Articles Tagged ‘Office for National Statistics (ONS)’

Meeting report: The future of the RPI 11 July 2018
ONS Fellows - Economic experts wanted 25 June 2018
Meet the RSS president: A Q&A with David Spiegelhalter 02 November 2017
ONS Economic Forums on the road 19 October 2017
Economic Statistics in a Digital Age: an ONS conference preview 30 January 2017
RSS issues statement on ONS household index proposals 24 August 2016
Census Transformation Programme – conference report 03 August 2016
ONS should have better access to government data, RSS says 05 April 2016
Budget 2016: key announcements for the statistics community 18 March 2016
National Statistician proposes new Household Inflation Index 10 March 2016
CPIH still not up to scratch, says UK Statistics Authority 03 March 2016
UK stats should not move back to Treasury remit, RSS argues 01 March 2016
Spending review outcomes for the science budget and official stats 03 December 2015
Better data access will improve economic statistics, says Bean 02 December 2015
Event report - The Bean review of economic statistics open meeting 14 October 2015
Event report - The Bean review of economic statistics open meeting 14 October 2015
Reflections on using statistics to better understand our world: an interview with Jil Matheson 30 September 2015
Reflections on using statistics to better understand our world: an interview with Jil Matheson 30 September 2015
A short history of economic stats reviews down through the decades 28 July 2015
Government announces review into economic statistics 13 July 2015

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