Input-Output Expert User Group

Overview

Remit

The purpose of the Group is to bring together producers and users of the Scottish Input-Output tables to share expertise and experiences. The Group will consider the practical uses of Input-Output both within government and externally, gaining a better understanding of the range of uses made of the Scottish Input-Output tables; identify the key areas of work done by external experts, highlighting strengths and weaknesses that have been brought to light through this more detailed usage; seek to improve the quality of the tables by looking at methodological improvements and new data sources; and, explore ways to improve the service that the Scottish Government Input-Output team provide to external / internal users.

The main elements of this are:

  • To develop an understanding of the range of uses of Input-Output analysis in Scotland;
  • To develop an understanding of the service that Input-Output branch can provide to both internal and external users to enhance the use of the analysis;
  • To discuss technical aspects of existing methodologies, developmental work and new analysis;
  • To discuss and to seek advice relating to the development of the more flexible new Input-Output system to provide tailor-made analysis

In these respects the group will:

  • consider existing work, both internally and externally, that is being undertaken using the Scottish Input-Output tables;
  • identifying any issue / problems highlighted with this more detailed use of the data;
  • provide advice on potential solutions to these identified issues, and on any additional resource implications;
  • set up temporary working groups, as necessary, to consider particular data / developmental issues when necessary;
  • contribute to two way discussion on future developments and requirements of the Scottish Input-Output tables.

An archive of past papers and minutes of this group may be found at this page of the National Records of Scotland archive of gov.scot.

 

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Members

Name Organisation
Alison O'Connor Scottish Parliament Information Centre
Carrie Graham Scottish Government
Chris Adams City of Edinburgh Council
Chris Ganley Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency
Christian Reynolds University of Sheffield
Deb Roberts James Hutton Institute and University of Aberdeen
Duncan Whitehead Scottish Government
Eóin Flaherty Central Statistics Office, Ireland
Eric Crane Office for National Statistics
Eric McVittie Independent Consultant
Gary Campbell Scottish Government
Geoff Riddington GRID Economics
Grant Allan University of Strathclyde, Fraser of Allander Institute
Hervey Gibson SAFER / University of Glasgow
Iain Inglis Scottish Enterprise
Iain McNicoll Viewforth Consulting / Strathclyde University
Iain Pearce Scottish Government
James Black Strathclyde University
Jay Ware Scottish Government
John Dowens Scottish Government
Julija Harrasova Scottish Governemnt
Karen Turner University of Strathclyde, The Centre For Energy Policy
Kim Swales University of Strathclyde, Fraser of Allander Institute
Mairi Spowage University of Strathclyde, Fraser of Allander Institute
Michael Lenaghan Zero Waste Scotland
Raymond MacIntyre Visit Scotland
Richard Harris Durham University
Richard Marsh 4-Consulting
Russell Whyte Historic Scotland
Sandy Stewart Scottish Government
Sanjiv Mahajan Office for National Statistics
Stephanie Howarth Welsh Government
Stevan Croasdale (Chair) Scottish Government
Stuart McIntyre University of Strathclyde
Suzanne Bradley Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency

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