Country: Germany
< < >-< OECD.Stat
Open all groups and itemsClose all groups and itemsSend link via emailPrintOpen in stand alone windowClose this window
Click to expand Source
Click to collapse Source
Click to expand Direct source
Click to collapse Direct source

Data compiled by the Statistisches Bundesamt, Wiesbaden and provided to the OECD by Eurostat.

Click to expand Concepts & Classifications
Click to collapse Concepts & Classifications
Click to expand Key statistical concept
Click to collapse Key statistical concept

From September 2014, these national accounts estimates are compiled according to the 2008 SNA ('System of National Accounts 2008', Commission of the European Communities-Eurostat, International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations and World Bank, 2009).

Detailed methodology of the German national accounts could be found in the Bundesamt website:

German national accounts methodology

The financial intermediation services indirectly measured (FISIM) are allocated to industries and institutional sectors.

Original chain constant price estimates are referenced to 2010.

The statistics for Germany in this publication refer to Germany after unification. Official data for Germany after unification are available only from 1991 onwards. In order to calculate the various zones totals, the secretariat has estimated data for the whole of Germany back to 1970 by linking in 1991 the data for Germany to historical data for West Germany according to SNA 1993 published in September 2006 by the Statistisches Bundesamt.

Click to expand Other Aspects
Click to collapse Other Aspects
Click to expand Other comments
Click to collapse Other comments
Germany (code DEU) was created 3 October 1990 by the accession of the Democratic Republic of Germany (code DDR) to the then Federal Republic of Germany (code DEW).
Country: GermanyDirect source

Data compiled by the Statistisches Bundesamt, Wiesbaden and provided to the OECD by Eurostat.

Key statistical concept

From September 2014, these national accounts estimates are compiled according to the 2008 SNA ('System of National Accounts 2008', Commission of the European Communities-Eurostat, International Monetary Fund, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations and World Bank, 2009).

Detailed methodology of the German national accounts could be found in the Bundesamt website:

German national accounts methodology

The financial intermediation services indirectly measured (FISIM) are allocated to industries and institutional sectors.

Original chain constant price estimates are referenced to 2010.

The statistics for Germany in this publication refer to Germany after unification. Official data for Germany after unification are available only from 1991 onwards. In order to calculate the various zones totals, the secretariat has estimated data for the whole of Germany back to 1970 by linking in 1991 the data for Germany to historical data for West Germany according to SNA 1993 published in September 2006 by the Statistisches Bundesamt.

GermanyOther comments
Germany (code DEU) was created 3 October 1990 by the accession of the Democratic Republic of Germany (code DDR) to the then Federal Republic of Germany (code DEW).