An Interindustry Study of the Western Australian Economy

M. L. Parker
1967 unpublished
details of individual items produced or used by establishments within sub-classes for which information was otherwise available. This method of direct inquiry was time consuming, however one advantage was that additional details could be obtained of items of cost and transport and the market for the firm's product. The completed tables therefore show, for the first time, an overall view of the type, size and interdependence of economic activity in Western Australia.
doi:10.22004/ag.econ.321307 fatcat:wplp46it5baknpjhjnsceferbq