17 publications that are related to Public sector finance , sorted by release date
How the relationship between UK public sector monthly income and expenditure leads to changes in deficit and debt.
Allweddeiriau: deficit, public finance, national debt, Government, PSF
Comparison of the public sector net borrowing estimates published in the public sector finances bulletin and the national accounts.
Allweddeiriau: PSF, NA, Government, differences, public finance, national accounts, public sector borrowing
Allweddeiriau: Brexit, EU, Business, Industry and Trade, Economy
Outlining what the Office for National Statistics sees as areas for future development in the public sector finances.
Allweddeiriau: PSF, debt, fiscal, government, deficit
Defines and explains the main characteristics that lead to the classification of a transaction as a tax or a fee in the national accounts and public sector finances, and describes their effects on economic indicators and the operation of government.
Allweddeiriau: classification, economic, requited, levy, charge
Public sector revenue, expenditure and net fiscal balance on a country and regional basis.
Allweddeiriau: Government, expenditure, revenue, finance, region, PSF
An update to previous wider measures of government debt articles.
Allweddeiriau: contingent liabilities, government debt, net debt, Government guarantees, WGA
Explains our decision to treat the issuance of the UK student loans as a combination of government expenditure and a financial transaction.
Allweddeiriau: borrowing, debt, government, expenditure, education, PSF
Government net pension liabilities impact on public sector net borrowing (PSNB), public sector net debt (PSND) and public sector net financial liabilities (PSNFL)
Allweddeiriau: Government, public finance, national accounts, Government net pension liabilities, PSNB, PSND, PSNFL
The study details and evaluates methodologies and data sources currently used to estimate public sector revenue/expenditure at sub-regional level.
Allweddeiriau: public sector finances, sub-regional