8 Datasets that are related to Supply and use tables , sorted by release date
Estimates of industry inputs and outputs, product supply and demand, and gross value added (GVA) for the UK. Supply and use tables for 1997 to 2019.
Allweddeiriau: GVA, blue book, national accounts, intermediate consumption, combined use matrix, household final consumption expenditure, HHFCE, gross fixed capital formation by industry, GFCF, A10, SUT
A list of the data sources used to compile the supply and use tables. This also includes how this data is sourced, the area of National Accounts that use it and the transaction it feeds into.
Allweddeiriau: Catalogue, Data, Supply, Use, sources
Estimates of industry inputs and outputs, product supply and demand, and gross value added (GVA) for the UK. Supply and use tables for 1997 to 2019 are consistent with the UK National Accounts in Blue Book 2021.
Allweddeiriau: GVA, GFCF, intermediate consumption, combined use matrix, household final consumption expenditure, HHFCE, ntermediate consumption, national accounts, blue book, SUT
Annexes A to G for Impact of Blue Book 2021 changes on average quarterly gross domestic product
Allweddeiriau: bb21, nationalaccounts, bluebook2021, GDP, implied deflator
Industry by industry and further analysis tables, derived from the annual supply and use tables (SUTs) for 2017. These tables are consistent with Blue Book 2020.
Allweddeiriau: leontief, multipliers, IOAT, input-output, IO
Product by industry, product by product and further analyses tables for the UK.
Allweddeiriau: multipliers, leontief, IO Framework
Annexes A to D for Impact of Blue Book 2020 changes on current price and volume estimates of gross domestic product.
Allweddeiriau: GDP, National accounts
Annual supply and use tables; including a breakdown of the 3 measure of GDP, comparison of current year versus previous years growth. Breakdown of the Blue Book 2016 methodological changes; impact of changes on each component of GDP.
Allweddeiriau: supply use, uk economy, national accounts, economic growth