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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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Multinational groups in Belgium – Structure and economic activity [31/05/2022]

A macro-economic analysis of the activity of multinational groups is of particular interest for economic policy in a country like Belgium with a longstanding tradition of openness to foreign investment. This working paper combines a database of enterprise groups that are active in Belgium with industry-level data from the national accounts to show that multinational groups play an important role in the Belgian economy. Together, foreign affiliates and firms that are part of a Belgian multinational group account for more than 40% of GDP, 25% of total employment and 75% of exports.

Compilation of the interregional input-output table for the year 2015: data sources and methodology [09/07/2021]

The Federal Planning Bureau has built the 2015 interregional input-output table for Belgium within the framework of an agreement with the statistical authorities of the three Regions (BISA/IBSA, VSA and IWEPS). This paper describes the methodology and data sources used to compile this table.

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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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