Journal of Official Statistics, Vol.9, No.1, 1993. pp. 57–63
Development Program of Hungarian Statistics
Abstract:This paper examines the state and development of official statistics in an "atypical" transition country. Hungarian statistics differ in many respects from other, formerly centrally planned economies, which has had a substantial effect on its development program.
In terms of the basic characteristics of transition, changes in the statistical environment and the new Act regarding statistics are discussed. Out of the various major areas of development, the national accounts, financial statistics, manpower statistics and the short-term indicators are discussed. Special attention is paid to the new conditions and new forms of data collection.
Keywords:Central-Eastern and Eastern Europe; transition; economic statistics.
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