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FROM INPUT--OUTPUT TABLES TO SUPPLY-AND-USE TABLES

Brugt Kazemier (), Carlo H. Driesen and Erik Hoogbruin

Economic Systems Research, 2012, vol. 24, issue 3, 319-327

Abstract: In 1991, Statistics Netherlands introduced the supply-and-use tables as part of the national accounts. Since then, the supply-and-use tables have been the main statistics on the production structure of the Dutch economy. They form the basis from which input--output tables are derived. The time series of supply-and-use tables starts in 1987. However, there is a need for a time series since 1970 because benchmark revisions of the Dutch national accounts would become far easier if such time series were available. Therefore, a method has been developed to derive supply-and-use tables from existing input--output tables. This article presents the algorithm.

Date: 2012
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