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2007 | nr 10 | 1--12
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Usprawnienie funkcjonowania statystyki w krajach objętych działalnością Europejskiej Komisji Gospodarczej ONZ

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Improvement of statistics' functioning in UN Economic Comission for Europe countries
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Artykuł charakteryzuje materiały przedstawione na dwóch seminariach organizowanych w trakcie 55. sesji plenarnej Konferencji Statystyków Europejskich (KSE) w Paryżu w czerwcu 2007 r. Na pierwszym seminarium zastanawiano się, jak zwiększyć skuteczność i efektywność funkcjonowania urzędów statystycznych poprzez: doskonalenie organizacji pracy, system programowania badań, bardziej wszechstronne wykorzystanie administracyjnych źródeł danych, lepszą współpracę z użytkownikami statystyki, podnoszenie poziomu kwalifikacji kadr oraz pełniejsze wykorzystanie technologii informacyjnych. Drugie seminarium poświęcone było omówieniu nowych wyzwań stojących przed statystyką, zwłaszcza w dziedzinie pełniejszego uwzględnienia wpływu innowacji i prac badawczo-rozwojowych na wzrost PKB, a także na poziom życia i wzrost wydajności pracowników. Omawiano też potrzebę bardziej wszechstronnego uwzględniania wpływu wzrostu gospodarczego na naturalne środowisko człowieka. Ważnym elementem dyskusji były problemy pomiaru kapitału ludzkiego i kapitału społecznego oraz możliwości odzwierciedlenia tych elementów kapitału w rachunkach narodowych. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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In the article, the materials presented on two seminars organized during the 55' Conference of European Statisticians held in Paris (June 2007) are discussed. During the first seminar the participants were discussing, how to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of statistical offices functioning through: improvement in work organization, survey programming system, better administrative data sources' use, better cooperation with statistics users, improvement of staff qualifications level, and better use of information technologies. The subject of the second seminar concerned new challenges facing statistics, especially in the field of innovation, research and development works influence-on the growth of GDP. But also their influence on the level of life and workers' efficiency growth. The need of wider consideration of the economical growth influence on natural environment was also discussed. The important element of the discussion were problems of human and social capital measuring and possibilities to reflect these elements of capital in national accounts. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
  • Bart van Ark, Innovation, Intangibles and Economic Growth: Towards a Comprehensive Accounting of the Knowledge Economy, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Capitalization of research and development expenditure: point of view and experiences in the European Union, Submitted by EUROSTAT, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Capital measurement in the Netherlands, Submitted by Statistics Netherlands, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Counting on Statistics: Statistics Netherlands' Modernization Program, Submitted by Statistics Netherlands, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices, session II
  • Effectiveness of statistical programmes. Submitted by the Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Dcstalis), Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices, session I
  • From measuring social capital to measuring societal well-being: some early thoughts from the Vnitetl Kingdom, Submitted by the Office for National Statistics, United Kingdom, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Improvement of productivity - A continuous and strategic target of Statistics Finland, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices, session II
  • Increasing the efficiency and productivity in a small statistical office, Submitted by Statistics Iceland, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices, session II
  • Innovation, intangibles and economic growth: Towards a comprehensive accounting of the knowledge economy. Submitted by the University of Maryland, USA and the University of Groningen, Netherlands, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Issues in Nor/market Accounting: Pollution Accounting in Theory and Practice, Submitted by Yale University, United States, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Measuring Australia 's human capital development: The role oj post-school education and the impact of population ageing, Submitted by Australian Bureau of Statistics, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Measuring the education output oj government using a human capital approach: What might estimates show? Submitted by Muskic School of Public Service, University of Southern Maine and the National Bureau of Economic Research, United States, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Nico Hecrshap, Leon Willcnborg, Towards an Integrated Statistical System at Statistics Netherlands, International Statistical Review, Vol. 74, No. 3, 2006
  • Olscn 0ystcin, Measurement of Human Capital and Official Statistics, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Pros and cons for using administrative records in statistical bureaus, Submitted by Israel, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices
  • Quality Guidelines for Official Statistics, Handbooks 43b, Statistics Finland, Helsinki 2002
  • Resource-based planning and further goals in the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Submitted by Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices
  • Social capital: measurement and meaning, Submitted by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Social capital - ways ahead and ways blocked in national assessment and international comparisons. Submitted by Statistics Finland & National Research and Development Center for Social Welfare and Health (Stakes), Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session. Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • Statistical Program Planning at Statistics Canada, Submitted by Statistics Canada, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Increasing the Efficiency and Productivity of Statistical Offices
  • The measurement of human capital, also with reference to elderly population, Submitted by ISTAT, Italy, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-fifth plenary session, Geneva, 11-13 June 2007, seminar on Measurement of Capital - Beyond the Traditional Measures
  • The system uf Official Statistics in Sweden Coordination through cooperation, Conference of European Statisticians, Fifty-second plenary session, Geneva, 8-10 June 2004
  • The Well-being of Nations. The role of human and social capital, OECD, Paris 2001
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