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[IWS] Eurostat: EUROSTAT-OECD METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE FOR DEVELOPING PRODUCER PRICE INDICES FOR SERVICES [16 January 2015]

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European Commission

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EUROSTAT-OECD METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE FOR DEVELOPING PRODUCER PRICE INDICES FOR SERVICES [16 January 2015]

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-manuals-and-guidelines/-/KS-04-14-661

or

http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3859598/6485893/KS-04-14-661-EN-N.pdf/f8f5d9d6-50c4-4fa1-9322-c9c00a6377fd

[full-text, 439 pages]

 

This second edition of the joint Eurostat-OECD Methodological Guide for Developing Producer Price Indices for Services (SPPI Guide) provides recommendations on numerous service-specific aspects of the compilation of producer price indices and adds detailed descriptions of the SPPI measurement for a wide range of individual service industries.

 

CONTENTS

Producer Price Indices for Services

Part I. Methodological aspects

Chapter 1. General aspects of Service Producer Price Indices compilation

Chapter 2. Main pricing methods for Service Producer Price Indices

Chapter 3. Practical aspects of the development process

Part II. Producer Price Indices for specific service industries

Chapter 4. Waste management

Chapter 5. Wholesale and retail trade services

Chapter 6. Transportation and storage

Chapter 7. Accommodation and food service activities

Chapter 8. Information and telecommunication

Chapter 9. Financial and insurance activities

Chapter 10. Real estate activities

Chapter 11. Professional, scientific and technical activities

Chapter 12. Administrative and support service activities

Chapter 13. Human health activities

Annex A. Classification systems by industry

Annex B. Classification systems by product

Glossary

 

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