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In particular, imputed rents are estimated for owner-occupied dwellings. 9 below. Imputation, in efTect, involves the creation of a piece of double-entry book-keeping. On the income side, the imputed value ofminers' coal is added to employment income and imputed rent for owner-occupied dwellings to rent income. On the output side, the items are crossclassified to the relevant industry, here coalmining and an industry given the label 'ownership of dwellings'. The other entry in the invented piece of book-keeping is on the expenditure side.
An example is food and c10thing supplied to the armed forces, in income under employment income and in the residual category on the expenditure side. Adescription ofthe coverage of employment income must, therefore, include references to income in kind and to national insurance and pension schemes. Suitably abbreviated, the definition of the Blue Book is: wages and salaries, before deduction of income tax or insurance contributions, plus income in kind less expenses of employment; pay in cash and kind of HM Forces; employers' contributions to the national insurance scheme and to superannuation and other pension funds.
We can conclude with abrief recapitulation and amplification of the components of GDP at factor cost shown in Fig. 5. 8). 2 Including employers' contributions to national insurance etc. (2. 9). 4 Mining, manufacturing, construction, gas, electricity and water. 5 Public administration, defence, public health and education. 7). n FIG. 5 GDP at factor cost 1978 starts with what is by far the largest component: employment income in the form ofwages, salaries and pay ofHM Forces. 7 below). Aseparate figure can be got for HM Forces pay but it is no longer practicable to distinguish wages from salaries.
An Introduction to National Accounts Statistics by R. Allen