STAN: OECD Structural Analysis Statistics

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The Structural Analysis Statistics enable researchers to analyse industrial performance at a relatively detailed level of activity across countries. It includes annual measures of output, labour input, investment and international trade. The industry list, based on ISIC Rev. 3, provides sufficient detail to enable users to highlight high-technology sectors and is compatible with those used in related OECD databases. STAN is primarily based on Member countries' annual national accounts by activity tables and uses data from other sources, such as national industrial surveys and censuses, to estimate any missing detail. Since many of the data points in STAN are estimated, they do not represent official Member country submissions.

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STAN Indicators Rev. 3, 2009 You do not have access to this content

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Author(s):
OECD
Publication Date :
13 Apr 2010
Data are: :
Annual
DOI :
10.1787/data-00031-en
Years covered :
1970-2010

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STAN Indicators 2009 database highlights vital trends in industrial structure and performance for all OECD countries and various country groups, providing analysts and researchers with a comprehensive tool for analysis. This detailed data set presents annual indicators addressing themes such as: international trade, employment and productivity, industrial composition, business enterprise R&D and investment which are presented by industry (manufacturing, real estate, textiles). It allows users to focus on productivity growth, competitiveness and general structural change, while furnishing sufficient detail to enable users to isolate high-technology sectors and make comparisons across countries. Data are presented from 1970 onwards with annual datapoints.
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Keywords: employment, R&D, STAN, RD, transport equipment, statistics, labour compensation, high-technology manufactures, intra-industry trade, import penetration, indicators, research and development, food products, productivity