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					International seminar Astana
      November 2008
 Use of statistical business register for
 register-based statistics
                     By
    Svein Gåsemyr, Statistics Norway
Use of statistical business register
for register-based statistics
ID numbers of administrative BR
Administrative sources
Statistical processes
Use of linked files at unit level
The unit of job
Employment and Labour Force
Job file as the forth base register
Population and Housing Census
Register-based business statistics
Use of statistical business register
for register-based statistics
Different ID numbers in the statistical
Business Register and administrative
sources results in very limited register-based
Statistics.

I will base the presentation on use of
common and obliged enterprise ID number
Statistics based on a single
administrative source
Examples could be statistics on foreign
trade, value added tax data, annual
enterprise accounts
Processes for a single source of
administrative data
Reception of data at the statistical institution

Link to the statistical Business Register (BR)

Control

Use of core variables from BR
Statistics of a single source of
administrative data - examples

 Foreign trade

 Use of value added tax data

 Annual enterprise accounts
Examples of use of administrative
data that are linked at unit level

Employment statistics based on the job file

Labour force statistics

Register-based micro file for
Population and Housing Census
The unit of job

Definition of the unit of job

Identification of the unit of job

Variables of the unit of job

The job file as the forth base register
Definition of the unit of job

The unit of job is defined in the SNS –
System of National Accounts
Identification of the unit of job

The unit of job is identified by two units

  The employed person and
  The work place (or enterprise/employer)

The unit of job represent a link between the
Population register and the Business Register
Variables of the unit of job
The unit of job represent 3 units: i) person,
ii) workplace and iii) the unit of job as such
Variables of the unit of job
The unit of job consist of 3 units:
 person
 work place
 the unit of job as such

Examples of variables that are related to
person: age, sex, residence, educational
attainment
Variables of the unit of job II
Examples of variables that are related to the
work place: NACE code, sector, size group
and address

Examples of variables that are related to the
unit of job: occupation, hours worked, wage
or salary
Employment and Labour Force
An employed person is active in an
employee job, a self-employed job or as
family worker.

The Labour Force consist of employed and
unemployed persons

Labour Force statistics are usually based on the
Labour Force Sample Survey (LFS)
Data sources for the unit of job and
spell of unemployment
The Labour Force Sample Survey

Administrative data:
 employee job files - Social Security or
 Social Fund
 self-employed jobs – Tax Agency
 family workers – no sources
Data sources II
It is not usual to publish register-based
Labour Force statistics, but linked files at the
unit of person of jobs and spell of
unemployment are very useful

Consistency – administrative data – the LFS
Utilizing the unit of job to describe
the staff of an enterprise

Since the unit of job register both PIN (ID
number of person) and BIN (ID number of
the work place) register- based variables
can be linked to the staff of an enterprise.

And – variables of an enterprise can be
linked to the unit of person
The job file as the forth base
register

The unit of job constitute a link at unit level
for the Population Register and the Business
Registers
Register-based Population and
Housing Census

Census micro file

The strategy role of Census micro file

Reference period
Census micro file
Strategy role of Census micro file
Census file and base registers
Register-based business statistics

				
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