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The unobserved economy and the Dutch national accounts after the benchmark revision 2015

1 Introduction The national accounts provide a quantitative description of the economic development of a country. The information required for the compilation of the national accounts is obtained from a wide variety of sources. Changes in data sources and the availability of new data sources can lead to new insights in the level and growth rates of important economic indicators in the national accounts. New sources, new insights, new definitions of variables in the national accounts and new estimate and data collection techniques necessitate occasional

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Micro- and Macrodata: a Comparison of the Household Finance and Consumption Survey with Financial Accounts in Austria

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Quarterly Regional GDP Flash Estimates by Means of Benchmarking and Chain Linking

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Factor Structural Time Series Models for Official Statistics with an Application to Hours Worked in Germany

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Important Structural Linkages in the Process of Income Circulation Defined by SAMs

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Economic Statistics: How to Become Lean and Mean?

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Is the Top Tail of the Wealth Distribution the Missing Link between the Household Finance and Consumption Survey and National Accounts?

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Satellite Account Of Household Production. Methodological Remarks And Results For Poland

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Adapting the TSA to Measure Economic Contribution of Tourism in Serbia

). Quantitative tourism industry analysis: Introduction to input-output, social accounting ma-trix modeling, and Tourism Satelitte Accounts. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. United Nations, & World Tourism Organization. (2010). International recommendations for tourism statistics 2008. New York: United Nations. United Nations. (2009). System of National Accounts 2008. New York: United Nations. Retrieved March 13, 2014, from http://unstats.un.org/unsd/nationalaccount/docs/ SNA2008.pdf. United Nations. (2011). Tourism Satellite Account: Recom-mended Methodological

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