State consumer spending

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The final consumption expenditure , including government consumption called, are an aggregate of the gross domestic product in the distribution statement of the national accounts . They are defined in detail in the ESA 2010 .

Part of the state's consumption expenditure is individual consumption :

  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Social security
  • Sport and recreation
  • Culture
  • economy and politics

as well as partially

  • Provision of housing
  • Household garbage and sewage disposal
  • Operation of transport networks

The remaining consumer spending of the state forms the collective consumption :

  • Administration of the company
  • Ensuring security and defense
  • Maintaining public order and legislation
  • Maintaining public health
  • environmental Protection
  • Research and Development
  • Infrastructure and business development