Public corporations; liabilities, controlling government sectorFigures
Debt of financial or other (loss or profit making) corporations by controlling government subsector.
The national archiveOther
Archive from the central government managed by the national keeper of archives.
A public body established by law, like central government, provinces and water boards.
Social provisions benefitsOther
Benefits paid to households by central and local government, not financed by premiums.
Taxes on production and importsOther
Compulsory payments, in money or kind, imposed by the national government or institutions of the European Union or by foreign governments because of the production of goods and services, employing people...
All ministries (including all services that are part of the organisation), budget funds and agencies.
The issuing of securities (stocks and bonds) by companies or government to attract new funds.
Government; expenditure on education and student grants, loans since 1900Figures
Government expenditure on education Per education sector, on student grants, loans and allowance, % GDP
Compulsory payments, without direct quid pro quo, imposed by the national government or institutions of the European Union or by foreign governments (1) because of the production of goods and services,...
Social security benefits paid in cashOther
Income transfers by government to households on the basis of social insurance financed by specific premiums.
Economic category (government finance)Other
A group of economic transactions by kind. The breakdown is made for the statistical description of economic processes.
Provinces, municipalities, water boards and public corporate organisations and the communal arrangements based on the Wet Gemeenschappelijke Regelingen.
GDP, output and expenditures; changes, Quarterly National AccountsFigures
Production, expenditures, income and external economic transactions. Value, volume and price changes
Official interest rates as determined by the European Central Bank (ECB) or the government and interest rates on the money market.
Government body responsible for enforcing legal order, combatting crime and unsafety, including detecting punishable acts, and providing assistance to those who require it.
Companies in all sectors except government, health care and welfare, renting of and trade in real estate and mineral extraction.
Government; debt guarantees, off-balance PPP, non-performing loansFigures
one-off and standardised guarantees, adjusted capital value of off balance sheet public private partnerships, government sectors.
Imputed capital transfersOther
Contributions by the government meant to increase the pension schemes reserves are recorded as other capital transfers of the government to pension funds. Subsequently these amounts are imputed to households...
Key figures by sector; National AccountsFigures
Sector accounts; key figures Most important figures of institutional sectors
Actual individual consumptionOther
All expenditure on goods and services to satisfy individual human needs directly. This may be resident household or government spending.
Consumption by the governmentOther
The use of goods and services for the direct satisfaction of individual or collective needs of members of society.
Compulsory, non-periodical payments to the government. They are based on the wealth of taxable persons. In practise, they only cover the inheritance tax.
Collective labour agreement sector private companiesOther
The collective labour agreement (CAO in Dutch) sector consisting of private companies not belonging to the subsidised corporations or government sector.