The ESCoE Discussion Paper Series is a repository for research papers concerned with best practice economic statistics and measurement and research into new methods of measurement in the modern economy. Professor Richard J Smith is the ESCoE Discussion Paper editor; you can read our discussion paper submission policy here: ESCoE Discussion Paper Series

June 2018
UK Regional Nowcasting using a Mixed Frequency Vector Autoregressive Model” (ESCoE DP-2018-07)
by Gary Koop, Stuart McIntyre and James Mitchell

May 2018
Below the Aggregate: A Sectoral Account of the UK Productivity Puzzle” (ESCoE DP-2018-06)
by Rebecca Riley, Ana Rincon-Aznar and Lea Samek
ESCoE-DP-2018-06 Summary

March 2018
Imputation of Pension Accruals and Investment Income in Survey Data” (ESCoE DP-2018-05)
by Andrew Aitken and Martin Weale

Classifying Occupations according to their Skill Requirements in Job Advertisements” (ESCoE DP-2018-04)
by Jyldyz Djumalieva, Antonio Lima and Cath Sleeman

A Data Map of Existing UK Data Sources Related to Regional Trade” (ESCoE DP-2018-03)
by Alastair Greig, Katerina Lisenkova and Graeme Roy

February 2018
A Democratic Measure of Household Income Growth: Theory and Application to the United Kingdom” (ESCoE DP-2018-02)
by Andrew Aitken and Martin Weale

January 2018
Reconciled Trade Flow Estimates Using an FGLS Estimator” (ESCoE DP-2018-01)
by Thomas Baranga

December 2017
A Comparison of Approaches to Deflating Telecoms Services Output” (ESCoE DP-2017-04)
by Mo Abdirahman, Diane Coyle, Richard Heys and Will Stewart

Measuring the “Free” Digital Economy within the GDP and Productivity Accounts” (ESCoE DP-2017-03)
by Leonard Nakamura, Jon Samuels and Rachel Soloveichik

October 2017
The Mystery of TFP” (ESCoE DP-2017-02)
by Nick Oulton

June 2017
Do-it-yourself digital: the production boundary and the productivity puzzle” (ESCoE DP-2017-01)
by Diane Coyle

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