WHAT IS CEEIO?
Chinese Environmentally Extended Input-Output (CEEIO) database
CEEIO is the result of near decade-long research of using environmentally extended input-output models studying China's environmental issues led by Prof. Ming Xu at the University of Michigan in collaboration with Prof. Sai Liang at Guangdong University of Technology and Prof. Xi Tian at Nanchang University.
CEEIO consists of benchmark economic input-output tables published by the Chinese government statistics agency and environmental satellite accounts compiled from multiple sources. Technical details such as data sources, compilation methods, and assumptions are available as Technical Notes included in the downloadable files.
The development of CEEIO was partially supported by the Kenneth G. Lieberthal and Richard H. Rogel Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan.
Please cite CEEIO:
- Liang, S.; Feng, T.-T.; Qu, S.; Chiu, A. S. F.; Jia, X.-P.; Xu, M. Developing the Chinese Environmentally Extended Input-Output (CEEIO) Database. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2016, 21 (4), 953-965.
CEEIO is free for non-commercial uses
Environmental satellite accounts have 256 types of resources and 31 types of pollutants
CEEIO comes with detailed documentation on data sources, compilation methods, assumptions, etc.
CEEIO offers multiple sector classifications with two currencies ($ and ¥)