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International statistical work in UNECE region reviewed by the CES Bureau

Household survey methods

(November 2011, paper by Canada)

Global manufacturing

(November 2011, paper by the Netherlands)

Education statistics

(November 2011, paper by Australia)

Measuring the information society and statistics on science, technology and innovation

(June 2010, paper by Australia)

Time-use surveys

(November 2010, paper by Germany)

The use of secondary and mixed sources for official statistics

(June 2010, paper by UNECE)

Government finance, fiscal and public sector statistics

(October 2009, paper by IMF)

Statistical dissemination, communication and publications

(October 2009, paper by the CES Steering Group on Statistical Dissemination and Communication)

Housing statistics

(February 2009, paper by Poland)

Measurement of labour cost

(October 2008, paper by OECD)

Agricultural statistics, including forestry and fisheries statistics

(October 2008, paper by Eurostat, in cooperation with United States and Brazil)

Environment statistics

(February 2008, paper by Eurostat)

Culture statistics

(February 2008, paper by Finland)

Gender statistics

(October 2007, paper by UNECE)

Income, living conditions and poverty

(October 2007, paper by OECD)

Business statistics

(February 2007, notes by IMF, Finland, UNSD, UNECE, Eurostat, Canada)

Population statistics

(February 2007, paper by UNECE)

SDMX initiative

(February 2007, paper by SDMX sponsors)

Health statistics

(February 2006, papers by United States and OECD)

Justice and crime statistics, including the safety concept

(February 2006, papers by Italy and the Netherlands)

Statistics on Globalisation

(February 2006, paper by Canada and United Kingdom)

Quality frameworks and the link with institutional frameworks and principles 

(February 2006, paper by Sweden, in cooperation with Eurostat and IMF)

Transport statistics

(February 2005, paper by Denmark)

Labour statistics

(February 2005, paper by Italy and ILO)

Income and consumption

(February 2005, paper by Canada)

Migration statistics

(February 2005, paper by United States)

Technical cooperation

(February 2005, paper by Eurostat)


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