Economic Impact Analysis Models

Input-output models are at the core of many economic models world-wide. The strength of this class of economic model is that from relatively modest input you can obtain rich and diverse output. As the model inputs are refined so too is the detail in the model's output.

Canadian Input-Output Model (CIOM)

CIOM is an economic impact model that allows the user to generate a PDF Report and Excel Workbook of tables online from your inputs. CIOM uses the industrial structure of Canadian input-output tables, from Statistics Canada, to produce detailed impact analysis.
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Review the full version CIOM input screen.

Canadian Regional Input-Output Model (CRIOM)

CRIOM is an economic impact model that allows the user to generate a PDF Report and Excel Workbook of tables online for a user-defined impact. CRIOM allows the user to compute the economic impact of a shock at a variety of regional detail: provincial or territorial, Census-division (CD), or Census-subdivision (CSD). The underlying data sources allow for unique regional multipliers based on the population and industrial structure of the selected region.
Overview
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Review the full-version CRIOM input screen.

Free-use Canadian Regional Input-Output Model

This is a demonstration version of CRIOM. The model code and underlying data are the same in both CRIOM and the free-use version. The free-use version of CRIOM limits the types of impacts that can be run, but it will guide you through the impact methodology. This is simple way to demonstrate the power of CRIOM, and learn how CRIOM can help you understand your project or activity.
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