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International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics 1997

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International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics 1997

9781858986326 Edward Elgar Publishing
United Nations Industrial Development Organization, Vienna, Austria
Publication Date: 1997 ISBN: 978 1 85898 632 6 Extent: 688 pp
The Yearbook is designed to facilitate international comparisons relating to manufacturing activity and industrial performance. It provides data which can be used to analyse patterns of growth, structural change and industrial performance in individual industries. Data on employment trends, wages and other key indicators are also presented. Finally, the detailed information presented here enables the user to study different aspects of individual manufacturing industries.

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A unique and comprehensive source of information, the International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics is the only international publication providing economists, planners, policy makers and business people with worldwide statistics on current performance and trends in the manufacturing sector.

This is the third issue of the annual publication which succeeds the UNIDO’s Handbook of Industrial Statistics and, at the same time, replaces the United Nation’s Industrial Statistics Yearbook, volume I (General Industrial Statistics). Covering more than 120 countries/areas, the 1997 edition of the Yearbook contains data which is internationally comparable and detailed in industrial classification. Information has been collected directly from national statistical sources and supplemented with estimates by UNIDO.

The Yearbook is designed to facilitate international comparisons relating to manufacturing activity and industrial performance. It provides data which can be used to analyse patterns of growth, structural change and industrial performance in individual industries. Data on employment trends, wages and other key indicators are also presented. Finally, the detailed information presented here enables the user to study different aspects of individual manufacturing industries.
Critical Acclaim
‘This annual publication seems to be the only international publication providing worldwide statistics on current performance and trends in the manufacturing sector. In terms of comprehensiveness, accuracy, and cross-country comparisons this volume is unparalleled . . . If you are looking for an authoritative source for comparative international statistics on industrial information, this is it.’
– Andrea Meyer, Business Information Alert

Acclaim for previous editions:

‘This is a unique and massive effort by UNIDO providing comparative statistics on current performance and trends in the manufacturing sector worldwide. . . . There is no doubt that the volume is a most important source book for economists, planners and policymakers.’
– Pradosh Nath, Journal of Science and Industrial Research

‘UNIDO has done well to bridge gaps in information noticed so far in industrial statistics worldwide and its companionship and usefulness will be realised by all users of this documentation in governmental, industrial and academic circles, as a must on every working desk. Its reliability is fully backed up by authoritative analysis. The Yearbook has been beautifully published and moderately priced. A highly commendable Yearbook of 1995 industrial statistics.’
– Rajinder Kunmar, Marketing and Management News

‘This yearbook is a thorough compilation of manufacturing and industrial statistics in the countries of the world. The book is handy for those in need of such information and is easy to use.’
– Barbara E. Brown, American Reference Books
Contents
Contents: Introduction Appendices Part I: Summary Tables Section 1.1 The Manufacturing Sector Section 1.2 The Manufacturing Branches Part II: Country Tables
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