Additional Information About Arts and the GDP and Satellite Accounts

Australian National Accounts: Cultural and Creative Activity Satellite Accounts, Experimental

Produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, this publication presents experimental measures of the economic contribution of cultural and creative activity in Australia, within the context of a satellite account lined to the Australian System of National Accounts.

America's Creative Economy: A Study of Recent Conceptions, Definitions, and Approaches to Measurement Across the USA

This report by the Creative Economy Coalition, authored by Christine Harris, Margaret Collins, and Dennis Cheek, profiles and analyzes how the creative economy is currently being defined, segmented and quantified throughout the U.S. America's Creative Economy was funded, in part, through a research grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Orange Economy: An Infinite Opportunity

The Orange Economy, authored by Felipe Buitrago Restrepo and Ivan Marquez Duque for the Inter-American Development Bank, was designed and written for the purpose of introducing key concepts and areas of debate around the "creative economy," and its importance to the Latin American and Caribbean regions.

U.S. Travel and Tourism Satellite Accounts for 2010-2013

The most recent economic estimates of travel and tourism are discussed in this 2014 Survey of Current Business article by BEA economist Steven Zemanek. Travel and tourism contains elements of the arts and culture—namely performing arts and movies—and its satellite account served as a model for the ACPSA.

Canadian Culture Satellite Account, 2010

In September 2014, Statistics Canada released the first Canadian Culture Satellite Account for 2010. The account shows that culture contributed 3.1 percent to the Canadian economy in 2010, while sports contributed 0.3 percent.

Improved Estimates of the National Income and Product Accounts: Results of the 2013 Comprehensive Revision

Authored by the BEA's Stephanie McCulla, Alyssa Holdren, and Shelly Smith, this article, from the September 2013 edition of the Survey of Current Business, discusses the BEA's comprehensive revisions of the national income and product accounts.