INDSTAT2, ISIC Revision 3
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INDSTAT2 is the largest industrial statistics database of its kind. Unlike others presented by different classification standards for different time periods, INDSTAT2 provides data by a single classification standard for more than 40 years, which makes it particularly valuable for long-term structural analysis. As with INDSTAT4, INDSTAT2 presents data for seven principle indicators (number of establishments, employment, wages and salaries, output, value added, gross fixed capital formation and number of female employees). The value figures are presented in current prices. The database includes the index numbers of industrial production, which show the real growth of the volume of production by 2-digit of ISIC Rev. 3.

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Bibliographic citation:
United Nations Industrial Development Organization: INDSTAT2 Rev. 3 Industrial Statistics Database (2019 Edition). UK Data Service. https://doi.org/10.5257/unido/ind2/2019

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Update schedule: Annual

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Start: 1963
End: 2017

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World

INDSTAT2, ISIC Revision 3Abstract

INDSTAT2 is the largest industrial statistics database of its kind. Unlike others presented by different classification standards for different time periods, INDSTAT2 provides data by a single classification standard for more than 40 years, which makes it particularly valuable for long-term structural analysis. As with INDSTAT4, INDSTAT2 presents data for seven principle indicators (number of establishments, employment, wages and salaries, output, value added, gross fixed capital formation and number of female employees). The value figures are presented in current prices. The database includes the index numbers of industrial production, which show the real growth of the volume of production by 2-digit of ISIC Rev. 3.

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Bibliographic citation:
United Nations Industrial Development Organization: INDSTAT2 Rev. 3 Industrial Statistics Database (2019 Edition). UK Data Service. https://doi.org/10.5257/unido/ind2/2019

Source Periodicity

Yearly

Reference period

Start: 1963
End: 2017

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Update schedule: Annual

Geographic coverage

World