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  • 25-April-2016

    English

    Statistical Insights: Who’s Who in International Trade: A Spotlight on OECD Trade by Enterprise Characteristics data

    Conventional international trade statistics offer a picture of trade flows between countries, broken down by types of goods and services. While this is an important input for trade analyses, these data do not offer insights into the actors, or the types of firms, that are actually engaged in cross-border trade. The OECD Trade by Enterprise Characteristics (TEC) data do provide such information.

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  • 22-April-2016

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    Trade by enterprise characteristics data

    Trade by Enterprise Characteristics (TEC) contains international annual trade in goods data broken down by different categories of enterprises.

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  • 19-April-2016

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    Employment situation, fourth quarter 2015, OECD

    OECD employment rate back to pre-crisis levels in fourth quarter of 2015

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  • 18-April-2016

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    Joint OECD - PARIS21 Workshop - Access to New Data Sources for Statistics: Business Models for Private-Public Partnerships

    The joint OECD - PARIS21 workshop will be held from 17 to 18 December 2015 at the OECD headquarters in Paris. It will examine specific aspects concerning the building of trust between stakeholders such as data confidentiality and privacy, and will also look at risk management in using such types of data.

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  • 1-April-2016

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    OECD statistical programme of work 2015

    This new edition gives an overview of all main statistical activities planned for 2015 by the Statistics Directorate and all other Directorates active in the field of statistics.

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  • 22-March-2016

    English, Excel, 3,084kb

    The OECD Statistics Newsletter, March 2016

    In this issue: Trust in the ABS and ABS Statistics – Five years on: A survey of informed users and the general community (2015) (ABS); Towards merchandise trade statistics without asymmetries (OECD); Measuring Job Quality: new data show the importance of quality as much as quantity (OECD); Got a question on international education? Ask the Education GPS (OECD)...

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  • 22-March-2016

    English, Excel, 3,084kb

    The OECD Statistics Newsletter, March 2016

    In this issue: Trust in the ABS and ABS Statistics – Five years on: A survey of informed users and the general community (2015) (ABS); Towards merchandise trade statistics without asymmetries (OECD); Measuring Job Quality: new data show the importance of quality as much as quantity (OECD); Got a question on international education? Ask the Education GPS (OECD)...

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  • 26-February-2016

    English

    Economic theory and practical lessons for measuring equality of opportunities

    Statistics Working Paper N. 68, 2016/2 - The development of a dashboard of statistics for the monitoring of equality of opportunity should recognize important lessons from economic theory: first, descriptive statistics associated with inter-generational mobility do not speak directly to equality of opportunity without accepting a value judgment that children should not be held responsible for circumstances beyond their control...

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  • 25-February-2016

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    Where is inclusive growth happening? Mapping multi-dimensional living standards in OECD regions

    Statistics Working Paper N. 67, 2016/1 - This paper applies the Inclusive Growth framework to the OECD Regional Well-being Database in order to compute multidimensional living standards (MDLS) among OECD regions from the early 2000s to 2012.

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  • 28-January-2016

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    Statistical Insights: Government assets matter too, not just debt

    In analysing the sustainability of government finances, the focus tends to be on gross government debt as a percentage of GDP. However, as gross debt does not take into account the asset side of government balance sheets, this measure only tells part of the story. Assets may generate income or be sold in order to redeem part of gross debt, and are therefore very relevant in assessing the financial health of government as well.

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