The FPB not only publishes the results of its research, but also a set of databases. These databases can contain either historical data or forecasts.
The 1995 and 2000 input-output tables were drawn up according to the European System of Accounts (ESA95), which entails a break with the earlier 1979 ESA tables. There are differences in the industry and product classifications, as well as at the conceptual level. The data are published in the form of 12 60x60 Excel tables.
These tables include both the introduction of the supply and use tables as a starting point for drawing up the input-output tables and the choice to value output at basic prices.
The supply and use tables are set out in a first file, which contains tables 1 and 2:
It should be noted that, compared to the series of tables published by the National Accounts Institute within the framework of the national accounts (supply and use tables for 1995, 1997, 1999), the 1995 supply table contains a breakdown of trade and transport margins, which is necessary for drawing up the input-output tables.
The transition tables needed to convert the use tables valued at purchasers’ prices into use tables valued at basic prices are described in a second file, which contains tables 3 to 8:
The input-output tables are to be found in a third file, which includes tables 9 to 12:
FR - 1995
FR - 2000
NL - 1995
NL - 2000
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