Horen_Greenford_etal-2020-SupplementaryData.xlsx

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Supplementary data set accompanying:


Horen Greenford D, Crownshaw T, Lesk C, Stadler K, Matthews HD. Shifting economic activity to services has limited potential to reduce global environmental impacts due to the household consumption of labour. Environmental Research Letters. In review. 2020.


The file contains data supporting figures, analysis, and supporting documentation, as follows:


- Figure 1

- Figure 2 (data)

- Figure 2 (statistics)

- Figure 3

- Industry results

- Sector results and analysis

- Industry Closed-Open: Difference between closed and open accounts for industries

- Sector Closed-Open: Difference between closed and open accounts for sectors

- Country Closed-Open: Difference between closed and open accounts for countries

- Industry percent difference

- Sector percent difference

- Trade flows

- Wages: percent of total wages

- Wages: per unit output

- Countries (glossary)

- Industries (glossary)

- Aggregation: Choices of aggregations for Consumption Categories and ISIC classification scheme