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TAN Indicators are compiled to respond to the needs of analysts and researchers interested in measuring economic performance and structural changes. They also complement the OECD publications, Science Technology and Industry Scoreboard and Economic Globalisation Indicators. In this edition, STAN Indicators consist of 35 measures related to the production and employment structure, the labour productivity and labour costs, the investment, the business research and development expenditures and the international trade performance. The underlying measures used for calculations are: - Values of exports and imports of goods, at current prices from STAN Bilateral Trade Database - Production, intermediate consumption, value added, labour compensation, gross fixed capital formation, at current prices from STAN Database for Structural Analysis - Value added volumes and employment from STAN Database for Structural Analysis - Research & Development expenditures, at current prices from STAN R&D Expenditure in Industry Most of STAN Indicators are presented for all OECD countries and a certain number of zones (i.e. country groups) such as the G7, the EUs, etc. The composition of these groups varies according to the indicators in order to optimise the industry and period coverage. Country groups are not based on weighted averages. STAN Indicators cover the period 1970-2008, although the time-coverage may vary considerably across countries /zones and indicators. Indicators are provided for a wide range of economic activities (according to an ISIC Rev.3 based hierarchy) compatible with the list in the underlying STAN Database.
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