By Jaroslav Krejci
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Extra resources for National Income and Outlay in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Yugoslavia
In Czechoslovakia the difference between the GNP and NMP shows the least fluctuation. With respect to what has been said on the demarcation of the material sphere in the three countries, it could be expected that, other things being equal, Czechoslovakia (where passenger transport and communications serving the consumer sector are not included) would show the widest discrepancy between the NMP and GNP. On the other hand, in the Polish and Yugoslav concept of the NMP, which includes the two items in the material sector, the discrepancy should be smaller.
Unfortunately information on the quantity of goods and services used and their prices in individual countries is available for comparative purposes only to a limited extent. Only a part of private consumption data can be compared meaningfully. Data on food and beverages both as far as their per capita consumption and their prices are concerned are available in sufficient detail for the construction of an average consumer's basket and its cost. Also the data on average rent in apartment houses are comparable.
Whereas Polish statistics supply straightforward information for decile calculation, statistics in the other two countries have to be carefully scrutinised. 1 Source: Socitilni struktura tSSR ajeji vymj v 60. letech (Academia Prague, 1972), p. 78. a. a. a. 4 Sample Per capita income in all households (microcensus) Full-time employees in the socialised sector Earnings in productive (material) economic activi ties Sample of non-agricultural households Sources: CS: calculated from approx. brackets in SYB 1975, p.