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By A. Vanoli

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ISBN-13: 9781586034696

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A presentation and discussion of the first British accounts of 1941, making use of reactions collected at that time, is found in Oleg Arkhipoff’s Introduction a la comptabilite nationale. Q u ’est-ce que I ’economie nationale? [Introduction to National Accounting. ] (Ellipses, coll. “Marketing”, 1995, pp. 44-48). In addition to Studenski, many references are to be found in Carson and Patinkin. In the Zoltan Kenessey book already mentioned, The Accounts o f Nations, there are numerous references to Fisher, Copeland, Martin and other American authors.

The link between the accounts of each sub-sector is sometimes a complex issue. For instance, for productive enterprises, the surplus o f the appropriation account enters the reserve account and then, once combined with the net financial transactions, passes on to the capital account. Another case is that of realised net capital gains, recorded only for business enterprises, which appear in the reserve account, and are transferred to the appropriation account, from where they return to their point o f origin as part o f the net result of this account, finally to be sent to the capital account with the other financing means.

But this still remains a personal initiative; in 1904, when he leaves, these estimates cease. Finally, Canada seems to be the first country where, in 1925, the regular elaboration and publication of the estimates of national income become the official responsibility o f a government agency, bringing symbolically to an end the heroic period, although it will still persist for several decades in other countries. 2. 1930-1945: The fifteen-year transition towards a system of national accounts In summary, the first centuries left a twofold legacy: first, a concept, that of national income according to payments to factors (labor income, several forms of property and entrepreneurial income), without considering depreciation, that is net of what will later be called consumption of fixed capital; and second, multiple attempts at its estimation.

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