2 edition of Problems in the collection and comparability of international statistics found in the catalog.
Problems in the collection and comparability of international statistics
Milbank Memorial Fund.
in New York
Written in English
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|Pagination||165 p. maps, diagrs.|
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with the result that the statistics obtained will be for all prac-tical purposes comparable. If the method can be extended over more than one jurisdiction so that identical forms and proce-dures, etc.
are followed, comparability can be considered to be 1 Chief Statistician, International Labour Office. Problems in the Collection and Comparability of International Labor Statistics | This article does not have an abstract.
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The need for such standards is well recognised in the case of international. The improvement of international comparability for economic statistics statistical products and to improve the international comparability of statistics produced at national level. challenges currently faced by STD where such co-operation can be enhanced.
In particular, in the next section, some issues related to data collection. International comparability of venture capital data Entrepreneurship at a Glance This publication presents an original collection of indicators for measuring the state of entrepreneurship and its determinants, produced by the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme.
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They now need to develop indicators that show not only how many people are poor but also in. In Canada, many large-scale assessments are administered in English and French. The validity of decisions made from using these assessments critically depends on the meaningfulness and comparability of scores from using different versions of assessments.
This research study focused on examining (1) the degree of construct comparability and (2) possible sources of incomparability of the. The quality and comparability of international statistics cannot be taken for granted and are essential for sustainable economic, environmental and social policy decisions.
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My library. It is important to underline that this document represents the first stage to improve the international comparability of CSIRT statistics. Further work is needed to proceed with the actual collection of the data and to further develop this guidance with a view to. Drawing upon the experience of the FRA, the paper describes how the problem of comparability is addressed by working at three levels: the first is to produce reports mapping available data, highlighting gaps, and explaining when and why data are not.
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This system is designed to promote international comparability in the collection, processing, classification, and presentation of these statistics. Given the importance of this technique in such a commercially and medically significant sector, and our concerns about the reliability of the measurement, we set out to investigate the seriousness of the problem on an international scale.
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The use of standard concepts, classifications and target populations promotes coherence, as does the use of common methodology across surveys.