Presentation on theme: "WP3 Capital accounts Data availability 9-11 th June 2005 Helsinki Ana Rincon NIESR This project is funded by the European Commission, Research Directorate."— Presentation transcript:
WP3 Capital accounts Data availability 9-11 th June 2005 Helsinki Ana Rincon NIESR This project is funded by the European Commission, Research Directorate General as part of the 6th Framework Programme, Priority 8, "Policy Support and Anticipating Scientific and Technological Needs".
GFCF by basic assets Austria: 60 industries NACE Rev.1, NA, 1976-2003, 6 asset types. (Currently working on extension in terms of the sectors (EUKLEMS) and capital assets covered using alternative sources). Belgium: 30 industries NACE Rev1, NA, 1970-2003, before 1995, 6 assets distinguished, after 1995 and introduction of software, 7 assets types. Data for industry cross-classified by asset type is confidential. Finland: 45 industries, NA, 1975-2003, 3/4 asset types. France: 42 industries, NA, 1959-2003, 11 asset types. Germany: 59 industries Germany 1991-2003, 30 industries Germany 1970- 1991, NA, 2 asset types. Ireland: 24 industries, NA, 1990-2003, 9 asset types Data for industry cross-classified by asset type is unpublished. Survey data for investment pre 1990, production industries
Italy: 29 industries, NACE Rev. 1, NA, 1970-2003, 7 asset types Netherlands: 54 industries, 1953-2001, NA, 21 asset types Spain: 43 industries, 1964-2002, NA, 18 asset types Sweden: 28 industries NACE Rev. 1, NA, 1993-2003, 6 asset types UK: 28 industries (1948-2002), 14 industries (1995-2002), NA all converted to SNA93 basis. Alternative sources (based on previous SNA): Production from 1948, Distribution from mid 70s, Service trades from mid 80s, 6 asset types Czech Republic: 58 industries (NACE Rev.1 excl. 95,99), 1995-2002, NA, 8 asset types. Hungary: Data not available yet. GFCF 15 industries (NACE Rev.1, A-O), NA, 1995-2001, 7 asset types Investment outlays NACE Rev.1 60 industries, SS, 1995-2003.
Poland: Investment outlays 57 industries (NACE Rev.1 excl.12,95,99), 1995 2001, SS, 5 asset types. Data at NACE Rev.1, 1995-2001, NA, 5 asset types, End 2005 Slovakia: 58 industries, NACE Rev.1 (1993, 1996-2003); 31 industries (1994,1995), NA, no breakdown by asset type at industry level, for total 6 asset types Slovenia: 57 industries (NACE Rev.1 excl. 11, 95, 99), 1996 2001(2002, 55 industries), SS, 21 asset types Data at NACE Rev.1, 2000 onwards, NA End 2005
GFCF by ICT assets Austria: No ICT assets, computers cannot be distinguished from Office Machinery. Software included in Other products. Belgium: No official distinction between ICT assets and other equipment. Finland: No ICT assets. France: 3 ICT assets (Software, Computer equipment, communication equipment) Germany: No ICT assets Ireland: Software Italy: Computers cannot be distinguished from Office machinery, software included intangible assets. Netherlands: Computer hardware, software. No Communication equipment
Spain: ICT assets (Office machinery and computer, communications, software.) Sweden: No ICT assets by industry, totals for hardware, telecommunication, software. UK: No ICT in NA, software partly in intangibles partly in machinery and equipment. Investment surveys/SUT/Input-output can be used to derive ICT assets. Czech Republic: ICT assets (computer software, computer equipment open question) Hungary: Computer software, communications equipment cannot be Separated. No ICT in Service Surveys. Poland: No ICT assets Slovakia: No ICT assets. Software can be identified from intangible assets (SS) from 1998 Slovenia: ICT (office and data processing machinery, communication equipment, computer software).
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