6 Articles and compendiums that are related to Satellite accounts , sorted by release date
Regional differences in unpaid household service work, leisure and unpaid childcare: 2015 (Latest release)How time spent performing unpaid household service work, paid work or study and leisure time differs across UK regions or nations.
Keywords: work time, well-being, parents, time spent with children, Household Satellite Account
Measures the value of adult and child care, household housing services, nutrition, clothing and laundry, transport and volunteering.
Keywords: childcare, adult care, volunteering, housework, gross domestic product
An article looking at how much leisure time people in the UK take, and how that differs according to various aspects such as age or gender, giving an insight into the nation's work-life balance.
Keywords: Leisure, equality, well-being, time, happiness
Changes in participation and time spent volunteering in the UK and estimates of the monetary value of formal volunteering.
Keywords: charity, age, community, sharing, sex, unpaid work
The Household Satellite Account (HHSA) measures unpaid home production in the UK. This account builds on the work first carried out by ONS (Holloway et al, 2002) who constructed the first UK HHSA in 2002. ONS have since updated various elements of full account; however, this is the first time the HHSA has been constructed in its entirety since 2002. The HHSA measures the value of adult and child care, household housing services, nutrition, clothing and laundry, transport and volunteering. There is also scope to include other home production activities within future iterations of the HHSA as ongoing development work takes place following this release.
Keywords: Non-market, Stiglitz, Bean, Gross Domestic Product, Gross Value Added
Total healthcare expenditure in the UK between 1997 and 2013.
Keywords: health, spending, government, NHS, private