For most of the uses of national accounts, comprehensive coverage
is one of the most significant requirements; however, it is often
thwarted by gaps in the recording of economic activity - the
so-called "unrecorded economy." Several short-cut methods have been
developed to achieve exhaustive national accounts estimates through
a macro-modeling approach, but, as we explain in this paper, only a
detailed examination of the data gaps and review of the possible
sources and methods to cover them can result in estimates of decent
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Adriaan M M Bloem
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