Eurostat-oecd manual on business demography

EurostatOECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics This joint Eurostat and OECD publication provides a detailed description of the sources and methods used by OECD countries to compile the business demography indicators, such as birth death and survival rates of businesses, relevant to BDS: the Eurostat OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics (Eurostat and OECD, 2007), the Business Registers Recommendations Manual (Eurostat, 2010), and the Guidelines on Statistical Business Registers (UNECE, 2015).

As a response to increasing demand, statistics on business demography, i. e. births, deaths and life expectancy of enterprises, have a legal basis at EU level with the entry into force of the recast Council and European Parliament Regulation on Structural Business Statistics. Eurostat OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics 3 Preface Demand for statistics on business demography has grown and developed considerably in recent years. The definitions of the variables used to measure Business Demography can be found in the EurostatOECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics.

The Business demography observed all active enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev. 2 excluding group 64. 2 (Activity of holding companies) that have a turnover or employment during the reference year. EurostatOECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics SDBS Business Demography Indicators (ISIC Rev.

3) Abstract Data on births and deaths of enterprises, their life expectancy and the important role they play in economic growth and productivity, as well as the information they provide for tackling social demographic issues, are increasingly Eurostat-oecd manual on business demography Enterprises 8 Eurostat OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics 61 8. 1 Definition A variety of approaches can be considered as providing the The Business demography observed all active enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev.

2 excluding group 64. 2 (Activity of holding companies) that have a turnover or employment during the reference year. Demand for statistics on business demography has grown and developed considerably in recent years.

This joint manual reflects these growing needs and developments and the agreement between Eurostat and the OECD for a common methodological framework for business demography statistics that maximises their international comparability and relevance, recognising and addressing the different As a response to increasing demand, statistics on business demography, i.

e. births, deaths and life expectancy of enterprises, have a legal basis at EU level with the entry into force of the recast Council and European Parliament Regulation on Structural Business Statistics. This manual describes


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