Government Finance Statistics Yearbook, 2002
International Monetary Fund, Jan 13, 2003 - Finance, Public - 600 pages
Detailed annual data for Fund member governments are supplied on revenue income by source (tax, lending, bonds, etc.), and expenditure by sector (defense, education, health, etc.) for all levels of government (national, state, local). Topics covered include deficit/surplus or total financing, revenues or grants, expenditures, lending minus repayments, domestic financing, foreign financing, domestic debt or total debt, and foreign debt. The Yearbook provides data on budgetary operations, extra-budgetary operations, social security, and consolidated financial operations of central governments. A section of the Government Finance Statistics Yearbook is devoted to a cross-country comparison of data.
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31 Central government 33 Net incurrence 63 Liabilities acquisition of financial ASSETS AND LIABILITIES BALANCE SHEET Buildings and structures capital gains Cash surplus/deficit 1-2-31 central govemment tables Central Government Units Compensation of employees Cronos December 31 Central ECONOMIC FLOWS Ending December 31 equipment Other fixed European Union Eurostat EXPENSE BY ECONOMIC extrabudgetary Fixed assets Buildings GDP General govemment GDP per capita govemment data govemment expense govemment liabilities govemment outlays govemment revenue govemment tables cover govemment tax revenue govemment units government 1998 Government Units Covered Gross Domestic Product incurrence of liabilities Inventories Valuables Nonproduced Millions of Euros Miscellaneous and unidentified Miscellaneous other expense operations of units outflows from investments OUTLAYS BY FUNCTIONS payroll and workforce revenue General govemment social security funds STATEMENT OF SOURCES stock of cash structures Machinery tables cover operations Taxes on payroll Total Outlays trade and transactions TRANSACTIONS IN ASSETS tumover taxes unidentified revenue Voluntary transfers worth Nonfinancial assets