Publications & Documents


  • 2-December-2004

    English

    Measuring Atypical Jobs: Levels and Changes

    Statistics Working Paper N. 10 - 2004/1. This paper presents a new classification of atypical working arrangements, developed by Istat, the Italian Statistical Institute.

  • 3-August-2004

    English

    Short-Term Economic Statistics (STES) Timeliness Framework

    The Short-term Economic Statistics Timeliness Framework is a structured collection of documentation on a range of good practices currently used by statistical organisations for improving timeliness.

  • 28-July-2004

    English

    Business Tendency and Consumer Surveys: Surveys - Good Practices

    Surveys and good practices in Business Tendency and Consumer Surveys including survey description, questionnaire description, methodology and data presentation.

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  • 9-June-2004

    English, , 53kb

    The OECD Statistics Brief N. 8, June 2004 - Comparison of Household Saving Ratios: Euro area/United States/Japan

    More and more analysts tend to compare the three largest economic regions: the euro area, the United States and Japan. One of the occupational hazards for analysts is that international comparisons of statistics are still fraught with some difficulties. Despite the existence of well-developed international standards for national accounts, namely the System of National Accounts 1993 (SNA 93), in practice international comparisons are

  • 15-April-2004

    English, , 150kb

    OECD Productivity Database: Calculation of Multi-Factor Productivity Growth

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  • 15-March-2004

    English, , 48kb

    OECD Measures of Total Hours Worked

    According to the 1993 System of National Accounts (SNA93), total hours actually worked is the preferred aggregate measure of labour input for productivity analysis, as it reflects the volume of work engaged per year in self-employment and employee jobs for the production of goods and services by resident units of production. In practice, total hours of work are derived from combining available estimates of annual hours actually worked

  • 15-March-2004

    English, , 217kb

    Capital Stocks, Capital Services and Multi-Factor Productivity Measures

    Capital services measures have long been recognised as the appropriate concept to capture capital input in production and productivity analysis. However, only few countries’ statistical agencies construct and publish such capital services measures. This paper describes capital services measures developed by the OECD and presents estimation methods and results for the G7 countries. By way of example, the consequences of applying

  • 20-December-2003

    English

    OECD Capital Services Estimates: Methodology and a First Set of Results

    Statistics Working Paper N. 9 - 2003/6 - This paper presents the concepts underlying capital services measures, describes estimation methods and produces a first set of results. It also raises a number of outstanding conceptual issues in relation to capital services measures.

  • 19-December-2003

    English, Excel, 513kb

    The OECD Statistics Brief N. 7, December 2003 - Comparing Growth in GDP and Labour Productivity: Measurement Issues

    Growth and productivity are on the policy agenda in most OECD countries. Recent OECD work has highlighted large diversities in growth and productivity as well as a range of policies that could enhance them.

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  • 18-December-2003

    English

    Comparing Labour Productivity Growth in the OECD Area: The Role of Measurement

    Statistics Working Paper N 8 - 2003/5 - This paper examines how measurement problems affect international comparisons of labour productivity. It suggests that these measurement problems do not significantly affect the assessment of aggregate productivity patterns in the OECD area. However, these problems do influence the more detailed assessment of productivity growth, notably the role of specific sectors and demand components in

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