PESA provides a range of information about public spending, using two Treasury-defined frameworks, so that PESA largely contains different presentations of two date sets. Chapters cover: departmental budgets; economic analyses of budgets; changes in departmental budgets; trends in public sector expenditure; public sector expenditure by function, sub-function and economic category; central government own expenditure; local government financing and expenditure; public corporations; public expenditure by country, region and function; public expenditure by country and sub-function. Various annexes supplement the analysis, including: sources, data quality and conventions; population numbers and GDP inflators.Table 3.8 Total Managed Expenditure 2012-13; changes since PESA 2012 Ap million Transfers and Other classification changes ;%a#39;3\_ Plans in changes since since i PESA 2012 PESA 2012 PESA 2012 Outturn CURRENT EXPENDITURE Resource DEL Total resea#39;ria#39;ice ... 183, 192 -4, 874 15 178, 332 Tax credits 26, 141 4, 029 30, 170 Net public service pensions 4, 998 5 -207 4, 797 National lottery 1, 141anbsp;...
|Title||:||Public expenditure statistical analyses 2013|
|Author||:||Great Britain: H.M. Treasury|
|Publisher||:||Stationery Office - 2013-07-17|