Compendium of Supply and Use Tables for Selected Economies in Asia and the Pacific
A standard compilation of supply and use tables for 19 economies in Asia and the Pacific provided in this publication aims to assist compliance with the United Nations 2008 System of National Accounts (SNA) recommendations.
Supply and use tables (SUTs) are an integrated statistical estimation and economic analysis model that facilitates the compilation of more reliable, consistent, and internationally comparable estimates of key economic statistics such as gross domestic product. The improved and more detailed statistics are expected to provide a better basis for measuring economic output and growth; facilitating informed policy making; and monitoring progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), relating especially to poverty alleviation, economic growth, technological progress, and industrial and infrastructure development.
This publication outlines the relevant statistical and economic concepts, data compilation and development practices, project implementation strategies, and the results of the project. It also includes an abridged version of the SUTs of the 19 participating economies. The more detailed tables are available online through the ADB website.
- Supply and Use Tables and Basic Concepts: An Overview
- Addressing the Key Challenges in Compiling Supply and Use Tables
- Economy Reports: Data Sources and Methods for Supply and Use Table Compilation
- Supply and Use Tables, 22 x 13