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National accounts for China : sources and methods

National accounts for China : sources and methods

Material type
단행본
Corporate Author
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Title Statement
National accounts for China : sources and methods.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Paris :   Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development,   c2000.  
Physical Medium
136 p. ; 27 cm.
Series Statement
China in the global economy
ISBN
926418550X
General Note
On cover: "Emerging transition economies" "Statistics".  
At head of title: OECD Centre for Co-operation with Non-members; China in the global economy.  
"The main body of the report was written by two senior statisticians from China's Department of National Accounts, Mr. XU Xianchun, Deputy Director, and Mr. YE Yanfei, Director of the Social Funds Division" -- p.3  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliography (p.135)
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
National income -- China -- Accounting -- Statistical methods. National income -- China -- Statistics. Gross national product -- China -- Statistical methods.
비통제주제어
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
FOREWORD = 3
INTRODUCTION = 9
 Main features of national accounts in China = 9
  Accounting system = 9
  Input-output tables = 9
  Regional accounts = 10
  Quarterly national accounts = 10
  Data sources = 10
  Revision policy = 11
  Statistical discrepancies = 12
  National Accounts Department = 12
  Publication of national accounts = 12
 Reliability = 13
  Bias in the basic statistics = 13
  Agriculture = 13
  Industry = 13
  Services = 14
  Prices = 15
 Methodological issues = 15
  Price indices = 15
  Financial intermediation services indirectly measured(FISIM) = 15
  Depreciation = 16
 Overall assessment = 16
END NOTES = 19
CHAPTER ONE = 21
 THE ESTIMATION OF GDP AT CURRENT PRICES BY INDUSTRIES = 21
  Section One. Agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishing = 21
   Ⅰ. Gross output = 21
   Ⅱ. Intermediate consumption = 25
  Section Two. Industry = 27
   Ⅰ. The value added of industry above the cut-off level = 27
   Ⅱ. The value added of industry below the cut-off level = 30
  Section Three. Construction = 30
   Ⅰ. Gross output and value added of construction enterprises rated at qualification four and above = 31
   Ⅱ. The value added of construction as a whole = 33
  Section Four. Transport, post and telecommunications = 34
   Ⅰ. Calculation of value added for the first group = 35
   Ⅱ. The calculation of value added for the second group = 36
  Section Five. Wholesale and retail trade and catering services = 37
   Ⅰ. The value added of the first group = 38
   Ⅱ. The value added of the second group = 38
  Section Six. Banking and insurance = 39
   Ⅰ. The value added of banking and insurance = 39
   Ⅱ. Interest on saving deposit of households = 40
  Section Seven. Real estate = 41
   Ⅰ. Compensation of employees = 42
   Ⅱ. Taxes on production, net = 42
   Ⅲ. Depreciation of fixed assets = 42
   Ⅳ. Operating surplus = 43
  Section Eight. Government agencies, party organs and social organizations = 43
   Ⅰ. Compensation of employees = 43
   Ⅱ. Taxes on Production, net = 44
   Ⅲ. Depreciation of fixed assets = 44
  Section Nine. Other services = 44
   Ⅰ. Compensation of employees = 44
   Ⅱ. Taxes on production, net = 46
   Ⅲ. Depreciation of fixed assets = 46
   Ⅳ. Operating surplus = 46
CHAPTER TWO = 49
 GDP ESTIMATES AT CURRENT PRICE ACCORDING TO THE EXPENDITURE APPROACH = 49
  Introduction = 49
  Household final consumption expenditure = 49
   Ⅰ. Rural household final consumption expenditure = 50
   Ⅱ. Urban household final consumption expenditure = 53
  Government final consumption expenditure = 55
   Ⅰ. Current expenditures included in the operating expenses within the scope of budget = 55
   Ⅱ. Current expenditures included in the operating expenses of extra-budgetary units = 56
   Ⅲ. The depreciation of fixed assets of government administrative units and non-profit public utility units = 57
   Ⅳ. The difference between the gross output and operating revenue of urban household commissions and rural villager commissions = 57
  Gross fixed capital formation = 57
   Ⅰ. Fixed-asset investment = 57
   Ⅱ. Gross fixed capital formation = 60
   Ⅲ. Changes in inventories = 60
  Net export of goods and services = 63
 ANNEX = 65
 SIMPLIFIED VERSIONS OF THE QUESTIONNAIRES USED FOR SURVEYS OF RURAL AND URBAN CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURES = 65
CHAPTER THREE = 69
 GDP ESTIMATES AT CONSTANT PRICES = 69
 GDP estimates of value added at constant prices = 69
  Ⅰ. Agriculture = 70
  Ⅱ. Industry = 71
  Ⅲ. Construction = 71
  Ⅳ. Transport, post and telecommunications = 71
  Ⅴ. Wholesale and retail trade, catering services = 72
  Ⅵ. Banking and insurance = 72
  Ⅶ. Real estate = 73
  Ⅷ. Public administration and defence and other services = 73
  Ⅸ. Overall reliability of constant price estimates = 73
 Final expenditure on the GDP at constant prices = 74
  Ⅰ. Household final consumption expenditure = 74
  Ⅱ. Government final consumption = 76
  Ⅲ. Gross fixed capital formation = 76
  Ⅳ. Changes in inventories = 76
  Ⅴ. Net export of goods and services = 78
CHAPTER FOUR = 79
 ACCOUNTS FOR HOUSEHOLDS = 79
  Ⅰ. Introduction = 79
  Ⅱ. Definition of household sector = 79
  Ⅲ. Production account = 80
   A. Value added = 80
   B. Compensation of employees = 84
   C. Taxes on production, net = 85
   D. Operating surplus = 85
  Ⅳ. Distribution and use of income account = 86
   A. Operating surplus = 86
   B. Property income = 86
   C. Compensation of employees = 92
   D. Current transfers = 94
   E. Disposable income = 96
   F. Household final consumption = 96
   G. Saving, gross = 97
CHAPTER FIVE = 99
 ACCOUNTS FOR GENERAL GOVERNMENT = 99
  Ⅰ. Introduction = 99
  Ⅱ. Corporate units and the sector of general government = 99
   A. Corporate units = 99
   B. The sector of general government = 102
  Ⅲ. Production account for general government = 102
   A. Value added = 103
   B. Compensation of employees = 103
   C. Taxes on production, net of subsidies = 106
   D. The depreciation of fixed assets owned by the units of the general government sector = 107
  Ⅳ. Distribution and use of income account = 107
   A. Operating surplus, gross = 107
   B. Property income = 107
   C. Taxes on production, net = 110
   D. Current transfers = 112
   E. Disposable income = 114
   F. Final consumption expenditure of general government = 114
   G. Saving, gross = 114
CHAPTER SIX = 115
 THE REST OF THE WORLD ACCOUNT = 115
  Ⅰ. Introduction = 115
  Ⅱ. Residents = 115
  Ⅲ. The external account of goods and service = 116
   A. Exports and imports of goods = 116
   B. Exports and imports of services = 118
  Ⅳ. External account of primary income and current transfer = 119
   Data sources = 120
  V. Capital Account = 120
   Data sources = 120
  Ⅵ. Financial Account = 121
   Data sources = 121
  Ⅶ. External assets and liabilities account = 122
STATISTICAL ANNEX = 123
BIBLIOGRAPHY = 135


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