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The FPB’s studies cover 11 main themes: Energy, Environmental economic accounts and analyses, International economy, Labour market, Macroeconomic forecasts and analyses, Public finances, Sectoral accounts and analyses, Social protection, demography and prospective studies, Structural studies, Sustainable development, Transport.

Sectoral accounts and analyses

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Exports, Firm Heterogeneity and Employment in Belgium: an Input-Output Analysis [29/01/2020]

This paper presents an estimation of employment sustained directly and indirectly by exports based on an export-heterogeneous input-output table. In this table, manufacturing industries are disaggregated according to the exporter status of firms in order to account for within-industry differences in input structures. According to our results, export-sustained employment in Belgium amounted to 1.32 million jobs in 2010, which corresponds to 29.5 % of total employment.

Input-Output Tables 2015 [20/12/2019]

The National Accounts Institute (NAI) presents in this publication a new version of the input-output tables at current prices for the year 2015, compiled according to the ESA 2010 methodology. Compared to the first version of the 2015 input-output tables published in December 2018, the tables presented here incorporate the occasional revision of the national accounts implemented by Belgium in 2019.

Updating the 2010 Belgian interregional supply and use table [25/10/2019]

This paper describes the methodology to make the existing interregional supply and use table (ISUT) of 2010 compatible to ESA2010/SNA2008 rules and shows the results at a macro level. The ISUT describes, for each product and industry, all intra- and interregional flows caused by the intermediate use, final consumption expenditures, investments and exports of the three Belgian regions Brussels, Flanders and Wallonia.

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Input-output tables and other satellite accounts of the national accounts are compiled to allow sectoral and intersectoral analyses.

These analyses aim to:

  • map out the specificities of branches;
  • study the relationships between different branches.

In this context, the Federal Planning Bureau  is responsible for drawing up, on behalf of the National Accounts Institute (NAI):

  • the five-yearly input-output tables.

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