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CLASSIFICATION OF OUTLAYS OF PRODUCERS BY PURPOSE (COPP)

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French Equivalent: Classification des dépenses des producteurs par fonction (COPP)

Definition:
The classification of outlays of producers by purpose (COPP) is used to classify expenditures by producers (intermediate consumption, compensation of employees, etc) by purpose (e.g. outlays on repair and maintenance or outlays on sales promotion).

Context:
The SNA uses special classifications to analyse consumption, or more generally outlays, by different sectors according to the purpose for which the expenditure is undertaken. Such classifications are referred to as functional classifications. The classifications concerned are:
a. Classification Of Individual COnsumption by Purpose (COICOP);
b. Classification Of the Functions Of Government (COFOG);
c. Classification Of the Purposes of Non-profit Institutions serving households (COPNI);
d. Classification of Outlays of Producers by Purpose (COPP).

Source Publication:
SNA 18.13
System of National Accounts (SNA), 2008, 29.9.

Cross References:
Classification of individual consumption by purpose (COICOP)
Classification of the functions of government (COFOG)
Classification of the purposes of non-profit institutions (COPNI)

Hyperlink:
http://unstats.un.org/unsd/nationalaccount/docs/SNA2008.pdf

Classification Indicator: Classification

Statistical Theme: Classifications

Created on Tuesday, September 25, 2001

Last updated on Tuesday, April 09, 2013