NPISHNon Profit Institutions Serving Households (national accounts)
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This was followed by households including NPISH at 32.7 percent; 'Financial Corporations' at 8.3 percent; and 'General Government' at 7.5 percent.
*Table 2.9 (personal income by households and by nonprofit institutions serving households (NPISHs))
Information on the presence of NPISH within each industry group is available, allowing data users to estimate industry output and GDP share of nonprofits.
In principle, such a sector ought to include households and nonprofit institutions serving households (e.g., churches and charities, also called NPISH).
Among the statistics are quarterly financial accounts for households and nonprofit institutions serving households (NPISH), which are compiled in the database system FINSE (FINancial SEctor accounts).
Observed by expenditure aggregates, in the fourth quarter of 2012, compared to the same quarter of the previous year, all aggregates, except exports and imports of goods and services, recorded a real fall: the final consumption expenditure of households - 2.1%, the final consumption expenditure of non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH) - 6.0%, the final consumption expenditure of general government - 2.8% and gross fixed capital formation - 15.9%.
In its 2012 White Paper, the Welsh Government recognised the maturity of the FE sector in Wales and decided that FE colleges should retain the status they had had since 1993 - "not for profit institutions serving households" (NPISH).
Up to recently, many nations only reported data in their national accounts on nonprofit institutions serving households (NPISH).
Gross domestic product and components of expenditure billion [pounds sterling], 2015 prices Final consumption Gross capital expenditure formation Households General Gross fixed Changes in & NPISH (a) govt.
Back in 2010, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) decided that the degree of control which the Government is able to exert over the FE sector meant that, for national accounting purposes, the sector should be reclassified as "central government" - a significant change from the current snappily-entitled status - "non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH)" - essentially, an arm's-length body, regarded by the ONS as part of the private sector.