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11 May 2016 Zero-hour contracts – uncertainty or desired flexibility?

Zero-hour contracts have sparked a lot of debate internationally in EU organisations and at the ILO as well. Should they be banned and enact a minimum number of working hours or not? Senior Researcher Anna Pärnänen examines the subject in her blog post based on the results of the Labour Force Survey.

29 Apr 2016 Eurostat advances the publication of GDP flash estimates for Europe

From 29 April 2016 onwards, Eurostat will publish preliminary flash estimates of quarterly GDP for the euro area (EA) and for the European Union (EU) at about 30 days after the end of the quarter (t+30).

24 Mar 2016 How should publishing of statistics be developed? Respond to the survey!

Statistics Finland is developing the publishing of statistics on its web pages. By responding to the survey you help us improve our services. Go to the survey.

1 Mar 2016 Statistical data can now be analysed in Paikkatietoikkuna

Statistics Finland and the National Land Survey of Finland have developed new tools for the national geoportal Paikkatietoikkuna, for making statistical analyses on geographical information.

3 Feb 2016 iStatistician 2030

With the ongoing data revolution, the world calls for statistical experts. But what kinds of experts does the field of statistics need? The directors of Eurostat and OECD’s Directorate of Statistics draw a picture of their employees today, as well as envision the future statistician. (Tieto&trendit)
 

Changes in statistics

18 December 2015 The regional statistics on entrepreneurial activity will be released with more limited content than usual

16 December 2015 Consumer Price Index will be renewed at the turn of the year

10 December 2015 Publication of the statistics on financial leasing has been discontinued

10 December 2015 Publication of the statistics on outstanding credit will be discontinued

Last updated 27 May 2016

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