A History of National Accounting

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IOS Press, 2005 - 522 Seiten
In A History of National Accounting, Andre Vanoli focuses on the history of accounting in the second part of the 20th century. The book is about the relations between economic theories and the observation of the present and the past looked at from the viewpoint of economic measurement. Some parts of the book are especially devoted to the French experience in this field, but the point of view is deliberately universal. The publication is about; The birth of national accounting; The evolution of systems of accounts and accounting issues in the perspective of international harmonization; National accounts as a statistical synthesis; Concepts and their relations with economic theory; Uses and status of national accounting.
 

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From Estimates of National Income to Construction
3
Outlook
26
Appendix The accounting system proposed by Richard Stone in 1945
32
French National Accounting Follows its own Path
43
A critical review of the first standardised system
45
The SEEFs conceptual framework
56
Among the most advanced countries
76
Appendix Diagrammatic representations of National Accounts
82
The World Bank concept of Genuine saving
342
Capital Wealth Patrimony
352
218
357
Value Volume and Prices
371
118
375
Complete national accounts systems at constant prices
380
Measuring the volume of production factors growth accounting
387
Surplus accounts
390

The wave of the 1980s and 1990s
104
Sector accounts sequence and balancing items from 1952 SNA to 1993
106
The inputoutput framework of the 1993 SNA1995
118
Outlook
126
Trend towards Unification and Persistent Accounting
147
the production and distribution
156
An overview of the Dutch proposals in the second half of the 1980s
165
National Accounts as a Statistical Synthesis
191
System of economic statistics
197
Methods of national income estimates according to Studenskis book
205
The United Kingdom gives up quantitative estimates of the accounts reliability
218
An opinion from the Federal Reserve Board 1991 on the issue of financial
226
Production Value and Welfare A Controversies surrounding
241
110
247
To adjust National IncomeGDP for intermediate consumption of nonmarket
256
a synthetic presentation of
262
Production Value and Welfare B National accounting
273
the search for
279
Household activities
287
Production Income and Wealth
303
Arguments behind the European opposition to the inclusion of Research
309
Assets and liabilities accounts of the 1993 SNA
315
216
316
Complex relationships between income and change in net worth
317
Consumption of fixed capital and revision of expectations
325
Debt forgiveness and writingoffs of bad debts
335
123
391
Volumeprice factoring for equipment goods
395
Contrasting alternative
397
International comparisons of volume and price
402
National income per capita according to exchange rates and purchasing power
405
Outlook
408
226
415
Appendix Reviewing indices
418
Uses and Status of National Accounting
425
147
434
197
435
Crisis of macroeconomic regulation and relative setback of national
446
Sensitive relationships with economic theories
455
Outlook
462
Annotated bibliography
468
201
470
General Outlook The fortune of a vast enterprise
479
Postface in the first person singular
487
General schedule of international harmonization 88
495
241
501
181
503
156
509
Index of Names
513
165
515
Acronyms
521
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