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Rocky Harris Defra UK. Chapter 6 Integrating and presenting the accounts. Objective. Need to have integrated accounts across 4 areas: Monetary and physical flows -> Input-output Linking asset stocks and flows Using sequence of accounts to produce depletion-adjusted aggregates

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Rocky HarrisDefra UK

Chapter 6

Integrating and presenting the accounts


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Objective

  • Need to have integrated accounts across 4 areas:

    • Monetary and physical flows -> Input-output

    • Linking asset stocks and flows

    • Using sequence of accounts to produce depletion-adjusted aggregates

    • EGSS/EPE/taxes etc as part of wider economy


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Chapter organisation

  • Integrating the accounts

    • Sequence of accounts, relationship with SNA

    • Organising the data

      • Disaggregation by sector, time etc

  • Combining monetary and physical data

    • Hybrid accounts

  • Presentation issues

    • Water, energy, air emissions

  • Indicators

    • Descriptive indicators, aggregates, ratio, initiatives


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Issues 6: Where and when

  • Some stuff is quite chapter specific

  • Some is application specific

  • But it’s what the SEEA is all about

    • Could put sequence into Chapter 2

    • Could put hybrid accounts into each chapter

    • Could put indicators into applications

    • Could drop presentation to implementation

  • Does it help to have everything brought together, even if it repeats some of what is in other chapters/volumes?


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Issues 1: Organisation within the SEEA framework

  • Worth having?

  • More on relationship with SNA? Could usefully have more on the full sequence of SNA accounts

  • Particularly asset accounts with SNA asset accounts?


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Issues 2: Organisation of accounting information

  • General principles about having time series, having consistent data, managing revisions all very well –> implementation manual, with other general principles e.g. timeliness?

  • Disaggregation by sector, geography – why not quarterly?

  • Are there different issues for different types of accounts -> better to cover in those chapters?


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Issues 3: Combining physical and monetary data

  • Worth having?

  • Some detailed points:

    • Purchase is not use; not all impacts relate to current production; production and impacts not always directly linked (e.g. flaring)

    • Combined energy and emissions?

    • Warnings about volume terms not necessarily reflecting value changes because of quality changes?


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Issues 4: Presenting combined physical and monetary accounts

  • Energy

  • Water

  • Air emissions

    Discussion in relevant parts of each chapter? Better to link them together – especially links between energy use and emissions?


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Issues 5: SEEA indicators

This section covers:

  • Descriptive statistics

  • Natural resource aggregates and indicators (MFA indicators fall into this category, but need caveats)

  • Indicators of financing and cost recovery

  • Environmental ratio indicators

  • SEEA and international initiatives

    Any others? How does it fit with general nature of Volume 1?


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Issues 6: Where and when

  • Some stuff is quite chapter specific

  • Some is application specific

  • But it’s what the SEEA is all about

    • Could put sequence into Chapter 2

    • Could put hybrid accounts into each chapter

    • Could put indicators into applications

    • Could drop presentation to implementation

  • Does it help to have everything in brought together, even if it repeats some of what is in other chapters/volumes?


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