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  • 24-November-2011

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    New understanding and insights from time-series data based on two generic measures: S-Time-Distance and S-Time-Step

    Statistics Working Paper N. 44- 2011/9 - Time distance is an innovative approach for looking at time-series data. Expressed in time units, the approach is easy to understand and provides a useful complement to existing methods. The time distance approach compares time series in the horizontal dimension, i.e. for a given level of the variable, based on two generic statistical measures: S-time-distance and S-time-step. These measures

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  • 23-November-2011

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    Linking policies to well-being outcomes through micro-simulation

    Statistics Working Paper N. 43- 2011/8 - This OECD Statistics Working Paper looks at four major areas of social policies– health status, literacy and learning, economic security, and economic inequality– with the aim of understanding how to link broad outcome measures of progress in these areas, on the one hand, and the policies bearing on them, on the other. Emphasis is given to the powerful benefits to be derived from coupling

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  • 17-November-2011

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    OECD Quarterly National Accounts data, Volume and Price Indices - GDP expenditure approach

    Updated on a daily basis. These statistics are an extract from the database: OECD Quarterly National Accounts. TIPS ...

  • 17-November-2011

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    OECD Quarterly National Accounts data - OECD member countries - GDP expenditure approach

    Updated on a daily basis. These statistics are an extract from the database: OECD Quarterly National Accounts. TIPS ...

  • 17-November-2011

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    OECD Quarterly National Accounts data: Zones - GDP expenditure approach

    Updated on a daily basis. These statistics are an extract from the database: OECD Quarterly National Accounts. TIPS ...

  • 14-November-2011

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    Start-up rates begin to show signs of slowdown in most OECD countries in 2011

    “Timely Indicators of Entrepreneurship” measures quarterly the number of new enterprises across a number of countries where updated information is available. The values are presented as trend-cycle (2006=100), which is the underlying path reflected in data over the longer term, i.e. the combined long-term (trend) and medium-to-long-term (cycle) movements in the original series.

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  • 14-November-2011

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    Composite Leading Indicators (CLIs), OECD, November 2011

    Composite leading indicators (CLIs) for September 2011 continue pointing to a slowdown in economic activity in most OECD countries and major non-member economies.

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  • 25-October-2011

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    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

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    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

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    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

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