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The second Entrepreneurship Indicators Steering Group Meeting was held in Istanbul, on the 25-26 of June 2007, back-to-back with the second OECD's World Forum on Statistics, Knowledge and Policy. The meeting mainly focused on the recent developments of the Entrepreneurship Indicators Project, providing the group members with updates on current activities and the work of the Task Force and the OECD/ Eurostat Manual Drafting Group. In
This document outlines basic metadata principles and management principles relating to statistical metadata management in the OECD. The document also contains a set of common metadata items providing a common structure.
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This Statistics Brief highlights some of the main changes to the 1993 SNA and provides, where possible, a preliminary evaluation of the possible impact on these key variables.
This database provides access to time series data for OECD Composite Leading Indicators (CLI), standardised consumer and business confidence indicators, business tendency survey indicators by sector and consumer opinion survey indicators as published in each monthly edition of the OECD Main Economic Indicators. Accessing this source data will enable users to analyse in depth the development of business cycles within and across
OECD Revisions Analysis Database for the Index of Industrial Production.
The OECD QNA - MEI Revisions Database allows users of quarterly national accounts to assess the reliability of the first estimates of quarterly volume, seasonally adjusted, GDP of OECD countries. It covers 18 countries.
Links to national and international data sources.
Can we trust official statistics? Do they give us a true picture of how societies are changing? Enrico Giovannini, OECD Chief Statistician, will answer your questions on the role and future of statistics during an online debate between 14.00 and 16.00 Paris time on Thursday 12 July.
Statistics Working Paper N. 22 - 2007/2 - Several studies have analysed the characteristics of the knowledge society, as well as its impact on the production of "official" statistics. In this paper we will not enter into this debate, but we will try to analyse the role of statistics in building a knowledge society and improving the democratic control of policy makers. This issue is especially important because the development of
A number of themes will be focused on at this second meeting of the OECD's SBS Expert Meeting. Key amongst these is the continuing development of indicators that further our understanding of Entrepreneurship Indicators, an area of growing policy interest.