National Accounts; approaches of domestic product (GDP); 1969 - 2012

National Accounts; approaches of domestic product (GDP); 1969 - 2012

Periods GDP from the final expenditure Value at current prices National final expenditure Total gross national final expenditure (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at current prices National final expenditure Changes in inventories (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at current prices National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Total (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at current prices National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Households (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at current prices National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure General government (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at prices of 2005 National final expenditure Total gross national final expenditure (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at prices of 2005 National final expenditure Changes in inventories (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at prices of 2005 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Total (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at prices of 2005 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Households (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Value at prices of 2005 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure General government (mln euro) GDP from the final expenditure Volume changes on previous year National final expenditure Total gross national final expenditure (%) GDP from the final expenditure Volume changes on previous year National final expenditure Changes in inventories (%) GDP from the final expenditure Volume changes on previous year National final expenditure Final consumption expenditures Total (%) GDP from the final expenditure Volume changes on previous year National final expenditure Final consumption expenditures Households (%) GDP from the final expenditure Volume changes on previous year National final expenditure Final consumption expenditures General government (%) GDP from the final expenditure Price indices 2005 =100 National final expenditure Total gross national final expenditure (2005=100) GDP from the final expenditure Price indices 2005 =100 National final expenditure Changes in inventories (2005=100) GDP from the final expenditure Price indices 2005 =100 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Total (2005=100) GDP from the final expenditure Price indices 2005 =100 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure Households (2005=100) GDP from the final expenditure Price indices 2005 =100 National final expenditure Final consumption expenditure General government (2005=100)
2012* 548,989 3,074 443,908 273,294 170,614 495,488 5,599 394,790 245,801 148,749 -1.6 . -1.3 -1.6 -0.7 110.8 . 112.4 111.2 114.7
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


In the national accounts gross domestic product is approached from three points of view: from the output, from the generation of income and from the final expenditure. Gross domestic product is a main macroeconomic indicator. The volume change of gross domestic product is a measure for the economis growth of a country.

This table presents annual data on the output components, the final expenditure categories and the income components of gross domestic product of the Netherlands.

The above mentioned macroeconomic variables are presented in:

- Value at current prices, mln euro
- Value at prices of 2005, mln euro
- Volume changes on to previous year, %
- Price indices 2005 = 100

Data available from 1969 to 2012

Status of the figures:
The figures concerning 2011,2012 are (revised) provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.

Changes as of June 25th 2014:
None, this table is discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore. This table is replaced by table National Accounts; approaches of domestic product (GDP). See paragraph 3.

Description topics

GDP from the final expenditure
The approach of GDP from the final expenditure (final consumption
expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross), changes in inventories,
exports and imports).
Value at current prices
The amounts are expressed at prices of the reporting year concerned.
National final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Total gross national final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Final consumption expenditure
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Total
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Households
Final consumption expenditure by households including non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH).
General government
Final consumption expenditure by the sector general government.
Changes in inventories
Inventories consist of all raw materials, semi-manufactured goods, work in progress and final products, that producers have in stock at a certain moment.
Changes in work in progress are in general considered to be changes in inventories. However, work in progress in construction is seen as fixed capital formation of the client and not as changes in inventories of the construction industry. This concerns unfinished buildings and civil engineering works. Increases in inventories occur when goods are produced (or purchased) but not yet sold (or used) in the year under review. Decreases in inventories occur when goods are withdrawn from existing inventories in order to be sold or used in the production process.
The assessment of the changes in inventories is done in such way that gains or losses on inventories caused by price changes are avoided. With this objective the initial and final stock of each good is valued at the same price, namely raw materials at the average purchase price in the period, final products at average sales price and work in progress at the average cost price.
This valuation method prevents output and subsequently value added from being influenced by changes in prices of stocks during the period under review.
Value at prices of 2005
The amounts are expressed at prices of the reference year 2005.
National final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Total gross national final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Final consumption expenditure
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Total
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Households
Final consumption expenditure by households including non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH).
General government
Final consumption expenditure by the sector general government.
Changes in inventories
Inventories consist of all raw materials, semi-manufactured goods, work in progress and final products, that producers have in stock at a certain moment.
Changes in work in progress are in general considered to be changes in inventories. However, work in progress in construction is seen as fixed capital formation of the client and not as changes in inventories of the construction industry. This concerns unfinished buildings and civil engineering works. Increases in inventories occur when goods are produced (or purchased) but not yet sold (or used) in the year under review. Decreases in inventories occur when goods are withdrawn from existing inventories in order to be sold or used in the production process.
The assessment of the changes in inventories is done in such way that gains or losses on inventories caused by price changes are avoided. With this objective the initial and final stock of each good is valued at the same price, namely raw materials at the average purchase price in the period, final products at average sales price and work in progress at the average cost price.
This valuation method prevents output and subsequently value added from being influenced by changes in prices of stocks during the period under review.
Volume changes on previous year
The weighted average of the changes in the quantity and quality of the components of a certain goods or service transaction or balancing item, annual percentage changes.
National final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Total gross national final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Final consumption expenditures
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Total
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Households
Final consumption expenditure by households including non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH).
General government
Final consumption expenditure by the sector general government.
Changes in inventories
Inventories consist of all raw materials, semi-manufactured goods, work in progress and final products, that producers have in stock at a certain moment.
Changes in work in progress are in general considered to be changes in inventories. However, work in progress in construction is seen as fixed capital formation of the client and not as changes in inventories of the construction industry. This concerns unfinished buildings and civil engineering works. Increases in inventories occur when goods are produced (or purchased) but not yet sold (or used) in the year under review. Decreases in inventories occur when goods are withdrawn from existing inventories in order to be sold or used in the production process.
The assessment of the changes in inventories is done in such way that gains or losses on inventories caused by price changes are avoided. With this objective the initial and final stock of each good is valued at the same price, namely raw materials at the average purchase price in the period, final products at average sales price and work in progress at the average cost price.
This valuation method prevents output and subsequently value added from being influenced by changes in prices of stocks during the period under review.
Price indices 2005 =100
The weighted average of the price changes of the components of a certain variable. Deflators relative to the reference year 2005.
National final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Total gross national final expenditure
The total of final consumption expenditure, fixed capital formation (gross) and changes in inventories.
Final consumption expenditure
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Total
Final consumption expenditure consists of expenditure incurred by resident institutional units on goods and services that are used for the direct satisfaction of individual needs or wants or the collective needs of members of the community.
Final consumption expenditure may take place on the domestic territory or abroad. Final consumption expenditure exists only for households, non-profit institutions serving households and general government.
Households
Final consumption expenditure by households including non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH).
General government
Final consumption expenditure by the sector general government.
Changes in inventories
Inventories consist of all raw materials, semi-manufactured goods, work in progress and final products, that producers have in stock at a certain moment.
Changes in work in progress are in general considered to be changes in inventories. However, work in progress in construction is seen as fixed capital formation of the client and not as changes in inventories of the construction industry. This concerns unfinished buildings and civil engineering works. Increases in inventories occur when goods are produced (or purchased) but not yet sold (or used) in the year under review. Decreases in inventories occur when goods are withdrawn from existing inventories in order to be sold or used in the production process.
The assessment of the changes in inventories is done in such way that gains or losses on inventories caused by price changes are avoided. With this objective the initial and final stock of each good is valued at the same price, namely raw materials at the average purchase price in the period, final products at average sales price and work in progress at the average cost price.
This valuation method prevents output and subsequently value added from being influenced by changes in prices of stocks during the period under review.