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Volume & Edizione: Volume 29 (2013) - Edizione 1 (March 2013)
Pagine: 157 - 163
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Abstract

These five articles and the framework proposed by Eltinge, Biemer, and Holmberg illuminate an exciting view of the future of official statistics. The articles are innovative, forward-looking, and remarkably complementary to one another. Below, for brevity, I refer to the five articles as the NASS, StatsNL, StatsNZ, RTI and Westat/NCHS articles. I will comment on each article individually, on them collectively in the context of the framework, and on the entire concept of “systems and architectures for high-quality statistics production.” First, however, I present two complementary perspectives on official statistics.

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