The Department of Synthesis and National Accounts has been developing research projects associated with economic measurement that complement the information normally presented. Given the importance of some of these studies and their contribution to macroeconomic research, they have been made available to the public
|Methodology for Enclave: Illicit crops. Agricultural and industrial stages, Base 2005 (Series 2000-2010Pr)|
Information 2015 preliminar
|2014 preliminar||Technical Bulletin||Presentation||Supply and Use Matrix||Components of Supply and Use|
Updated Jiune 14-2018
The labor matrix aims to provide information with respect to labor factor in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). It gives economic coherence regarding the variables of production, value added, compensation of employees and mixed income from national accounts. It also allows sizing unobserved economic activities in cases when hardly any statistical and / or accounting data is available. In the 2005 base year of national accounts, employment matrix allowed to adjust production thus achieving the consistency between employment and added value. For the years 2010, 2011 and 2012, a special emphasis was made on generating disaggregated indicators between women and men. Matrices of employment and macroeconomic indicators allow to highlight the technical and economic relations of production activities.
|Base 2005 Historic Information
|Methodological document for Labor matrix|
|2015p||Technical Bulletin||----||Presentation||Labor Matrix 2010 - 2015 p|
|2014||Technical Bulletin||----||Presentation||Labor Matrix 2010 - 2014p|
|2013||Technical Bulletin||Press Release||Presentation||Labor Matrix 2010 - 2013p|
|2005||Labor Matrix - 2005|
Information 2013 def - 2014 prov
With the information contained in this matrix, users are able to analyze the composition of domestic demand by source (domestic and imported) and also build input-output matrices( Leontief type) which are derived from domestic production multipliers , used as an instrument of economic projection.
|2013p||Technical Bulletin||Press Release||Presentation||Matrix of national and imported goods|
Information 2015 pro
The changes in base year break methodological and statistical continuity, altering the size of the macroeconomic aggregates by not allowing comparability between sets obtained from different bases. As a result, it is necessary to rework the results of previous bases, introducing changes in the new database, using statistical techniques of backward projection of series, to facilitate historical comparability of macroeconomic aggregates that allow unify their analysis and conceptual and statistical content.