"Noi Italia. 100 statistics to understand the country we live in" provides a general framework for understanding the different economic and social aspects of our country, its role within Europe and its territorial differences.
This product offers a selection of the most interesting statistical indicators, ranging from economy to culture, to the labour market, to household economic conditions, public finance, environment.
By means of innovative visualisation tools, which facilitate the reader to set the phenomena in time and space, over 100 indicators are classified in 6 macro areas and cover 19 sectors. Users can also export charts and download data. For each sector the complete dataset of time series and other data can be downloaded in .xls format. In each sector additional information are available (Publications and Useful links) and enable to deeper examine the phenomena. The entire database can be acquired as well, by clicking on the data download button from the homepage.
The new statistical register "Frame SBS": overview and perspectives, Quality analysis and harmonization issues in the context of "Frame SBS", The labour cost variables in the building of the "Frame SBS", Estimation of the main variables of the economic account of small and medium enterprises based on administrative sources, Estimation procedure and inference for component totals of the economic aggregates in the "Frame SBS", New experiences in the production of business statistics: the construction of the "Frame SBS" and SBS – data warehouse.
The International Conference on Agricultural Statistics (ICAS) is organized every three years, starting from 1998, under the auspices of the International Statistical Institute (ISI) Committee on Agricultural Statistics.
The Conference convenes senior agricultural statisticians from all over the world, mainly representatives from national statistical offices and ministries of agriculture. ICAS Conferences are open to all producers, suppliers, trainers and users of Agricultural Statistics, such as economists, statisticians, agronomists, researchers, analysts and decision-makers from government entities, the academia, development partners and international organisations.
The Conference, titled “More importance to data: a value for the country”, is an opportunity for data producers and users, civil society and institutions to confront on important issues such as: strengthening the principles of the European statistics in support of national and international policies; evolution of the National Statistical System in the European regulatory framework; modernization of production and dissemination processes of statistical information.