La stima da fonti amministrative di indicatori retributivi congiunturali al netto della cassa integrazione guadagni
The latest recession has affected public statistics in a number of ways, requiring a greater attention in maintaining their statistical quality in particular when they are based on administrative data. In Italy, the number of short-time work employees has suddenly grown, with a relevant impact on some short-term statistics, like the per capita gross wages and labour cost quarterly indicators produced by Istat Oros survey. For small and medium enterprises, with estimates entirely based on administrative sources, a methodology to define labour input net of short-time work employment had to be developed. The estimates on large firms’ labour input, instead, are drawn from Istat monthly survey data integrated in the Oros process
Volume (Year): 14 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2-3 ()
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