The EXIOBASE consortium consists of NTNU, TNO, SERI, Universiteit Leiden, WU, and 2.-0 LCA Consultants.

Lead developers of the core IO tables include Arnold Tukker, Richard Wood, Konstantin Stadler, Tatyana Bulavskaya, O Ivanova, A. de Koning,. Various developers have been responsible for environmental extensions, including S. Lutter, S. Giljum, J. Kuenen. A. Usubiaga.


logo-ntnu 300Norwegian University of Science and Technology aims to create the basis for the development of knowledge and to create value – economic, cultural and social. We will make the best possible use of our main profile in science and technology, our academic breadth, and our interdisciplinary expertise to tackle the large and complex challenges faced by Norway and the world community.


logo-tno 300Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research TNO is an independent research organisation whose expertise and research make an important contribution to the competitiveness of companies and organisations, to the economy and to the quality of society as a whole. TNO’s unique position is attributable to its versatility and capacity to integrate this knowledge.


logo-seri 300The Sustainable Europe Research Institute (SERI) is a Pan-European think tank exploring sustainable development options for European societies. SERI’s projects facilitate the resolution of problems at the intersection of the economy, society and the environment in ways that reflect ecological, economic and social responsibility. SERI supports decision makers in the areas of sustainable development with information relevant to their goals within the framework of national, regional and European sustainable policies.

logo-universiteitleiden 300Universiteit Leiden

The Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) is an institute of the Faculty of Science of Universiteit Leiden. The main area of work is research and education in the multidisciplinary field of environmental sciences.

Vienna University of Economics and Business / Institute for Ecological Economics (WU)

logoThe research group “Sustainable Resource Use” at the Institute for Ecological Economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) is one of the leading European groups in the areas of natural resource indicators, modelling and assessments. Group members have published a larger number of studies on European and global material, water and land use, developing and applying multi-regional input-output (MRIO) models for calculating consumption-based resource use indicators.

logo 2.0-lca 164x92px2.-0 LCA Consultants

2.-0 LCA consultants, founded in 2000, is an internationally oriented research based consultancy company dedicated to provide consultancy and research services to business and authorities. 2.-0 LCA consultants is doing research and providing decision support within the area of product oriented policies, life cycle assessment, and related methods such as input-output models and mass flow analysis.

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There is extensive documentation available in the Publications section.