«CONCEALED INTEREST INCOME OF HOUSEHOLDS IN THE NETHERLANDS: 1977. 1979 AND 1981 Brugt Kazemier The views expressed in this paper are those of the ...»
The re istration of processing is discussed rimarily with regard to f its effects on in ut-output-t e tables and nput-output quotes. Links between National Rccounts and)rgasic statistics, user demands and international guidelines are examined.
A proposal for a SAH which fits into the next System of National Accounts, Keuning, Steven J. (1990).
This aper shows that al1 flow accounts which may become part of the next Eystem of National Accounts can be embedded easil in a Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). In fact, for many purposes a $AM format may be preferred to the traditional T-accounts for the institutional sectors, since it allows for more flexibility in selecting relevant classifications and valuation principles.
Net versus gross National Income, Bos, Frits (1990).
In practice, gross figures of Domestic Product, National Product and National Income are most often preferred to net figures. In this paper, this practice is challenged. Conceptual issues and the reliability of capita1 consumption estimates are discussed.
NA/39 Concealed interest income of households in the Netherlands; 1977, 1979 and 1981, Kazemier, Brugt (1990).
The major problem in estimating the size of hidden income is that total income, reported plus unreported, is unknown. However, this is not the case with total interest income of households in the Netherlands. This makes it possible to estimate at least the order of magnitude of this art of hidden income. In this paper it wil1 be shown that in 1977, E979 and 1981 almost 50% of total interest received by households was concealed.
NA/40 Who came off vorst: Structural change of Dutch value added and employment during the interwar period, Den Bakker, Gert P. and Jan de Gijt (1990).
In this paper new data for the interwar eriod are presented. The distribution of value added over industryes and a break-down of value added int0 components is iven. Employment by industry is estimated as well. Moreover, structurak changes during the interwar years and in the more recent past are juxtaposed.
NA/41 The SU ply of hidden labour in the Netherlands: a model, Brugt Kazemier ROE and van Eck (1990).
This paper presents a model of the SU ply of hidden labour in the Netherlands. Model simulations show tgat the supply of hidden labour is not very sensitive to cyclical fluctuations. A tax exempt of 1500 guilders for second jobs and a higher probability of detectron, however, may substantially decrease the magnitude of the hidden labour market.
NA/42 Benefits from productivity growth and the distribution of income, Keuning, Steven J. (1990).
This paper contains a discussion on the measurement of multifactor roductivity and sketches a framework for analyzing the relation Eetween productivity chan es and changes in the average factor remuneration rate by industry. !$ubsequently the effects on the avera e wage rate by labour category and the household primary income distrifution are studied.
Netherlands Centra1 Bureau of Statistics National Accounts Department Occasional Papers