Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
This article is a proposal for an adaptation of Leontief input-output analysis in economics to uses in community-level social planning. It was made in the later years of the Great Society period, when a relatively large number of federal social grant programs in aging, children's services, disability services, housing, and other health and human service fields mandated social planning and a national system of multi-jurisdictional social planning agencies was emerging.
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Lohmann, Roger A., "Input-Output Analysis and Social Planning" (1971). Faculty Scholarship. 753.