### Table 18: Results for Winter Season: Hawaii

"... In PAGE 38: ... A more robust conclusion is that all four concerns are related to willingness to pay, although the concern item may be a bit more strongly related. 12 For the four winter scenarios ( Table18 to Table 21), the story is about the same. We again find the downward sloping demand curve with increasing dollar amounts offered.... ..."

### Table 1: Simple Comparison of Cellular IP, Hawaii and Hierarchical Mobile IP Cellular IP Hawaii Hierarchical MIP

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### Table 2.2. 1992 Aggregated Direct Requirements Table for Hawaii

### Table 6.1 Construction Expenditures of Hawaii Convention Center

### Table 5.1. 1992 Hawaii State Input-Output Multipliers ................................ ......... 38

"... In PAGE 49: .... There is no single multiplier for the Hawaii economy. The question is often heard: what is the multiplier for Hawaii? This question makes little sense, since there are, in fact, many multipliers. Table5 -1 contains 1,652 multipliers and there are still many more. A multiplier is simply the ratio of two changes, the dependent change being the numerator and the independent change being the denominator.... ..."

### Table 5.1 summarizes the 1992 input-output multipliers for Hawaii. Included in the table

"... In PAGE 49: .... There is no single multiplier for the Hawaii economy. The question is often heard: what is the multiplier for Hawaii? This question makes little sense, since there are, in fact, many multipliers. Table5 -1 contains 1,652 multipliers and there are still many more. A multiplier is simply the ratio of two changes, the dependent change being the numerator and the independent change being the denominator.... ..."

### Table 5.1. 1992 Hawaii State Input-Output Multipliers

"... In PAGE 49: .... There is no single multiplier for the Hawaii economy. The question is often heard: what is the multiplier for Hawaii? This question makes little sense, since there are, in fact, many multipliers. Table5 -1 contains 1,652 multipliers and there are still many more. A multiplier is simply the ratio of two changes, the dependent change being the numerator and the independent change being the denominator.... ..."