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  • 28-March-2013

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    Human capital, tangible wealth, and the intangible capital residual

    Statistics Working Paper N. 51 - 2013/2 - Since income is the return on wealth, the total wealth of any given country should be on the order of 20 times its GDP. Instead the average observed ratio from the balance sheet accounts of the System of National Accounts (SNA) is a factor of 2.6 to 6.6, depending on whether natural resource stocks are included in the balance sheet.

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  • 26-March-2013

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    More than the sum of their parts: valuing environmental quality by combining life satisfaction surveys and GIS data

    Statistics Working Paper N. 50 - 2013/1 - While environmental economics studies using stated life satisfaction data have been gaining attention, much of this body of work remains exploratory. In this study we contribute to this body of research by combining OECD data from 4 European countries on life satisfaction and perceptions of environmental quality to provide a broad picture of the environmental determinants of life satisfaction...

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  • 22-March-2013

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    Cyclical Analysis and Composite Indicators System (CACIS), OECD

    The OECD Cyclical Analysis and Composite Indicators System (CACIS) is a program for both cyclical analysis and compilation and study of composites indicators.

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  • 20-mars-2013

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    L’OCDE publie les premières lignes directrices complètes sur la mesure du bien-être subjectif

    L’OCDE a réalisé une avancée majeure dans la mesure du bien-être subjectif. Avec la publication des Lignes directrices sur la mesure du bien-être subjectif, l'OCDE fournit pour la première fois un cadre global pour des données fiables et comparables à l’échelon international.

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  • 20-March-2013

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    OECD Guidelines on Measuring Subjective Well-being

    Being able to measure people’s quality of life is fundamental when assessing the progress of societies. There is now widespread acknowledgement that measuring subjective well-being is an essential part of measuring quality of life alongside other social and economic dimensions. As a first step to improving the measures of quality of life, the OECD has produced Guidelines which provide advice on the collection and use of measures of subjective well-being.  These Guidelines have been produced as part of the OECD Better Life Initiative, a pioneering project launched in 2011, with the objective to measure society’s progress across eleven domains of well-being, ranging from jobs, health and housing, through to civic engagement and the environment.

    These Guidelines represent the first attempt to provide international recommendations on collecting, publishing, and analysing subjective well-being data. They provide guidance on collecting information on people's evaluations and experiences of life, as well as on collecting “eudaimonic” measures of psychological well-being. The Guidelines also outline why measures of subjective well-being are relevant for monitoring and policy making, and why national statistical agencies have a critical role to play in enhancing the usefulness of existing measures. They identify the best approaches for measuring, in a reliable and consistent way, the various dimensions of subjective well-being, and provide guidance for reporting on such measures. The Guidelines also include a number of prototype survey modules on subjective well-being that national and international agencies can use in their surveys.

  • 20-février-2013

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    Données massives : promesse ou chimère ?

    Par Martine Durand, Directrice, Direction des statistiques, OCDE - Chaque jour, les innovations technologiques et sociales génèrent d’immenses flux de données, dites « massives », en anglais big data, dont la prolifération promet de bouleverser les habitudes de collecte et d’utilisation des informations destinées à l’élaboration des politiques.

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  • 13-février-2013

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    Manuel des statistiques du commerce international des services

    Le Manuel sur les Statistiques du Commerce International des Services 2010 (MSCIS 2010) dont la parution de la première version est 2002, est une publication conjointe de sept agences internationales. Il répond à une demande croissante en provenance des gouvernements, des entreprises et des analystes de statistiques détaillées et comparables portant sur le commerce international des services.

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  • 12-February-2013

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    OECD Workshop on Productivity, 5-6 November 2012, Paris

    The aim of this OECD workshop on productivity is to examine the role of productivity for growth, including in recovering from the crisis; explore key measurement challenges; assess the determinants of productivity growth and explore the role of policies in shaping productivity performance across countries.

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  • 11-February-2013

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    OECD Work on Measuring Well-Being and Progress towards Green Growth

    OECD Work on Measuring Well-Being and Progress towards Green Growth

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  • 21-January-2013

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    OECD Composite Leading Indicators for G7 countries: a comparison of the Hodrick-Prescott filter and the Multivariate Direct Filter Approach

    Statistics Working Paper N. 49 - 2012/5 - We estimate the business-cycles of G7 countries, as defined by an ideal 2-10 year bandpass filter applied to country-specific GDP target series (GDP-BP). The paper shows that efficiency gains by the Multivariate Direct Filter Approach (MDFA)over HP are substantial along the full revision-sequence and they are consistent across countries as well as over time, when referenced against GDP-BP.

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