Income accounts sector households, region; national accounts 1995-2015

Income accounts sector households, region; national accounts 1995-2015

Regions Periods Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Resources Mixed income (net) (million euros) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Resources Mixed income (net) (euro)
Nederland 2015* 38,546 2,270
Noord-Nederland (LD) 2015* 4,118 2,397
Oost-Nederland (LD) 2015* 8,275 2,309
West-Nederland (LD) 2015* 18,788 2,330
Zuid-Nederland (LD) 2015* 7,365 2,037
Groningen (PV) 2015* 1,414 2,423
Friesland (PV) 2015* 1,611 2,493
Drenthe (PV) 2015* 1,093 2,237
Overijssel (PV) 2015* 2,526 2,207
Flevoland (PV) 2015* 1,063 2,630
Gelderland (PV) 2015* 4,686 2,302
Utrecht (PV) 2015* 3,103 2,437
Noord-Holland (PV) 2015* 7,403 2,658
Zuid-Holland (PV) 2015* 7,304 2,016
Zeeland (PV) 2015* 978 2,566
Noord-Brabant (PV) 2015* 5,543 2,218
Limburg (PV) 2015* 1,821 1,632
Source: CBS.
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Table description


This table the Regional accounts; transactions of the sector households, describes the primary and secondary income distribution of the section households. The transactions within the primary and secondary income distribution are breakdown by resources and uses (earnings and expenses).

Data available from: 1995 up to and including 2015.

Status of the figures:
Data from 1995 up to and including 2014 are final, data of 2015 are provisional. Since this table has been discontinued, data of 2015 will not become final.

Changes as of January 18th 2019:
None. This table has been discontinued.
Statistics Netherlands has carried out a revision of the national accounts. New statistical sources and estimation methods have been used during the revision. Therefore this table has been replaced by table Income accounts of the sector households, region; National Accounts. For further information see section 3.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.

Description topics

Transactions in million euros
Amounts in million euros.
Primary distribution of income account
The allocation of primary income account describes the distribution of value added over all participants (i.e. the suppliers of the production factors labour and capital) in the production process. It is shown how wages and salaries of employees end up at those households to which they belong. This provides a statistical description on how the labour market (where individual employees are active) is related to different households groups. This information opens the door to further research on the dependence of the different household groups on demand and compensation of the different kinds of labour.
Resources
Transactions received.
Mixed income (net)
Net mixed income is the operating surplus (excluding consumption of fixed capital) that remains after deducting from the value added at basic prices the compensation of employees and the balance of other taxes and 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. Operating surplus also consists, in the case of households, of the operating surplus from housing services produced for own consumption by owner-occupiers.
Transactions per capita
The compilations of the per capita data is based on the total value per household type divided by the number of persons of that household type per region.
Primary distribution of income account
The allocation of primary income account describes the distribution of value added over all participants (i.e. the suppliers of the production factors labour and capital) in the production process. It is shown how wages and salaries of employees end up at those households to which they belong. This provides a statistical description on how the labour market (where individual employees are active) is related to different households groups. This information opens the door to further research on the dependence of the different household groups on demand and compensation of the different kinds of labour.
Resources
Transactions received.
Mixed income (net)
Net mixed income is the operating surplus (excluding consumption of fixed capital) that remains after deducting from the value added at basic prices the compensation of employees and the balance of other taxes and 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. Operating surplus also consists, in the case of households, of the operating surplus from housing services produced for own consumption by owner-occupiers.