Since we introduced the country and regional public sector finances data in 2017, further opportunities have emerged to use alternative data sources to make these statistics more timely. Moreover, data sources and production techniques can help increase the granularity of geographical breakdowns. In this post we look at some improvements we’re working on.Read more on Down your way: working towards more localised data on public sector spending
It has been another momentous year for the Office for National Statistics. National Statistician, Sir Ian Diamond, joins Miles in…Read more on PODCAST: The Year in Review
Jonathan Athow explains how ONS measures earnings and how there is no easy solution to calculating self-employed income just yet. …Read more on Why is measuring self-employed income so hard?
Leading economist and ONS Fellow Diane Coyle writes for our sister site ONS Visual today on the challenges of measuring…Read more on ONS Fellows: Shining light on the 21st century economy