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Volume measures of education in the Norwegian National Accounts. Education in Norwegian National Accounts. Four industries in NACE education : Local government educational services Central government educational services Private NPISH Private educational services, market producers.

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Education in Norwegian National Accounts Accounts

Four industries in NACE education:

  • Local government educational services

  • Central government educational services

  • Private NPISH

  • Private educational services, market producers


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Data sources for education Accounts

  • Primary and lower secondary education

    • The information system for primary and lower secondary education (GSI – Grunnskolenes informasjonssystem)

    • KOSTRA "Municipality-State-Reporting ”

  • Upper secondary education

    • KOSTRA "Municipality-State-Reporting ”

  • Tertiary education

    • The database for statistics on higher education (DBH)

  • Adult education

    • The information system for primary and lower secondary education


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Primary and lower secondary education Accounts

  • Education is given in ordinary and special schools. Costs per pupil are much higher in special schools.

  • The volume indicator is the number of pupil hours

    • number of hours spent at being thought

  • The volume indicator is weighted by the adjusted gross operating expenditure from the previous year


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Upper secondary education Accounts

  • General theoretical education and vocational training divided into 15 courses

  • For education provided by the county authorities volume measures are based on full year equivalents for each course

    • a convertion of the number of pupils in proportion to the share of the course they are attending

    • weighted by the adjusted gross operating expenditure at course level from the previous year

  • Volume indices for central government and private NPISH are based on number of pupils


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Tertiary education Accounts

  • Tertiary education consists of courses at universities and university colleges.

  • Number of students by institution are used as volume indicator. Each universitity is further stratified by groups of faculties according to unit costs.

  • For universities and state university colleges cost data on institution and faculty level are available and used to weight the volume indicator.


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Adult education Accounts

  • Volume indicies are based on teacher hours

    • the total amount of teaching hours offered by the teachers during one school year

  • We assume the same volume growth for market producers and NPISH due to lack of data

  • Production in current prices is dominated by the local government and market producers (adult education associations)


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Aggregated volume indicies by industry Accounts

  • In 2003 output method gives lower volume growth in all industries except for NPISH

  • In 2004 output method gives higher volume growth in local goverment and for the market producers


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Concluding remarks Accounts

  • Further evaluation of our calculation methods and data sources

  • Statistics Norway is developing detailed account statistics for NPISH providing educational services

  • In the longer term introduce quality adjustment in the calculations of the volume indicators


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