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An International Sectoral Data Base for Thirteen OECD Countries

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  • F. J. M. Meyer-zu-Schlochtern

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This paper describes an 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 is one which relates primarily to sectoral output and factor resource use in thirteen OECD Member countries. In the context of recent OECD work, substantial use was made of the ISDB in preparing the recent OECD study, "Structural Adjustment and Economic Performance" (1987), and in other studies. Part II of the paper reports an analysis of a number of summary statistics derived from the data base for the period 1970 to 1985; specifically those related to economic structure and sectoral growth over the period ... Cet article décrit une base de données sectorielles et internationales, la 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 l'utilisation des facteurs de production par branche dans 13 pays Membres. La ISDB a été utilisée dans le contexte de travaux récents de l'OCDE, notamment dans l'élaboration de l'étude "Ajustement structurel et performance économique" (1987). La deuxième partie de cet article présente une analyse d'un certain nombre de statistiques dérivées de cette base de données pour la période 1970 à 1978, notamment celles portant sur la structure économique et la croissance sectorielle pour cette même période ...

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  • F. J. M. Meyer-zu-Schlochtern, 1988. "An International Sectoral Data Base for Thirteen OECD Countries," OECD Economics Department Working Papers 57, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:ecoaaa:57-en
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