1 edition of Statistical Indicators For Asia And The Pacific, No.4 December 2003 found in the catalog.
Statistical Indicators For Asia And The Pacific, No.4 December 2003
April 7, 2004
by United Nations Pubns
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||109|
Tentative SIAP calendar for meeting and training programmes (1 January to 31 December ) Analysing education microdata from Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Regional Course on Education Statistics (SDG4) The Sixth Meeting of Network for the Coordination of Statistical Training in Asia and the Pacific Chiba, Japan; 2 December. Title: Financial Transactions Taxes Author: Stotsky, Gale Janet; Shome, Parthasarathi Series: Working Paper No. 95/77 Date: August 1, Notes: This paper is a revised version of a background paper prepared for the Fund's International Capital Markets--Developments, Prospects, and Key Policy Issues study of May
Fourteenth Management Seminar for the Heads of National Statistical Offices in Asia and the Pacific: The Future of Economic Statistics) [11 - 12 December | Chiba, Japan ] The Management Seminar aims to strengthen the leadership and management capabilities of the heads of national statistical offices (NSOs) by providing a forum to discuss. The report on Time-use surveys and statistics in Asia and the Pacific is a joint ILO-UNDP publication presenting a review of the recent situation and challenges on time-use statistics in the Region, with the main objective to advocate for better collection and use of time-use data in support of policy development such as gender : Ilo and Undp.
December and Tunis, November ).The Geneva Plan of Action (WSIS/GENEVA/DOC), states: “E. Follow-up and evaluation “ A realistic international performance evaluation and benchmarking (both qualitative and quantitative), through comparable statistical indicators and research. Title: International Financial Statistics, April Author: International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept. Series: Vol No. 4 Date: Ap Subject: Financial statistics International Financial Statistics.
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Covering the whole of Asia and the Pacific region, this text provides both an analytic overview and specific data for each of the 60 countries. Introductory chapters cover regional issues, including: a regional review with the year's trends, developments and key events' analysis of the threat of terrorism in the region; the effects of deflation on the economy; the water crisis and its impact.
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Price Author: United Nations. Economic and Social Comm for Asia and the Pacific. The Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific was prepared by the Statistics Division of the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) under the overall leadership and guidance of Shamshad Akhtar, Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Secretary of ESCAP.
Key Indicators Inequality in Asia is the 38th edition of the flagship annual statistical data book of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). It presents the latest available economic, financial, social, environmental, and Millennium Development Goals (MDG) indicators for regional members of ADB.
Data are grouped under MDG and Regional Tables. Contact Us. The United Nations Building Rajadamnern Nok Avenue Bangkok Thailand. Telephone: () Fax: () The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific is the flagship annual statistical data book of the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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Rich in information content, the Yearbook includes data, charts and a textual overview of well over indicators, covering all spheres of the work of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, a.
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Key Indicators features statistical data for 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank, including Australia, Japan, and New Zealand. The paper "Measuring SDG progress in Asia and the Pacific: Is there enough data?" reviews the availability of data on all proposed global SDG indicators for Asia-Pacific countries and is prepared based on data from the SDG indicators Global attempts to identify data gaps for regional SDG progress monitoring and for priority setting in statistical capacity building by a range of.
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Asia-Pacific Statistics Newsletter Issue: Second Quarter 2 July In focus In this issue The Network for the Coordination of Statistical Training in Asia and the Pacific In focus Announcements Voices of the region Establish a sub Updates Calendar of statistical meetings in Asia and the Pacific At its organizational meeting held : Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific (Statistical Yearbook for Asia & the Pacific) (): United Nations: Books.
national statistical systems. The individual data sources used in the Yearbook are mentioned among the respective indicator definitions, which appear after the narrative in each chapter. The sources also appear in a separate list of online data sources.
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Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific 1. Population The population growth rate in Asia and the Pacific, while already lower than that. Systems for Monitoring SDG Indicators. as of January22 The th Management Seminar for Heads of National Statistical Offices in Asia and the Pacific on the theme “Empowering and Strengthening National Statistical Systems for Monitoring SDG Indicators” held on th December, in Tokyo, Japan.
Purpose. The purpose of the.Abstract. Food security is a common challenge for all developing nations, and small islands are no exception. In a broader sense, food security as defined by the FAO is ‘the ability of all people at all times to have both physical and economic assess to a sufficient amount of safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preference for an active and healthy life’.Cited by: 9.
1 This document has been prepared by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It has been issued as submitted. FOR PARTICIPANTS ONLY STAT/WGSE/14 2 November, ENGLISH ONLY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Working Group of Statistical Experts Eleventh session November Bangkok DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS.