6549.0 - Household Income, Consumption, Saving and Wealth, A Provisional Framework, 1995  
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Contents >> Appendix 3. Bibliography
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  • ABS (1990a) Information Paper: Australian National Accounts: Flow of Funds, Developmental Estimates, March and June 1989, (Catalogue No 5232.0).
  • ABS (1990b), Review of Social and Labour Statistics: Income and Expenditure, Social and Labour Division, Paper No. 7.
  • ABS (1992a), Household Expenditure Survey, Australia: The Effects of Government Benefits and Taxes on Household Income, 1988-89, (Cat No. 6537.0).
  • ABS (1992b), Unpaid Work and the Australian Economy - Occasional Paper, (Cat No. 5240.0).
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  • United Nations (1968), A System of National Accounts, New York.
  • United Nations (1977), Provisional Guidelines on Statistics of the Distribution of Income, Consumption and Accumulation of Households, Studies in Methods, Series M, No. 61. New York.
  • United Nations (1980), Statistical Papers: Principles and Recommendations for Population and Housing Censuses, New York.
  • United Nations (1989), National Household Survey Capability Program: Household Income and Expenditure Surveys: A technical study, New York.
  • United Nations (1992), Revised System of National Accounts (Provisional), August 1992 (to be presented to and adopted at the 27th session of the Statistical Commission, February-March 1993).
  • Yates, J. (1991), Australia's Owner-Occupied Housing Wealth and its Impact on Income Distribution, SPRC Reports and Proceedings, No. 92, SPRC, University of NSW, Kensington.


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