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IMPLAN Support Policy & Video Overview

Every subscription and purchase of an IMPLAN product is backed by the attached support and service terms.

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IMPLAN Pricing Structure

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Pricing as of January 1, 2020 and is subject to change

546 Industries, Conversions, Bridges, & Construction – 2018 Data

The following downloads are for the 2018 data. They are not valid for the 536 Industry Scheme used in datasets from 2013-2017.

IMPLAN 546 INDUSTRIES AND COMMODITIES

This file contains the full list of IMPLAN’s 546 Industries and Commodities.

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2017 NAICS TO IMPLAN 546 INDUSTRIES

Convert 2017 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Industries using this downloadable spreadsheet.

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2012 NAICS TO IMPLAN 546 INDUSTRIES

Convert 2012 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Industries using this downloadable spreadsheet.

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DEFINITIONS OF IMPLAN’S 546 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES

View the breakdown of IMPLAN’s construction Industries using this downloadable spreadsheet. 

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536 TO 546 BRIDGE

This bridge allows you to convert from the 536 Industries scheme (2013-2017 data years) to the new 546 Industries scheme. Note that the ratios only work one way: The 536 to 546 bridge is useful for converting 536-based Industries to 546-based Industries , but is not useful for converting 546-based Industries to 536-based Industries .

In the 536 to 546 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 536 Industries should be classified as the corresponding 546 Industries. In theory, there could be any number of Industries with a ratio of 1 merged into a single Industry. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 536-based Industries simply means that both fit entirely into the same 546-based Industry. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more Industries than we aggregated.

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546 TO 536 BRIDGE

This bridge allows you to convert from the 546 Industry scheme to the old 536 Industry scheme (2013-2017 data years) . Note that the ratios only work one way: The 546 to 536 bridge is useful for converting 546-based Industries to 536-based Industries, but is not useful for converting 536-based Industries to 546-based Industries .

In the 546 to 536 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 546 Industry should be classified as the corresponding 536 Industry. In theory, there could be any number of Industries with a ratio of 1 merged into a single Industry. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 546-based Industries simply means that both fit entirely into the same 536-based Industry. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more Industries than we aggregated.

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2018 MARGINS

Margins represent the value of the wholesale and retail trade services provided in delivering commodities from producers’ establishments to purchasers. This file contains the four components of the Value Chain: retail, wholesale, and transportation margins for each Industry along with the Producer value.

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2018 DEFLATORS

Deflators are used by the software whenever the Event Year is set to a year that differs from the model Data Year. This file has the deflators/inflators for 1997-2060.

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2018 IMPLAN 546 TO FTE CONVERSIONS

IMPLAN jobs are not FTE equivalents. This spreadsheet allows you to convert between IMPLAN jobs and FTEs or FTEs and IMPLAN jobs with simple ratios for each Industry.

Also, many people are given wage and salary data, but not Employee Compensation (which is a fully loaded payroll value) or prefer to report in W&S. This sheet also provides information for making these conversions. Data on the original federal data sources used in these derivations is also provided.

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INVESTMENT SPENDING PATTERN

Investment Spending Pattern (Furniture, Fixtures, & Equipment and FFE with Construction) with 544 commodities.

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RESULTS AGGREGATOR

This document will help you move your IMPLAN results by Industry into 2-digit and 3-digit NAICS.

Exporting data from IMPLAN to GAMS

Event Template

Template for specifying Events for importing into an IMPLAN Pro Model.

 

Template for specifying Events for importing into an IMPLAN (V5) Model.

 

2013-2017 Common Margins and Deflators

2013 Common Margins

 

2014 Common Margins

 

2015 Common Margins

 

2016 Common Margins

 

2017 Common (PRO) Margins

 

2017 Common (IMPLAN5) Margins

 

2016 Common Deflators

 

2017 Common Deflators

 

536 Definitions of Construction Sectors

536 Definitions of Construction Sectors

Spreadsheet of the new sectoring scheme for 2013 data.

536 Sector Bridges and Conversions

440 to 536 Bridge

This bridge allows you to convert from the 440 sectoring scheme (2007-2012 data years) to the new 536 sectoring scheme. Note that the ratios only work one way: The 440 to 536 bridge is useful for converting 440-based sectors to 536-based sectors, but is not useful for converting 536-based sectors to 440-based sectors.

In the 440 to 536 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 440 sector should be classified as the corresponding 536 sector. In theory, there could be any number of sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 440-based sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 536-based sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more sectors than we aggregated.

 
 

536 Definitions of Construction Sectors

Spreadsheet of the new sectoring scheme for 2013 data.

 

536 FTE & Employee Compensation Conversion Table (2013)

IMPLAN jobs are not FTE equivalents. This spreadsheet allows you to convert between IMPLAN jobs and FTEs or FTEs and IMPLAN jobs with simple ratios for each Industry.

Also, many people are given wage and salary data, but not Employee Compensation (which is a fully loaded payroll value) or prefer to report in W&S.
This sheet also provides information for making these conversions. Data on the original federal data sources used in these derivations is also provided.

 

536 FTE & Employee Compensation Conversion Table (2015)

IMPLAN jobs are not FTE equivalents. This spreadsheet allows you to convert between IMPLAN jobs and FTEs or FTEs and IMPLAN jobs with simple ratios for each Industry.

Also, many people are given wage and salary data, but not Employee Compensation (which is a fully loaded payroll value) or prefer to report in W&S.
This sheet also provides information for making these conversions. Data on the original federal data sources used in these derivations is also provided.

 

536 FTE & Employee Compensation Conversion Table (2017)

IMPLAN jobs are not FTE equivalents. This spreadsheet allows you to convert between IMPLAN jobs and FTEs or FTEs and IMPLAN jobs with simple ratios for each Industry.

Also, many people are given wage and salary data, but not Employee Compensation (which is a fully loaded payroll value) or prefer to report in W&S.
This sheet also provides information for making these conversions. Data on the original federal data sources used in these derivations is also provided.

 

536 Government Enterprises Descriptions

Government Enterprise Sectors 518-526 can incorporate multiple NAICS descriptions. This spreadsheet provides the NAICS description breakdowns for these specialty Sectors.

 

536 List of Industry & Commodities

The attached spreadsheet has the final industry list (same list of industries as the previous version, but with a few re-worded titles). It also has the list of commodities and includes NAICS codes (not NAICS descriptions).

 

Bridge 536 to 440 Sectors

This bridge allows you to convert from the 536 Sectoring scheme (2007-2012 data years) to the 440 Sectoring scheme. Note that the ratios only work one way: The 536 to 440 bridge is useful for converting 536-based Sectors to 440-based Sectors, but is not useful for converting 440-based Sectors to 536-based Sectors.

In the 536 to 440 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 536 Sector should be classified as the corresponding 440 Sector. In theory, there could be any number of Sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single Sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 536-based Sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 440-based Sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more Sectors than we aggregated.

 

IMPLAN 536 to Default Sectoring Scheme Breakdown

This Excel sheet associates each of the 536 Sectoring Scheme sectors with one of the eight Default Sectoring Scheme sectors.

 

Investment FFE Only by 536 Sector

Investment Spending Pattern (Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment only) with 536 commodities.

 

Investment with Structures by 536 Sector

Investment Spending Pattern with Structures 536 Sector includes the not only the FFE splits based on construction type but also includes a split of total cost to include the primary structure types.

 

NAICS (2012) to IMPLAN 536 Bridge

This sheet provides the conversion from BEA’s 2012 NAICS to IMPLAN 536 Sectors.

 

NAICS (2017) to IMPLAN 536 Bridge

This sheet provides the conversion from BEA’s 2017 NAICS to IMPLAN 536 Sectors.

 

IMPLAN to Aggregated NAICS

This sheet provides the conversion from 2-digit and 3-digit NAICS codes to IMPLAN Sectors. 

 

PCE by NIPA Category 536 Sector

 

SLGovt spending by program 536 Sector

 

546 Sector Industries, Conversions, Bridges, & Construction – 2018 Data

The following downloads are for the 2018 data. They are not valid for the 536 Sectoring scheme used in datasets from 2013-2017.

 

IMPLAN 546 Industries and Commodities

 

 

2017 NAICS to IMPLAN 546 Sectors

Convert BEA’s 2017 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet.

 

2012 NAICS to IMPLAN 546 Sectors

Convert BEA’s 2012 NAICS codes to IMPLAN Sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet.

 

Definitions of IMPLAN’s 546 Construction Sectors

View the breakdown of IMPLAN’s construction sectors (546 scheme) using this downloadable spreadsheet. 

 

536 TO 546 BRIDGE

This bridge allows you to convert from the 536 sectoring scheme (2013-2017 data years) to the new 546 sectoring scheme. Note that the ratios only work one way: The 536 to 546 bridge is useful for converting 536-based sectors to 546-based sectors, but is not useful for converting 546-based sectors to 536-based sectors.

In the 536 to 546 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 536 sector should be classified as the corresponding 546 sector. In theory, there could be any number of sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 536-based sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 546-based sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more sectors than we aggregated.

 

546 TO 536 BRIDGE

This bridge allows you to convert from the 546 sectoring scheme to the old 536 sectoring scheme (2013-2017 data years) . Note that the ratios only work one way: The 546 to 536 bridge is useful for converting 546-based sectors to 536-based sectors, but is not useful for converting 536-based sectors to 546-based sectors.

In the 546 to 536 bridge, a ratio of 1 means that 100% of the 546 sector should be classified as the corresponding 536 sector. In theory, there could be any number of sectors with a ratio of 1 merged into a single sector. So, the ratio of 1 for two different 546-based sectors simply means that both fit entirely into the same 536-based sector. In general, this happens rarely since we disaggregated more sectors than we aggregated.