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  •   Bui Trinh

  •   Duong Mạnh Hung

  •   Nguyen Quang Thai

Abstract

The question arises as to which income group will benefit from GDP growth? This paper assesses the success or failure of Vietnam's economic policy through an input - output analysis, the research is estimaté the spread of final demand to type of income. It proposes some ideas for adjusting macroeconomic policies. In this article, value added is divided into income groups such as: Income of labor groups (labors in the state enterprises; labors in the non-state enterprises and in the FDI sector); operating surplus of state-owned enterprises; operating surplus of non-state sector and operating surplus of FDI sector.

Keywords: income, input-output, multipliers, Vietnam

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Trinh, B., Hung, D., & Thai, N. (2020). Income Multipliers In Input – Output Analysis: Case Of Vietnam. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2020.5.2.285