2 edition of Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific, No. 2 found in the catalog.
Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific, No. 2
by United Nations Publications
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific iii Preface Preface This is the second issue of the new Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific. The format was revised in and attracted encouraging feed-back from readers. It is aimed at a non-specialized audience that is interested in this dynamic and. Key Indicators is an annual statistical publication of the Asian Development Bank. It presents the most current economic, financial and social data on the Bank's developing member countries. Since , it also features a special thematic chapter (marked with an *).. First table is Country Key Indicators, scroll down for second table of Thematic Multi-Country Key Indicators.
FAO Statistical Pocketbook This publication is part of the FAO Statistical Yearbook suite of products. The first part of the book includes thematic spreads with data visualizations (graphs, charts, and maps) with basic text. The second part has country-level tables for a selected number of indicators. DOWNLOAD PDF. The report on Time-use surveys and statistics in Asia and the Pacific is a joint ILO-UNDP publication presenting a review of the recent situation and challenges on time-use statistics in the Region, with the main objective to advocate for better collection and use of time-use data in support of policy development such as gender : Ilo and Undp.
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Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific ( No 2/EF.8) Paperback – June 1, by Not AvailableFormat: Paperback. Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific: December (Statistical Indicators for Asia & the Pacific) [Not Available] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In developing Asia, the number of people living in extreme poverty declined from billion in to million in The vital data within Key Indicators are now accessible in a digitized format, with the new Key Indicators Database.
The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacificthe 50th edition of this series, presents the latest. Statistical Indicators for Asia and the Pacific/E F (Vol.
18 No. 3) by Not Available. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: Not Available. The ESCAP Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific is published every other year.
It provides a regional perspective on development issues in Asia and the Pacific. It covers a wide range of topics on population, education, health, poverty and inequalities, gender, economy, environment and connectivity.
The Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific is the flagship annual statistical data book of the Asian Development Bank. Key Indicators features statistical data for 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank, including Australia, Japan, and New Zealand.
OECD iLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) featuring its books, papers and statistics and is the gateway to OECD's analysis and data. Contact Us. The United Nations Building Rajadamnern Nok Avenue Bangkok Thailand. Telephone: () Fax: () UNITED NATIONS STATISTICAL INSTITUTE FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC Third Workshop “Forging Partnership in Statistical Training in Asia and the Pacific” 20 – 21 November Bangkok, Thailand COUNTRY PAPER – MALAYSIA.
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Fourteenth Management Seminar for the Heads of National Statistical Offices in Asia and the Pacific: The Future of Economic Statistics These include SDG indicators,5.a.1 and View All.
Highlights. SIAP Information - January - November The Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific presents data for the 58 ESCAP member countries, as well as world, regional, sub-regional and economic aggregates for comparison.
For the first time the Yearbook is aligned with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Format: Paperback. The paper "Measuring SDG progress in Asia and the Pacific: Is there enough data?" reviews the availability of data on all proposed global SDG indicators for Asia-Pacific countries and is prepared based on data from the SDG indicators Global attempts to identify data gaps for regional SDG progress monitoring and for priority setting in statistical capacity.
Asia and the Pacific generated more than 40% of global GDP while the People's Republic of China and India accounted for nearly 70% of the region’s output. 17 Sep | Publication. Key Indicators for Asia and the Pacific Extreme poverty in Asia could fall to % by Risks include food costs, natural disasters, climate change.
Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific Rich in information content, the Yearbook includes data, charts and a textual overview of well over indicators, covering all spheres of the work of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, as well as such cross-cutting issues as poverty and gender.
Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific 2 Measuring SDG progress in Asia and the Pacific: Is there enough data. part of the overall accountability framework for SDG implementation. This means that policy priority-setting to achieve the SDGs should be informed by the Asiaknowledge of goal and.
Part I of this issue of the Key Indicators is a special chapter—Green Urbanization in Asia. Parts II and III comprise of brief, non-technical analyses and statistical tables on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and seven other themes.
Key Indicators for Asia and the Paciﬁc Foreword Key Indicators for Asia and the Paciﬁc (Key Indicators ), the 41st edition of this series, is a statistical data book presenting economic, ﬁnancial, social, and environmental indicators for the 48 regional members of the Asian Development Bank.
Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific In addition to revising and updating the indicators to reflect changing development priorities, this Yearbook includes two new topics which are very relevant to the region: food security and crime.
Download. More in this Series. Asia and the Pacific SDG Progress Report Key Indicators Database. Over economic, social and environmental indicators for all APEC members.
SEARCH NOW. Bilateral Linkages Database. Trade and investment flows between APEC economies. SEARCH NOW. APEC Policy Support Unit. Find out more about APEC’s research and analysis arm. 58 ESCAP member States and the five Asia-Pacific subregions are provided, supported by the most up-to-date and comparable data for more than indicators, including 40 indicators presented in the Yearbook for the first time.
Indicators presented in the Yearbook have been selected based on their relevance to the SDGs, and the availability of data. This is the second issue of the new Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific. Rich in information content, the Yearbook includes data, charts and a textual overview of well over indicators, covering all spheres of the work of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, a.It offers current trends and emerging topics in the Asia-Pacific region, grouped around the themes of people, the environment, the economy and connectivity.
It provides the international and regional community with key indicators, objective analyses of the current trends and emerging issues, along with data and : United Nations.Asia-Pacific region is defined as the members and associate members of ESCAP excluding those members that are not in Asia or the Pacific.
Because these countries and areas are so diverse, the Yearbook publishes absolute numbers only for a limited number of series. Instead, it usually expresses indicators as ratios of two series, or in per.