The Accounts of Nations
National income and products estimates are used extensively worldwide. During the 1950's P. Studenski's work The Income of Nations' became a classic on the topic. With more extensive compilations, more sophisticated applications, the results and methodology and far reaching international agreements, the international comparability in accounts is now insured. This volume supplements the earlier research in national accounting with a historical overview that shows the development in national income and product accounts. Readers: researchers and professionals in economy, statistics and accounting.
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The Scandinavian Contribution to National Accounting O Aukrust
A History G P den Bakker
Keynes How to Pay for the War and Its Influence on Postwar National
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accounting framework activities aggregates analysis assets Aukrust basic Bjerve Blue Book Bochove bookkeeping capital formation changes classification CMEA commodity flow compilation concepts consumption contribution Copeland countries Denmark Derksen discussion distribution Eco-circ economists enterprises entries Erik Lindahl Eurostat factor factors of production figures Frisch German gross households important imputed included Income and Wealth India indirect taxes industries input-output tables institutions interest intermediate consumption investment Irving Fisher Kenessey Keynes Kuznets Lindahl macroeconomic market prices matrix Meade and Stone measurement method national accounting system national income estimates national product Netherlands Norway OEEC Ohlsson output paper payments presented problems production account production boundary publication published Ragnar Frisch real capital recommendations revision Richard Stone Scandinavian sector Simon Kuznets Social Accounting Statistical Commission Statistical Office statisticians Statistisches structure Sweden system of national theoretical theory transactions United Nations value added Voorburg