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An International Sectoral Data Base for Fourteen OECD Countries (Second Edition)


  • F. J. M. Meyer
  • J. L. Meyer


Part I of this paper describes the international sectoral data base, the ISDB, which has been created at the OECD as part of the continuing study of industrial structure and economic performance in OECD Member countries. This data base relates primarily to sectoral output and primary factor inputs used in 14 OECD Member countries. Part II of the paper presents a number of summary statistics derived from the data base for the period 1970 to 1989 related to economic structure and sectoral growth.The second edition of this paper has maintained the structure of the original paper. Changes are mainly in the detailed sources by country and the statistics derived from the data base.ISDB is available on diskettes. An order form is attached at the end of this paper ... La première partie de la présente étude décrit la base de données sectorielles internationales, ISDB, créée à l'OCDE dans le cadre des recherches poursuivies sur la structure industrielle et les performances économiques dans les pays Membres. Cette base de données se réfère principalement à la production et à l'utilisation des facteurs de production par branche dans 14 pays Membres. La deuxième partie de cette étude présente pour la période 1970 à 1989 une analyse d'un certain nombre de statistiques dérivées portant sur la structure économique et la croissance sectorielle.La deuxième édition de cette étude a conservé sa structure initiale. Les changements importants concernent principalement le détail des sources par pays et les statistiques dérivées.ISDB est disponible sur diquettes. Un bon de commande se trouve à la fin de cette étude ...

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  • F. J. M. Meyer & J. L. Meyer, 1994. "An International Sectoral Data Base for Fourteen OECD Countries (Second Edition)," OECD Economics Department Working Papers 145, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:145-en
    DOI: 10.1787/013876245470

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