Financial accounts in the system of national accounts (SNA) and in the current economy. An introduction.pdf

Financial accounts in the system of national accounts (SNA) and in the current economy. An introduction

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Australia during the current financial crisis and reports of similar problems being experienced in other countries, especially with FISIM. The definition and derivation of FISIM have evolved as the System of National Accounts (SNA) has moved through its versions. Attachment 1 summarises the culmination of this evolution as reflected in SNA 2008. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE SHEETS: ISSUES FOR THE REVISION OF SNA Yale University This paper is an abridged version of a report with the same title originally written for the United Nations Statistical Office, as a part of the ongoing review of the System of National Accounts. Its

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Financial accounts in the system of national accounts (SNA) and in the current economy. An introduction.pdf

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