Dawn Snape explains why ONS is consigning the the National Well-being ‘Wheel of Measures’ to history and moving forward with a more detailed dashboard of indicators that’s better suited to the needs of users.Read more on Reinventing the ‘Well-being’ Wheel
Evidence suggests income inequality has been flat or falling in recent years. But that’s contrary to many people’s perceptions. So what’s going on here?Read more on Inequality: are we measuring the right things?
Jonathan Athow explains the reason behind the latest changes and why CPIH is the most comprehensive measure of inflation.Read more on Measuring inflation – what’s changed and why?
Will Leighton from PwC shares a researcher’s experience of working with ONS microdata.Read more on ONS open microdata to more researchers – so long as public benefits
On 21 and 22 February, around 200 delegates gathered in Newport – the home of UK economic statistics – for the inaugural international ONS conference on measuring the modern economy.Read more on Conference report: riding the wave of change