Master of Science
John M. Carroll
This thesis develops the first interplant piece part allocation forecasts to make use of what we know about the historical supply and demand connections among geographically displaced sectors of a firm. Within a framework which divides a firm into 21 sectors, it represents mutually consistent forecasts of how much each sector will sell to each other sector, how much labor will be employed, and how much material will be used to establish the equilibrium for the system under consideration.
Baker, Russell E., "Input-output piece part allocation forecast technique" (1968). Theses and Dissertations. 3680.