Also called “Other non-industries”, this consists primarily of two non-industries that nonetheless capture genuine income-generating activity within the economy.
Owner-Occupied Dwellings, which captures the activity of people who own and occupy their residences. For a further definition of Owner-Occupied Dwellings, see Appendix B of our Input-Output Model Documentation.
Second are Government Enterprises, defined by the BEA as “Government agencies that cover a substantial portion of their operating costs by selling goods and services to the public and that maintain their own separate accounts.” This is accounted for at the Federal, State, and Local government level.
Source: Lightcast’s Proprietary data, primarily from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA)