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Implementing hybrid LCA routines in an input–output virtual laboratory

declare that they have no competing interests. Author Thomas Wiedmann is also an Editor of the Journal of Economic Structures. Availability of data and materials The Australian National Life Cycle

Decomposition of integrated hybrid life cycle inventories by origin and final-stage inputs

, The University of Sydney, Sydney 2006, NSW, Australia. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Author Thomas Wiedmann is also an Editor of the Journal of Economic

Mixed-unit hybrid life cycle assessment applied to the recycling of construction materials

interests. Author Thomas Wiedmann is also an Editor of the Journal of Economic Structures. Availability of data and materials The process and input?output datasets employed in this article are available from

On the decomposition of total impact multipliers in a supply and use framework

This note describes a simple technique of decomposing total impact multipliers derived from input–output analysis. The approach uses a generalised supply and use table framework, explicitly distinguishing between industries and products. Contributions to total impact multipliers can be shown by either industry origin (answering the question: Where is the source of impacts and how...

Consumption-based greenhouse gas emissions accounting with capital stock change highlights dynamics of fast-developing countries

Traditional consumption-based greenhouse gas emissions accounting attributed the gap between consumption-based and production-based emissions to international trade. Yet few attempts have analyzed the temporal deviation between current emissions and future consumption, which can be explained through changes in capital stock. Here we develop a dynamic model to incorporate capital...