Regional accounts; production structure 1995-2011

Regional accounts; production structure 1995-2011

Economic sectors (SIC 2008) Regions Periods Output (basic prices) (mln euro) Intermediate consumption (mln euro) Gross value added (mln euro) Compensation of employees (mln euro) Taxes, not product-related (mln euro) Subsidies, not product-related (mln euro) Gross operating surplus (mln euro) Labour input of employed persons (1000 fte's) Labour input of employees (1000 fte's)
O-Q Government and care The Netherlands 2011** 176,169 56,963 119,206 90,366 761 1,714 29,793 1,800.5 1,724.9
O-Q Government and care North Netherlands (LD) 2011** 17,889 5,720 12,170 9,169 76 193 3,118 185.5 178.2
O-Q Government and care East Netherlands (LD) 2011** 35,804 11,158 24,647 18,560 153 345 6,279 375.8 360.3
O-Q Government and care West Netherlands (LD) 2011** 86,446 28,700 57,744 44,180 378 827 14,012 871.1 833.5
O-Q Government and care South Netherlands (LD) 2011** 35,344 11,138 24,206 18,096 150 346 6,305 363.4 348.2
O-Q Government and care Extra-region (LD) 2011** 687 247 440 361 3 2 78 4.8 4.8
O-Q Government and care Groningen (PV) 2011** 6,913 2,202 4,711 3,568 30 81 1,195 70.2 67.6
O-Q Government and care Friesland (PV) 2011** 6,464 2,087 4,377 3,299 27 68 1,117 67.0 64.4
O-Q Government and care Drenthe (PV) 2011** 4,513 1,430 3,082 2,303 19 44 805 48.3 46.2
O-Q Government and care Overijssel (PV) 2011** 11,972 3,666 8,305 6,184 50 128 2,200 124.9 120.6
O-Q Government and care Flevoland (PV) 2011** 3,019 990 2,028 1,501 14 24 538 30.1 28.6
O-Q Government and care Gelderland (PV) 2011** 20,812 6,500 14,313 10,876 89 193 3,540 220.7 211.1
O-Q Government and care Utrecht (PV) 2011** 15,496 5,088 10,408 7,757 68 149 2,734 150.4 143.1
O-Q Government and care Noord-Holland (PV) 2011** 28,349 9,223 19,125 14,842 124 268 4,425 297.1 282.6
O-Q Government and care Zuid-Holland (PV) 2011** 39,017 13,296 25,721 19,874 171 374 6,050 388.5 374.1
O-Q Government and care Zeeland (PV) 2011** 3,583 1,093 2,489 1,706 15 36 803 35.1 33.7
O-Q Government and care Noord-Brabant (PV) 2011** 24,106 7,575 16,531 12,421 103 223 4,230 249.8 239.2
O-Q Government and care Limburg (PV) 2011** 11,238 3,563 7,674 5,675 48 124 2,076 113.6 109.0
O-Q Government and care Oost-Groningen (CR) 2011** 1,162 365 797 598 5 10 205 12.6 12.1
O-Q Government and care Delfzijl e.o. (CR) 2011** 368 108 260 182 2 3 80 3.9 3.8
O-Q Government and care Overig Groningen (CR) 2011** 5,386 1,730 3,655 2,788 23 67 911 53.6 51.7
O-Q Government and care Noord-Friesland (CR) 2011** 3,933 1,363 2,571 2,014 17 40 580 39.6 38.3
O-Q Government and care Zuidwest-Friesland (CR) 2011** 758 224 534 368 3 9 171 7.9 7.5
O-Q Government and care Zuidoost-Friesland (CR) 2011** 1,772 500 1,271 916 7 19 367 19.5 18.6
O-Q Government and care Noord-Drenthe 2011** 2,225 723 1,502 1,154 8 16 355 25.7 24.8
O-Q Government and care Zuidoost-Drenthe (CR) 2011** 1,135 348 787 553 5 14 242 10.6 9.9
O-Q Government and care Zuidwest-Drenthe (CR) 2011** 1,153 359 794 595 5 12 207 12.0 11.5
O-Q Government and care Noord-Overijssel (CR) 2011** 4,392 1,382 3,010 2,277 18 48 762 45.5 44.1
O-Q Government and care Zuidwest-Overijssel (CR) 2011** 1,309 391 918 658 5 16 271 13.8 13.2
O-Q Government and care Twente (CR) 2011** 6,272 1,893 4,378 3,249 26 64 1,167 65.6 63.3
O-Q Government and care Veluwe (CR) 2011** 7,716 2,472 5,245 4,017 33 55 1,249 80.2 77.7
O-Q Government and care Achterhoek (CR) 2011** 3,148 943 2,205 1,715 13 31 509 36.5 34.6
O-Q Government and care Aggl. Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2011** 8,507 2,659 5,847 4,482 36 93 1,423 89.8 85.6
O-Q Government and care Zuidwest-Gelderland (CR) 2011** 1,442 425 1,016 662 7 13 361 14.2 13.2
O-Q Government and care Utrecht (CR) 2011** 15,496 5,088 10,408 7,757 68 149 2,734 150.4 143.1
O-Q Government and care Kop van Noord-Holland (CR) 2011** 3,683 1,168 2,515 1,949 17 21 570 38.5 36.9
O-Q Government and care Alkmaar en omgeving (CR) 2011** 2,713 922 1,792 1,387 12 25 420 27.5 26.3
O-Q Government and care IJmond (CR) 2011** 1,306 380 927 733 6 13 201 15.5 14.8
O-Q Government and care Agglomeratie Haarlem (CR) 2011** 2,327 810 1,517 1,159 10 21 369 24.0 22.6
O-Q Government and care Zaanstreek (CR) 2011** 1,090 340 749 516 5 10 240 10.9 10.3
O-Q Government and care Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2011** 15,006 4,914 10,091 7,954 66 151 2,223 155.8 148.6
O-Q Government and care Het Gooi en Vechtstreek (CR) 2011** 2,222 688 1,534 1,144 9 25 406 24.8 23.2
O-Q Government and care Agglomeratie Leiden en Bollenstreek (CR) 2011** 4,612 1,457 3,155 2,476 20 58 717 49.0 47.1
O-Q Government and care Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2011** 12,735 5,015 7,719 6,344 57 83 1,401 120.4 116.6
O-Q Government and care Delft en Westland (CR) 2011** 2,269 686 1,582 1,196 10 17 393 22.1 21.2
O-Q Government and care Oost-Zuid-Holland (CR) 2011** 2,345 706 1,639 1,238 10 19 410 26.1 24.9
O-Q Government and care Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2011** 13,385 4,315 9,069 6,846 58 146 2,312 135.4 130.2
O-Q Government and care Zuidoost-Zuid-Holland (CR) 2011** 3,671 1,115 2,556 1,774 16 50 817 35.6 34.1
O-Q Government and care Zeeuwsch-Vlaanderen (CR) 2011** 828 255 573 427 3 14 157 8.5 8.1
O-Q Government and care Overig Zeeland (CR) 2011** 2,754 839 1,915 1,280 12 22 646 26.6 25.6
O-Q Government and care West-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2011** 5,931 1,877 4,054 2,973 25 61 1,116 61.1 58.5
O-Q Government and care Midden-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2011** 4,850 1,564 3,286 2,505 21 41 802 49.2 47.5
O-Q Government and care Noordoost-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2011** 6,053 1,924 4,129 3,094 25 50 1,060 63.1 60.1
O-Q Government and care Zuidoost-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2011** 7,272 2,209 5,062 3,851 32 70 1,251 76.4 73.1
O-Q Government and care Noord-Limburg (CR) 2011** 2,379 714 1,665 1,229 9 20 447 24.7 23.6
O-Q Government and care Midden-Limburg (CR) 2011** 2,313 729 1,585 1,069 10 22 527 22.1 21.2
O-Q Government and care Zuid-Limburg (CR) 2011** 6,545 2,121 4,425 3,377 28 81 1,102 66.7 64.3
O-Q Government and care Flevoland (CR) 2011** 3,019 990 2,028 1,501 14 24 538 30.1 28.6
O-Q Government and care Utrecht-West (CP) 2011** 855 247 607 405 4 8 207 8.4 7.8
O-Q Government and care Stadsgewest Amersfoort (CP) 2011** 3,144 1,008 2,137 1,596 13 25 552 31.7 30.0
O-Q Government and care Stadsgewest Utrecht (CP) 2011** 9,994 3,300 6,695 5,015 45 109 1,744 95.1 90.9
O-Q Government and care Zuidoost-Utrecht (CP) 2011** 1,504 532 971 742 6 7 230 15.2 14.4
O-Q Government and care Amsterdam (CP) 2011** 11,494 3,851 7,645 6,239 51 118 1,470 119.0 114.3
O-Q Government and care Overig Agglomeratie Amsterdam (CP) 2011** 1,197 369 828 554 5 11 279 11.7 10.8
O-Q Government and care Edam-Volendam e.o. (CP) 2011** 946 285 660 463 3 10 204 10.4 9.8
O-Q Government and care Haarlemmermeer e.o. (CP) 2011** 1,368 409 959 698 7 13 269 14.7 13.7
O-Q Government and care Aggl. 's-Gravenhage ex. Zoeterm. (CP) 2011** 11,618 4,625 6,995 5,779 52 76 1,238 108.7 105.4
O-Q Government and care Zoetermeer (CP) 2011** 1,117 391 725 564 5 7 164 11.7 11.1
O-Q Government and care Rijnmond (CP) 2011** 12,518 4,050 8,469 6,415 54 141 2,141 125.6 121.1
O-Q Government and care Overig Groot-Rijnmond (CP) 2011** 867 265 601 431 4 4 171 9.8 9.1
O-Q Government and care Drechtsteden (CP) 2011** 2,464 757 1,707 1,192 10 30 536 23.8 22.9
O-Q Government and care Overig Zuidoost-Zuid-Holland (CP) 2011** 1,206 358 849 582 5 19 281 11.8 11.2
O-Q Government and care Stadsgewest 's-Hertogenbosch (CP) 2011** 3,610 1,192 2,420 1,836 15 29 598 36.5 34.8
O-Q Government and care Overig Noordoost-Noord-Brabant (CP) 2011** 2,441 733 1,709 1,257 11 21 461 26.6 25.3
O-Q Government and care Almere (CP) 2011** 1,235 363 872 636 6 10 241 12.7 12.0
O-Q Government and care Flevoland-Midden (CP) 2011** 1,377 512 864 666 6 10 202 13.2 12.6
O-Q Government and care Noordoostpolder en Urk (CP) 2011** 406 114 292 198 3 4 96 4.2 4.1
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


Regional accounts are consistent with National Accounts, except for differences due to rounding, and also with Eurostat's European System of National and Regional Accounts 1995 (ESA 1995).
The new Standard industrial classification 2008 (SIC 2008) is used in the National and Regional Accounts of the Netherlands. This code is based on the European classification Nomenclature générale des Activités économiques dans la Communauté Européenne (NACE Rev. 2) which is used in all Member States of the European Union.
It is in use for the year 2008 onwards.

Predecessor of the SIC 2008 was the SIC '93 Which was used by Statistics Netherlands from 1993 onwards.

The amounts in this publication are in current prices only.

Data available from: 1995 to 2011

Status of the figures:
The data from 2010 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 2015:
None, this table has been discontinued as of February 13th, 2015 and will be continued as Regional accounts; production process, economic activity (sic 2008), region. See paragraph 3.

When will new figures be published?
Not, this table has been discontinued.

Description topics

Output (basic prices)
Output covers the value of all goods produced for sale, including unsold
goods, and all receipts for services rendered.
Output furthermore covers the market equivalent of goods and services
produced for own use, such as own account capital formation, services of
owner-occupied dwellings and agricultural products produced by farmers for
own consumption. The output of such goods is estimated by valuing the
quantities produced against the price that the producer would have
received if these goods had been sold.
Output is valued at basic prices, defined as the price received by the
producer excluding trade and transport margins and the balance of taxes
and subsidies on products.
This is the price the producer is ultimately left with.
Intermediate consumption
Intermediate consumption includes all goods and services used up in the
production process in the accounting period, regardless the date of
purchase. This includes for example fuel, raw materials, semi
manufactured goods, communication services, cleansing services and
audits by accountants. Intermediate consumption is valued at purchasers'
prices, excluding deductible VAT.
For companies which do not need to charge VAT on their sales, the VAT
paid by their purchases is non-deductible.
It is therefore recorded as a component of intermediate consumption.
Gross value added
Value added at basic prices by industry is equal to the difference
between output (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.
Taxes, not product-related
Taxes on production paid by producers, not related to the value or volume
of the products produced or transacted. Examples are real estate tax
and sewerage charges paid by producers.
Subsidies, not product-related
Subsidies on production paid to producers, not related to the value or
volume of products domestically produced or transacted. These are
mainly wage subsidies.
Gross operating surplus
The gross operating surplus by industry is the balance that remains
after deducting from the value added (basic prices) the compensation
of employees and the balance of not product-related taxes and
not product-related subsidies on production.
The operating surplus of family enterprises is called mixed income,
because it also contains compensation for work by the owners and their
family members.
On the level of the total economy operating surplus is computed by
adding to the total of the industries the difference imputed and
paid VAT.
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.