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Research paper : Study of the top 70 NEDO Inside Products (M. YAMASHITA et al.)−78−Synthesiology - English edition Vol.8 No.2 (2015) induced production).[26] Furthermore, the estimated “amount of increased employee income” resulted from the net sales and the primary induced economic effect was multiplied by consumption conversion rate to work out the “final demand of consumption demands.” The amount of consumption demand of each industry was obtained by multiplying above mentioned “final demand of consumption demands and “private consumption expenditures by industry.” The amount of consumption demand by industry was once again multiplied by the self-sufficiency rate and inverse matrix coefficient. Consequently, the secondary induced economic effect (the amount associated with the increased employment by the inter-industry relationship) was computed. The market size of the end product with given materials/parts was estimated using the information from the industrial relations chart by NEDO[27]-[30]and the statistics published by relevant bodies.[31]4.4 Calculation of the primary and secondary induced economic effects of semiconductor productsThe semiconductor-related products among NEDO Inside Products include semiconductor parts and semiconductor devices. For the reason given in (2) of Subchapter 4.2, the amount of increased semiconductor parts production (for those likely to bring about both primary and secondary induced effects such as cell phones, smartphones, portable game consoles, PCs, hard disk drives, automobiles, etc.) turned out 53,470 (million yen per year). Provided that all the parts are supplied domestically, the net sales could be 53,470 (million yen per year). By multiplying the input coefficient (of parts (materials)) to this figure, the value of intermediate goods produced owing to the sales is worth 37,936 (million yen per year). Since some of these intermediate products are of foreign origin, 37,936 (million yen per year) was multiplied by the domestic self-sufficiency of each product for the amount of increased domestic demand (primary), 32,331 (million yen per year). Followed by the multiplication of the inverse matrix coefficient to the primary domestic demand, the estimated primary induced economic effect was 64,133 (million yen per year). Next, the amount induced by employee income (direct + primary) was calculated by adding the increased employee income, 9,822 (million yen Amount of increased domestic demand (primary)Amount of increased employee income (direct)Amount of increased gross value added (direct)Amount of increased raw materials (direct)Net salesAmount of increased domestic demand (direct)× A [Domestic self-sufficiency rate]× A [Self-sufficiency rate]× B [Gross value added rate]× C [Employee income rate] (Unit: Million yen)Amount of increased demand (manufacturer price)× A [Domestic self-sufficiency rate]× E [Inverse matrix coefficient (open economy type)]× E [Inverse matrix coefficient (open economy type)]× D [Input coefficient]× B [Gross added value rate]× C [Employee income rate]× B [Gross added value rate]× C [Employee income rate]× G [Consumption pattern]× F [Consumption conversion rate]Semiconductors × 2010Amount of induced production (secondary)Amount of increased employee income (primary)Amount of increased gross value added (primary)Amount of induced production (primary)Amount of increased employee income (secondary)Amount of increased gross value added (secondary)Amount of increased household consumption expenditureAmount of increased household consumption expenditureAmount of induced employee income (direct + primary)Primary induced economic effectSecondary induced economic effectAmount of increased domestic demand (primary)Amount of increased employee income (direct)Amount of increased gross value added (direct)Amount of increased raw materials (direct)Net salesAmount of increased domestic demand (direct)× A [Domestic self-sufficiency rate]× A [Self-sufficiency rate]× B [Gross value added rate]× C [Employee income rate] (Unit: Million yen)Amount of increased demand (manufacturer price)× A [Domestic self-sufficiency rate]× E [Inverse matrix coefficient (open economy type)]× E [Inverse matrix coefficient (open economy type)]× D [Input coefficient]× B [Gross added value rate]× C [Employee income rate]× B [Gross added value rate]× C [Employee income rate]× G [Consumption pattern]× F [Consumption conversion rate]Amount of induced production (secondary)Amount of increased employee income (primary)Amount of increased gross value added (primary)Amount of induced production (primary)Amount of increased employee income (secondary)Amount of increased gross value added (secondary)Amount of increased household consumption expenditureAmount of increased household consumption expenditureAmount of induced employee income (direct + primary)Primary induced economic effectSecondary induced economic effect53,47053,4709,82215,53437,9366,55215,77927,41016,97717,97225,63715,81627,45864,13332,331Semiconductors × 2011~20206,357,5386,357,538962,1021,978,8724,378,666675,6271,627,1182,826,5581,750,6371,853,2572,643,7341,681,6313,160,0977,237,0303,773,561*The amount of increased demand (manufacturer price) was calculated from the single-year sales and future sales of the products that are expected to generate primary and secondary induced effects.Fig. 4-1 Economic ripple effect flow using the inter-industry relations table (semiconductor parts, 2010)Fig. 4-2 Economic ripple effect flow using the inter-industry relations table (semiconductor parts, 2011~2020)

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