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5216.0 - Australian National Accounts: Concepts, Sources and Methods, 2000  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 15/11/2000   
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CONTENTS

    Chapter 1: Nature, purpose and history of national accounts
    Chapter 2: The Australian national accounts
    Chapter 3: Overview of the conceptual framework
    Chapter 4: Economic concepts and the national accounts
      Introduction
      Production
      Income
      Final consumption and saving
      Accumulation and wealth
    Chapter 5: Institutional units and sectors
    Chapter 6: Producing units and industries
    Chapter 7: Flows, stocks and accounting rules
    Chapter 8: The accounting framework
    Chapter 9: The input-output framework
      Introduction
      The input-output context
      Basic structure of the input-output and associated tables
      Special treatments adopted in compiling input-output tables
      Using input-output tables for analysis
    Chapter 10: Volume and price measures
    Chapter 11: Overview of the sources and methods
    Chapter 12: Input-output tables
    Chapter 13: Deriving annual benchmarks and quarterly estimates from supply and use tables
    Chapter 14: Final consumption expenditure
      Introduction
      The expenditure aggregates
      Household final consumption expenditure
      01 Food and non-alcoholic beverages
      02 Alcoholic beverages and tobacco
      03 Clothing and footwear
      04 Housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels
      05 Furnishings, household equipment and routine maintenance of the house
      06 Health
      07 Transport
      08 Communications
      09 Recreation and culture
      10 Education services
      11 Hotels, cafes and restaurants
      12 Miscellaneous goods and services
      Adjustment for expenditure overseas less expenditure of non-residents in Australia
      Government final consumption expenditure
      Expenditures on individual and collective goods and services
      Final consumption expenditure and actual final consumption: summary
    Chapter 15: Gross capital formation
      Introduction
      Benchmarking to supply and use tables
      Gross fixed capital formation
      Private gross fixed capital formation
      Public gross fixed capital formation
      Acquisitions less disposals of non-produced non-financial assets
    Chapter 16: Capital stock and consumption of fixed capital
      Introduction
      Concepts
      Sources and methods
    Chapter 17: Changes in inventories
    Chapter 18: Exports and imports
    Chapter 19: Compensation of employees
    Chapter 20: Gross operating surplus and gross mixed income
    Chapter 21: Taxes less subsidies on production and imports
    Chapter 22: Property income and secondary income flows
    Chapter 23: Capital transfers
    Chapter 24: Value added by industry
    Chapter 25: Financial accounts
    Chapter 26: Balance sheets
    Chapter 27: Productivity measures
    Chapter 28: State accounts
      Introduction
      Concepts
      Current price estimates - annual
      Current price estimates - quarterly
      Chain volume estimates
    Chapter 29: Quality of the National Accounts
    Appendix 1 - Classifications
    Appendix 2 - Differences between ASNA and SNA93
    Appendix 3 - Seasonally adjusted and trend estimates
    Appendix 4 - Links between business accounts and the national accounts
    Appendix 5 - Australian National Accounts and the GST
    Appendix 6 - Linear trend interpolation
    Bibliography
    Glossary


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