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  • 25-October-2011

    English

    Incorporating estimates of household production of non-market services into international comparisons of material well-being

    Statistics Working Paper N. 42- 2011/7 - This Statistics Working Paper reports on work undertaken within the Statistics Directorate to measure the value of household production of non-market services, in order to better compare material well-being across countries. The work is being conducted under the aegis of the National Accounts Working Party and as input into the broader OECD activity on Measuring Progress. It responds to the

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  • 14-October-2011

    English, Excel, 486kb

    Measuring Multi-factor Productivity by Industry : Methodology and first results from the OECD Productivity Database

    This paper presents the methodology and data sources used in the PDBi. There are also first results on labour productivity and MFP by industry, and growth accounts. Finally, the document indicates how to access PDB and PDBi series.

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  • 13-October-2011

    English

    Measuring the stock of human capital for comparative analysis: an application of the lifetime income approach to selected countries

    Statistics Working Paper N. 41- 2011/6 - This paper summarizes the outcomes of the first phase of the OECD human capital project. In so doing, it shows the feasibility of applying the lifetime income approach to measuring human capital forcomparative analysis, both across countries and over time. It also highlights the feasibility of applying the methodology to the categorical data (i.e. by 5-year or 10-year age group) that are

  • 12-October-2011

    English

    Better measures, better policies, better lives

    The recent surge in social movements is a clear call for an economy with a more human face. Reconciling long-term economic growth and people’s well-being can be achieved if structural policies focus on what matters most to people in advanced and less-advanced economies alike, said Angel Gurría.

  • 12-October-2011

    English

    Measuring the joint distribution of household’s income, consumption and wealth using nested Atkinson measures

    Statistics Working Paper N. 40- 2011/5 - Following recommendations from the Stiglitz-Sen-Fitoussi Commission (2009), this OECD Statistics Working Paper proposes the use of a new methodology to measure the joint distribution of households. income, consumption and wealth. Based on a multidimensional extension of the Atkinson generalized mean framework, the paper justifies the application of this methodology based on a set of standard

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  • 29-septembre-2011

    Français

    Compendium des indicateurs de bien-être de l’OCDE

    Ce Compendium est l’une des premières tentatives de réponse à la demande d’informations comparatives sur les conditions de vie des gens au sein des économies de marché développées.

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  • 1-September-2011

    English, , 370kb

    Note of Multi-Factor Measurement When Rates of Return are Exogenous

    Chapter 2, pp. 13-40 in W.E. Diewert, B.M. Balk, D. Fixler, K.J. Fox and A.O. Nakamura (2010), PRICE AND PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT: Volume 6 -- Index Number Theory. Trafford Press. - This paper examined productivity and growth accounting measures when rates of return to capital inputs are exogenously determined. Several hypotheses about competition on output markets and about technology are invoked, each of which is compatible with

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  • 4-August-2011

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    Capital Stock Data at OECD

    Capital stock data at OECD - Status and Outlook

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  • 22-July-2011

    English

    Measuring Well-being and Progress - Economic Insecurity Measurement, Causes and Policy Implications Conference, 22-23 November 2011, OECD, Paris, France

    Measuring Well-being and Progress - Economic Insecurity Measurement, Causes and Policy Implications

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  • 11-July-2011

    English, , 456kb

    Producer price Indices - Comparative Methodological Analysis

    Producer Price Indices (PPIs) serve two main functions. The first is to provide an indication of price change by producers of goods and services, and therefore as an indicator of inflationary pressure on consumer price indices, (CPIs). Increasingly, given the increased tendency of global production processes, they can also serve as indicators of inflationary pressures in importing countries. The second reflects their role in

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