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1352.0.55.052 - Research Paper: ABS Analysis Program: Bounds and Focus (Methodology Advisory Committee), Nov 2002  
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Since early 2000, the ABS has expanded significantly the resources it devotes to analytical work. Recently the economic and social subject matter divisions of the ABS were re-organised, partly with a view to freeing resources for additional analytical work. What kinds of analyses should the ABS undertake? and how can relevance and quality be assured? Two prominent issues are:

  • the "bounds" of the ABS analysis program. What varieties of analyses are legitimate for a national statistical agency to undertake?
  • the "focus" of the ABS analysis program. What varieties of analyses would it be most fruitful for a national statistical agency to undertake?

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