics of
Income [48,49]. National employment data are
from County Business Patterns-U.S. Summary [20,22].

3. Income --- from County Business Patterns [21,23].

4. For "Educational and Nonprofit Services" no national
output information is available. Income is
from County Business Patterns [21,23]. We assume
that output is equal income for nonprofit services.


Wholesale and Retail Trade


1. Output -- National gross margins are used to estimate
state margins. Gross margin = total sales -
costs of goods sold (from Business Income Tax
Returns [49,50]. Total state wholesale trade
and total national wholesale trade figures are
from Census of Wholesale Trade [36,37,38,39].

total state sales
State sales at margin=gross margin X total nat'1 sales

2. Employment -- from County Business Patterns [21,23].


3. Income -- from County Business Patterns [21,23].








Federal Government Enterprise -- Post Office Only


1. Employment -- from Census of Population [16,17,18,19].

2. Output -- U.S. post office receipts from Governmental
Finance [30,21]. This is multiplied by
Fla. FG post office employment
U.S. FG post office employment
to estimate output for Florida.

3. Income -- total annual federal payroll in Florida from
Individual Firm Listing of Firms lowered by Unem-
ployment Compensation Law [2,3]. Multiply by
Fla. post office employment
Fla. total FG employment


Local Government Enterprise


1. Employment -- Florida total employment figure from
U.S. Statistical Abstract [45,46].Multiplied by
the ratio
U.S. LG enterprise employment
U.S. LG total employment
is used to estimate Florida LG enterprise
employment (U.S. data are from Census of Govern-
ment [26,27]).

2. Output-- total revenue for Florida from Local Govern-
ment Finance [30,31]. The ratio
Fla. LG enterprise employment
Fla. total employment
is used to estimate the output of LG enterprise.

3. Income -- Florida LG employment is multiplied by LG
income per employee (from Florida Statistical
Abstract [50,51].


State Government Enterprise


1. Employment -- the ratio






49


LG enterprise employment
LF enterprise output

is used to estimate state government employment
from output.

2. Output -- state government enterprise revenue (in-
cluding highway, miscellaneous, commercial,
others), from Census of Government [28,29].

3. Income -- the ratio is used to estimate state govern-
ment income.
LG enterprise income
LG enterprise employment


Final Demand


The state final demand is from State Projections of the
Gross National Product, 1970, 1980 [12] and State Estimates
of the Gross National Product, 1947, 1958, 1963 [ 8]. Final
demand is expressed in current dollars.


Input-Output Coefficients


Florida coefficients were derived from national coeffi-
cients. U.S. coefficients were available on tape from the
Department of Commerce, OBE for 367 sectors [43,44]. These sectors
were aggregated to obtain the 56 sectors used here. A location
quotient method similar to that presented by Shaffer and Chu
[11] was used to obtain Florida coefficients from the national
coefficients.































APPENDIX B

Definitions









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors


OBE Industries Included


Agriculture
1. Agricultural Services


2. Livestock Products




3. Field Crops, Tobacco &
Oil Crops




4. Fruits and Nuts

5. Vegetables and Sugar


6. Forest, Greenhouse and
Nursery

7. Fishery Products and
Forestry


Mining
8. Mining (ferrous and non-
ferrous)



9. Crude Petroleum and
Natural Gas

10. Stone and Clay Mining


11. Chemical Fertilizer
Mining


Agricultural, forestry, and
fishery services.

Dairy farm products.
Poultry and eggs.
Meat animals and miscel-
laneous livestock products.

Cotton.
Food feed grains and grass
seeds.
Tobacco.
Oil bearing crops.

Fruits and tree nuts.

Vegetables, sugar, and
miscellaneous crops.

Forest, greenhouse. and
nursery products.

Forestry and fishery products.




Iron and ferroalloy ores
mining.
Nonferrous metal ores mining.
Coal Mining.

Crude petroleum and natural
gas.

Stone and clay mining and
quarrying.

Chemical and fertilizer
mineral quarrying.


-- Continued --


Sector









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


OBE Industries Included


Construction
12. Residential, Public
and Private Building,
Construction, Main-
tenance, and Repair




13. Utilities and Service
Construction, Mainten-
ance, and Repair





Manufacturing
56. Ordnance Manufacturing

14. Meat and Milk Products






15. Fish Processing



16. Fresh and/or Frozen
Package Food

17. Grain and Sugar Products


New construction, residential
buildings.
New construction, nonresiden-
tial buildings.
New construction, all other.
Maintenance and repair con-
struction.

New construction, public
utilities.
New construction, highways,
all other.
Maintenance and repair con-
struction.



Ordnance and accessories.

Meat products.
Creamery butter.
Cheese, natural and processed.
Condensed and evaporated milk.
Ice cream and frozen desserts.
Fluid milk.

Canned and cured sea foods.
Fresh or frozen packaged
fish.

Frozen fruits and vegetables.


Flour and.cereal preparations.
Prepared feeds for. animals
and fowls.
Bakery products.
Sugar.
Confectionery and related
products.


-- Continued --


Sector









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


OBE Industries Included


18. Bottling, Canning and
Other Prepared Foods




















19. Tobacco Products

20. Fabric Processing








21. Apparel and Other
Textile Products


22. Wood Processing


Canned and cured sea foods.
Pickles, sauces, and salad
dressings.
Confectionery and related
products.
Alcoholic beverages.
Bottled and canned soft
drinks.
Flavoring extracts and
sirups, n.e.c.
Cottonseed oil mills.
Soybean oil mills.
Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c.
Animal and marine fats and
oils.
Roasted coffee.
Shortening and cooling oils.
Manufactured ice.
Macaroni and spaghetti.
Food preparations, n.e.c..

Tobacco manufactures.

Broad and narrow fabrics,
yarn and thread mills.
Miscellaneous textile goods
and floor coverings.
Knit apparel mills.
Knit fabric mills.
Miscellaneous fabricated
textile products.

Hosiery.
Apparel made from purchased
materials.

Logging camps and logging
contractors.
Sawmills and planing mills,
general.
Hardwood dimensions and
flooring.


-- Continued --


Sector









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


OBE Industries Included


22. Wood Processing
(Continued)




23. Wood Structures and
Containers


24. Furniture and Fixtures


25. Paper Products and
Processing

26. Printing and Publishing

27. Chemicals




28. Fertilizers and Agricul-
tural Chemicals.

29. Plastics, Rubber and
Synthetics



30. Drugs, Toiletries, and
Paints.


31. Petroleum Refining and
Products

32. Footwear and Leather
Products


Special product sawmills,
n.e.c.
Millwork.
Veneer and plywood.
Wood preserving.

Prefabricated wood structures.
Wood products, n.e.c.
Wooden containers.

Household furniture.
Other furniture and fixtures.

Paper and allied products.


Printing and publishing.

Industrial organic and
organic chemicals.
Miscellaneous chemical
products.

Fertilizers.
Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c.

Plastics and synthetic
materials.
Rubber and miscellaneous
plastics products.

Drugs, cleaning and toilet
preparatuibs.
Paints and allied products.

Petroleum refining and re-
lated industries.

Leather tanning and indus-
trial leather products.
Footwear and other leather
products.


-- Continued --


Sector









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


OBE Industries Included


33. Glass, Stone, and Clay
Products

34. Metal'Products












35. Machinery


















36. Electrical Equipment


Glass and glass products.
Stone and clay products.

Primary iron and steel manu-
facturing.
Primary nonferrous metals
manufacturing.
Metal containers.
Heating, plumbing, and
fabricated structural
metal products.
Screw machine products, bolts,
nuts, etc. and metal stampings.
Other fabricated metal products.

Engines and turbines.
Farm machinery.
Construction, mining, oil
field machinery equipment.
Materials handling machinery
and equipment.
Metal working machinery and
equipment.
Materials handling machinery
and equipment.
Special industry machinery
and equipment.
General industrial machinery
and equipment.
Office, computing and account-
ing machines.
Service industry machines.

Electric transmission and
distribution equipment and
electrical industrial appa-
ratus.
Household appliances.
Electric lighting and wiring
equipment.
Radio, television, and com-
munication equipment.
Electronic components and
accessories.
Miscellaneous electrical
machinery, equipment and
supplies.


-- Continued --


Sector








Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


Sector


37. Transportation Equipment





38. Instruments






39. Miscellaneous Manufacturing

Transportation and Utilities
40. Transportation and Ware-
housing

41. Communications

42. Electric and Gas Utilities


43. Water and Sanitary Utilities

Trade
44. Wholesale Trade

45. Retail Trade

46. F.I.R.E.



Service
47. Lodging

48. Personal and Reapir Services


OBE Industries Included

Motor vehicles and equip-
ment.
Aircraft and parts.
Other transportation
equipment.

Professional, scientific
and controlling instru-
ments and supplies.
Optical, ophthalmic and
photographic equipment
and supplies.

Miscellaneous manufacturing.



Transportation and ware-
housing.

Communications.

Electric utilities.
Gas utilities.

Water and sanitary services.



Wholesale trade.

Retail trade.

Finance and insurance.
Real estate and rental.



Hotels and lodging places.


Advertising.


-- Continued --









Detailed Classification of Input-Output Sectors--Continued


Sector


48. Personal and Repair Services
(Continued)



49. Business Services



50. Amusement and Recreation

51. Medical Services




52. Education and Non-Profit
Services

Government Enterprises
53. Federal Government Enter-
prises

54. State Government Enterprises

55. Local Government Enterprises

56. Ordnance Manufacturing


OBE Industries Included


Miscellaneous professional
services.
Automobile repair and
services.

Business services.
Business travel, enter-
tainment and gifts.

Amusements.

Doctors and dentists.
Hospitals.
Other medical and health
services,

Educational services.
Non-profit organizations.



Federal government enter-
prises.

State government enterprises.

Local government enterprises.

Ordnance and accessories.








DEFINITIONS OF COMPONENTS OF FINAL DEMAND EXCEPT EXPORT


Personal Consumption Expenditures


Personal consumption expenditures reflect the market
value of goods.and services purchased by individuals and
nonprofit institutions or acquired by them as income in kind.
The rental value of owner-occupied dwellings is included, but
not the purchases of dwellings. Purchases are recorded at
cost to consumers, including excise or sales taxes, and in
full at the time of purchase whether made with cash or on
credit. The nonprofit institutions included are those
rendering services principally to individuals.


Net Inventory Change


Net inventory change represents the value of the increase
in the physical stock of goods held by the business sector
valued in current period prices. These inventories are in
three stages of production: raw materials, semifinished
goods, and finished goods ready for sale or shipment. An in-
ventory increase is regarded as investment because it repre-
sents production not matched by current consumption; an inven-
tory decrease is regarded as "negative investment" because it
reflects consumption in excess of current production.


Capital Accumulation (Fixed Investment)


Fixed investment.measures additions to and replacements
of private capital brought about through net acquisitions by
businesses and non-profit institutions of durable equipment
and structures for business and residential purposes.









Federal Government Purchases of Goods and Services


Federal Government purchases of goods and services consists
of total Federal purchases for national defense and other
purchases (non-defense). National defense purchases include
those for Department of Defense military functions, military
assistance to other nations, development and control of atomic
energy, and stockpiling of strategic materials. Non-defense
purchases include outlays for space research and technology,
the purchase of agricultural commodities under price support
programs, and investment of government enterprises such as TVA
and the U.S. Postal Service.


State and Local Government Purchases of Goods and Services


State and Local Government purchases of goods and services
are divided into seven basic functional categories: education;
highways; hospitals, health, and sanitation; natural resources;
local parks and recreation; public enterprises (capital outlay
only is counted); and a residual category which includes ex-
penditures to general government operations.














Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Social and Economic
Statistics Administration, Dictionary of Economic and Statisti-
cal Terms, November 1972.



































APPENDIX C

APPENDIX TABLES















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AIYl'nlix T)ble l---7tiotil technical cx.ffiicients, 1070

SECTnP I SECTOF 7 Sf crno sfC'rOI a CT(L. 0 SECTrOR T t.iCTOR 7 F-CTOr 0


I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.01270 0.CJ30'0 C.lC4e 0 .'00fl 1 0.00760 0.02300 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.06J340 0.1J13 0. 0640 0.00430 0.ro'l.'O 0.02710 0.04150 0.0
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil C:ops 0. 11730 0.27170 1.C?27o0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
A Fruits & Nuts 0.03530 C.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables 6 Su.ar : 0.0C3170 0.00180 0.0 0.0 0.032'.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery C.00550 0.0 0.0 0.01720 0.1'(.0 0.07070 0.Os500 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.01750 0.0
SHMining 0.00010 0.01010 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00060 0.0 0. 11?C
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020
tO Stone & Clay Mining 0.0 0.00310 0.00470 0.00).'0 0.00300 0.o00o16 0 C. O.oo10
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 0.0 C.00050 0.00010 0.004CJ 0.00010 0.0 0.00110
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bldg. 0.0 0.00760 0.0140C 0.01240 0.0.C0 'O 0.009?0 0.0 0.01050
13 Util. & Serv. Conatr., Maint. 0.0 0.0 3.0 0.0 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 0
14 Meat &.Milk Products 0.0 0.00030 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0
1. Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
If Frozen Package Foods 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.01430 C.10510 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
3I. Bottling. Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
?0 Fabric Processing 0.01870 0.00030 0.00210 0.00150 0.00800 0.03210 0.03060 0.00310
21 Apparel & Other Textile Frod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.3
22 Wood Processing Q.0 C.0 Co. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00550
23 Wood Structures & Containers O.0044O 0.C0120 0.00010 0.07C70 0.01620 0.00010 0.0 0.0
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
25 Paper Products 6 Proccssing 0.060oo 0.00060 0.0 0.0 0.0010 0.00250 .000010 0.00020
2f Printing & Publishing .00010 0.00070 0.00033 0.00070 0.00030 0.00070 C.00020 0.OOCIO
?7 Chemicals 0.0 0.00120 0.03170 0.01740 0.1 45C 0.006O 0.00110 0.01060
28 Fertilizers and Ag. Chemicals 0.00770 0.00120 0.0970 0. 05450 o.0.17"0 0.01400 0.00030 0.0
29. Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.0 0.00120 C.00I64, 0.00340 0.0070 0 0.00760 0.002o 0 0.00760
3C Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.0 0.0040O C.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.00130 0.0
31 Petroleum.Refining & Prod. 0.001n0 0.00O50 O.C3730 0.C 14t 0.01470 0.01900 0.01040 0.00f80
32 Footwear & Leathvr Products 0.00030 0.00030 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Products 0.00010 0.00030 0.00050 0.0090 0.007.0 0.0 760 0.00020 0.00230
34 Metal Products 0.C0040 0.70240 O.00.002C 10 0.30110 0.301.10 0.02470 0.0317C
35 Machinery 0O.co0oo 0.004.0 c.012740 .co!0o0 o.30o10 o0.0oo0r 0.00120 0.03770
3C Electrical Equipment 0.0 0.00040 0.001 O 0.00100 C.'00"0 0.00110 0.00000 0.00too
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00040 C. 0020 0.00050 0.0004 3 0.00 40 .000 0.00920 0.001.10
38 Instruments 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 C.O 0.0 0.00010 0.00010
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.0 0.00010 0.000o1 0.00010 0.10010 0.00010 0.00220 0.00510
40 Trans. & Warehousing 0.01000 0.07'2250 0.016C 01000 0.1 370 0 0 37 0.0 0.02060 0.C )90
&t Communications 0.0 0.0CZ50 C.006; 0.00200 0.00131 0.00340 0.0 0.00150
42 Electric & Cas Utilities 0.00000 0.00300 0.00220 0.00J30 0.007P0 0.000 0. ,0 .00030 0. 2360
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.0 0c.00070 0.0046, 0.00470 0.03070 0. O00.0 0.0 0.00060
44 Wholesalb Trade 0.C0760 0.02460 0.03510 0.0-'40 0.03(2f 0.037.10 0.02033 0.01570
45 Retail Trade 0.00300 O.Cl980 0.02003 0.01.100 0.00970 0.00700 0.00440 0.00170
a4 F.I.R.E. 0.030 0 0.02390 0.099Jo 0CC2' 0 0.04400 0.0215C 0.014OI 0.06720
47 lodging 0.0 C.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
48 Personal & Repairs 0. O00?0 O.00420 0.004 .0 0.0.0o04 0.005'0 0.00280 0.00150
49 Business Services 0.0C052 0.00340 .C04900 0.03430 0.02.410 0.03900 0.00780 0.02810
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.003n0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.0 0.00210 0. Co0o 0.00120 O.000cO 0.03120 0.0 0.C0060
5J Fed. Cov't Enterprises 0.00010 0.00010 0.0001o 0.00030 0.00010 0.00020 0.00020 0.00070
54 State Gov't Enterprlses 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
55 Local Gov't Enterprises 0.0 C0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5E Ordnance ininufacturing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
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Anrcndix Table I .--Nitiowil technical cxraficients, 1970-i-ontimjnl


SrCTr 9 StCTCOn 13 5 CTO 3 I s CrOr. 12 SrCTOr 13 S'-CTOR 14 SECTOR 1'; SECTOR 16
I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 o.001 0..00200 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.6(3760 0.0 0.001O
3 Field Crops, Tob. Oil1 Crops 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.C01O 0.03010 0.00010 C0. 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 0.0 00 0 .0 0.00010 0.0 0.05750
Vegetables & Sugar 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.06980
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0.0 0.0 C.C O.OCCO0 0.00030 00.0 0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.30130 0.0
P Minin 0 0. 0O.C0430 0.00420 C.0. 0.0 0.00030 0.00010 0.0
9 Crude Petroleum & Kitural Cas 0.02490 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
IC Stone & Clay Minlns 0.0 0.02f90 0.00710 0.0030 0.3?240 0..00.0 0.0
I1 Chemical Fertilizer Mninng 0.0 0.06070 C.5950 0.0 0 0. .00010 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bldg. 0.00430 C.00760 O.COIO20 0.00030 C.00030 0.00170 0.00970 0.00350
13 Utll. & Serv. Constr., Maint. 0.0?030 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0 O.C 00 0.0 0..0 0.05870 0.0 0.01350
15 Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.03250 0.00010
It Frozen Package Foods O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01710 0.01210
17 Grain & Sugar Products C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00170 0.00120 0.04130
1s Bottling. Cannlng & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01310 0.06100
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Processirg 0.CC030 0.00560 0.0 0.00310 0.00030 0.00010 0.0 0.0
?1 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00050 0.00060 6.00040 0.000ce 0 .00o'0P
22 Wood Processing 0. 00 0.0 O.001 005320 o.016o 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
?3 Wood Structures & Containers 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.00990 0.00090 0.00030 0.0 0.0
2. Furniture & FIxturts 0.0 0.0. 0.0 0.00140 0.00020 0.0 0.0 0.0
2, Paper Products & Processing 0.00010 O.00P 0. 00430 0.00400 0.00060 0.021H0 0.03070 0.07020
26 Printing & Publishing 0.0 0.C 0.C0000 0.0 C.0 C.0O0,JC 0.00770 0.00290
Z7 Chemicals 0.01090 0.020C0 C.02620 C.00110 0.00230 0.00350 0.00260 0.00)90 *
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00C30 C.0110 C.10140 0.009t10 0.00oC 0.00720 0. ocoo 0.02010
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints O.COO6 O.0 O.C001 O.C0000 O O.C0750 0.00020 0.00030 0.00020
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. C.00220 O.C3150 0. CO40 0.C1730 0.03410 0.002O0 0.0060 0 0.00170
32 Footwear & Leather Products 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
33 Class, Stone Clay Products 0.00550 0.0'070 0.0 0.07400 0.15740 O.00040 0.00370 0.00100
34 M-tal Products 0.01530 0.03CO0 O.CJO 0.142 0..15720 0.00490 0.04340 0.0-S6C
35 Machinery 0.0C840 0.031o 0 C.O1t10 0.02110 0.031 O 0.00!70 0.00270 0.10340
36 Electrical Equipment 0.01140 0.C0750 0.00190 C.02780 0.017/0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
37' Transportation Equipment C0. O.0 0.00040 0.0 0.00010 0.00010 0.0 0.0
3A Instruments- 0.00060 0.0 0.0 0.00430 0.0003J 0.00010 0.00030 0.06030
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00570 0.00311 0.00040 0. 002. 0 0.00080 0.0 0.0 0.0
40 Transportation & Warchousing C.0C970 0.01120 C.ClJ4C 0.C2t O 0.031760 0.0?020 0.05120 0.03350
41 Communications O. Co00 0.OOuO 0.000420 0.003.10 0.0030 0.00320 0.00220 0.00210
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.010I0. 0..;70 0.04?50 0.00050 0.01050 0.00600 0.00300 0.01010
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.C00o o. 0.00150 0.000C 0.0002o 0 0.00020 0.00040 0.00040 0.00090
44 Wholesale Trade 0.00o00 0.1Oc00 .001,70 0.04/70 "O.J3090 0.01600 0.O190o 0.06670
45 Retail Trade O.C0360 0.0070 C.C590 990 0.02210 0.00330 0.C0120 0.00130
46 F.I.R.E. 0.16790 C.C450O 0.04P20 0.01310 0.01330 0.00q00 0.01440 0.01260
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 C.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
ap Personal and Repairs 0.00110 C.00720 0.00090 0.00380 0.00470 0.00430 0.00270 0.00280
49 Business Services 0.02230 0.060 0.03.60 0060 .05840 0.04700 0.01620 0.03470 0.03080
,0 Amusement & Recreation 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 C.3 C.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education and Non-Profit Serv. 0.00C40 0.00020 0.003180 0.0009'0 0.0000 0.00050 0.00040 0.00030
s3 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.00040 000C050 0.00190 0.00030 0.0053C 0.00060 0.000n0 0.00050
.4 State Gov't Euterprises 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.C0030 O.0004 0.00020 0.00060 0.00030
N., Local (;ov't Enterprses 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
s5 Ordnqnce Manufacturing 0. 0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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Api.endi.x TlbIle 1.-- Litonal technlical cocffficients, 1970--ContinuJ.

SFCT'r, 17 SECTOP I 9fCr5 TOR 19 SECTt'P 20 SL CTO 21 S ^.F R 22 SECTOn 23 SVCTOP 24

I Agricultural Service 0.0. 0.0 0.0 0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.00010 .CO 0.0 O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
3 Field Crops. Tob. & Oil Crops O. 11oO0 .C0 0.17700 0.04.10 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.C0020 0.0C?210 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
s Vegetables & Sugir 0.01t"0 O.C']3O 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0.0 C.OS'50 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01070 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 O.Co)hO 0.0 0.0 0.0070 0.08590 0.0 0.0
t Mining C.00060 0.06000 0.00030 0.00060 0.00010 0.00020 0.00040 0.00040
9 Crude Petroleum I. Natural Gas 0.p o0. 0.0 0. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
10 Stone & Clay Mcinin 0.00040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.OC070 0.0
11 Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 00 0 .0 .O0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
IP Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. .O0.100 0.C0330 0.C0090 C.00260 0 .0090 0.00320 0.00350 0.00350
13 Uill. & Serv. Conntr., Maint. O.C O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00160 0.0 0.0
14 Meat & Milk Products O.CC370 0.01330 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0
is Fish Processing C.oo090 0.00060 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
f1 Frozen Package Foods 0.OCO80 0.01040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Grain & Sugar Products C.20400 C.CJ270 0.00010 C.00110 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
)p Bottling, Canning & Other O.OCa43 0.CS0660 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products 0.O 0.0 0.21,50 C.o 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Ce Fabric Processing p.C070v 0.0 0.0 0. 3 "'30 0.36000 0.00120 0.00470 0.05600
21 Arrarel & Other Textile Prod. 0.00o040 0.00050 0.000 O.0v260 0.1500u '. 00100 0.00110 0.Ot120
t? Vood Processing 0.0 0.C0020 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.3J160 0.23470 C0.09J40
p3 cood Structures & Containers 0.0 0.00100 0.00070 0.00050 0.0 0.00520 0.05240 0.01260
24 Furniture &Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0 O.C 0.00050 0.0 0.00220 O.C3,040 0.06440
2c Paper Products & Processing 0.C3120 0.02560 0.01.373 0.C0990 0.00470 0.00J60 0.02',-0 O.CIJ90
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00500 0.01320 0.00430 C.00040 0.00040 0.00020 0.00040 0.00030
27 Chemicals 0.CC210 0.00190 0.30010 0.017900 0.000J0 0.01120 0.01170 0.00170
2( Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0,0C030 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.00030 0.00020 0.00010
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00940 0.00640 0.01670 0.09910 0.C0700 0.00470 0.00890 0.04230
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00840 0.00020 0.CC210 0.00150 0.00010 0.00370 0.00o00 0.01350
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.00300 0.00150 0.00020 0.C0120 0.00OCO 0.00870 0.00290 0.00130
32 Footwear & Leather Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00060 0.C0360 0.00010 0.OC050 0.00070
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Products 0.0 O.CO210 0.0 0.00350 0.0 0.00970 0.01620 0.01130
34 Metal Products 0.006o0 0.ICl00 0.00220 0.00200 0.00o10 0.0n80 0.03370 0.10960
35 Machinery 0.C0240 C.00260 0.00090 0.00570 0.00330 0.00500 0.00640 0.00770
36 Electrical Equipment .0oo00o 0.00010 0.0 0.00050 0.00020 0.00060 0.0020-0 0.00270
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.00090 0.00050 0.002t0
38 Instruments 0.00020 0.00020 0.00010 0.00110 0.00070 0.00040 0.00090 0.00420
3q Miscellaneous M...ufacturtin, 0.00010 0.0 0.03010 0.C0350 O.0l460 0.00050 0.00300 0.00310
40 Transportation & Warehousing 0.3 40 0.C3B70 0.00430 O.C0l450 0.00590 0.0314C 0.03560 0.0ot20
41 Communications 0.OCJO3 0.00130 0.00060 0.C0233 0.00300 0.00210 0.00390 0.00470
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.00690 0.00600 0.00140 O.00P40 0.0033) 0.00460 0.01140 0.00600
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities C.0CO 0 O. COO 0.0CC310 C.C00O 0.00030 3.00020 0.00010 0.00020
44 Wholesale Trade 0.04220 0.07'50 0.C0030 0.02J130 0.02Lo60 0.0.e050 C.04460 0.03550
45 Retail Trade 0.00160 0.00740 0.00190 0.00110 0.00240 0.00230 0.00220 0.00220
46 F.I.R.E. 0.0.1300 C. 0o00 0. 0009;0 0.01200 0.01790 O.O|J3O 0.01400 0.01200
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
4p Personal & Repair 0.0C0440 0.00.9?0 0.002 0. C010.00 00120 0.00400 0.00140 0.00200
49 Business Services 0.03450 C.07420 0.05010 0.01270 0.02110 0.01630 0.02570 0.02990
50 Amusement & Recr'ation 0.0 0.0 0. .0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
62 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.000o' O.CCO. .000 .000 0.00010 00 .0060 0.00010 0.00060 0.00070
53 Fed. Gov't Enteiprises 0.00130 0.00060 0,00170 0.000'0 0.00230 0.000C0 0.00000 0.00120
S4 State Gov't Enterprises 0.00010 0.00020 0.0 0.00100 C.0 0.00020 0.0 0.0
5. Local Cov't Enterprises 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Manufancturkng 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.00030 0.00140
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AI.'Yndlix Tablc l.--M1tionl] tochnicil coofficienLs, 1970--C xtinuce


FECTrP ?5 SECTOr 25 S.CTOC 77 ScCTOR 28 SyECIOR 29 SFCTOR 30 SFCTOR 31 SECTOR 32

I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00070 0.0 0.00270
3 Field Crops, Tub. & O1i Crops 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0 C.OOJ60 0.0 00 *
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 C.C 0.C. C.O O*C 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.0 0.0 0.00160 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0. 0 .0 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 O.CC000 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.0
p Mining 0.00290 0.0 0.00300 O.C 0.03170 0.000.10 0.00040 0.00040
9 Crude Petroletmo & Natural (;C 0.o C.0 0.00;'30 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.4 7fl0 0.0
10 Stone, & Clay flllin.g 0.00240 0.0 0 .00,10 0.00,70 0.00030 0.00130 0.00230 O.C
11 Ch"emial Fortilrler Mining 0.00110 C.C O.CI0PO C.0550 0.00050 0.00080 0.0 0.0
12. Rosid., Pub. & Private Bldg. 0.00570 0.C0.40 0.03700 0.00410 0.00450 0.00370 0.01350 0.00140
13 Util. &.Serv. Constr., Miint. 0.00040 0.0 0.0 0.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
14 Meat & Milk Products C.0 C.0 0.0060 0 0. 0.00020 0.00090 0.0 0.04870
I1 Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 O.C C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
If Frozen Iackage Foods 0.0 0.0 0.00070 .0C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Grain and Sguar Products 0.00490 C.O 0.00130 0.00130 0.0 0.00650 0.0 0.00020
IA Bottling, Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.00040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products" 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Frocessing O.CO'40 0.00400 0.C050 0.- 0400 0.0358P 0.00060 0.0 0. 05A20
21 Apparel 6 Other Textile Prod. 0.00070 C.00300 0.00020 0.00030 0.00120 0.0003C 0.0C'10 0.00500
22 Wood Proce;sing 0.04810 0.00030 0.00210 0.C0020 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.00290
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.00210 0.0 C.C0050 0.00020 0.C0190 0.00040 0.0 0.00590
24 Furniture L Fixtures 0.000 00100 0.0 0.0 0.CO040 0.0 0.0 0.00030
25 Paper Products & Processing 0..20370 0.145000 0.01160 0.02980 0.02830 0.02.000 0.00590 0.01800
26 Printing 6 Publishing 0.00720 0.15730 C.00020 O.C0010 0.00040 0.00180 0.00010 0.00060
27 Chemlrals 0.03150 0.01720 0.15340 0.25130 0.15020 0.11920 0.02310 0.01120
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.00020 0.00930 0.21550 0.00010 0.00270 0.0 0.00010
29 Plastics, Rubber & Syntihtics C02;'20 0.001'00 0.03490 0.01120 0.17220 0.04610 0.00230 0.069B0
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00140 C.00070 0.01710 C.00620 0.00600 0.09340 0.00360 0.00O60
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.00550 0.00170 0.09480 0.00(10 0.00610 0.00610 0.06840 0.00120
32 Footwear & Leather Prcducts 0.OOCl0 C.00010 0.00010 0.0 0.00130 0.0 0.0 0.10380
33 Glass. Stone. & Clay Products 0.00140 0.0 C.02)30 0.C0290 0.00470 0.01380 0.00220 0.00010
34 Metal Products 0.01300 0.01210 O.03600 0.02140 0.01720 0.03,9C 0.00570 0.01630
35 Machinery 0.00600 0.00150 0.001 .00 0.002'0 0.00870 0.00140 0.00320 0.00450
36 Electrical Equipment C. C0060 0.00050 0.00130 0.00010 0.03110 0.00050 0.00040 0.00070
37 Transportation Fquipmient 0.0 0.C0010 C.00000 0.C 0.00300 0.00020 0.00010 0.00010
31 Instruments 0.00140 0.00790 0.C00c0 0.00040 0.00090 0.00340 0.00070 0.00270
39 Miscilluneous minufacturlng O.0100" 0.00160 0.00250 0.C0020 0.00480 0.00310 0.00050 0.00770
40 Transportation & Warehou-fng 0.03340 0.01090 0 C0330 0.03550 0.01510 0.01490 0.05150 0.01230
41 Conmmlncations 0.00O30 0.01070 0.00372 C.00?40 0.00400 0.00430 0.00090 0.00380
42 Electric & Cas Utilities 0.01410 0.00490 0.C?090 0.010030 0.0 .00 0.010 00 0.500 0.00510
43 Water & Sanitary JUtllitie 0.00210 0.0030 0.060170 0.00020 0.0070 0.00040 0.00130 0.00050
44 tholesalc Trade 0.027 0 0.01Q30 0.02030 0.01980 C.02460 0.02120 0.01080 0.04A80
A4 Retail Trade 0.00110 C.00430 0.00200 0.00110 0.00600 0.C0770 0.00040 0.003170
46 F.I.R.E. 0.01690 0.C0710 0.02730 0.02050 0.01860 0.03250 0.03260 0.02010
47 Lodging 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
4P Personal & Repairs O.OCT70 C0.0030 0.00163 0.C0120 0.00210 0.00510 0.00100 0.00150
A4 Business Services 0.02440 0.C5290 0.03540 0.02450 0.0350 0.14740 0.02990 0.03000
50 Amajement & Recrtation O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 education 6 Non-Profit Serv. 0.00 050 O.CC010 0.00070 0.0n000 0.00070 0.00150 0.00020 0.00100
53 F(d. Cov't Enterprises 0.00070 0.C1190 0.00000 0.C0420 0.00070 0.00150 0.00060 0.00270
54 State Cov't Enterpri.es 0.00020 0.00010 0.00040 0.0 0.00010 0.00010 0.0 0.00010
55 Local Gov't Entetprl~es 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Kinufacturing 0.0 0.00020 0.00050 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0

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Appcndix Iable l.--ltiuirsl technical ncf fiiccnts-Cuinntiulu

~SCT8 33 SfCTOR 34 SC 3OR JS3 SCCTOt J36 SrFCTR 317 SFCTOn 3.8 SFC6TF 39 SECTOR 40

I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.00070
A Fruits and Nuts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
S Vegetables and Sugar 0.0 0.0 0. 00 0 0.0 0.0 0.00090 0.3
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.0
0 Mining 0.00530 0.03400 0.C0020 0.00030 0.00030 0.00030 0.00010 0.00010
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural. Gas 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00C50
10 Stone and Clay Mining 0.0C530 0.000150 CO. 0.0 0.0 0.0002C 0.00040 0.0
II Chemical Fertllizer Mining 0.00300 0.00040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. 0.008 0 0.00500 0.00293 0.00290 0.032'00 0.00340 0.00200 0.00150
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Maint. 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.02310
14 Meat 6 Milk Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00090 0.00090 0.00130
Is Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00030
16 Frozen Package loods 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020
47 Grain and Sugar Products 0.0 O.0C001 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00040
IR Bottling, Canning. & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020
19 Tobacco Product:; 0.0 0.0 0.0 00 0. 0.0 0.00100 0.0
20 Fabric Processing O.C0470 0.00050 O.C0040 0. n00O.0 0.0010-I 0.0001 0.02580 0.00oo0
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.o00c0 0.00060 0.00370 0.00070 0.0o00o0 0.00370 0.001o 0 0.00040
72 Wood Processing 0.00C90 0.00100 0.0o,14 0.00050 0.00400 0.00070 0.00910 0.0
73 Wood Structures & Containers 0.OC?20 0.00210 0.)0050 0.03120 0.00070 0.00030 0.00390 0.0
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.00120 0.00073 0.Coo0 t 0.00580 0.00170 0.00160 0.00170 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.03?20 0.00490 0.00210 0.01010 0.00190 0.01090 0.04100 0.00180
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00010 0.00O10 0.00190 0.00070 0.00010 0.00040 0.00940 0.00090
27 Chemicals 0.01910 0.007,90 0..0090 0. f64 0.03100 0.07030 0.00430 0.00050
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.00010 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00040 0.00030
29 Plastics, Rubber S Synthetics. 0.017.0 0 0590 0.01010 9.02020 0.01570 0.02170 0.05120 0.00540
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paint 0.00240 0.00350 0.00153 C.00220 0.00260 0.0030 0.00510 0.00130
31 Petroleum Refning & Prod. C0CC710 0.00270 0.00390 0.00200 0.00?30 0.00130 0.00340 0.03760
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.0C020 0.00020 0.00320 0.00020 O.C 0.00050 0.00510 0.0
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 0.12%00 0.00390 0.0C900 C.01420 0.00720 0.00690 C.00500 0.00100
34 Metal Products 0.02130 0. J5300 0.16120 0.10620 0. P80 0.08740 0.12800 0.01040
35 Machinery 0.015Ol 0.02790 0.16553 0.02590 0.05200 0O01 90 0.01440 0.00420
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00320 0.00920 0.06180 0.20450 0.02850 0.06010 0.01490 0.00240
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00100 0.00690 0.Cl650' 0.01150 0.?6770 0.00930 0.01620 0.01*80
38 Instruments 0.00080 0.00200 0.00400 O.00800 0.30700 0.09770 0.00280 0.00090
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing O. GC.O 0.01910 0.0C2000 0.00170 0 00340 0.00370 0.07160 0.00040
40 Transportation i Warehousing 0.0o'00 0.02670 0.00810 0.00750 0.01220 0.00640 0.01670 0.10480
A1 Communications 0.OC460 0.00330 0.00530 000 000 0.00380 0.00630 0.00300 0.00050
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.03210 0.C1570 0.00530 0.00580 0.04O10 0.00440 0.00410 0.00460
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities C.C0050 0.00060 0.00030 0.00050 0.00050 0.00030 0.00010 0.00190
44 Wholesale Trade 0.02440 0.02490 O.O C 010 0.0230 0.0 190o 0.02630 0.03270 0.02320
45 Rctail Trade 0.0C040 0.00210 0.00710 C.00570 0.0330 0. 00660 0. 00380 0.00740
46 F.I.R.E. 0.02670 0.01230 0.02J20 0.01"40 0.0100 0.02010 0.01850 0.04030
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020
Ap Personal & Repairs 0.00310 0.00160 0.0015D 0.00210 0.01040 0.00230 0.00210 0.0150
49 Business Services 0.03300 0.07240 C. C330 C.C3900 0.02330 0.05010 0.03820 0.02230
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00040
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 O.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Ser. 0.00080 C.00050 0.00030 O.C0100 0.00060 0.00110 0.00090 0.00090
53 Fed. Cov't Enterprises 0.00100 0.00060 0.00190 0.00120 0.00100 0.00130. 0.00170 0.00200
54 State Cov't Enterprises 0.00050 0.0001C 0.00010 0.00010 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.00890
5. Local Gov't Enterprisen 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01830
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.0 0.00030 0.00110 0.00380 0.00590 0.00200 0.00290 0.0
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Appendix Table l.--Ntional technical coefficients, 1970--Contimnvld

SECTOR( 41 SFCTnn 42 SE.CTOS 13 SF:CtrnQ 44 SrCTOr 45 SrcTOR 46 Sf'CTOR 47 SrCTOA 48

I Agricultural Services 0.0 C.C 0.0 0.00210 0.0 0.00100 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0070C 0.0 0.0
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops O.C 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.00590 0.0 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00050 0.0 0.0.
5 Vegetables 6 Sugar O.C 0.0 0.0 O.0 0.0 0.00090 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Creenhouse & Nursery 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.00030 0.00120 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 O.G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
8 Mining 0.0 0.02640 0O.c00tO C.00100 0.0 0.00030 0.00070 0.00010
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural CGa O.C 0.07470 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.00100 0.0 0.0
tI Stone & Clay Mining 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.00010 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.0
11 Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
12 Resld., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. O.C0250 0.0 0.0 0.00140 0.00420 0.04510 0.02490 0.00220
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Malnt. 0.C2300 0.02890 0.04520 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.00070 0.30050
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00250 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
15 Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.OOOJO 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
If Frozen Package Foods 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00540 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.00010
18 Bottling, Canning 6 Other 0.0 0 0.0 0.00060 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Processini! 0.0 0.00020 C.00060 0.00190 0.00060 0.00030 0.01250 0.00210
21 Apparel 6 "3ther Textile 'rod. 0.000?0 0.00020 0.00020 0.00150 0.03000 0.00030 0.00350 0.00270
22 Wood Procesai3n 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00090 0.0 0.00020 0.0 O.C
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00200 0.00010 3.0 C.00090 0.00070
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00080 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.00100 0.00100 0.00110 C.00870 0.01030 0.00130 0.00630 O.COaJn
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00190 0.00020 0.0010 0.00C50 0.00160 0.00.150 0.00120 0.00020
27 Chemicals 0.0 0.00120 0.00440 0.0040 O.C0010 0.00000 0.00010 0.00180
2P Fertilizers 6 Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.00090 0.0 0.00100 0.00230 0.0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.CC0II 0.00070 0.00063 0.00630 0.00340 0.00110 0.00810 0.01300
30 Drugs. Toiletries & Paints 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00400 0.00060 0.00070 0.00960 0.01590
31 Petroleum Refining & Products 0.00290 0.00790 0.000 90 01090 0.00680 0.00500 0.01270 0.01120
32 Footwear & Leather Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00060 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0067C
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00270 0.00110 0.00030 0.00200 0.00)70
34 Metal Products 0.00050 0.00210 3.00250 0.005s0 0.30210 0.00120 0.00100 0.04430
35 Machinery 0.0 0.00090 0.00260 0.00790 0.00010 0.00350 0.0 0.01560
36 Electrical Equipment 0.012o0 0.C0220 0.00010 0.00620 0.00030 0.00150 0.00130 0.02750
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00010 0.0010 0.0 0.00280 0.00020 0.00110 0.00030 0.04230
38 Instruments 0.00027 0.0 0.0 0.00360 0.0 0.00040 0.0 0.00620
30 Mlscellaneous Lianufacturing 0.00020 0.0 0.0 0.00740 0.00100 0.00020 0.00400 0.01280
40 Transportationt & WVarehousing 0.0010 01650 0.00150 0.01560 0.00210 0.007'i5 0.01190 0.00640
41 ConmunicatIons 0.0l'"0 0.00270 0.00270 0.01550 0.007n0 0.00750 0.01550 0.00580
42 Electric & Cas Utilities 0.C0690 0.20150 0.0C217 0.C0440 0.01890 0.0040 0.03510 0.0C0650
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.00110 0 0.0000 0.00030 0.00130 0.00100 0.00170 0.00690 0.00090
44 lolesale Trade 0.00410 0.00410 0.00260 0.01900 0.00760 0.00520 0.01300 0.04650
45 Retail Trade 0.00470 0.00140 0.00150 0.01590 0.00410 0.00850 0.01060 0.01970
46 F.I.R.E. 0.02700 O.C090 0 0.019JO 0.5230 0.07800 0.11310 0.15820' 0.05230
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00300 0.0 0.0
4P Personal & Repairs 0.013C0 0.00220 0.00750 0.01850 0.01040 0.00220 0.06570 0.02000
o4 Business Services 0.CA810 O.C1210 0.01090 0.09340 0.04 70 0.05350 0.07470 0.02530
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0310 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00190 0.00130' 0.00030 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 00 .0 0.0 0.0 0.00160 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.00100 0.00030 0.00040 0.00150 0.00110 0.00250 0.00640 0.00140
53 Fed. Cov't Enterprises 0.C0370 0.0160 0.00330 0.00330 0.016(00 0.007HO 0.00490 0.0012C
54 State Cov't Enterprises 0.00040 0.00970 .630 0.00080 0.00550 0 .00650 0.00160 0.00520
55 Local Gov't Enterprises 0.0 0.070o 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00050 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
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Ap [ lix Tablc 1.--lttioil t-chnical cweffciclets, 1970--Continued

SFCT IP 40 SCCTOIR 53 S 'C F1I SECOP T ;' 5FCTCO 53 SrCTOP 54 SECTOR 55 SECTOR 56


k Agricultural Services
S Livestock Products
3 Field Crops, Tob. & 011 Crops
4 Fruits 6 Nuts
5 Vegetables & Sugar
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery
7 Fishery Products 6 Fore;Lry
e Mining
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas
10 Stone & Clay Mining
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining
12 Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bldg.
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Maint.
14 Meat & Milk Products
s1 Fish Processing
1t Frozen Package Foods
17 Grain & Sugar Products
ie Bottling, Canning & Other
19 Tobacco Products
20 Fabric Processing
2l Apparel & Other Textile
22 Vood Procetssin
23 Wood Structures & Containers
24 Furniture & Fixtures
25 Paper Products & Processing
16 Printing & Publishing
27 Chemicals
2P .Fertilizer & Ag Chemicals
29 Plastics, Robber 6 Synthetics
30 Drugs. Toiletries & Paints
31 Petroleum.Refining & Prod.
32 Footwear & Leather Prod.
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod.
34 Metal.Products
35 Machinery
36 Electrical Equipment
37 Transportation Equipment
S3 Instruments
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing
40 Transportation 6 Warehousing
AI Communication 3
42. Electric & Gas Utilities
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities
44 Wholesale Trade
45 Retail Trade
46 F.I.R.E.
47 Lodging
48 Personal & Repairs
49 Business Services
50 Amusement & Recreation
51 Medical Services
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv.
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises
54 State Gov't Enterprlses
5- Local Gov't Enterprises
56 Ordnance Manufactuting


0.0 0.00260 0.0
0.00040 0.00540 0.00060
O.C 0.02030 0.0
0.00050 C.00010 0.C0030
0.00100 0.00010 C.00060
C.00020 0.03050 0.0
0.00070 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.00010
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.00330 0.00740 0.00690
C.00040 0.00340 0.0
0.00770 0.0 0.00640
0.00130 0.0 0.00070
0.00060 0.0 0.000C0
0.004.10 0.0 0.00240
0.00110 0.0 0.00220
0.00260 0.0 0.0
0.00010 0.0 0.00100
C.00010 0.0 0.00110
0.3 0.0 0.0
0.00010 0.0 0.C
0.0 0.0 0.0
O.CO990 0.00090 0.00300
C.15.,60 0.00210 C0.C Iso
0.00230 0.00030 0.00000
O.C 0.00370 0.00020
0.00590 0.00030 0.00500
0.00240 0.00010 0.03850
O.CC0010 0.0010 0.00270
0.00070 0.00050 0.0
0.00150 C.00030 0.00040
0.00970 0.0 O.OC043
0.01400 0.0 0.0
C.C0030 C.00040 0.00340
0.00010 0.00010 0.0
0.C0730 0.00860 0.01470
0.01360 0.C0360 0.C0210
0.0C970 0.00900 0.00343
0.06000 0.00690 0.00430
0.00240 0.00760 C.017(60
0.00040 0.00130 0.00430
0.00710 0.01070 C0.0s50
0.01930 O.CltO1 0.00700
0.03530 0.08540 0.05170
0.01900 0.0 0.C
0.01210 0.00380 0.01220
0.06710 0.06500 0.03190
0.C0510 0.20310 0.0
0.0 0.00020 0.024bO
0.00270 0.00220 0.00050
0.0OC40 0.00420 0.00460
O.OCO0C 0.00030 0.0000O
0.0 0.0 0.0
0.00020 0.0 0.0


0.0 0..0
C.0 0.0
0.0 0.05050
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.00010
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.00040 0.00930
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
C.02720 0.00230
0.00020 0.00550
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.C. 0.0
0.0 0.00650
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.00220
0.0 0.0
".0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0
0.00160 0.00130
0.03160 0.003J0
0.00050 0.00070
0.00000 0.0
0.00030 0.00170
0.00100 0.03220
0.00570 0.00500
0.0 0.00020
0.00020 0.00010
0.00020 0.00070
0.00020 0.00040
0.00160 0.000'30
0.0 0.00150
0.00140 0.00010
0.0010 0.00020
0.00580 0.14780
0.01790 0.00260
0.03o90 0.015o0
0.00700. 0.00140
0.0090 0.00070
0.00,70 0.00150
0.0120 0.03940
0.0 0.0
0.01070 0.00600
0.0C510 0.03030
0.00160 0.00080
0.0 0.0
0.00120 0.00010
0.01020 0.00030
0.00160 0.00020
0.0 0.0
0.0 0.0


0.00020
0.0
0.00010
0.0
0.0
0.00010
0.0
0.00030
0.0
0.0
0.00060
0.01430
. 0.229560
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00020
0.00070
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00090
0.00160
0.01630
0.C00.50
0.00110
0.00210
0.00660
0.0
0.00070
0.O0090
0.00230
0.00130
0.00040
0.00050
0.00020
0.00790
0.00450
0. 04t3C
0.o00410
0.00740
S0.00240
0.04700
0.0
0.00340S
0.04410
0.0
0.00030
0.00030
0.00090
0.00000
0.0
0.0


0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0?000
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.05320
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00070
0.00020
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00130
0.00460
0.00100
0.0
0.00640
0.00230
0.01620
0.0
6.00060
0.00420
0.00460
0.00410
0.00130
0.00040
0.00010
0.01960
0.00440
0.24120
0.00000
0.01350
0.00070
0.01150
0.0
0.00390
0.03950
0.0
0.00240
0.00020
0.00230
0.00040
0.0
0.0


0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00020
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00220
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.00180
0.00050
0.00130
C.00580
0.0
0.00680
0.001oo
0.02200
0.0
0.00900
0.00020
0.00240
0.0
0.00150
0.10030
0.02480
0.04830
0.12030
0.01620
0.00040
0.00810
0.00050
0.00440
0.00050
0.01370
0.010B0
0.00690
0.0
0.00290
0.03870
0.0
0.0
0.00140
0.00120
0.00010
0.0
0.08710


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Apperdix Table 2.-Floridl local purdcfas, crclficient.s, 1970


SFCTOi: I SrCTOr


2 SFCTCT 3 SCTCTO 4 SE 5 CTOO 6 SECTOP 7 SECTOR


I Agricultural Services
2 Livestock Products
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops
4 Fruits & Nuts
5 Vegetables & Sugar
6 Forest, CreenhuuHu & Nursery
7 Fishery Products & Forestry
8 Mining
a Crude Petroleum 0 Natural Gas
10 Stone 6 Clay Mining
11 Chemical Fertilizer Mining
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bldg.
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Malnt.
14 Meat & Milk Products
15 Fish Processing
16 Frozen Package Foods
17 Grain & Sugar Products
18 Bottling, Canning & Other
13 Tob.icco Products
20 Fabric Processing
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod.
27 Wood Processing
23 Wood Structure; & Containers
24 Furniture & Fixtures
25 Paper Products & Processing
26 Printing & Publishing
27 Chemicals
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod.
32 Footwear & Leather P':oducts
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Products
34 Metal Products
35 Machinery
36 Electrical Equipment
37 Transportation Equipment
38 Instruments
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing
ao Transportatinn & Warchousing
41 Cnmnunlications
42 Electric & Gas Utilities
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities
44 Wholesale Trade
45 Retail Trade
46 F.I.R.E.
47 Lodging
4e Personal & Repairs
49 Busin-ss Services
50 Amusement & Recreation
51 Medical Services
5? Education & Non-Profit Serv.
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises
54 State Gov't Interprlecs
55 Local Gov't Enterprises
56 Ordnance Manufacturing


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0.031170 0.00180
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0.00490 0.00310
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0.C4491 C.00059
0.00009 0.00031
0.0 C.00059
0.00770 0.00120
0.0 0.00055
0.0 0.00020
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0.00009 0.00026
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0.0 0.00014
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0.00300 0.01880
0.02510 0.01951
0.0 0.0
0.00018 0.00368
0.00310 0.00203
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0.0 0.00072
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0.00609
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0.00039
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0.00071
0.00045
0.00196
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0.00042
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0.00130
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Appendix Table 2.--Florida local purchase co'ffficicnts, 1970--Continued


SE--C-TOr 9 SCr ~ CTO 13 sFcrCT 11 SFTsrco0 12 SECTOr 13 SECTO' 14 SCCTC P 15 SUCTOD 16

I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00120 0.00280 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.22877 0.0 0.00054
3 Field Crops, Tob. & 011 Crops 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.00002 0.C0002 0.00002 0.0 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.05750
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.0 0.0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0690C
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nutsery 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.00000 0.00030 0.0 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.09169 0.0
P Mining 0.0 C.00011 0.00011 0.0 0.0 0.00001 0.00000 0.0
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0.00477 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.0 0.02190 0.00710 0.00230 0.02240 0.0 0.0 0.0
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 0.C0070 C.C59SO 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bldg. 0.00330 0.00760 0.00820 0.00030 0.00030 0.00170 0.00970 0.00350
13 Until. 6 Serv. Constr., Maint. 0.C?230 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.04076 0.0 0.02326
Is Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.02429 0.00007
16 Frozen Package Foods 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01710 0.01210
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00095 0.00067 0.0229e
18 Bottling. Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01058 0.04928
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Processing 0.00003 0.00052 0.0 0.00009 0.o30C3 0.0000' 0.0 0.0
21 Apparel & other Textile Prod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00011 0.00014 0.00009 0.00018 0.00016
22 Wood Processing 0.0 0.0 0.00064 0.03105 0.00963 0.0 0.0 0.0
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00090 0.00090 0.00030 0.0 0.0
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00450 0.03011 0.0 0.0 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.00010 O.C0859 0.00420 C.00391 0.00059 0.0212A 0.02907 0.07635
26 Printing & Publishing 0.0 0.0 0.00009 0.0 0.0 0.00204 0.00685 0.0025R
27 Chemicals 0.00537 0.01034 0.01290 0.00054 0.00113 0.00187 0.00128 0.00487
28 Fertilizers 6 Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.OC010 0.0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00125 0.00659 0.00458 0.00441 0.00301 0..00392 0.00044 0.01095
30 DruRs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00007 0.0 0.00001 0.00171 0.00083 0.00002 0.00003 0.00002
31 Petroleum Refining 6 Prod. 0.00006 0.00062 0.00006 0.00032 0.00019 0.00007 0.00004 0.00004
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 0.00476 0.0439q 0.0 0.06414 0.04969 0.00035 0.00320 0.00087
34 Metal Products 0. C090 0.0115.9 C.008a5 0.05379 0.0595S 0.1Os? 0.01644 0.02599
35 Machinery 0.00417 0.00037 0.00440 0.00559 0.00302 0.00072 0.00072 0.00090
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00395 0.00087 0.00062 0.00963 0.00596 0.00003 0.0 0.0
37 Transportation Equipment 0.0 0.0 0.00000 0.0 0.00002 0.00002 0.0 0.0
3q Instruments 0.00007 0.0 0.C 0.00051. 0.00004 0.00001 0.00004 0.00004
30 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 000 00013 0. 0.00062 0.00009 0.0 0.0 0.0
40 Transportation & Warehousing 0.C0970 0.01120 0.01430 0.02160 0.03260 0.02020 0.05120 0.03350
41 Communications 0.00090 0.00040 O.CCa20 0.00 0 0.00 1.30 0.003120 0.00220 0.00210
42 Electric & Gas Utilites 0.01001 0.02O04 0.04012 0.030)7 0.00047 0.00V'6 0.00360 0.00953
43 W.ter 6 Sanitary Utilities 0.00057 0.00107 0.00043 0.00014 0.00014 0.00029 0.000;9 0.00064
44 Wholesale Trade 0.00556 0.0.1117 0.00.174 0.0?067 0.02147. 0.0174 0.05691 0.04635
45 Retail Trade 0.00160 0.00470 0.00590 C.0490 0.02;'90 0.00130 0.00120 0.00130
46 F.I.R.E. 0.13765 0.03978 0.03954 0.01075 0.01091 0.00,56 0.011O1 0.01034
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
an Personal & Repairs 0.00006 0.00631 0.00079 0.00.33 0.00412 0.00377 0.00237 0.00246
49 Business Services 0.01331 0.02105 0.0O185 0.034 f 0.0.805 0.00967 0.02071 0.02376
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education 6 Non-Profit Serv, 0.00014 C.00007 0.C0002 0.000.11 0.00031 0.00017 0.00014 0.00010
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.00010 o.000013 0.00047 C.0o000 0.00008 0.00016 0.00021 0.00013
54 State Gov't Enterprises 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00002 0.00002 0.00001 0.00003 0.00002
55 Local Cov't Enterprisce 0.0 0.0 C.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Qrdnance Hmnufacturing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
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Apicrndix Table 2.---Floricli l1(ca] puL-ctns c clfficients, 1970-CoAntinued

SFCTOr 17 SECTOP IA 5:CTOr 10 55rC1i('C 0 SfCTOR 21 SFCTOR .'* StClTO1 23 SFC'O

I Agricultural Servicr 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.00004 0.0 0.00327 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.07?06 0.0 0.03876 0.0C904 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.00420 0.06210 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.01000 0.00S30 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0.0 0.00560 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.01070 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.00015 0.0 0.0 0.001q3 0.02125 0.0 0.0
0 Mining 0.000?2 0.00001 0.00o01 O.Co000 0.00000 0.00001 0.00001 0.00001
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.CC040 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00070 0.0
It Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bld. O. C0300 0.00330 0.00090 0.00260 0.00080 0.00320 0.00350 0.00350
13 Util. S Serv. Constr., M.int. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00160 0.0 0.0
14 Meat 6 Milk Products 0.00757 0.C0965 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
15 Fish Processing C.00067 0.00045 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.o
36 Frozen Package Foods 0.CC000 0.01040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Crain & Sugar Products 0. 1135 0.01020 0.00006 0.00061 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
18 Bottling, Canning & Other 0.003-0 0.C0697 0.0 0. 00 0.0 0.0 0 00 .0
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.08331 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Processing 0.00020 0.0 0.0 0.03J59 0.03340 0.00011 0.00044 0.00518
21 Apparel & Other Text.:,! Prod. O.OC00; 0.00t11 0.00005 0.00059 0.03636 0.00023 0.00025 0.00027
22 Wood Processing 0.0 C.00012 0.00006 0.0 0.0 0.17603 0.13699 0.05451
23 Wood Structure & Containers 0.0 0.00100 0.00070 0.00050 0.0 0.00520 0.0"40 O.0110C
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00027 0.0 0.00110 0.00341 0.03446
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.03046 0.02500 0.01338 0.00'97 0.00459 0.00351 0.02107 0.01357
20 Printing & PublishinR .0.0045 0.01173 0.00382 0.00036 0.00036 0.00018 0.00036 0.00027
27 Chemicals 0.00103 0.00094 0.00089 0.00861 0.00015 0.00t51 0.00576 0.00084
?2 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.00030 0.0 0.0 0.0 00.0000 0.00030 0.0C020 0.00010
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00512 0.00349 0.00910 0.0%400 0.00381 0.00256 0.00405 0.02305
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00092 0.00002 0.00023 0.00017 0.00001 0.00041 0.000q8 0.00149
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.00000 0.00004 0.00001 0.00003 0.00002 0.00023 0.00000 0.00003
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00007 0.00C4J 0.00001 0.00006 0.00008
33 Class. Stone & Clay Prod. C.0 0.03644 0.0 0.00303 0.0 0.00493 0.01402 0.00978
34 Metal Products 0.00258 0.0308/ 0.00003 0.00076 0.0004? 0.00712 0.01777 0.04152
35 Machinery 0.00064 C.00069 0.00024 0.001'1 O.O000A 0.00132 0.00170 0.00204
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00003 0.00003 0.0 0.00017 0.00007 0.00021 0.00090 0.00094
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00002 0.0 C.0 0.00004 0.0 0.00019 0.00011 0.00044
38 Instruments 0.00002 00022 0.00C01 0.00013 0.00008 0.00005 0.00006 0.00049
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00001 0.0 0.000C1 0.00040 0.00168 0.00006 0.00045 0.00036
a0 Transportation & Warehousing 0.03740 0.03V70 0.00410 0.0114.0 0.00590 0.031*0 0.03C00 0.01020
41 Communications 0.C0390 0.00100 0.00060 0.00230 0.OOJ90 0.C00tO 0.00390 0.00470
42 Electric 6 Gas Utilltics 0.00651 0.OS. O.OCI32 0.00793 0.00312 0.00812 0.01076 0.00566
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.00021 C.00072 0.00007 0.00043 0.00071 0.00014 0.00007 0.00014
44 Wholesale Trade 0.02932 0.03956 0.00360 0.019q,6 0.01779 0.01960 0.03099 0.02467
45 Retail Trade 0.00160 0.00740 0.001P0 0.0010 0.00740. 0.00200 0.00220 0.0022c
46. F.I.R.E. 0.010'6 0.00787 0.00673 0.C 0014 0.0146 0.01 140 0.01214 0.01559
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
aP Personal & Repairs C.003086 0.00254 0.00202 0.00096 0.00105 0.00421 0.00123 0.00175
49 Business Services 0.02059 0.04429 0.02990 0.00937 0.01259 0.00973 0.01534 0.01785
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.00021 C.00010 0.00003 0.00014 0.00021 0.00010 0.00021 0.00002
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.000,6 0.00016 0.00044 0.00023 0.00060 0.00013 0.00023 0.00031
54 State Cov't Enterprises C.00001 0.00001 0.0 0.00001 0.0 0.00001 0.0 0.0
55 Local Cov't Enterprises 0.0 0 0.0 0. 0 0.0 0. 0 0. 0 00 .0
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00027 0.00170

-- Contud --
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Arxpncylix Table 2.--Florid( local purchase cCfrficicnts, 1970--coit.inuald

SVCT 0OR 2 SOCCIOR 26 S'CTtCP 27 SrCTOn- 2 St CIOP 2' St CTOw .10 SECTOP 31 'frCTOP 32

I Agricultural Service- 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.n 0.002. 0.0 0.00097
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.0 0.0 0. O00002 0.0 0.0 0.00079 O.C 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.0 0.0 o.C0o 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nurser 0. 0 .0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 0.0 0.0Oot5 0.0 0.0 0.00005 0.0 O.C
8 Mining O.00C0 0.0 0.00024 0.0 0.00004 0.00001 0.00001 0. 00001
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas 0.0 0.0 0.00044 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0209 0.0
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.00240 0.0 0.00190 .0C0670 0.03030 0.C0130 0.00230 0.0
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining O.C0010 C.O 0.0193 0 0.05590 0.00050 0.00010 0.0 0.0
12 Resld., Pub., & Priv. Bldg. 0.00.70 0.00140 0.00700 0.00410 0.00450 0.00370 0.01350 0.00140
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Maint. 0.00040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0 0.0 0.00181 0.0 0.00014 0.00056 0.0 0.03391
15 Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
16 Frozen Package Foods 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Crain & Sugar Products 0.00273 0.0 0.00072 0.0007. 0.0 0.00362 0.0 0.0001t
18 Bottling, Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.00032 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Precessing 0.0CO8 0.00037 0.00005 0.00037 0.00341 0.00006 0.0 0.00539
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.000. 6 0.00018 0.00305 0.00007 0.300 0. 0.00007 C.00002 0.00114
22 Wood Processing 0.02C07 0.00001 0.00123 0.00012 0.O000 0.0 0.0 0.00169
23 Wood .Structures & Containers 0.OC100 0,0 0.00050 0.00020 0.00190 0.00040 0.0 0.90590
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0C035 C.00011 0.0 0.0 .00021 0.0 0.0 0.00016
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.?7700 0.14157 0.01133 0.029t0 0.02763 0.02734 0.0057A 0.01757
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00540 0.13984 0.00018 0.00000 0.00036 0.00160 0.00009 0.00053
27 Chemicals 0.01565 0.008C7 0.09028 0.1 3?70 0.07393 0.05867 0.01137 0.00551
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.00020 0.00940 0.2 t15 0.00010 0.00270 0.0 0.00010
20 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.0t245 0.0OC327 0.0C002 0.00610 0.09384 0.02512 0.00125 0.03804
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.C0001 0.00COA 0.00188 0.000 0008 0066 0.01028 0.00040 0.00005
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.0014 0,00004 0.00221 0. 0.00 0O.00OO6 0.00016 0.00178 0.00003
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00001 0.00001 0.00001 0.0 0.00015 0.0 0.0 0.02305
33 Class. Stone & Clay Prod. 0.'CC'! 0.0 0.0025! 0.00251 0.00407 0.01195 0.00190 0.00026
34 Metal Products 0.00523 0.00458 0.0136 0.008 t 0.C0652 0.01500 0.00216 0.00617
35 Machinery 0.001o 3 0.0o1o0 0.o004o 0.00074 0.002JO 0.00037 0.00065 0o.o011
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00021 0.00017 0.00042 0.00003 0.00038 0.00017 0.00014 C.00024
37 Transportation Equipment O.C 0.C0002 0.00019 0.0 0.00053 0.00004 0.00002 0.00002
38 Instruments 0.o00 0.003'.00 00007 0.00005 0.00011 0.00040 0.0000B 0.00032
39 Miscellaneous Mlnufacturing 0.00172 C.0001C 0.00029 0.00002 0.00055 0.00036 0.00006 0.000"9
40 Transportation & W'arehousing 0. C3340 C.01010 0.02330 0.03J50 0.01 10 0.01490 0.0510 0.012.30
41 Communications 0.00320 0.01070 0.C0020 0.C0240 0.00400 0.00430 0.00090 0.00390
42 Electric & Cas Utilities 0.0C1350 0.00453 0.02?23 0.00072 0.01048 0.00349 0.01492 0.0048a
43 Water S Sanitary Utilities 0.00150 C.00021 0.00122 0.00014 0.00050 0.00029 0.00093 0.00036
44 Wholesale Trade 0.01 87 0.01341 O.C0411 0.01376 0.01700 0.01473 0.00750 0.02905
45 Retail Trade 0.00130 0.00430 0.00200 0.C0180 0.00600 0.00770 0.00040 0.00170
46 F.I.R.E. 0.01385 0.J0386 0.C2239 0.016012 0.01526 0.02'666 0.02674 0.01649
A7 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
48 Personal 6 Repairs 0.00C37 0.00342 0.0C 40 0.001053 0.001 4 0.00447 0.00088 0.00132
49 Business Services 0.0146 0.03157 0.02113 0.01462 0.02298 0.0n798 0.01785 0.01791
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.00017 0.000 0.00024 0.00C14 0.00024 0.00051 0.00007 0.00034
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.C0100 C.00309 0.00023 0.00109 0.0 0001 0.00019 0.00016 0.00070
54 State Cov't Enterprises C.00001 0.0000t 0.C0002 0.0 0.00001 0.0001 0.0 0.00001
55 Local Cov't Enterprises 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Manufactuting 0.0 0.00013 0.00045 0.0 0.00009 0.0 0.0 0.0
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ATicndix Table 2.--Florida locil. puiclo :s; caYffiricints, 1970--Continued

SFCIR 33 S CT(i-' 34 S'CTC. J, 'LCTCO 36 SPCTOU 37 SFCTOR J38 OCTOP 39 SECTOR 40

I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00004
3 Field Crops, Toh. & Oil Crops 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0001H 0.0 0.00015
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & Sug.ar 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.OC090 0.0
6 Forest, Creenhcruse i Nursery 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Fore-stry 0.0 0.0 00 00 0.0 00 .0 0.0005 0.0
8 Mining 0. 001A 0O000P.9 0.00001 C00001 0.00001 0.00001 0.00000 0.00000
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.0C~650 0.00000 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.00040 0.0
t1 Chemical Fertilllizer Mining 0.00300 0.0040 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
12 Resld., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. 0.00860 0.00500 0.00710 0.00920 0.002.0 0.00340 0.00200 0.00150
13 Util. & Sorv. Constr., Maint. 0 0.0 0.0 00 .0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.02310
14 Meat & Milk Products C.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.00062 0.00062 0.00090
15 Fish Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00022
16 Frozen Package Foods 0.C 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00020
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.0 0.00006 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00027
1) BottlinR, Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00016
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00C38 0.0
20 Fabric Processing 0.OC'44 0.0001.5 0.03000 0 .0000O 0 .0C09? 0.o0004 0.00230 0.00022
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.o000;0 0.00014 O.C0001' 0.0 0.006 0.C011 0.0001'- 0.00041 0.00009
72 Wood Processlng 0.00111t 0.C058 O.C0002 0.00029 0.00233 0.00041 0.00531 0.0
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.0020 0.00210 0.00050 0.00120 0.00070 0.00010 0.00300 0.0
24 Furniture & I'ttures 0.00064 CO00J07 0.0003. 0.00310 0.00091 0.00046 0.00091 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.C3144 0.00470 0.00273 0.OsoI6' 0.00 1te 0.01943 0.04003 0.0017
26 Printing 6 Publishing 0.00027 C.00160 0.0016O 0.O0000 0.00000 0.00036 0.00936 0.00080
27 Chemicals 0.00940 0.00.199 0.C0044 0.00315 0.00040 0.00999 0.00212 0.00025
28 Fertilizer & Ag Chemicals 0.00010 0.0 0.00010 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.00040 0.000.10
0 PLastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00975 0.003?2 0.00550 0.01131 C.000r56 0.01 103 0.0,790 0.00294
30 Drugs, Toiletrie & Paints 0.00C26 0.00039 0.00017 0.00024 0.00020 0.00058 0.00056 0.00014
31 Petroleum & Refining Prod. 0.000191 0.00007 0.Cooio 0.00001 0.00006 0.00003 0.0000'9 0.00009
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00002 0.00002 0.00002 C.C0002 0.0 C.00006 0.00061 0.0
33 Class. Stone & Clay Prod. 0. 10714 0.00329 0.00597 0.01229 0.00623 0.005S9 0.00433 0.00007
34 Metal Products 0.00P7 0.134C6 0.0610' 0.04023 0.05523 0.03311 0.04"49 0.003'>
35 -'ichinery 0.00419 0.00764 0.C4345 0.006 6 0.01378 0.00446 0.00382 0.00111
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00111 0.00319 0.02141 0.070656 0.00 7 0.02082 0.00689 0."0063
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00321 0.00145 0.00147 0.00242 0.05"33 0.0019, 0.00341 0.00311
38 Instruoents 0.000 0.0000001 0000 07 0.00094 0.00082 0.01140 0.00033 0.00011
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.OC04d 0 0.0070 0.00CC03 0.00020 0.03039 3.00043 0.00425 0.00009
40 Transportation & Warehousing 0.05300 0.02,20 C.00i10 C.00750 0.01220 0.00640 0.01670 0.10 0
a1 Communications 0.00460 0.001JO 0.005JO 0. 00.60 0.00.130 0.00650 0.00390 0.00950
42 Electric & Cas Utilities 0.03030 0.01482 0.00500 0.00548 0.00317 0.00415 0.00387 0.00434
43 Water & Sanitary Utillties 0.00036 0.00'43 0.00021 0 .003f1 0.O0001C 0.00021 0.00007 0.00136
44 Wholesale Trade 0.01695 0.01730 0.01'14 0.CI' 9 0.012)02 0.01427 0.02272 0.01612
4t, Retal- Trade 0.00;,'0 0.00210 0.00710- 0.00570 0.00330 0.00660 0.00380 0.00740
46 F.I.R.E. 0.02108 0.01009 0.01003 0.01591 0.0C8B6 0.0154I 0.01518 0.03306
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00019
AR Personal 6 Repairs C.00272 0.00140 0.0015 0.00184 0.00912 0.0020? 0.0018A 0.01386
40 Buisinscs Servicus 0.01970 0.014*6 0.01928 0.023-1 0.01391 0.02900 0.022R0 0.01331
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0040
51 Medical Servicer 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Non-Proflt Serv. 0.00C27 0.00017 0.00031 0.0003a "0.00021 0.00038 0.00031 0.00031
53 Fed. Cov't F.nt.rprises 0.00026 0.00016 0000 0.000 .00031 0.00026 0.00034 0.00044 0.00052
54 State Gov't Fnterprises 0.0000.1 C.00001 0.OOCo 0.00001 C.C0001 0.0 0.0 n.00004
55 Local Gov't Enteprlses 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00149
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.0 0.000Z? 0.00098 0.00339 0.03927 0.00179 0.00259 0.0
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~U ---7-- rd-- --T--- P-A T

I Agricultural Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00.1i0 0.0 0.00100 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 .o0 0.002'1 0.0 0.0
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00127 0.0 0.0
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00050 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00090 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Creenhouse & Nursery 0. 0 .0 00 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.00030 0.00120 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.0 C.O 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
8 Mining 0.0 0.00069 0.00C00 0.00000 0.0 0.00001 0.00002 0.00000
9 Crude PetroleumI & Natural Gas 0.0 0.01432 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.0 0.0 0.0 O.COO00 C.O 0.00020 0.0 0.0
it Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. 0.002C0 C.0 0.0 0.00140 0.00420 0.04510 0.02490 0.00220
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., tMaint. 0.02300 C.02890 0.04520 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.00070 0.0005C
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00174 0.0 0.00007 0.0 0.0
15 Fishery Processinq 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.C0022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
16 Frozen Package Foods 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
17 Crain & Sugar Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00101 0.0 0.00011 0.0 0.00006
18 Bottling, Canning & Other 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00048 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00004 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric Processing 0.0 0.00002 0.00006 0.00018 0.00006 0.00003 0.00116 0.00026
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.00005 0.00005 0.00005 0.00034 0.00002 0.00007 0.O00HO 0.00061
2? Wood Processing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.000,3 0.0 0.00012 0.0 0.0
23 Wood Structures.& Containers 0.0 C.0 0. 0.0700 0.00010 0.0 0.00090 0.00020
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00043 0.0 0.00005 0.0 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.00099 0.00098 0.00107 0.00849 0.01006 0.00176 0.00615 0.00371
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00160 0.00031 C0.0009 0.00311 0.00142 0.00311 0.00107 0.0001o
77 Chemicals 0.0 0.00059 0.C0217 O.C011q 0.00005 0.00044 0.00005 0.00019
26 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0. 0o OC. 0.0093 0.0 0.0010C 0.OC230 0.0
29' Plastics. Rubber 6 Synthetics 0.00060 0.00038 0.00033 0.00313 0.00185 0.00060 0.00441 0.00708
30 Drugs. Toiletries & Plaints 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00044 0.00007 0.00004 0.00106 0.00175
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.0000 0.00021 0.C0005 0.0002? 0.00016 0.00013 0.00033 0.00029
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0007 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.000A0
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.00234 0.00005 0.00026 0.00173 0.00753
34 Metal Products 0.0001 t 0.00000 0.00095 0.00220 0.00080 0.00045 0.00038 0.0167P
35 Machinery 0.0 C.00024 0.O0000 0.00209 0.00003 0.00003 0.0 0.00413
36 Electrical Equipment 0.00441 C.C0076 C.00003 0.00215 0.00010 0.0005.' 0.00045 0.00953
37 Transportation Fquipment 0.00002 0.00002 0.0 0.0005. 0.00004 0.00023 0.00006 0.00890
38 Instruments 0.00032 0.0 0.0 0.00042 0.0 0.0000'" 0.0 0.00073
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00002 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.00012 0.00002 0.00046 0.00148
40 Transportation & Warehousing 0.00100 0.01650 0.00150 0.01160 0.00230 0.00750 0.01180 0.00640
41 Commnunicat ions 0.01'500 0.00270 O.0CO ? 0.0150 0.007"00 7.0 00750 0.015 0 0.00580
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.006. 5 0.10022 0.02C48 0.00415 0.01784 0.0021 0.03313 0.00614
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.00079 0.00043 0.00021 0.00013 0.001.16 0.00122 0.00494 0.00064
44 Miolesale Trade 0.00795 0.002V5 0.0011 0.01320 0.005lt 0.00361 0.00966 0.03231
45 Retail Trade 0.00470 0.00140 O.tCOlSO 0.015640 0.00410 0.00850 0.01060 0.01970
46 F.I.R.E. 0.026?89 C.00730 0.01593 0.04290 0.06390 0.09278 0.12077 0.04290
47 Lodging 0.0 0.0 O.C 0.0 0.0 0.00200 0.0 0.0
48 Personal & Repairs 0.01219 0.00173 0.0058 0.01672 0.00912 0.00193 0.05761 0.0175A
49 Business Services 0.02871 0.00722 0.00651 0.05575 0.02907 0.03193 0.04459 0.01510
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.03610 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00190 0.00130 0.00030 0.0
51 Medical Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00087 0.0 0.0
52 Education & Ncn-Profit Serv. 0.00034 0.00010 0.0O014 0.00051 0.00044 0.000'5 0.00219 0.00048
53 Fed. Cov't Fnterprises 0.0C096 0.00483 0.000o86 O.00CH 0.00416 0.00203 0.00127 0.00031
54 State Gov't Enterprises 0.00002 0.00053 0.0.1427 0.00004 0.00030 0.00015 0.00009 0.00028
55 local Gov't Enterprises 0.0 C.00575 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.C0OC5 0.0 0.00009 0.0 0.0
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Arpcanlix Table 2.--Flnr-ih local lu-nchtse cxcfficient.s, 1970--Continurd


bStCPr 4 i srcTrc s50 S cS rI I U5 c1 5CIr C7n S-CT0 53-i S rCT)O V4 'F C Tron 5s5 StCTOP

i Agricultural Services 0.0 0.00260 .00 0.0 0.0 0.00020 0.0 0.0
2 Livestock Products 0.00014 0.00194 0.00022 0 0.0 0.0 .0 0.0 0.0
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.0 0.30445 0.0 0.0 0.01106 0.00002 0.0 0.0
4 Fruitsus Nu.00 50 0.00010 0.C0030 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
5 Vegetables & S;i.ar 0.00100 0.0010 0. C0060 O.C 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0
6 Forest, Creenhouse & Nursery 0.01000 0.00o0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.00010 0.0 0.0
7 Fishery Products & Folestry 0.00017 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
8 Mining 0.0 0.0 0.00000 0.00001 u.03024 0.00001 0.00053 0.00001
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0.0 0.0 C.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1t Stone & Clay Mining O.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
II Chrmlcal Fertilizer Mining .0C 0.0 00C 0.0 0.0 0.00060 0.0 0.0
12 Resid., Pub.. & Priv. l.Ug. 0.00330 0.00740 0.00690 0.02720 0.00230 C.01430 0.0
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Maint. 0.00040 0.00340 0.0 0.00020 0.00550 0.2.200r 0.05320 0.0
14 Heat & Milk Products 0.00549 C.0 O.00444 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
15 Fish Processing C.00097 0.0 0.00052 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
IC Frozen Package Foods 0.00060 0.0 0.co00s0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0
17 Crain & Sugar Products O.C3239 0.0 0.00134 0.0 0.00362 0.0 0.0 0.0
I Bottling. Canning & Otherr 0.00120 0.0 0.00170 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
19 Tobacco Products O.OOCO9 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
20 Fabric ProcessinR 0.000031 0.0 0.00000 0.0 0.00020 0.00002 0.00006 0.00017
21 Apparel & Other TeCxti' Pro.l. C.C0002 1.0 C. 007 0.1 0.0 0.00016 0.Ob005 0.00011
?2 Wood Processlng 0.0 0.0 0.C 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0007f
23 Wood Structures 6 Containers 0.00010 0.0 0.0 0.0 C.0 0.0 0.0 0C.0090
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.00oo 1 C.0008 0.00o29)3 0.00156 0.00127 0.00003 0.00127 0.03564
26 Printing 6 Publishing 0.1355 0.00107 0.001O0 0..-028 0.00320 0.00142 0.00427 0.00000
27 Chemicals 0.00113 0.00015 0.00039 0.000 5O C.00034 O.OOH3? 0.00040 0.01053
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.0 0.00J70 0.000 0 0.o00O0 0.0 0.002',0 0.0 0.0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00322 C.00016 0.C077. 0.00016 0.00003 0.00060 0.00349 0.0049C
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints .C00031 C.30001 C.C0424 0.00017 0.00024 0.000.3 0.00025 0.00002
31 Petroleum Refiinng & Pred. 0.C0000 0.00035 O.CO007 0.00017 0.00015 0.00017 0.00042 0.00006
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00C00 0C.0007 0.0 O.C 0.0000o 0.0 0.0 0.0
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Products 0.00130 0.0002 0.00035 0.00017 0.00009 0.000 1 0.00052 0.00130
34 Metal Products O.OOJO0 0.0 0.00015 0.0000n 0.000n7 0.0003J. 0.00o'9 0.03800
35 Machinery 0.00371 0.0 0.0 0.00005 0.00011 0.000C 0.00122 0.006.7
3o Electrical Equipment 0.00149 0.00014 0.00014 0.00055 O.nOOlO 0.0004 0.00C142 0.01673
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00017 0.0000. 0.0 0.0 0.00332 0.00000 0.00027 0.02532
38 Instruments 0.000 '. 0.00101 0.30173 0.00 1 0.00001 0.00000f 0.0000! O.O0ol
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.O0C157 C. 0042 0.00024 0.C0070 0.00002 0.0000? 0.00001 0.00005
40 Transportation & jWrehousinR 0.069 70 0.0030 O.C00340 O.o0' 0 C.14740 0.00710 0.01960 0.0O"10
41 Commlnlicat ions 0. 0'C90 0.006O0 C.CO0JC 0.01790 0 .00260 0.00450 0.00440 0.OOqO
a4 Electric & Gas Utilitles 0.002"77 0.00717 0.C 161 0 0.03693 0.01 42 0.04371 0.227(9 0.0041
43 Water A Sanitary Utilities 0.C0029 0.00093 0.00300 0.00501 0.00100 0.00313 0.00064 0.0003f
44 Wholesale Trade 0.00542 0.00744 0.01077 0.00',.7 C.0005 0.00514 0.00934 0.00952
45 Retail trade 00100l 0.01010 0.00700 0.00570 0.00151 0.00240 0.00070 0.010 0
46 F.I.R.E. 0.02196 0.07005 0.04241 0.0661 0.07904 0 .03.55 0.00943 0.00566
47 Lodging 0.01045 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
48 Personal & Rep;airs 0.010,1 0.00333 0.01070 0.00003 0.00526 0.00307 0.00342 0.00254
4o Business Services 0.04005 0.03927 0.019304 0.03138 0.01 90 0.02632 0.02350 0.02310
SC Amusement & Recreation 0.00510 0.20310 0.0 0.00160 0.00080 0.0 0.0 0.0
51 Medical Services .0C 0.00011 0.CI 147 0.0 0.0 0.00016 0.00130 0.0
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.0002 0.00075 0.00017 0.00041 0.00003 0.00010 0.00007 0.0004A
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.OCle8 0.00109 O.C1 0.0026 0.0 5 0.00008 0.00023 0.00060 0.00031
54 State Cov't Enterprises 0.00001 0.00002 0.00003 0.00009 0.00001 0.00004 0.00002 0.00001
55 Local Gov't Enterprises 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.00018 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.07781































Arpsoliix Tablc 3.---lou, inrtc~ct1. i lcn'j ox'fficient .trix, 19;7


!7 01(0 2 I SECIO 2 !-CTOW 3 S CTCIP 4 S*CTOt4 S CTo- t f SFCT07 7 5rCtrn A


I Agricultural Services
2 Livestock Produ'-t
3 Field Crop:i, To. & 01l Crops
a Fruits & Nuts
5 Vegetables & Su);ar
e Forest, Greenhous 6 Nursery
7 Fishery Product,. & Forestry
p Mining
q Crude Petroleum N.tlural CGa
10 Stoun & Clay MiilnE
11 Chem-cal Fertilll:r Mining
17 Re-id.. Pub., & Prlv. Bldg.
I Util. & Serv. (o. tr.. M.int.
14 M 'ea & Milk Proh,. toi
15 Fish Processing
I6 Frozen Package Foods
17 Grain & Sugar Produrts
1n Bottling, Coaninrg & Other
1o Tobacco Products
pC Fabric Proccssitn
21 Apparel 6 Other Textile Prod.
22 Wood Processing
23 Vood Structures & Containera
74 Furniture & Fixture"
p5 Paper Products & Processing
26 Printing & Publishing
27 Chemicals
28 Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals
79 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics
30 Drugs, Toiletrie i. Paints
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod.
32 Footwear & Leathr Prrod.
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Prod.
34 Metal Products
35 Machinery
3f Electrical Equipment
37 Transportation Equipmecnt
3P Instruenlts
39 Miscellanrous M.nufif actur ing
40 Trans. & Varehouuln!g
4a Co.municatlons
42 Electric & Cas Utilities
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities
44 Wholesale Trade
45 Retail Trade
46 F.I.R.E.
47 Lodging
A( Personal & Repairs
A4 Business Services
50 Amusement & Recreation
51 Medical Services
52 Education & Non-Prt,fit Serv.
'3 Fed. Cov't Enterprl'ses
54 State Gov't Ente(lprlse)
55 Local Gov't Enterrrliccs
56 Ordnance Manufacturing


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0.00027 0.00060 0.00133 0.00104 0.00092 0.00094
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0.003')I O.CC06 I 0.00749 0.0001 0.0001 a 0.01014
0.000CC60 0.0301 0.0036 0.0036S 0.00518 0.0005A
0.01147 0.07247 0.03077 0.02517 0.03149 0.03107
0.00620 0.023.'5 0.02571 0.0167C 0.01346 0.01034
0.03778 0.03702 0.10256 0.03913 O.05300 0.03205
0.00030 0.0C313 0.00107 0.00C67 0.00060 0.0006'
0.00174 0.00619 0.00184 0.0060S 0.00495 0.00701
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0.00009 0.0029 0.00015 0.00001 0.00006 0.00005
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A~jtrrpenix T.ble. 3.--Flori&c intenkri'['n1,o'-. c~rffiriintl rltrix, 1970--Onttixu'l

SECTOR 9 SCCTUI 10t SECTOR 11 SFrT'J I2 S-CTnr' 13 SIX TOR I4 StCTOR 15 SECTOR It

I Agricultural Services 0.0003.1 0.00013 0.00012 0.0013n 0.00;")0 0.00,"'7 0.00307 0.0166P
2 Livestock Products 0. 00049 0.000C2 0.300322 O.. .00 0.00024 0.7' 2559 0.00235 0.00779
3 Field Crops, lob. & Oil Crop:; 0.0002' 0C.0011 0.00311 0.'0004 0.03017 0.01601 0.00034 0.60172
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.00011 0.00005 0.00335 0.00010 0.0001a 0.00041 0.00197 0.06214
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.00020 0.00112 0.00312 0.00014 0.0001 0.001051 0.00237 0.0772C
6 Forest, Greenhouse 6 Nursery 0. OC31 0 0.00006 0.00007 0.0015J 0.00051 0.00011 C.005q9 0.00383
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0.00000 C.00C4 0.00035 0.000'01 0.0r0021 0.00)004 0. 00986 0.00014
SP Mining 0.0000? 0.00017 0.00017 0.0003 0.11I00 0. 0000.' 0.OC004 0.0000'
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas .00506 0.00067 0.00013 0.00016 0.00020 0.00017 0.0001' 0.0010
10 Stone & Clay Mining 0.00124 1.0.3079 0.00o07 0.007'7 C0.0?747 0.0001^ 0.00061 0.00119
It Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0.OCOC .C 0.00126 1063bb 0.0001 0.00033 0.00037 0.00021 0.0001P
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bldg. O.OtOB9 0.0C11J 0.01173 1.0035J 0.00307 0.00550 0.C1230 0.008 3
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., tint. 0.02945 0.O001O 0.00"J4 0.031S0C 1.00 1O 0.00135 0.00214 0.002?5
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.0001 0.000;'6 0.00025 0.00030 0.00003 1.04277 0.OOC95 0.02561
15 Fish Processingl C.00003 0.00004 0.00003 0C. 0006 0.00000 0.00004 1.02497 0.00010
16 Frozen Package Foods O.OCOO0 C.00003 0C00003 000000 0 0.00004 000004 0.01792 1.01799
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.00017 C.C024 0.00019 0.00036 0.0002? 0.012702 0.0021 0.02197
18 Bottling, Canning & Other O.00004 0.00006 C.00006 0.00010 0.00009 0.00012 0.01272 0. 053)0
19 Tobacco Products 0.00003 0.00003 0. 0003 0.00005 0.00004 0.00002 0.00004 0.00005
20 Fabric Processing 0.00C07 0.00065 0.00306 0.100046 0.00014 0.00020 C.00041 0.00033
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.00003 0.COC05 0.00003 0.C3010 0.000C0 0.001 0000 2 0.0 6 0.00025
22 Wood Processing 0.03C007 0.0012t. 0.C0171 '.04072 0.01252 0.00154 0.00240 0.00505
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.00025 C.C0043 0.00024 0.01111 0.001s. 0.00063 0.00050 0.00.34
?2 Furniture & Fixtures 0o00010 0.00012 0.00008 0.00410 0.r000oo 0.0000 0.00012 0o0001.
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.00?7 C.01743J oCO0Oe 0O.0 14 0.007'.7 0.0.347 0. 0.;032 0.1 770
26 Printing 6 Publishing O.0043J 0.003,13 0.0052F 0.00813 0.00550 0.00573 0.01447 0.01200
27 Chemicals 0.00664 0.01335 0.01619 0.00337 0.00343 0.00416 0.00J41 0.01177
28 Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.00035 0.00330 0.00032 O.C0025 0.00022 0.00186 0.00078 0.00873
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00234 0.00)27 0.00145 .C00752 0.00536 0.000.59 0.00277 0.0100
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00017 0.00012 O.C0011 O0.OOIA 0.00095 0.0001t. 0.00017 0.00021
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.0C006 0.00095 0.00017 0.00044 0.00201 0.00020 0.00022 0.00062
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00031 0.00001 0.00001 0.C0002 0.00002 0.00002 0.00002 0.00002
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 0.00820 0.05210 0.00174 0.07466f 0.05P11 0.00131 0.00592 0.00500
34 Metal Products 0.01076 0 .0190 0.01272 0.C066h06 0.07165 0.00397 0.02410 0.03 0(
35 Machinery 0.00590 0.00989 0.0059( 0.00742 0.00471 0.00128 0.00171 0.00243
3A Electrical Equipment 0.004 0.00174 0.00130 0.10 130 0.0072? 0.00044 0.00073 O.C0000
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00019 0.00027 0.00028 0.00043 0.C0045 0.00072 0.0005A 0.CO041
38 Instruments 0.00013 0.00003 0.0006 0.00014 0.00014 0.00036 0.00015 0.00016
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00076 0.00030 0.00016 0.00065 0.03039 0. 0.000 000024 0.00035
40 Transportation 6 Warehousing 0.01711 0.02225 0.02331 0.032,S 0.04755 0.03545 0.07055 0.05706
41 Communications 0.00425 0.30404 0.0077(, 0.00000 0.0076 4 0.0064.3 C.007021 0.0061
42 Electric 6 Gas Utilities 0.01460 0.03999 0.05516 0.00117 0.00702 0.01026 0.0020 0.01139
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.00C07 00 0.00135 0.00068 0.00046 O.COC44 0.00050 0.00066 0.00174
44 Wholesale Trade 0.C0070 0.01604 000.000 0.03665 0.026r,' 0.02026 0.06634 0.06040
45 Retail Trade 0.00718j 0.00755 0.0096 0.05 1,2 0.02569 0.00130 0.00543 0.00719
46 F.I.R.E. 0.15616 0.05235 0.05220 0.07-10 0.0?346 0.02034 0.02562 0.02976
47 Lodging 0.0006 0.00071 0.00370 0.00095 0..03077 0.00037 0.00009 0.0008o
4S Personal & Repairs 0.00242 0.0024 0.002'35 0.0OS50 0.006.7 0.0065' 0.00508 0.00653
49 Business Services 0.O0225 C.01045 0.02990 0.04707 0.03772 0.01645 0.0327 0.04151
50 Amusement & Rerreatlon 0.00067 0.00049 0.000. 0.0.0000 0.00372 0.00047 0.000' 7 0.00073
51 Medical Services C.00014 0.00005 0.0000 5 0.0000 0.00 0? 0.00055' 0.00003 0.00004
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.0003 C.000n21 0.3007P 0.000 0 0 .00aC4 0.00045 n.00030 0.00034
13 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.00063 0.000C 0.0010J 0.00064 0.000 7 0.00041 0.00058 0.000A6
S State Cov't En trpr se 0.00 0001 0010 0.C030. 0.0C0000 C .10000 0.00007 0.00011 0.00013
Local ovt ntrpries 0.0000.001 0.00C26 0.0003J 0.00010 0.00011 0.000t1 0.00Ct5 0.00010
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0.00006 0.00005 0.0004 C.00012 0.00009 0.00003 0.00007 0.0008
-- Continued --































ApJcrxlix Tablc 3.--lloridc int.crdol'nden0c oxfficient nuri-ix, 1970--Continmd
SECTOR 17 SECTOP IS SFCTOc 19 StCTO. 20 SE.CT"O ?1 5 CTOVR 22 SECTOR 23 SECTOR 74


I Agricultural Services
2 Livestock Prod-Icts
3 Field Crops, lob. & Oil Crops
4 Fruits & Nuts
5 Vegetables & Sugar
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nurser)
7 Fishery Products & Forestry
8 Mining
q Crude Petroleum & Naitural GiCi
IC Stone & Clay "'IninR
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining
12 Reis., Pub. & Priv. Bldg.
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., lint.
14 Meat & Milk Products
15 Fish Processing
16 Frozen Package Foods
17 Grain & Sugar Products
ls Bottling, Canning & Other
1t Tobacco Products
20 Fabric Processing
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod.
22 Wood Processing
23 Wood Structures & Containers
24 Furniture & Fixtures
25 Paper Products & Processing
20 Printing & Publishing
27 Chemicals
2a Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Faints
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod.
32 Footwear & Leather Prod.
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod.
34 Metal Products
35 Machinery
36 Electrical Equipment
37 Transportation Equipment
30 Instruments
39 Miscellaneous ManufaCturing
40 Transportation 6 Warehousing
41 Communications
42 Electric & Gas Utilities
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities
44 Wholesale Trade
45 Retail Trade
46 F.I.R.E.
47 Lodging
1) Personal & Repairs
o4 Business Services
50 Amusement & Recreation
5t Medical Services
52 Education & N on-Profit Serv.
53 Fed, Gov't Erterprises
54 State Cov't Fnterprisces
55 Local Cov't Interprises
56 Ordnance Manufacturing


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Alxtndix Table 3.--Floridh intldJ;.r4 tence rcofficient nLutrix, I170--Contnlnsua


SfCTOR 25 SIC10 25 SLCTOP 27 SFC'OR 28 S[CTOn 29 SFCTOR 30 SECTCP 31 SECTOR 32
1 Agricultural Services 0.00001 0.00017 0.000J3 3 000 000 0.00013 0.000/1 0.00013 0.6003"
2 Livestock Products O.o000o' 0.0002) 0.00070 0.300n2o 0 .00C. 0.00C7P 0.00'21 0.01009
3 Field Crops, Tob. & 011 Crops 0.00021 0.00019 .0 0.00 0.00017 .001 00? 0.0010 0.00010 0.00C75
Fruits & Nuts 0.00106 0.00007 0.0000 0.00006 0.00o00 0.00012 0.00005 0.00005
5 Vegetables & Sugar O.OCO?0 0.00017 0.00196 0.00041 0.00023 0.00038 0.00011 0.00013
6 Forest, Greenh..-ise & Nursery O.0006 0.0001 0. 00014 0.00009 0.00007 0.00010 O.OC006 0.0000O
7 Fishery Product.; & Forestry 0.00o10 0.00020 0.r0024 0.0001C 0.0300A 0.00014 0.0000 1 0.00011
8 Mining C.00314 C.C004 0.00032 C.00OIC 0.07010 0.0000'. 0.0000^ 0.00003
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas O.00044 0.000;'2 0.0012. 0.00057 0.00037 0.00073 0.OA;97 0.00015
10 Stone & Clay Mlning 0.00345 0.00079 0.00.77 0.01031 0.00110 0.00261 0.00284 0.00025
II Chemical iertilie'cr Mining 0.0oC22 0..OCoB 0.C2415 0.C079-21 00268 0.00274 0.00034 0.0003)
12 Resid., Pub.. & Priv. Bldg. 0.01032 0.00173 0.01040 0.00C?' 0 0.0076 0 0.00759 0.01652 0.00350
23 Util. & Serv. Constr.. hMllnt. 0.003J1 0.0072 0.C0244 0.OC.'67 0.00164 0.00151 0.00465 0.00103
14 Meat & Milk Products 0.00035 0.000039 0.00J5 0.00064 0.00061 0.00140 0.00036 0.03635
15 Fish Processing C.00005 0.00006 0.30005 0.00005 0.00005 0.00012 0. 00004 0.O004
16 Frozen Package Foods 0.00004 0.00004 0.000~6 0.00008 0.00005 0.00009 0.00003 0.03003
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.00C53 0.00000 0.0c012. 0.00160 C.00044 0.00476 0.0001 0.00115
IS Bottling, Canning & Other 0.00010 0.00110 0.0004 0.00014 0.09'010 0.00021 0.00006 0.0007
19 Tobacco Prducts 0.00033 000 0.0000 000003 0.00004 0.00C04 0.00011 0. 00003 0.00003
20 Fabric Processing 0.001o4 0.00073 0.00023 0.00065 0.00401 0.00027 0.00006 0.0059
21 Apparel 6 Other Textile Prod. 0.00029 0.00029 0.00009 C.OOC15 C.00035 0.O0001 0.00005 0.00126
2- Wood Processine 0.04845 0.00970 0.00J05 0.00309 C.00262 0.00229 0.00114 0.0044)
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.00335 0.00073 0.00001 C.00077 0.00258 0.00019 0.00028 0.0067J
24 Furniture & Fi.xtiure.s 0.00023 0.003'2 0.00009 0.00009 0.00033 0.00009 0.00010 0.00026
25 Paper Products & Processing 1.3P9955 0.23192 C.02196 0.05833 0.04608 0.04758 0.0104F 0.0305?
24 Printing & Publishing 0.01534 1.17744 0.00?73 0.00617 0.00554 0.01078 0.00449 0.00 40
27 Chemicals 0.02652 0.0103 1.10446 0.17756 0.03147 0.06995 0.01377 0.01096
28 Fertilizer & Ag Chemicals 0.00051 0.00066 0.0140 I2.2770A 0.00140 0.00458 0.00030 0.00004
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.02094 0.03053 0.0?451 0.01449 1.10712 0.03137 0.0025 0.04475
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paint 0.03036 0.00024 0.00220 0.00132 0.00009 1.01066 0.00051 0.00110
31 Petroleum Refining Prod.. 0.00037 0.00319 0.00253 0.00072 0.00045 0.00040 1.00191 0.00012
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00003 O.000J 0.0003 0 0.0000 0.03019 0.000002 0.000C 1.02361
33 Class, Stone S Clay Prod. 0.0035Or 0.00156 0.C0473 0.00600 0.00646 0.02519 0.00449 0.00135
34 Metal Products 0.0201I8 C.C00)i7 C.02C0C 0.01803 0.01 lO 0.07117 0.00558 0.00925
35 Machinery 0.00348 0.00158 C.00567 0.0.000 0.0039 0 0.00179 0.0018 0.01192
36 Elertrical Equipment 0.00095 0.C30O6 0."011 5 0.00078 0.00102 0.00092 0.00101 0.00069
37 Transportation Equipment 0.0003J 0.00028 0.00050 0.00039 0.00098 .0.00036 0.00031 0.00022
38 Instruments 0.00032 0.00122 0.00C15 0.00016 0.00020 0.00057 0.00015 0.00040
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00194 C.00064 0.00041 0.00020 0.0001I 0.00071 0.00021 0.00107
40 Transportation & Warehousing 0.0C016 0.03C45 0.03701 0.06504 0.03198 0.03292 0.06366 0.02195
41 Coimunlcations 0.00943 0.01805 0.007?2 0.00007 0.03'40 0.012 0 0.00411 0.00727
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.026 91 0.01723 0.C4237 0. 020 4 0.0?039 0.01044 0.0215l 0.00013
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.00235 0.000R4 0.C0o60 0.00077 0.03090 0.00059 0.00121 0.00060
44 Wholesale Trade 0.0C.143 0.02306 0.01961 0.02e24 .02363 0.0209 0.01110 0.03407
45 Retail Trade 0.00484 0.0029 0.00'01 0.00606 0.0091' 0.01196 0.00343 0.00418
46. F.t.R.E. 0.03047 0.06037 0.03547 0.04015 0.00766 0.04244 0.04P04 0.02':6
47 Lodging 0.0006. 0.O0107 0.C0000 0.00073 0.00071 0.00270 0.00061 0.00056
aB Person & Repalrs 0.00585 0.00669 0.00345 0.00412 0.00402 0.00750 0.00260 0.00323
49 Business Services 0.0293 0. 4E153 0.03141 0.03258 C.0141 0. 1019P. 0.02525 0.02008
o5 Amusement & Recreation 0.003'o 0.001?7 00.00062 0.OC06"0 0.0068 0.00135 0.0047 0.00056
51 Medical Scrvice 0.0000J 0.00005 0.00003 0.00004 0.00003 C.00004 0.00004 0.00004
52 Education & Non-Profit Serv. 0.00038 0.00095 0.00340 0.00041 0.00040 0.0007'00.00020 0.00047
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.000406 000 0.0074 0.00190 0.00058 0.00097 0.00051 0.00090
54 State Gov't Enterprises 0.00C16 0.00009 0.0 o.14 0.00010 0.00000 0.00008 0.00010 0.00006
." Local Cov't Enterprite 0.0002.4 0.00012 0.00030 0.O0002.6 0.0001 0.00011 0.00022 0.00000
56 Ordn.nce Hinuf[.cturiig 0.00006 0.00028 O.OCU0. 0.00013 0.00070 0.0009 00003 0.00005


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Anln.lix Table 3. --lorictl int.Trnp'i;|.ileio onfiltfici:nt- n\trix: 1970-Continvw!


------- $--'-------- -,- 30S-s- 30'1 -Ct_^J___I=__,2 tFCs 3_-3rSFCTO -S r.Cwn Tii

I Agricultural Services 0. OCI0'; O. 0.00 0000001 0.00010 0.00001 0.00012 0.C000.2 0.00022
t Livestock Products 0.00021 0.00012 0.00014 0.00015 O.00'10 0.00033 0.00034 C..00049
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.00011 0.00003 0.00007 0.00037 0.0000' 0.000.'7 0.00013 0.00030
4 Fruits 6 Nutl, 0.00005 0.00003 0.00004 0.00004 0.00C0.3 0.OCO4 0.000C 0.00007
5 Vegetables L Sugar 0.OOC 11 0.00"07 0.00007 0.00008 0.00005 0.00010 0.C0102 0.00012
6 Forest, Crre'ihouse & Nur.cry 0.00010 1.0" 0'i O.r 0.030 0.0000 0.00007 0.00006 0.000! 0.00006
7 Fishery Products & Forestry O.COC1 O.OO05 0.0000' 0.OCC05 0.09'30 0.000006 0.000",2 0.0000%
SMining 0.00022 0.00106 0. 0000 0.00007 0.00008 0.00000. 0.00007 0.00002
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gns 0.0007 0.05 .005 0.0001f 0.30017 0.00013 0.0001 .00t011 0.00013
10 Stcne & Clay Mining 0.06420 O.C013J 0.00061 0.0010'5 0.000''. 0.000k7 0.00107 0.00O06
11 Chemical I Itilzcr Mining 0.00406 0.00066 0.00013 0.10024 0.03013 0.00039 0.0003 1 0.0000
1? Resid.. Pub., I Priv. B!dg. 0.C12?3 0.00'17 0.00525 0.00528 0.00470 0.00566 0.00i57 0.00426
13 Util. & Serv. Constr., Maint. O.OC344 0.00100 0.00093 0.00103 0.00094 0.00014 0.0012? 0.02682
14 Heat & Milk Froducts O.C0034 0.00023 0.000?2 0.00026 0.00018 0.00097 0.0C0C0 0.00123
15 Fish Processing 0.00005 0.00004 0.00004 C.00004 0.00003 0.00005 0.00OC5 0.0o0?P
I, Frozen Packnr, Foods 0.00004 0.00003 0.00002 0.00003 0.0CC? 0.00003 0.00033 0.00025
17 Crain 6 Su,.ar Products 0.00040 0.00C28 0.00021 0.00025 0.00016 0.00033 0.00043 0.00049
in tottlin,. Caning & Other 0.0000 0.00006 0.00006 0.00007 0.00004 0.0000P 0.00007 0.0002
19 Tobacco Produ.ts 0.00004 0.00003 0.00003 0.00004 0.C0002 0.00004 0.00045 0.00002
20 Fabric Processing 0.00070 0.C0013 0.00310 0..0019 0. O011 0.00101 0.00274 0.00031
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 0.00020 0.00019 0.00021 0.00022 0.00017 0.00021 0.0004-) 0.00014
22 Wood Proces.ing 0.00462' C.00205 0.0010 0.00189 0.00377 0.00210 0.00900 0.00074
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0.003.71 0.0027 O.COC)0 0.0010 0.00119 0.000 0 .073 0474 0.00019
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0.00086 0.000'3 0.00051 0.00355 0.0011? 0.001o0 0.00109 0.00005
25 Paper Products & Proccsing 0.0341 0.010#,0 0.00/93 0.0190 0.00O01 0.03152 0.062f. 0.00525
26 Printing. & ublishlng 0.006?7 0.00610 0.00685 0.00670 0.00383 0.00706 0.01576 0.004A2
27 Chemicals 0.01497 0.00594 0.00204 0.00591, 0.00234 0.01357 0.00709 0.00117
2p Fertilizers and Ag Chemicals 0..00047 0.00016 0.00025 0.00017 0.00010 0.00029 0.00077 0.O005P
29 Flastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.01456 0.00016 0.00766 C.01449 0.01131 0.01508 0.03134 0.00444
30 Dru.s, Toiletrles & P'lintl 0.00044 0.0005 0.0007 0. 0.000 0037 0.0041 0.00071 0.00071 0.00026
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.C0042 0.C0016 0.00016 0.00012 0.00012 3.00012 0.00018 0.0011i
32 Footwear & l.eathcr Prod. 0.00004 0.00004 0.00004 0.00004 0.00002 0.00000 0.00064 0.00002
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 1. 1232t' 0.00i541 0.O 0.01590 0.004 0.000020 0.00637 0.00335
34 Metal Products 0.014 -3 1.1746 0.07642 C.05E261 0.0709 0.04202 0.0595a0 O.OO42
35 Machinery 0.00632 0.00976 1.04709 O.00P71 0.01f34 0.00582 0.00526 0.00107
36 Electrical Equlpment 0.C00215 0.00458 0.02477 1.07711 0.01236 0.02336 0.00627 0.00171
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00015 0.00204 0.C0419 0.00312 1 .060C7 0.00243 0.00405 0.00393
3A Instruemcnts 0.00020 0.00034 0.00060 0.00112 0.0009R 1.01174 0.004A5 0.0001P
39 Miscellincous Matufacturing 0.0070 0.002(.5 0.00060 0.00045 0.00066 0.00067 I.00'.4 0.00016
.0 Transportatl.ln & WhrehouslnK 0.07279 0.0357 0.01651 0.01607 0.02074 0.01553 0..02902 1.12227
4A Cootmnicat coni 0.OC948 0.00633 0.0089 C0.0107.3 0.006(2 0.01004 0.00C82 0.01339
42 Electric & (:.i Utilities 0.0471 0. 0.02.04 O.O00f0 0.01063 O.O0O00, 0.00866 0.0092?2 0.09)I
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities O.00OO2 0.00067 0.00041 0.00350 0.00054 0.00045 0.00038 0.00160
44 Wholesale Irade 0.024A4 0.02274 0.C2271 0.02191 0.C1760 0.02/54 0.028e5 0.020'80
45 Retail Trade 0.00 521 0.00445 0.00957 0.003 0.0054 0.00 0.0091 .00644 0.010to
46 F.I.R.E. 0.030116 0.010 C 4 0.0C?20 0.02545 0.01620 0.02557 0.027r.4 0.0a61P
47 Lodging 0.00072 0.CC004 0.00059 0.00068 0.00043 0.00078 0.00067 0.00073
4a Personal & Repairs 0.0')05 0.C032'6 0.00373 0.00364 0.01117 0.00300 0.00395 0.01711
49 Business Services 0.01234 0.0;;'72? 0.0272 0.0.321 0.020r9 0.03t16 0.03208 0.0213P
50 Aausement & R,:cre.aton 0.0o07r 0.000051 0.00066 0.00077 0.00C49 0.0001 0.00064 0.00141
51 ltedlcal Services 0.00003 0.00002 0.00033 0.00002 0.00001 0.00002 0.00002 0.00004
52 Education & No.n-Profit Serv. 0.00046 0.00029 0.00044 0.00048 0.00032 0.00051 0.00045 0.00046
53 Fed. Gov'L Fnterprlss O.CCOl 0.00049 0.00057 0.00064 0.00050 0.0001.5 0.0007R 0.0004n
54 State Gov't F.ltrrpris-e 0.0014 C.00007 0.00005 0.00006 0.00000 0.00004 0.0005 0 0.00063
55 Local Gov't El:trprises 0.0003. 0.00019 0.00030 0.00009 0.00000 0.00007 0.00010 0.00172
56 Ordnance ManufactLul'Rg 0.00036 0.00041 0.0012B 0.00404 0.00617 0.00211 0.00295 0.00006
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Apxrklix Table 3.--'loriid intcrdeL'jk-ri-'nce cxtfficient. nitlrix, 1970--Conti.njuc


sE-CTC 41 sFCIO 42 SFCTLI 43 SCTOR 44 S'-~rOR 45 Ss .CTn 4 SFr:CTO 47 S'CTOC

I Agricultural Services 0.000C?' O.OOC5 0.ooc00 0.00/29 O.C0015 0.00152 0.00032 0.00017
2 Livestock Products 0.00076 0.00008 0.00009 0.00070 O.00C"0 0.00317 0.00057 0.00'03
3 Field Crops, Tob. & Oil Crops 0.00030 0.COCllt 0.0000 0.00031 0.00010 0.00171 0.00030 0.00012
4 Fruits & Nuts 0.00c "I 0.00002 OO00003 0.00021 0.00007 0.00064 C.00013 0.00005
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0.00000 0.00004 0.0000, 0.00031 0.00017 0.00114 0.000?3 0.00010
6 Forest, Greenhour! & Nursery 0.00007 0.00003 O.C00'5 C0.0010 0.00017 0.00051 0.00143 C.0000
7 Fishery Products & Forestry C.00002 0.0002 0.00002 C.00009 0.00033 O.OOO0L 0.00005 0.00002
8 Mining 0.000CO C.000T87 O.OCO07 0.00002 0.00002 0.000;' 0.00006 0.00003
9 Crude Petroleulm & Natural Ca.s 0.00016 0.017q5 0.000.1 0.00015 0.00037 0. 0001. 0.00071 0.00019
10 Stone & Clay Minlng 0.OC071 0.00103 0.00147 0.00044 0.00024 0.000.7 0.000!5 0.00067
II Chemical Fertilizer Mlnin 0.00004 .0.00005 O.OC012 0.0001 0.00006 0.00016, 0.0002 0.00012
12 Resid., Pub., & Priv. Bidg. 0.00479 0.00110 0.00175 C.0040O 0.00510 0.05073 0.03283 0.00547
13 Itll. & Serv. Constr. Mint. 0.02418 0.037(65 0.05421 0.007 0.00160 0.00106 0.00349 0.00 AP
|4 Meat & Milk Products 0.00023 C.00012 0.00009 0.00227 0.00024 0.00016 0.00041 C.00026
15 Fishery Processing 0.00004 C.00002 0.00COI 0.0 0.00 O.004 0.00005 0.00007 0.00003
If Frozen Package Foods 0.00003 C.00002 0.0000 0.00016 0.C0003 0.00003 0.00C04 0.00002
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.00016 O.CC00I 0.0000P 0.00379 0.00023 0.00054 0.00035 0.00032
In Bottling, Canning & Other 0.C0006 0.00003 3.00002 C0.0005 C0.00006 0.00007 0.00010 0.000.0.
1l Tobacco Products 0.C0004 00.00001 0.OOCO 0.00011 0.00004 0.00005 C.C0000A 0.00003
20 Fabric Processing 0.00033O 0.00005 0.C0005 00.00027 0.00010 0.0000'a 0.00133 0.0003P
21 Apparel & Other Textile Prod. C.C0017 C.00009 0.00007 0.00040 0.00005 0.00010 0.00091 0.,0069
22 Wood Processing 0.00065 C.00062 0.0054 O.0018O 0.00097 0.00246 0.00206 0.00073
23 Wood Structutes & Containers 0.00013 0.00010 0.00022 0.00733 0.00028 0.00066 0.00145 0.00057
24 Furi;iture & Fixtures .CO00005 0.00002 0.00003 0.00051 0.03005 0.00032 0.00019 0.00011
25 Paper Products & Processing 0.C0415 0.C0242 0.00275 0.01734 0.01t73 0.00661 0.01389 0.00592
26 Printing & Publishing 0.00793 0.00254 0.00216 0.01444 0.00781 0.01081 0.01141 0.00450
27 Chemicals 0.00052 O.0C127 O.C0308 0.0026q 0.00087 0.00141 0.00194 0.00250
28 Fertilizers 6 Ag Chemicals 0.00032 C.00007 0.00020 0.00138 0.00017 0.00174 0.00328 0.00019
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0.00130 C.OO0Oq 0.0009' 0.00506 0.0020O 0.00164 0.00664 0.00919
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 0.00003 0.00006 0.0000? 0.00055 0.00014 0.0007? 0.00130 0.0018a
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. 0.00013 0.00033 0.00014 0.00035 0.00022 0.00020 0.00044 0.00035
32 Footwear & Leather Prod. 0.00032 C.00001 0.00001 0.00010 0.00001 0.00001 0.00006 0.0004
33 Class, Stone & Clay Prod. 0.00207 0.00249 0.00342 0.00358 0.07204 0.00437 0.00549 0.0097F
34 Metal Products 0.00312 0.0C447 0.00550 0.00472 0.00732 0.0046O 0.00510 0.'2?0O
35 Machinery 0.00047 C.00076 0.00115 0.C0017 0.00046 0.00172 0.00110 C.00521
36 Electrical Equipment 0.0053A 0.00153 0.00065 0.003-01 C.00055 0.00144 0.00 14 0.01110
37 Transportation Equipment 0.000?.2 C0.OOC 0.00013 .OOC9 C0.000?? 0.00040 0.O001 0.00081
38 Instruments 0.00014 O.C0003 0.00003 C. 0004 0.00007 0.00014 0.00015 0.00083
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 0.00015 0.00006 0.00006 0.00047 C.00023 0.00015 0.00072 0.00165
40 Transportation 6 Warehousing 0.0075 0.02749 0.00664 0.02606 0.'0094 0.01593 0.02377 0.01314
a4 Communications 1.0192! 0.00504 0.00417 0.02144 0.01 13P 0.0119 0.02212 0.00926
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 0.00C71 1.23P16 0.02814 0.00766 0.0236R 0.00611 0.04435 0.01038
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 0.0009e6 0.0C5 1.00C43 0.00110 0.00157 0.00150 0.00536 0. 00088
44 Wholesale Trade 0.00545 0.00573 0.0C427 1.01'75 0.007J3 0.00730 0.01'63 0.03504
45 Retail Trade 0.00750 C.0035P 0.0037.1 0.01)04 1 V)3C'0 0.0 J31 0.01684 0.02247
46 F.I.R.E.. 0.01360 0.01603 0.02207 0.05614 0.071. I 1.10O01 0.15475 0.05506
47 Lodging 0.00076 0.00029 0.00072 0.001.16 0.00007 0.00317 1.00151 0.00059
48 Personal & Repairs 0.01392 0.00150 0.00760 0.01nI7 0.01055 0.00J"(6 0.06115 t.01596
49 Business Services 0.01612 0.013'06 0.0CI'1 0.0 498. 0.03-.5 0 0.04173 0.05837 0.02350
50 Amusement & Recreation 0.04(50 0.OOC07 C.00032 0.00154 0.00372 0.00257 0.00CC7 0.00072
51 Medical Services 0.00004 0.002 0.00003 00.000 0 00007 0.0 0001 00014 0.00005
52 Education & Non-Profit Scrv. O.OC048 0.00019 0.C0001 .C00065 0.000158 0.00105 0.00747 0.00062
53 Fed. Gov't Enterprises 0.0013M 0.00f. 1 0.00112 0.00135 0.00451 0.00259 0.00213 0.00071
54 State Gov't Enterprlses 0.0003 0.00070 C.03432 0.00013 0.00040 0.00046 0.00039 0.00036
55 Local Gov't Enterprise' 0.00007 0.00716 0.00017 0.000008 0.0015 0.00000 0.00029 0.0000C
56 Ordnance lMnufacturing 0O.C0004 0.C00002 0.0000 0.00064 0.00003 0.00013 0.00006 0.00015

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Aptx.xlix Table 3.--Florili intcridl<,ndl ne oo --ffici"nt m-t.rix, 1970--Continku,

SFCTOr 419 V Clf SO3 Sr CTO SR SI-CT 01 52 r.' 1ro 0' St Clrli' 5' SrcTOo SECTOR be


1 Agricultural Scrvices O. C043 C.C0170 0.0C031 0.00020 0.000" 0 0.00100 0.000"2 0.00007
2 Livestock Products O.OC00O 3.003?5 O.CO161 0.C0033 0.r)0'l 0.00026 0.00013 0.00011
3 Field Crops. Tob. & 011 Crops O.PCC04? o.Co'oo 0.Co000 0.Cc00o 0 .01 1A C.00016 0.0000n 0.00005
4. Fruit & Nuts 0.00072 0.0003.5 0. 3 .0003 0.000) 0.00001! 0C00009 0.0004 0.00003
5 Vegetables & Su!a;.r 0.00 1o 0.0004. 0.00094 001'; C.00ao. 0.00015 0.00007 0.00008
6 Forest, Greeilhot,. Nu&ursery 0.CC004 0.000.0 C.000o1 0.f)001 0.0000 0.00010 0. 00006 0.0000#
7 Fishery Products 6 Forestry 0.000:13 O.C)00t04 0.C000 0.00093 0.0000o 0.00000 0C.0n00o. 0.0000
B Hilnfn 0.00002 C.0000C .00000' 0.00005 0.000/6 0.0007 0.00073 0.00007
9 Crude Petroleurm 6 Natural Gas 0.00016 0.0090.? 0.000 3 0.00069 0.00039 0.00098 0.0041.2 0.0001"
It Stone & Clay Mining o.oo00o6 0.0J 041 .co 0 C) 0.001 0.000 0.00oO-S 0.o00174 0.00033
II Cheilrval Fcrtiltir,.r Miinng 3.00o20 C.00C 5 0.000C)P .C01 0.0. 0.0011 0.03114 0.00007 0.00037
II Resid., Pub. & Priv. Bldg. 0.00el- 0.01476 0.CCoa2 0.03162 0.000. 0 0.01757 0.00141 .C00404
13 Util. & Scrv. Con tr., Maint. O.C04o4 0.C0.o5 0.00135 0.00241 0.0133J 0.23237 0.06 70 0.0010!
14 Meat & Milk Proulcts 0.006 22 0.00000 0.0049. 0.00013 0.0013. 0.00031 0.00CC2 0.00020
IS Fishery Processln; 0.C0019 O.0000C 0.000"5 0.0000, 0.C0007 0.00005 O.OOC04 0.00004
If Fro7ren Pacrg::F.e Foods 0.00070 0.0C004 0O.C067 C.00034 0.00"0f 0.00014 0.00003 0.00003
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0.03-O) 0.00031 0.,0197 C.00026 0.00430 C.00024 0.00001 0.00021
If Bottling, Canninoe Other 0.Colt6 C.0001O 0.C0203 C.00009 0.000C 0 0.00000 0.00006 0.00006
19 Tobacco Products 0.00114 0.0C006 0.30003 0.00005 0.00003 0.00004 0.00004 0.00004
20 Fabric Processti 0.oo000o/2 C.C0005 0.00015 C.00o '. 00.3' )00 0.3000o 0.00013 0. .-079
P1 Apparel & Other ri-xtile Prod. 0.0CC1O' C.00030 0.00021 0.00004 0.0OOCC 0.00023 0.OCCCO 0.00017
22 Wood Procvessin, 0.00o't 0.CO009J 0.00rC 0.01O7 0.000 .1 0.3 00376 0.00105 0.00298
23 Wood Structure.; & Containers C0.CO47 0.000?7 0.0 002 0.00043 0.00011 0.000", 0.0008 0.00697
24 Furniture & Fixtures C0.000) 0.00009 0.000 CC0. Coo 0.00004C 0.00015 0.00004 0.00018
;5 Paper Prodouct 6& Processlng C.C4H,17 0.COta2 0.0072. 0.01207 0.0050,. 0.00-~l 0.00, 4 0.01372
26 Printing & Publlis.hlnR 0. .709 0.017t6 0.0063( 0.04097 0.00934 0.00952 0.02038 0.00562
P7 Chemicals 0.0040 O 0.0oo 0.0051 0.0044 0.00130 0.01CS7 0.00168 0.01440
Z. Fertilizers & Ag Chemicals 0.00050 0.C0667 0.0000C 0.00123 O.C0010 0.00347 0.00010 0.00025
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synt'tetics 0.os.?2 O0.C0118 C .00397 0.00131 C.00219q 0.00260 0.0048a 0.00764
30 Drups, Tollrtrier & Paints O.0C047 C.000C1 0.OC442 0.0002'? 0.00033 0.00054 0.00037 0.0001&
31 Petroleum Refining & Prod. C.O00I1 0.00013 0.00012 0.00025 0.00037 000 0.00405 0.0050 0001'
32 Footwear & .Lentlhr ProJ.' 0.00011 0.00010 0.00001 0.00002 0.00004 0.00001 0.00001 0.00001
33 Class, Stone & Cliy Prod. 0.C308 O.C02 11 0.001143 0.00362 O.nO ,l 0.01564 0.00a60 0.00309
34 Metal Products C.C0070 0.C0233 0.00190 0.00347 0.C0020 0.01 902 0.00753 0.052At
35 Hachincry 0.0047? 0.00063 0.0000 0.01 0.007 0.00719 0.000)o9
3 Electrical Equipmennt 0.00272 C.C000 0.00064 0.00144 0.00067 0.00263 0.00252 0.C2051
37 Transportation Equipment 0.00071 0.0002? 000 0.0C 2 .00022 0.0010t 0.00032 0.00052 0.0o940
30 Instruments 0.00114 0.C0138 0.00183 0.00029 0.0000" 0.00015 0.00011 0.00221
39 Miscellaneous Hanufacturing 0.001P5 C.C006 0.00034 0.000C6 0.00011 0.00070 0.00012 0.00028
40 Transportation 6 Wsrchousing C.0o012 0.01' 1 0.30R) 3 0.01518 0. 99 4 0.02552 0.03405 0.01715
41 Communications C.C069' C0.0143 0.01132 C.0231 0.00691 O. 00945 O.COASl 0.01389
42 Electric & Gas Utilities C.00~S2 0.01322 0.02231 0.04!30 0.0?02'3 0.05721 0.2k324 0.00889
43 Water & sanitary Utilities 0.000P6 0.00146 0.00329 0.00907 0.00199 0.00371 0.00092 0.00050
44 Wholesale Trade 0.OJ13J 0.01.9 0.0133 C.CIC44 0.01 00 0.0t354 0.01361 0.143j
45 Retail Trade 0.0210, 0.01649 0.00040 0.00C0 0.004H7 0.01077 0.00420 0.01380
46 F.I.R.E. C0.0'a70 0.10457 0.C5233 0.0H175 0.042'9 0.0575 0.01027 0.01371
47 Lodging 0.01960 0.093)t:8 0.00o062 0.00124 0.00c06Z 0.00090 0.00065 0.00063
a P Personal & Repa.rs 0.0t124 0.00'.27 0.012?2 0.01157 O.OO873 0.00693 0.00575 0.00458
49 Business Servlcres l. 0"'797 0.069031 0.02155 0.04),3 0.0i" 63 0.04001 0.03224 0.03205
',0 Amt*semnt & recreation 0.01014 1.250 1 0.00079 0.0034 O.00 0000 0000.00065 0.00090
1 HMed-ical Service-; 0.00005 .00024 C.01370 0.00007 0.000004 0.00021 0.00134 0.00001
57 Education 6 Non-Profit Serv. 0.OOlO9 0. 0.0014 0.00002 1.C0001l 0.09C1 0.0003J. 0.00021 0.00063
53 Fed. Cov'L Enterpr!fcs 0.0032? 0.00194 0.00'9 0.00137 1.00n0'. 0.00086 0.00218 0.00063
54 State Cov' t Entr lri cs C.00312 C.00013 0.00019 0.00034 0.0001 7 1.00024 0.000?3 0.00005
S Iocal GOv't Fnterr.eiqs 0.00018 0.000 C.00014 0.00028 0.n0037 0.00017 1.00160 0.00000
56 Ordnance lMufalct;uring. ).rC000 0.00004 0.0)003 0.C0004 0.00003 0.00005 0.00004 1.08"67












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Appendix Table 4.--f'loida train;act inn matrix, 1970

SLt TOr I S1 C'C0 2 ,F CTCQ 3 StCTOr 4 SFCTnO 5 SCCT(0 6 SFC TOR 7 SFCTOR 8

I Agricultural Seavices 0 750'e 40t,6 44(71 1'8.30 714 429 0
2 Livestock Products 33'7 75030 3006 400 541 914 331 0
3 Field Crops, Tobacco & Oil Crops 3n17 22670 6Bi 0 0 0 0 0
4 Fruits and Nuts !2.77 0 C 0 0 0 0 0
5 Vegetables and Sugar 4714 6F'r 0 0 390'5 0 0 0
6 Forest, Creenhouse Nursery L21 0 0 546Q9 47S3 6'F5 1008 0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0 0 0 0 0 0 79 0
8 Minlng 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 81
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
10 Stone and Clay Mining 0 38 629 69 551 150 0 49
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0 0 66 331 n 9 0 30
12 Residential, Public & Private Bldg. 0 2895 1875 3043 1637 770 0 286
13 Util. & Ser. Cons., Maint. & Repair 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 Meat S Milk Products 0 70 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Fish Processing C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Frozen Pkg. Foods 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 Crain & Sugar Products 1138 72283 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Bottling, Canning & Other 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 Tobacco Products 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Fabric Processing 2581 10 25 44 135 17 52 7
21 Apparel & Other 1:xt. Products 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 Wood Processing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87
23 Wood Structures & Containers 71( 38 13 6582 2980 9 0 0
24 Furniture and Fixtures 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Paper Products & Processing 6701 223 0 0 17 229 1 5
2f Printing & Publishing 12 67 35 197 40 57 2 1
27 Chemicals 0 224 2010 1940 1312 313 9 262
28 Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals 1150 457 7092 17330 6955 1400 5 0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 0 240 467 589 280 389 26 113
JO Drugs. Toiletries & Paints 0 75 0 0 0 0 2 0
31 Petroleum Refining & Products 7 54 130 122 87 46 8 4
32 Footwear & Leather Products 5 33 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 Class, Stone & Clay Products 12 93 57 247 79 618 3 54
34 Metal Products 305 346 Ill 144 76 46 174 327
35 Machinery 39 40 440 497 248 166 5 272
36 Electrical Equipment 0 52 73 109 50 35 5 17
37 Transportation Equipment 12 15 13 26 15 1 32 7
38 Instrimentsi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
39 Hiscellaneous Manufacturing 0 4 1 3 t I 4 16
40 Transportation 5 Warehousing 1493 8572 2264 3456 2520 112.7 384 816
41 Commnunicatilns 0 952 34A8 26 239 319 0 40
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 112 1078 277 990 433 (02 4 608
43 Water 6 Sanitary Utilities 0 54 440 1069 R|q 33 0 II
44 Uholenale Trade 70'1 6512 3J42 6275 4629 2436 263 297
45 Retail Trade 449 7162 2797 4133 17A4 657 82 46
46 F.I.R.E. :374 74(6 10o11 7017 6713 1 66 22n 1393
47 Lodging 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
48 Personal & Repair Services 26 1403 564 Iy54 516 453 45 35
49 Business Services 463 773 3966 6510 2646 218A 86 457
5C Amiiscn.ent & Recreation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
51 Medical Services 0 786 0 0 0 0 0 0
5? Education & Nrn-Pzofit Services 0 273 22 130 25 38 0 5
51 Federal Cov't Fnt,.rprisen 3 9 3 24 4 4 0 4
!4 State Cov't ;nterprlwes C 0 0 9 O 0 0 0
55 Local Gov't Enterprises 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
56 Ordnance Manufacturing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Appendix Table 4.--Florida transaction miatri:, 1970--Continued

SECTOR 9 SEC'tO' 13 SrCTCR II CTCr 12 '. CTO 13 S ICTOR 14 SICTOP 15 SFCTon IC

I Agricultural Services 0 0 0 3654 4?7f 0 0 0
2 Livestock Produ ts 0 0 0 0 0 146710 0 ZIp
3 Field Crops, Tobacco & Oil Crots 0 00 66 33 14 0 0
4 Fruits and Nuts 0 0 0 0 0 64 0 2337".
5 Vegetables and Surir 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 28373
6 Forest, Greeuhou:.e & Nursery 0 0 0 2741 458 0 0 0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0 0 0 0 0 0 12972 0
8 Mining 0 15 8 0 0 5 0 0
q Crude Petroleum & Nitural Gas 289 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
tO Stone & Clay Mininz 0 3c89 532 7004 34213 0 0 0
11 Chemical Fertlli? 1r Mining 0 96 4459 0 0 64 0 0
12 Residential, Public & Prlv. Bldg. 200 1042 614 913 458 1090 1315 1422
13 Ut1l. & Service Const., Milnt. & Re. 1716 0 C 0 0 0 0 0
14 Meat & Milk Products 0 0 0 0 0 26137 0 9455
15 Fish Processing 0 0 C 0 0 0 3293 30
16 Frozen Pkp. Foods 0 0 0 0 0 0 2318 4018
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0 0 0 0 0 606 90 9342
18 Bottling, Canning & Other Prep. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1434 20033
19 Tobacco Products 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2C Fabric Proressing 1 70 0 873 42 53 0 0
21 Apparel & Other Text. Products 0 0 0 346 208 53 24 64
22 Wood Processing 0 0 47 94569 14709 0 0 0
p3 Wood Structures & Containers 0 0 0 30151 1374 192 0 0
24 Furniture & Hixtures 0 0 0 13690 162 0 0 0
75 Paper Products & Processing 5 117B 314 11804 804 13649 4063. 31037
26 Printing & Publishing 0 0 5 0 0 1310 927 1047
27 Chemicals 325 1376 966 1648 1728 119P 172 1980
20 Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 C
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 76 904 343 13443 4577 2516 50 *452
30 Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 3 0 0 5197 126! 13 4 8
31 Petroleum Refining & Products 3 112 4 974 1355 43 5 17
32 Foorwear & Leather Products 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
33 Glass, Stone & Clay Prodicts 289 6019 0 197471 75890 222 434 351
34 Metal Products 351 1159 633 1(3862 900 4 1166 2228 105C3
!5 Machinery 2q9 1147 359 17025t 46 Z 45P 96 366
3( Electrical Equipment 230 118 46 29335 9101 21 0 0
37 Transportation Equipment 0 0 6 0 32 13 0 0
3- Instrumeots 4 0 0 1 "40 53 7 4 14
30 Misccllanepus Maiu;factur.inr, 30 17 3 092 140 0 0 0
4A Transportation & W-.lrhou ing 581) 1536 1071 f 785 49707 12954 6041 13617
41 Communications A49 4 314 10050 50'4 2052 298 853
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 606 3845 3006 1436 7.0 3632 498 3875
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 34 147 32 435 21i In3 38 261
44 Wholesale Trade 3137 1601 50. 00365 32794 7530 7715 18840
45 Retail Trade 218 644 442 151076 34977 833 167 528
A6 F.I.R.E. 8346 5456 2963 32728 16663 4200 1601 4201
47 Lodging 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 c
A4 Personal & Repair Services 58 865 59 10409 6"295 2410 320 998
o Business Services 807 2995 1637 1C6160 47BAA 6200 2807 9656
50 Arusement & Recreation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
51 Medical Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
52 Education & Non-Profit Services f 9 46 036 f469 109 Is 41
53 Fed. Cov't Enterprises 6 17 35 237 I11f 99 20 52
r4 State Cov't Entc'tpriseo 0 0 0 49 33 6 4 6
56 Local Gov't Erirrrprises 0 0 0 0 0 00 a
eg, Ordnance Minufan-turin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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Appendix Table 4.--Florida triinsnction nmtrix, 1970--''ontinued


SECTCP 17 !f'CTrOQ 10 S(CTOt) 10 SrCTfI 2'0 CIfOR 2 1 SCTOR 27 SCCTRO 23 SECTOR' 24


Agricultural Services o 0
Livestock Products 0 29
Field Crops, Tohba co, & Oil Crops 107 1 0
Fruits and Nuts ti72' 51083
Vegetables and Sutar 741:? 61t83
Forest, Creenhouse & Nursery o 4606
Fishery Products & Forestry 0 120
Mining 6 6
Crude Petroleum & Natural Cas 0 0
Stone & Clay Mining 164 0
Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0 0
Residential, Public & Private Rldg. 12J3 2714
ltil. & Ser. Constr., Maint. & Repair 0 0
Meat & Milk Products 1057 7938i
Fish Processing 276 36,4
Frozen Pkg. Foods 329 855
Grain & Sugar Products 4f674 14 .8F
Bottling, Canning & Other Pre. 15I6 57553
Tobacco Products 0 c
Fabric Procersing. 83 0
Apparel & Other Textile Prod. 37 93
Wood Proccsstng 0 95
Wood Structures & Containers 0 R22
Furniture & Fixtures 0 0
Paper Products & Processing 12 53 20560
Printing & Publishing Is29 9652
Chemicals 425 768
Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals 2I1 0
Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 2ICa 2868
Drugs, Toiletries & Paints 390 18
Petroleum Refining & Products 32 32
Footwear & Leather Products o 0
Glass, Stone & Clay Products 0 29979
Metal Products 1060 31472
Machinery 261 566
Electrical Equipment 13 28
Transportation Equipment 9 0
Instruments 9 19
Miscellaneous Manufacturing 4 0
Transportation & Warehousing 1540' 319 J4
Communications 1t64 1480
Electric & Cas Utilities 26R1 4,58
Water 6 Sanitary ltilltis ns 58n
Wholesale Trade 12074 .1723
Retail Trade 659 6087
F.I.R.E. 431L 6477
Lodging 0 0
Personal & Repair Services 1 99 2091
Business Services 8479 36430
Amusement 6 Recreation 0 0
Medical Services 0 0
Education & Non-Profit Services 4 84
Federal Gov't Enterprises 104o 128
State Cov't Enterprises 2 B
Local Gov'L Enterprises 0 0
Ordnance Manufacturing 0 0


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Appendix Table 4.--Florii. transaction mnitri>:. 1970


fCC T'0i 7;- c,FrTOr SCr CTl0 7 S7CI P .'P Sr (CT..1i:. ; SFCIUII 30 St CTO 31 SFC TOrn 3

1 Agricultural Services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Livestock Product; J 0 0 0 0 27 0 37
3 Field Crip., To -c, Oil irop!; 0 0 3 0 0 87 0 0
4 Fruits & Nuts C. 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Vegetables & Sugar 0 0 27. 0 0 0 0 0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Ntursry 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0 C 25 0 0 5 0 C
n Mining 54 0 40 0 13 0 0 0
9 Crude Pertoleum 6 N.itural C.i.a 0 0 7. 0 0 0 3661 0
10 Stone & Clay tMilnc. 1702 0 .J0 192r, pAP 143 102 0
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining 'qO 0 3369 157i'. 147 P8 0 0
12 Residential, Public & Priv. Bldfr. 4044 1.32 121 o 1178 1326 408 602 53
13 Util. 6 Scr. Const., Maint. & Repair 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 C
14 Meat 6 Milk Products 0 0 3I09 0 40 61 0 1295
15 Fish Processing O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Frozen Pkp. Foods 0 0 34 0 0 0 0
17 Grain & Sugar Products 1933 0 123 207 0 399 0 4
q1 Bottling, Cinning & Other P'ep. 0 0 55 0 0 0 0 0
19 Tobacco Products 0 0 C 0 0 0 0 0
20 Fabric Processing 617 166 7 106 1003 5 0 206
21 Apparel & Other Textile Products 112 8 7 1, 80 7 0 43
22 Wood Processing 2I0 78 209 33 11 0 0 64
23 Wood Structures 6 Containers 13'48 0 8i 57 559 44 0 225
24 Furniture & Fixtures -7 48 0 0 63 0 0 5
25 Paper Products & Processing 19c'?H 63921 193.1 9365 8B12 3021 256 673
26 Printing & Publishing 4'510 63039 72 24 104 176 2 19
27 Chemicals 10(o 3J0n 15451 355-63 217n6 6495 506 210
28 Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals 0 90 1677 6 lo056 29 298 .0 3
29 Plastics, Rubber 6 Synthetics AP5 l 1473 3.254 1754 27653 2776 55 1456
.30 Drugs, Toiletries 6 Paints 109 34 322 1o, to. 11~3 1. 7 36
31 Petroleum Refninne & Products 101 19 377 4a 46 17 79 1
32 Footwear 6 Leather Produ-ct P 5 1 0 a5 0 0 a8?
33 Glass. Stone & Clay Products 0+' 0 42Q 721 119q 13?0 84 9
34 Metal Products 3709 206A 73.14 2330 1920 1653 96 236
35 Machinery 12 179 715 212 675 40 37 4
36 Electrical Equl...,nt 147 77 70 9 11 18 5 9
37 Transportation Equipment 0 9 3? 0 Ins 4 0 0
3" Instruments I A, 41A 11 1.' 30 43 3 11
3Q Miscellaneous HManufacturing P' 8"2 49 6 163 39 2 33
40 Transportation 6 Varehousing 23"97 4A13 39I9 10206' 5333 1647 2296 471
41 Communic.ations 2270 4823 547 f(9 11713 475 40 24"
42 Electric & Gas Utilities 4576 ^042 4830 2795 30A7 395 664 IA4
43 Water & Sanitary Utilllti- 1065 9' 2C0C 41 147 31 41 13
44 Wholesale Trade 1345- 6345 2414 3955 9037 l7?8 334 1112
45 Retail Trade 92 Ij 193 3.5 517 1768 f51 17 65
46 F.I.R.E. 9n35 17417 3133 4P34 4496 2946 1192 631
47 Lodging 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Personal & Repair Services I79 1541 240 301 5Z2 494 39 50
4 Business Services 10332 14233 J61C 4204 6771 9724 795 685
50 Amusement & Recreation 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
51 Medical Services 0 0 C 0 0 C 0 0
52 Education & Non-Profit Services 121 2o 40 39 70 56 3 13
53 Federal Gov't Entrrprises 128 13<13 40 313 53 43 6 26
59 State Gov't Enterprises 7 .1 0 0 0 0
I.5 Local Cov't Enterprl rie 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
56 Ordnanoce Manufacturing 0 tO 76 0 20 0 0 0
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Appendix Table 4.--Florida tralnsaction nut: ix, 1970--Continued



srCTo' 33 Sr-CTOO 34 '. CTO 35 SECTOR J' SFCTOIn J7 SrCTOR 38 SECTOR 39 StCTOR 40


Agricultural Srrvices
Livestock Products
Field Crops, Tobacco & Oil Crops
Fruits and Nuts
Vegetables and Sunar
Forest, Greenhcu:;e & Nursery
Fishery Products & Forestry
Mining
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas
Stone & Clay Mining
Chemical Fertilizer Mlning
Residential, Public & Priv. Bldg.
Util. & Ser. Constr., Maint. & Re.
Meat & Milk Products
Fish Processing
Frozen Pkg. Foods
Grain & Sugar Products
Bottling, Canning & Other Prep.
Tobacco Products
Fabric Processing
Apparel & Other Textile Products
Wood Processing
Wood Structures & Containers
Furniture & Fixtures
Paper Products & Processing
Printing & Publishing
Chemicals
Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals
Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics
Drugs. Toiletries & Paints
Petroleum Reflnine & Products
Footwear & Leather Products
Glass, Stone & Clay Products
Metal Products
Machinery
Electrical Equipment
Transportation Equipment
Instruments
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Transportation & Warehousing
Communications
Electric & Cas Utilities
Water & Sanitary Utilities
Wholesale Trade
Retail Trade
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Personal & Repair Services
Business Services
Amusement & Recreation
Medical Services
Education & Non-Profit Servicesi
Federal Gov't Enterprises
State Gov'r Enterprises
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Ordnance Manu(qcturing


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Appendix Table 4.--rlorida trani:Laction matrix, 1970--Continued

S CTU 41 t Ci(d 4P SE CIL. 4 5 51 C1. 44 b. Ct.. .. 4. S. ....COr $f ..5 C S CTfr


1 Agricultural Se.rvices 0 0 0 25i9 0 4527 0 0
2 Livestock Products 0 0 0 0 0 1 1370 0 0
3 Field Crops, Tobac.o & Oil Crou;s 0 0 C 0 0 5750 0 0
4 Fruits and Nlut* 0 0 0 0 0 22a3 0 .0
5 Vegrtable and Suigar 0 0 0 0 0 4074 0 0
6 Forest, Greenhouse & Nursery 0 0 0 0 4;P6 1I 3. 933 0
7 Fishery Products & Forestry 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 Mining 0 607 4 3 0 35 14 2
9 Crude Petroleum & Natural Gas 0 14206 0 0 0 0 as 0 0
I0 Stone & Clay Minin' 0 0 0 123 0 905 0 0
11 Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 Res., Public, S Priv. Bldg. 3333 0 0 173. 17915 204182 19368 2468
13 ltil. 6 Ser. Constr., Maint. 30664 24 163 54'3 0 853 0 544 4 560
14 Meat & Milk Products 0 0 0 2147 0 314 0 0
s1 Fish Processing 0 0 0 277 0 0 0 0
16 Frozen Pkg. Fo.ls 0 0 0 123 0 0 0 0
17 Grain & Sugar Products 0 0 0 3718 0 503 0 61
It Bottling, Cannlni & Other Prep. 0 0 0 599 0 0 0 0
19 Tobacco Produclt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Fabric ProcessinK: 0 17 6 217 236 125 899 290
71 Apparel & Other l'xtile Prtduct: 60 44 5 422 96 JO0 619 609
22 ,Wood Processing 0 0 0 649 0 520 0 0
23 Wood Structures & Containers 0 0 0 2474 426 0 700 224
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0 0 0 529 0 242 0 0
25 Paper Products & Processing 1331 965 130 105C0 4?896 7956 4704 41As
2f' Printing ,6 Publishing 2132 175 9 3849 C067 14000f 829 199
27 Chemicals C 585 261 1461 ?09 200A 37 993
2P Fertilzers & Ag. Chemicals 0 0 0 1113 0 4527 1789 0
20 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 799 378 39 4247 7903 2713 3433 7947
30 Drugs, Toiletrie & Paints C 0 0 544 250 348 A22 1964
31 Petroleum Refining & Products 100 203 5 310 754 589 257 327
37 Footwear & Leatcher Products 0 0 C 08 0 0 0 893
33 Class, Stone 6 Clay Products 0 C 2891 4061 1175 1346 9449
34 Metal Products 29S 789 114 2719 3393 2058 294 310126
35 Machinery 0 235 83 2189 112 419S 0 4636
36 Electrical Equip:ant 5912 755 4 2657 442 2352 350 10609
37 Transportation Eqniupment 27 20 0 728 179 1047 48 9986
38 Instruments 31 0 0 '23 0 212 0 818
39 Miscellaneous Mlanufacturlng 30 0 0 342 491 104 358 I 659
40 Transportation & Warehousing 2533 16365 13"1 19201 9010 33954 9178 71ts
A4 Cosrmunicatlons 21198 2677 327 19177 13270 33954 12056 6506
42 Electric & Gas Utilities An-3 ln83159 24'5 5138 76102 14530 25772 6s83
43 Water & Sanlt-ry Utilities 1043 425 2. 1150 57q7 5506 3839 722
44 Wholesale Trade 3790 2025 219 t6334 21C33 16359 7512 36249
45 Retail Trade 6'266 133n 191 19549 174 q 3P4192 82R4 22101
46 F.I.R.E. 30512 7322 1920 530 1 27.'91 4 20028 100942 48131
47 Lodging 0 0 0 0 0 12654 0 0
as Personal & Rep.ilr Services 16251 1913 797 20072 .1F901 8734 4814 19676
4q Business Services 38275 71t,2 701 68973 1239n5 144567 34680 16941
50 Amusement & Recreatiun an129 0 0 0 4104 5995 233 0
51 Medical Sorvlcrn 0 0 0 0 0 3934 0 0
52 Education A Non-Profit Services a45 s01 16 634 1 134 3867 1701 536
53 Federal Gov't Enterprises 1241 4790 103 1060 17724 9170 989 349
54 State Cov't Enlterrlses 2 522? 4157 51 1173 1596 67 316
5, Local Cov't Enterprls(s 0 5706 0 0 0 0 0 0
,6 Ordnance Manufacturing 0 0 0 e6 1 0 404 0 0
-- Cont inue1l --












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Appendix Table 4.--Floriida tl Isnactiorn mitr ix, 1970--(.'nti nued

S'C TOP 49 St CTO1 5) S' CtrP. 51 SFCTCir ;' SbCCTOR SICTO 5:4 SrCTnn 5'3 SiCTOP 5('

1 Agricultural Services 0 1425 0 0 0 p 0 0
2 Livestock Products 6.1 1061 165 0 0 0 0 0
3 Field Crops., lhbacco & Oil Crops C 2436 C 0 1725 0 0 0
4 Fruits and Nuts 5'5 54 23J 0 0 0 0 0
5 Vegetables and Sugar I 131 54 461 0 15. 0 0 0
6 Forest, Greenhou:;r & Nursery 227 274 0 0 0 12 0 0
7 Fishery Product & .orestrry 1)4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
P lnig 0 0 2 2 30 0 805
9 Crude Petiolt.eu Natural cas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 Stone & Clay Miuln 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
II Chemical Fertilizer Mining 0 0 0 0 0 24 0 0
12 Residential, Puh. & Pi iv. Bldg. 376 4056 5307 6472 35 580 0 783
13 Util. & Ser. Censtr., Krint. 455 1 363 0 47 57 0316 8679 0
14 Meat & 1llk Products 6244 0 3419 0 0 0 0
15 Fish Processing 1136 0 402 0 0 0 0 0
16 Frozen Pkg. Foods (83 0 461 0 0 0 0 0
17 Grain & Sugar Products 2723 0 1026 0 53 0 0 0
IA Bottling. Canning & Other Pre. 1471 0 1367 0 0 0 0 0
1t Tobacco Products 1122 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Fabric Prorrc ln r1. 0 0 70 0 31 0 10 58
i: Apparel & Other Textile Products 25 0 192 0 0 6 7 '0
22 Wood Processing 0 0 0 0 0 0 269
23 Wood Structures & Containers 11 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2065
24 Furniture & Fixtures 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Paper Products & Processing "P/ 481 225J 371 197 335 207 2364
26 Printing 6 Publishing 15441S 1023 12J0 6696 5133 57 695 30
27 Chemicals 12,'9 -O 302 57 52 325 79 3855
28 Fertilizers & Ag. Chemicals 0 2029 163 190 0 101 0 0
29 Plastics, Rubber & Synthetics 3f60 09 2096 39 1** 24 560 1746
30 Dtugs, Toiletries & Paints 350 5 3261 31 37 9 41 7
31 Petroleum Refining & lProducts 53 25 54 41 23 6 61 22
32 Footwear 6 Leather Products 44 39 0 0 0 0 0
33 Class, Stone & Clay Products 1470 182 266 41 13 24 84 462
34 Metal Products 7751 0 116 18 41 13 259 13530
35 Machinery 42.2 0 0 I1 16 24 198 2339
36 Electrical Equipment 16'15 75 106 131 16 17 231 5059
37 Transportation Iquipment 191 It 0 0 48 3 44 9014
38 Instruments 977 554 1330 39 I 2 7 678
39 Miscellaneous Manufacturing 17'4 227 146 167 3 0 I 16
O0 Transportation Warehous ngp 793411 434 2615 13'30 2305J 320 3197 2884
Al Comuniunlcations t6327 3781 6384 4250 405 1?2 717 3382
42 Electric & 'as ULllities 2:7R 3031 12780 828a 2325 1773 37146 1478
43 Water & Sanitary Utilities 325 505 2366 1191 1,6 139 i05 127
44 liolesale Trade ,169 4075 P285 19,87 942 208 1530 3389
45 Retail Trale 20400 5535 5384 135f 233 97 114 3845
46 F.I.R.E. 3.20,4 38307 32624 15851 4 529 1554 1539 2015
47 Lodging 21C1I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
48 Personal S6 epair Services 12079 1026 8230 2212 820 124 557 905
49 Business Services 45591 21526 14646 9246 2820 1068 3846 0225
50 Amusrament & Pecreation 501 111321 0 380 124 0 0 0
51 Medical Services C 59 10362 0 0 6 212 0
57 Education & Non-Profit Services 1050 41.2 31 no 4 11 170
53 Federal Cov't Enrerprises 24S0 597 910 630 12 9 97 110
54 State Cov't Enterlprisec 6 ( 25 70 1 3 a
55 Local Gov't Enterprises 00 0 0 0 0 0 0
s% Ordnance Manufact oing 203 0 0 0 0 0 0 27706















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