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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.

Sectoral accounts and analyses 

The data in this section refer to the years 1980, 1985 and 1990 and relate to the input-output tables, the matrices of pure technical coefficients and the Leontiev inverse matrix. The tables were drawn up according to the European System of Accounts 1979 (ESA79).

 17/05/1999 

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.

 13/02/2003 

The 2005 and 2010 input-output tables have been calculated according to the European System of Accounts 1995 (ESA 95). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at three aggregation levels of Nace Rev. 1.1 for the year 2005 (17x17, 31x31 and 60x60) and at the aggregation level of 64x64 of Nace Rev. 2 for the year 2010.

 20/12/2013 

The input-output system for 2010 was calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64) and 64 product groups (P64).

 22/12/2015 

The input-output tables for 2015 were calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64/NACE REV. 2) and 64 product groups (P64/CPA 2.1).

 17/12/2018 

The input-output tables for 2015 were calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). 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. The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64/NACE REV. 2) and 64 product groups (P64/CPA 2.1).

 20/12/2019 

The multipliers presented here include the output, income and employment multipliers of the final demand in Belgium for the years 1995, 2000 and 2005. They were calculated using a series of updated input-output tables at constant prices, in line with the National Accounts published in November 2010.

 15/07/2013 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2013. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 1995 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2008 industry and product classifications.

 18/05/2016 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2015. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 2010 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2008 industry and product classifications.

 23/05/2016 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2015. They have been calculated with data from the 2015 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2018. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 2010 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2.1 industry and product classifications.

 15/05/2019 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand for each region for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 interregional input-output table for Belgium. This table has been constructed by the Federal Planning Bureau in 2015 in cooperation with the statistical authorities of the three Regions (IBSA, SVR and IWEPS). The multipliers are reported at the work format level of disaggregation of the interregional input-output table, i.e. 133 industries for each region.

 27/04/2016 

The multipliers presented here are output, factor income, household income and employment multipliers. They are derived from a model based on a National Accounting Matrix (NAM) for 2010, consistent with the 2010 input-output tables for Belgium published in December 2013 (ESA 1995).

 17/05/2016 

In this database, domestic employment, labour volume (hours worked) and the wage costs of wage earners are broken down per industry (A38 of Nace rev. 2) according to gender, age group and education level. The breakdowns of employment and labour volumes are available for domestic employment as a whole and for wage earners and self-employed people separately. The database provides annual results for the period 1999-2018 and corresponds with the last edition of the national accounts (October 2019).

 12/06/2020 

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The data in this section refer to the years 1980, 1985 and 1990 and relate to the input-output tables, the matrices of pure technical coefficients and the Leontiev inverse matrix. The tables were drawn up according to the European System of Accounts 1979 (ESA79).

 17/05/1999  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

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.

 13/02/2003  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The 2005 and 2010 input-output tables have been calculated according to the European System of Accounts 1995 (ESA 95). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at three aggregation levels of Nace Rev. 1.1 for the year 2005 (17x17, 31x31 and 60x60) and at the aggregation level of 64x64 of Nace Rev. 2 for the year 2010.

 20/12/2013  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The input-output system for 2010 was calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64) and 64 product groups (P64).

 22/12/2015  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The input-output tables for 2015 were calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64/NACE REV. 2) and 64 product groups (P64/CPA 2.1).

 17/12/2018  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The input-output tables for 2015 were calculated in line with the rules of the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010). 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. The data are published in a set of 10 tables and are available at the aggregation level of 64 industries (A64/NACE REV. 2) and 64 product groups (P64/CPA 2.1).

 20/12/2019  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here include the output, income and employment multipliers of the final demand in Belgium for the years 1995, 2000 and 2005. They were calculated using a series of updated input-output tables at constant prices, in line with the National Accounts published in November 2010.

 15/07/2013  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2013. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 1995 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2008 industry and product classifications.

 18/05/2016  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2015. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 2010 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2008 industry and product classifications.

 23/05/2016  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand in Belgium for 2015. They have been calculated with data from the 2015 current price input-output tables, which were published in December 2018. These tables have been constructed following the ESA 2010 and the Nace Rev.2/CPA 2.1 industry and product classifications.

 15/05/2019  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here are the output, income and employment multipliers of final demand for each region for 2010. They have been calculated with data from the 2010 interregional input-output table for Belgium. This table has been constructed by the Federal Planning Bureau in 2015 in cooperation with the statistical authorities of the three Regions (IBSA, SVR and IWEPS). The multipliers are reported at the work format level of disaggregation of the interregional input-output table, i.e. 133 industries for each region.

 27/04/2016  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

The multipliers presented here are output, factor income, household income and employment multipliers. They are derived from a model based on a National Accounting Matrix (NAM) for 2010, consistent with the 2010 input-output tables for Belgium published in December 2013 (ESA 1995).

 17/05/2016  Sectoral accounts and analyses
 

In this database, domestic employment, labour volume (hours worked) and the wage costs of wage earners are broken down per industry (A38 of Nace rev. 2) according to gender, age group and education level. The breakdowns of employment and labour volumes are available for domestic employment as a whole and for wage earners and self-employed people separately. The database provides annual results for the period 1999-2018 and corresponds with the last edition of the national accounts (October 2019).

 12/06/2020  Labour market, Structural studies, Sectoral accounts and analyses
 
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