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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

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

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

  • CPA to follow

  • ISCO-88 -> ISCO-08


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

  • 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

  • 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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