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Read about what's new in ENBES as well as access pages and materials from past ENBES events: papers and presentation slides from EESW19 are available; dates and place for EESW21 have been set:

September 14-17, 2021, in the Hague, the Netherlands; and more.

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titleScientific Repository

Contribute your paper or report, or browse through other people's research. To contribute, please send an email to the scientific repository editors, repository@enbes.org.

Additionally, you can find general information about ENBES in the About ENBES section of the space.
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titleTopical Papers
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Read about papers which may be of interest in the current climate

, to producers and users of statistics.

All statistical estimates make use of some models and assumptions. At times of change, these approaches are less likely to reflect what is actually taking place, as we generally use methods which do not  
react to every change. So it is a paradox that at times of recession the statistical estimates are both most important and least certain.

One solution is to have a different approach during recession. But then we have to make a decision about when a recession starts in order to trigger the change; and this process itself may trigger a  
discontinuity in the measurements just when we are trying to estimate change. So ideally we want processes that work well both in normal times and recessions.

More research on the best approaches to measurement during times of recession are needed. The papers [below] give some pointers and ideas, but it would be great to have a discussion and share ideas on  
this problem.

: Topical Papers. If you have any papers or reports which would be suitable, please send an email to repository@enbes.org to contribute.

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TitleDateStatusDocumentBrandMartinUK Office for National StatisticsUnited KingdomMethodological Issues Arising for the Office for National Statistics from the Recession


2009/09EESW09

 2009S1_2_Brand.pdf

SimkinsAileenONSUKPaul A. Smith, Martin BrandFinancial crisis and
recession: how
ONS has addressed
the statistical and
analytical challenges2010/01Published in Economic and Labour Market ReviewFinancial crisis and recession: how ONS has addressed the statistical and analytical challenges.pdf

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