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WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS. 19-21 March 2013, Kishinev, Moldova Geostat. Currently used activity and product classifications. NACE Rev. 1.1., national classification CPA (1996) ISCO-88 HS (2012) COICOP and other classifications. Ongoing revisions.

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Workshop on international classifications

WORKSHOP ON INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS

19-21 March 2013, Kishinev, Moldova

Geostat


Currently used activity and product classifications

Currently used activity and product classifications

  • NACE Rev. 1.1., national classification

  • CPA (1996)

  • ISCO-88

  • HS (2012)

  • COICOP and other classifications


Ongoing revisions

Ongoing revisions

  • NACE 1.1 -> NACE rev. 2 (to be completed in 2013)

  • CPA to follow

  • ISCO-88 -> ISCO-08


State of implementation

State of implementation

  • Development of national version of NACE classification is starting, Statistics Sweden is supporting the process

  • Implementation in Business register and business statistics survey to start in 2014, followed by national accounts in 2015


Specific issues encountered with the activity classifications

Specific issues encountered with the activity classifications

  • Non-mandatory nature of surveys in the country

  • Institutional independence of Geostat and official adoption of classifications (now through the government)

  • Involvement of other agencies: scope, extent and coordination

  • Development of national classification: trade-off between the interest for needed information vs. information quality (non-mandatory surveys)

  • Decision on parallel running of two NACE versions: how long to keep both versions in which areas (business, statistics, national accounts)

  • Recoding: one-to-one and one-to-many relationships


Issues related to time series

Issues related to time series

  • Preliminary decision is to keep double coding for at least one year in both business statistics and national accounts surveys

  • Dual coding will be used based on EU and national correspondence tables

  • Recalculation planned for 3 to 5 years back


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