L'inflation annuelle dans la zone OCDE ralentit à 1.9% en juin 2017, tirée à la baisse par l’évolution des prix de l’énergie
Statistics Working Paper N. 85, 2017/9 - The digital economy has created some new measurement challenges for macroeconomic statistics and may have exacerbated some older ones, raising some concerns about the scope and estimation of GDP. Against a backdrop of slowing rates of measured productivity growth, this has raised questions about the conceptual basis of GDP and output...
Statistics Working Paper N. 84, 2017/8 - Traditionally, the main source of data used to measure countries’ participation in international production networks or global value chains (GVCs) has been conventional international trade statistics. However, international fragmentation of production has weakened the analytic interpretability of these data as intermediate goods but also services cross borders...
Le taux d’emploi de l’OCDE en hausse à 67.4% au premier trimestre 2017
Le taux de chômage de la zone OCDE stable à 5.9% en mai 2017
Les indicateurs composites avancés continuent de signaler un rythme d’expansion stable dans la zone OCDE
Global value chains (GVCs) have grown in importance in recent years, helping to integrate developing countries into global trade and to increase productivity. But some countries have benefited more than others. The Global Value Chain Development Report 2017 analyzes new data to help policy makers and others understand global trade’s increasing complexity and to consider policies that can make GVCs more inclusive.
All travellers know that the prices of goods and services vary between countries. In order to capture these price differences, Eurostat and the OECD collect data on the prices of identical goods and services in their member countries, and compile “Purchasing Power Parities” (PPPs) – conversion rates that neutralise price differences between countries.
Statistics Working Paper N. 83, 2017/7 - This paper presents results using data from the US and the French time use surveys, showing that the different approaches adopted by these two countries have quite different implications for the data collected.
Consommation privée et investissement, principaux facteurs du ralentissement de la croissance du PIB de l’OCDE au premier trimestre de 2017