Structural and Demographic Business Statistics 2009

Structural and Demographic Business Statistics 2009
OECD | Mar 2010 | ISBN: 926407287X | 403 pages | File type: PDF | 5 mb
The publication provides a summary of the information available in the OECD Structural and Demographic Business Statistics (SDBS) database. Key economic variables are presented at the International Standard of Industrial Classification, Revision 3 (ISIC) 2-digit level, for all industries and OECD member countries.
The database is an essential tool for analyzing the industrial structure and dynamices of OECD economies.

It provides a wealth of information at a very detailed sectoral level including: turnover, value-added, production, operating surplus, employment, labour costs and investment to name but a few. The breakdown by industrial sector, including services, is supplemented by a further breakdown into size classes, further enhancing the analytical capabilities of the database. The database also includes business demography statistics such as business birth, death and survival rates but also the number of high-growth enterprises; which, in combination with the size class dimension, provides an invaluable input to the OECD Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme (EIP). ? | ?
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As such, the database and the publication will help answer such questions as:
Which sectors have experienced positive/negative growth in recent years?
What contribution do small businesses make to economic activity?
How does the structure of businesses vary across OECD countries?
Which industrial sectors have the highest labour productivity?
How does labour productivity vary by business size?
Are small and medium enterprises (SMEs) more or less profitable per employee than large businesses?
Which sectors invest most?
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