Regional accounts; key figures 1995-2011

Regional accounts; key figures 1995-2011

Regions Periods GDP (market prices) (mln euro) GDP per capita (euro) Value added (at basic prices) (mln euro) Compensation of employees (mln euro) Labour input of employed persons (1000 full-time equivalent jobs) Labour input of employees (1000 full-time equivalent jobs)
The Netherlands 1995 305,261 19,746 275,686 155,837 . 5,000.6
The Netherlands 1996 319,755 20,589 287,079 161,820 . 5,105.7
The Netherlands 1997 342,237 21,923 306,539 171,222 . 5,269.7
The Netherlands 1998 362,464 23,076 324,027 184,054 . 5,457.3
The Netherlands 1999 386,193 24,424 344,335 197,344 . 5,627.8
The Netherlands 2000 417,960 26,245 373,415 211,803 . 5,749.9
The Netherlands 2001 447,731 27,903 397,556 227,390 6,636.4 5,858.4
The Netherlands 2002 465,214 28,808 414,374 238,825 6,619.5 5,850.4
The Netherlands 2003 476,945 29,395 425,256 245,752 6,547.2 5,776.3
The Netherlands 2004 491,184 30,168 436,874 251,030 6,480.1 5,699.4
The Netherlands 2005 513,407 31,459 456,182 254,563 6,478.0 5,682.5
The Netherlands 2006 540,216 33,049 479,012 264,925 6,582.8 5,772.6
The Netherlands 2007 571,773 34,903 507,650 280,309 6,728.3 5,905.3
The Netherlands 2008 594,481 36,148 528,239 294,716 6,832.4 6,013.3
The Netherlands 2009 573,235 34,678 510,852 298,488 6,759.4 5,939.6
The Netherlands 2010 586,789 35,316 524,120 300,491 6,719.3 5,892.5
The Netherlands 2011* 599,047 35,886 536,618 306,215 6,753.0 5,909.8
North Netherlands (LD) 1995 31,292 19,257 28,260 13,745 . 462.5
North Netherlands (LD) 1996 33,072 20,280 29,692 14,141 . 470.3
North Netherlands (LD) 1997 34,618 21,142 31,007 14,877 . 481.7
North Netherlands (LD) 1998 35,152 21,375 31,424 15,826 . 494.3
North Netherlands (LD) 1999 35,962 21,760 32,064 16,869 . 507.0
North Netherlands (LD) 2000 39,791 23,909 35,550 17,986 . 516.0
North Netherlands (LD) 2001 43,561 25,952 38,679 19,350 605.9 519.6
North Netherlands (LD) 2002 44,538 26,358 39,671 20,399 609.4 523.5
North Netherlands (LD) 2003 46,222 27,246 41,213 21,103 606.5 520.0
North Netherlands (LD) 2004 46,870 27,569 41,688 21,571 601.3 514.0
North Netherlands (LD) 2005 50,042 29,418 44,464 21,801 602.8 513.9
North Netherlands (LD) 2006 54,020 31,751 47,900 22,432 602.3 512.3
North Netherlands (LD) 2007 55,863 32,795 49,598 23,594 610.1 520.5
North Netherlands (LD) 2008 62,006 36,329 55,097 24,715 616.1 528.4
North Netherlands (LD) 2009 57,095 33,362 50,882 24,867 603.4 516.3
North Netherlands (LD) 2010 58,993 34,382 52,693 24,881 601.1 513.8
North Netherlands (LD) 2011* 61,524 35,805 55,112 25,312 604.7 515.6
East Netherlands (LD) 1995 53,616 16,806 48,421 28,674 . 971.3
East Netherlands (LD) 1996 55,950 17,406 50,232 29,584 . 987.2
East Netherlands (LD) 1997 59,966 18,512 53,711 31,157 . 1,009.6
East Netherlands (LD) 1998 63,726 19,499 56,968 33,577 . 1,046.8
East Netherlands (LD) 1999 68,091 20,641 60,711 36,097 . 1,081.7
East Netherlands (LD) 2000 73,524 22,068 65,688 38,830 . 1,107.7
East Netherlands (LD) 2001 79,054 23,477 70,195 42,014 1,297.1 1,129.1
East Netherlands (LD) 2002 81,805 24,068 72,865 43,991 1,296.8 1,130.7
East Netherlands (LD) 2003 84,419 24,665 75,270 45,752 1,293.2 1,126.5
East Netherlands (LD) 2004 86,329 25,097 76,784 46,599 1,279.8 1,111.3
East Netherlands (LD) 2005 89,574 25,936 79,590 47,432 1,287.1 1,115.5
East Netherlands (LD) 2006 95,370 27,525 84,565 49,539 1,308.8 1,134.7
East Netherlands (LD) 2007 101,575 29,220 90,184 52,704 1,345.0 1,168.7
East Netherlands (LD) 2008 105,366 30,180 93,625 55,634 1,366.1 1,189.2
East Netherlands (LD) 2009 103,140 29,397 91,916 56,653 1,354.3 1,179.0
East Netherlands (LD) 2010 104,456 29,640 93,300 57,079 1,348.8 1,172.0
East Netherlands (LD) 2011* 106,486 30,102 95,389 58,090 1,355.6 1,176.5
West Netherlands (LD) 1995 153,531 21,239 138,656 80,230 . 2,479.3
West Netherlands (LD) 1996 160,602 22,142 144,190 83,625 . 2,539.0
West Netherlands (LD) 1997 172,062 23,618 154,115 88,782 . 2,630.0
West Netherlands (LD) 1998 184,199 25,138 164,666 95,612 . 2,725.2
West Netherlands (LD) 1999 196,473 26,646 175,178 102,552 . 2,811.5
West Netherlands (LD) 2000 210,984 28,427 188,498 110,073 . 2,871.8
West Netherlands (LD) 2001 225,207 30,131 199,969 117,978 3,291.9 2,938.4
West Netherlands (LD) 2002 236,560 31,449 210,708 123,988 3,276.8 2,928.4
West Netherlands (LD) 2003 242,295 32,041 216,036 126,877 3,228.1 2,878.9
West Netherlands (LD) 2004 249,941 32,910 222,305 129,613 3,190.3 2,835.5
West Netherlands (LD) 2005 261,552 34,337 232,399 131,580 3,187.7 2,824.9
West Netherlands (LD) 2006 271,614 35,587 240,841 136,771 3,246.8 2,875.9
West Netherlands (LD) 2007 288,261 37,659 255,933 144,753 3,315.0 2,935.6
West Netherlands (LD) 2008 296,353 38,514 263,331 151,666 3,366.0 2,987.9
West Netherlands (LD) 2009 288,888 37,283 257,449 154,048 3,344.2 2,963.0
West Netherlands (LD) 2010 295,722 37,896 264,139 154,735 3,311.2 2,925.6
West Netherlands (LD) 2011* 299,652 38,146 268,424 157,653 3,324.4 2,929.9
South Netherlands (LD) 1995 64,129 18,778 57,916 32,878 . 1,081.5
South Netherlands (LD) 1996 67,216 19,584 60,347 34,176 . 1,103.7
South Netherlands (LD) 1997 72,385 20,989 64,835 36,112 . 1,143.1
South Netherlands (LD) 1998 76,642 22,106 68,515 38,729 . 1,185.7
South Netherlands (LD) 1999 82,848 23,758 73,868 41,513 . 1,222.2
South Netherlands (LD) 2000 89,577 25,539 80,030 44,600 . 1,249.2
South Netherlands (LD) 2001 94,922 26,920 84,285 47,721 1,436.3 1,266.1
South Netherlands (LD) 2002 98,026 27,704 87,313 50,105 1,431.2 1,262.5
South Netherlands (LD) 2003 99,862 28,176 89,039 51,666 1,414.1 1,245.6
South Netherlands (LD) 2004 103,124 29,072 91,722 52,872 1,403.3 1,233.2
South Netherlands (LD) 2005 107,057 30,174 95,124 53,366 1,394.9 1,222.8
South Netherlands (LD) 2006 112,482 31,709 99,738 55,772 1,419.3 1,244.1
South Netherlands (LD) 2007 118,988 33,540 105,644 58,831 1,452.6 1,275.0
South Netherlands (LD) 2008 122,588 34,504 108,928 62,270 1,478.6 1,302.3
South Netherlands (LD) 2009 118,224 33,190 105,358 62,477 1,452.0 1,275.7
South Netherlands (LD) 2010 122,537 34,306 109,450 63,349 1,452.6 1,275.5
South Netherlands (LD) 2011* 125,594 35,064 112,505 64,715 1,462.7 1,282.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 1995 11,994 17,789 10,832 6,500 . 211.7
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 1996 12,445 18,394 11,173 6,721 . 216.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 1997 13,214 19,464 11,836 7,127 . 222.5
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 1998 14,050 20,569 12,560 7,608 . 228.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 1999 14,855 21,588 13,245 8,192 . 236.9
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2000 16,003 23,080 14,297 8,763 . 241.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2001 17,061 24,416 15,149 9,426 276.0 247.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2002 17,716 25,189 15,780 9,951 274.9 246.1
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2003 18,316 25,918 16,331 10,273 273.3 244.4
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2004 18,303 25,818 16,279 10,336 268.1 238.6
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2005 18,742 27,017 16,653 10,375 265.5 236.4
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2006 19,706 28,313 17,473 10,763 270.0 240.3
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2007 20,680 29,599 18,361 11,358 275.9 245.1
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2008 21,145 30,127 18,789 11,960 279.9 248.7
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2009 20,995 29,746 18,710 11,980 274.3 243.5
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2010 21,099 29,734 18,846 11,998 271.7 240.2
Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2011* 21,189 29,730 18,981 12,126 270.3 238.5
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 1995 32,635 28,870 29,473 17,323 . 508.2
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 1996 34,354 30,353 30,843 18,224 . 524.0
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 1997 36,996 32,558 33,137 19,490 . 547.6
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 1998 39,994 34,902 35,753 21,471 . 581.6
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 1999 42,976 37,170 38,318 23,133 . 601.7
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2000 45,726 39,263 40,853 25,117 . 620.3
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2001 48,250 41,146 42,843 26,663 682.4 619.8
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2002 53,201 45,054 47,387 28,143 676.3 614.6
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2003 54,625 45,911 48,705 28,900 665.6 604.0
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2004 57,340 47,800 51,000 30,111 669.0 605.3
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2005 59,836 49,574 53,167 30,472 666.6 600.9
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2006 61,744 50,965 54,749 31,996 684.6 617.4
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2007 64,376 52,857 57,156 33,679 696.4 626.8
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2008 66,586 54,183 59,166 35,333 709.1 642.0
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2009 66,177 53,222 58,975 35,687 703.2 634.8
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2010 70,326 55,848 62,815 36,412 702.2 631.9
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2011* 70,900 55,667 63,511 37,458 709.5 637.0
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 1995 15,636 22,236 14,121 8,853 . 264.6
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 1996 16,306 23,138 14,640 9,128 . 268.3
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 1997 17,567 24,832 15,735 9,758 . 276.5
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 1998 18,803 26,478 16,809 10,508 . 285.5
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 1999 19,925 27,935 17,765 11,251 . 293.9
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2000 21,570 30,006 19,271 12,156 . 301.9
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2001 23,015 31,744 20,436 13,044 346.7 317.7
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2002 24,304 32,152 21,648 13,767 347.7 317.6
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2003 25,473 33,346 22,712 13,824 341.9 311.6
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2004 26,211 33,985 23,313 14,054 335.3 304.8
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2005 27,443 35,303 24,384 14,202 332.7 301.3
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2006 28,100 36,016 24,916 14,433 333.5 301.2
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2007 29,794 38,085 26,453 15,380 344.6 311.1
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2008 30,014 38,031 26,670 15,980 347.8 313.2
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2009 29,355 36,768 26,160 16,221 343.5 308.4
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2010 30,171 37,396 26,949 16,404 344.8 309.2
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2011* 29,835 36,597 26,726 16,319 339.8 302.8
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 1995 27,150 20,735 24,520 13,509 . 416.5
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 1996 28,089 21,432 25,219 14,009 . 424.1
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 1997 29,703 22,593 26,605 14,902 . 441.6
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 1998 31,844 24,089 28,467 15,819 . 451.5
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 1999 33,160 24,917 29,566 16,820 . 462.7
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2000 35,995 26,858 32,159 17,989 . 471.9
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2001 38,708 28,654 34,370 19,213 536.6 484.7
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2002 40,225 29,580 35,829 20,373 540.7 489.6
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2003 41,542 30,527 37,040 20,844 529.6 478.8
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2004 43,532 31,963 38,719 21,363 524.2 472.7
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2005 47,117 34,676 41,865 21,954 526.9 474.4
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2006 48,578 35,886 43,074 22,993 541.6 487.9
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2007 51,928 38,165 46,104 24,504 555.2 499.9
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2008 53,488 39,220 47,528 26,183 573.6 519.0
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2009 50,023 36,462 44,579 26,236 562.7 507.3
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2010 51,950 37,102 46,402 26,216 558.9 501.4
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2011* 53,457 37,948 47,886 26,619 558.1 499.8
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


GDP, GDP per capita, value added, compensation of employees, labour input of employed persons, labour input of employees, by region, COROP region, province and groups of provinces.

Data available from: 1995-2011

Status of the figures:
The data from 1995 onwards are final. The figures for the last year are provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.

Changes as of February 13th:
None, this table is discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicated anymore.
This table is replaced by table Regional accounts; key figures region. See paragraph 3.

Description topics

GDP (market prices)
Gross domestic product (GDP), value added at market prices of
the total economy is calculated as follows:
total value added at basic prices of industries
plus: balance of taxes and subsidies on products
plus: difference imputed and paid VAT.
VAT, taxes on imports and subsidies on re-exports cannot be
attributed to individual industries. Therefore, GDP at market
prices cannot be broken down completely by industry.
Value added can be valued gross (including consumption of
fixed capital) or net (excluding consumption of fixed capital).
GDP per capita
Gross domestic product (GDP), value added at market prices of the
total economy, per capita.
Value added (at basic prices)
Value added at basic prices of total enterprises equals the difference
between the production (basic prices) and intermediate consumption
(purchasers' prices).
Compensation of employees
Compensation of employees is the total renumeration paid by employers
to their employees in return for work done.
Employees are all residents and non-residents working in a paid job.
Managing directors of limited companies are considered to be employees;
therefore their salaries are also included in the compensation of
employees. The same holds for people working in sheltered workshops.
Compensation of employees is distinguished between wages and salaries
and employers' social contributions.
Wages and salaries include income taxes and employees' social
contributions even if they are actually withheld by the employer and paid
directly to tax authorities, social security schemes and pension schemes.
Wages include payments that are periodically and directly paid to
employees. Besides they contain extra's (such as bonuses, overtime pay,
tips, commission), wages in kind (such as free housing, free food,
'company car', day nursery, lower interest rates on mortgages,
free travel (or at reduced prices) and holiday allowances. Furthermore,
certain refunds for costs made by the employee, such as travel expenses
to and from work, are included as well.
Employers' social contributions consist of payments to insurers made by
employers for the benefit of their employees. They can be classified in
employers' social security contributions, employers' private social
contributions (o.w. pension schemes) and the imputed social contributions.
In most cases the employers directly pay the employers' social
contributions to the insurers. However, to show that these contributions
are paid for the benefit of employees, these payments are recorded as two
transactions: a) employers pay employers' social contributions to their
employees, and b) employees pay the same contributions to social
insurance funds.
Labour input of employed persons
Labour input of employed persons is defined as the number of full-time
equivalent jobs. Part-time jobs are converted to full-time jobs.
For employees a full-time equivalent job is the annual contractual hours
considered full-time in that branch of industry.
For self-employed a full-time equivalent job is the quotient of the
usual weekly work hours of that job and the average weekly work hours
of self-employed with 37 or more normal weekly hours in the same branch
of industry.
Labour input of employees
Labour input of employees is defined as the number of full-time
equivalent jobs. Part-time jobs are converted to full-time jobs.
For employees a full-time equivalent job is the annual contractual hours
considered full-time in that branch of industry.