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 Measures of national income and output - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gross National Product (GNP) is the total value of final goods and services produced in a year by a country's nationals (including profits from capital held abroad).
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is the total value of final goods and services produced within a country's borders in a year.
Measures of national income and output are used in economics to estimate the value of goods and services produced in an economy. /wiki/Gross_National_Product

 gross national product
National income is equal to gross national product, minus an allowance for replacement of ageing capital stock.
It is measured as the gross domestic product plus income earned by domestic residents from foreign investments, minus income earned during the same period by foreign investors in the country’s domestic market.
GNP is usually assessed quarterly or yearly, and is defined as the total value of all goods and services produced by firms owned by the country concerned. /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0004095.html

 Glossary: N
It is equal to the balance on current account, national income and product accounts less capital transfers to the rest of the world (net).
Consists of the net operating surplus of private enterprises and the current surplus of government enterprises.
An indirect measure of the net acquisition of foreign assets by U.S. residents less the net acquisition of U.S. assets by foreign residents. /bea/glossary/glossary_n.htm

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - net national product
National income and gross national product for the year — estimated at $276,000,000,000 and $327,000,000,000, respectively — were 15 per cent above their previous highs, attained in 1950.
The gross national product and national income for the year — estimated at $259,000,000,000 and $222,000,000,000, respectively — were less than 2 per cent below the all-time highs attained in 1948 and substantially exceeded...
From the 1947 level of 231.6 billion dollars the gross national product rose to 253 billions, while the national income increased from 202.5 billion dollars to 224 billion. /net+national+product.html

 AmosWEB: GLOSS*arama: NNP
The abbreviation for net national product, which is the total market value of all final goods and services produced by citizens of an economy during a given period of time, usually a year, after adjusting for the depreciation of capital.
Net national product also has the same relation to gross national product that net domestic product has to gross domestic product.
Net national product has the same relation to net domestic product (NDP) as gross national product (GNP) has to gross domestic product (GDP). /cgi-bin/

 Measures of national income and output - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gross National Product (GNP) is the total value of final goods and services produced in a year by domestically owned factors of production.
Net National Income (NNI) is NNP minus indirect taxes
Measures of national income and output are used in economics to estimate the value of goods and services produced in an economy. /wiki/Gross_National_Product

Net National Product is the value obtained by deducting from the GNP the amortization corresponding to the depreciation due to ageing and depletion of constant capital goods utilized in the production.
National income, in other words; Net National Product at Factor Cost is the value obtained by deducting indirect taxes paid by all sector from the Net National Product and by adding subsidies granted by government to the producers as compensation of duty loss.
The production estimates of the Committee are pre-harvest figures.During or after the harvest there is some loss of output.SIS conducted a survey of agricultural products marketing covering the period of 1987-1988.Using the results of this survey some loss-ratios were estimated.In obtaining net production figures these ratios are employed. /TURKISH/SOZLUK/milhesi.htm

 News Release: Gross Domestic Product
GNP includes, and GDP excludes, net receipts of income from the rest of the world, which decreased $3.6 billion in the second quarter after increasing $2.4 billion in the first; in the second quarter, receipts increased $21.3 billion, and payments increased $24.9 billion.
Gross national product Real gross national product -- the goods and services produced by the labor and property supplied by U.S. residents -- increased 3.2 percent in the second quarter, compared with an increase of 3.9 percent in the first.
Gross domestic purchases Real gross domestic purchases-- purchases by U.S. residents of goods and services wherever produced -- increased 2.1 percent in the second quarter, compared with an increase of 4.0 percent in the first. /bea/newsrel/gdpnewsrelease.htm

 DEPweb: GNP per Capita Text 1
Gross national product (GNP) per capita is the dollar value of a country& final output of goods and services in a year, divided by its population.
Countries with a GNP per capita in 1998 of $9,361 or more are described as high income, between $761 and $9,360 as middle income, and $760 or less as low income.
Knowing a country& GNP per capita is a good first step toward understanding the country& economic strengths and needs, as well as the general standard of living enjoyed by the average citizen. /depweb/english/modules/economic/gnp

 Gross Domestic Product Statistics
Net National Product (NNP) : is the Gross National Product subtracted by the total depreciation of fixed capital goods utilize in the production process.
The net income from abroad constitutes all income of production factors (labour and capital) owned by residents and accrued from abroad minus similar payments made to non residents in abroad.
National Income (NI) : is the NNP at market prices minus Net Indirect Taxes (Indirect taxes minus subsidies). /sector/nra/gdp

 Gross Domestic Product
GDP is the primary measure of production in the System of National Accounts, the set of international guidelines for economic accounting that the U.S. economic accounts will be moving towards the mid 1990’s and virtually all other countries have already adopted GDP as their primary measure of production.
Production for final demand means production of goods and services that will not be used for further production in the same country and during the same time period.
GNP, however, continues to be a useful concept, as it refers to the income available to US residents as the result of contribution to production, it is related to their contribution to production it is appropriate for analyses related to sources and uses of income. /~araguram/Gdp-fin-saby.htm

 Net national product - finance
This is the most complete measure of productive activity by a country's nationals, though its accuracy suffers from the difficulty of measuring depreciation. /finance/net-national-product.html

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National income is called the National Income at factor cost because here the national income is calculated on the basis of the remuneration of factors of production.
Because, GNP is the measurement of the productivity of the economy of a particular period.
National income of the country can be defined as the total market value of all final goods and services produced in the economy in a year. /ReadArticle.asp?ArticleID=582

 Net National Saving
Net national saving can be divided into two components: saving done by the private sector and saving done by the government.
These figures are based on saving as officially measured in the national income and product accounts.
Net saving in the private sector can be further broken down into saving undertaken by corporations (that is, undistributed profits) and saving undertaken by households (that is, spending less than income). /Template.cfm?NavMenuID=24&template=/TaggedContent/ViewPublication.cfm&PublicationID=8918

NNP represents a difference between a gross national product and sum of the depreciation charges in national economy (see Amortization).
- one from generalizing statistical parameters used in the system of the national accounts.
See also: Parameters of the system of the national accounts /konkurs/luchenko/eng/base/chistiynacionalniyprodukt.htm

 The Gross National Product of War
Of the same tenor the thesis developed by the economists Edelberg, Eichenbaum and Fischer of Northwestern University in an essay that appeared on the university magazine: for every dollar given to the Pentagon, the Gross National Product increases by 3.5 dollars in four trimesters.
In another essay, two other economists, Valerie Ramey and Matthew Shapiro (Working Paper, No. 6283), hold that in periods of major increases in defense spending the government's choices can influence the formation of the Gross National Product in measures reaching 50%.
The second function is economic, unmentionable and hidden, of supporting production with the military public spending to face the recurrent crisis of overproduction and to avoid the collapse of income and occupation. /Italy/modugno-wargnp.htm

 Gross Domestic Product, by Lincoln Anderson: The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics: Library of Economics and Liberty
For the United States, GDP replaces gross national product (GNP) as the main measure of production.
Gross domestic product, the official measure of total output of goods and services in the U.S. economy, represents the capstone and grand summary of the world's best system of economic statistics.
But the GDP data show that the production of goods in the United States was rising rapidly after the 1982 recession and, by 1989, hit a ten-year high as a share of total GDP. /library/Enc/GrossDomesticProduct.html

 Gross National Product - GNP
GNP is a measure of a country's economic performance, or what its citizens produced (i.e. /terms/g/gnp.asp

 CityBeat: Gross National Product (2000-03-02)
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Gross has won too many awards to mention, and when it comes to conducting interesting and informative, well-researched interviews, she has few peers. /2000-03-02/tvradio.shtml

 Gross National Product - SourceWatch
Gross National Product (GNP) is the total market value of all the goods and services produced by a nation during a specified period, usually one year.
This is only the production of the country's citizens, home and abroad, as opposed to the GDP which is the goods produced within the country itself.
It is often cited by the financial press and economists as an excuse for various fiscal policy and money supply measures. /index.php?title=Gross_National_Product

 Gross National Product (GNP) - Definition
The difference is that GDP measures all production within the U.S., by whoever happens to be working here; GNP measures the production of all Americans, wherever they happen to be working.
Total output of the U.S. economy; see the definition of Gross Domestic Product for details.
GNP and GDP tend to be used as synonyms, although GDP is definitely the preferred measure among economists and is gaining popularity in general conversation as well; the two measures are fairly close numerically. /glossary/gnp.htm

 gross national product --  Encyclopædia Britannica
There are basically two ways of measuring national economic activity: as the money value of the total production of goods and services during a given period (usually a year) or as the total of incomes derived from economic activity after allowance has been made for capital consumption.
Although services such as tourism, restaurants, entertainment, and public administration contribute greatly to the gross national product, it is finance and trade that form the cornerstone of the service industry.
National income accounting is a set of measures used to gauge the health of a nation's economy for a given period. /eb/article-9038185

Since Gross National Product includes products and services produced by Canadians outside Canada, it is not necessarily a good measure of the Canadian economy.
Gross Domestic Product at factor cost is based on the cost of all the factors of production used, including the profits made.
The Gross Domestic Product is usually used to determine the growth rate of the economy. /0347/2e1.htm

 Nat' Academies Press, Assigning Economic Value to Natural Resources (1994)
Suppose two economies produce the same real net national product, with due allowance for depreciation of fixed capital, but one of them is wasteful of natural resources and casually allows its environment to deteriorate, while the other conserves resources and preserves the natural environment.
At each instant, net national product indicates the largest consumption level that can be allowed this year if future consumption is never to be allowed to decrease.
Properly defined and properly calculated, this year's net national product can always be regarded as this year's interest on society's total stock of capital. /openbook/0309051436/html/19.html

You will calculate and examine the growth of their real net national products, their labor forces, their real capital stocks, and their productivity.
The total factor productivity is calculated by subtracting from the growth rate of NNP the growth rates of labor and capital, each weighted by its average share in national income over the time interval in question.
(Gross National Product less Depreciation of capital stock.) For the UK this is measured in millions of pounds sterling,for Germany in millions of marks, and for France in millions of francs. /lneal/product1.htm

 Discussion Questions: What are satellite accounts
net national product (NNP)/net domestic product (NDP) the value obtained by subtracting the depreciation of humanmade capital from gross national product or gross domestic product.
net investment the process of adding to productive capital over time, calculated by subtracting depreciation from gross, or total, investment.
net receipts returns from the sale of a resource, equal to revenues minus production costs. /urmann/vocab_ch8.htm CD Review - National Product - S/T CD Review - National Product - S/T
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 Principles of Macroeconomics - Section 6: Main
To correct for this Net National Product (NNP) is used, which is defined as GDP minus depreciation.
The net result is a redistribution of spending from the private to the public sector in the long run and a reduction of beneficial international trade activity when trading partners retaliate with their own higher tariffs.
In this case growth is nonexistent (the production possibilities frontier is not expanding) and the inefficient use of the available resources (excess unemployment) is represented by economic production at a point within the production possibilities frontier. /Economics/courses/econ2020/section6/section6-main.html

 Indicators of SD: UN CSD Methodology Sheets - Net resource transfer/Gross National Product
Net long-term resource flows are defined as the sum of net resource flows on long- term debt (excluding International Monetary Fund (IMF)), that is disbursements less principal repayments, plus non-debt-creating flows.
Net resource transfers are net long-term resource flows less interest payments on long-term loans and profit remittances on foreign direct investment.
Foreign direct investment is defined as investment that is made to acquire a lasting management interest (usually 10% of voting stock) in an enterprise operating in a country other than that of the investor, the investor~s purpose being to have an effective voice in the management of the enterprise. /envind/un_meths/UN_ME066.htm

 Gross National Product from
GDP differs from gross national product in excluding inter-country income transfers, in effect attributing to a territory the product generated within it rather than the incomes received in it.
Product Table 9** Growth of real Gross Domestic Product Table 10** General Government Financial Balances as a percentage of Gross National Product Public expenditure Table 11 The Budget Economic Forecast Table 12 Total Managed Expenditure (TME), general government receipts and public sector...
Suppose that in the country of Betania, the real gross national product in 1987 was £1483 billion (1972 equals 100). /Gross-National-Product.html

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