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This Statistics Brief presents a typology of non-observed economy (NOE) phenomena, discusses two broad classes of methods to estimate the size of the NOE (methods applied in the national accounts compilation versus macro-econometric methods), and presents national accounts based NOE estimates obtained through a survey of OECD countries in 2011-12.
The database on statistics of international trade in services provides statistics on international trade in services at the most detailed partner-country level available. To the extent that countries report them, data are also broken down by type of service according to the EBOPS classification.
The Composite Leading Indicators (CLI) are subject to many questions. These FAQs are made to help you answering them.
Glossary for OECD Composite Leading Indicators
OECD unemployment rate stable at 7.5% in March 2014
Composite leading indicators point to weakening growth in major emerging economies but stable growth momentum in most OECD countries
OECD countries accounted for around 50% of the world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expressed in Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs) in 2011 - the latest benchmark year - compared with about 60% in 2005, the previous benchmark year, according to new data released today by the International Comparison Program (ICP).
In the OECD's Quarterly National Accounts you can find GDP growth rates, GDP by expenditure and by industry, investment, disposable income, saving and net lending and GDP by income. Population and employment data and employment by industry are also available.
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The OECD system of composite leading indicators (CLIs), developed in the 1970s, has been the subject of a methodological review to ensure that it maintains its position as an effective leading indicator of business cycles and economic activity. This document provides detailed information about this new methodology.
OECD unemployment increases to 7.6% in February 2014