|Title||Author||Date of issue|
|A user guide to key statistics in Public Service Productivity Estimates: Total Public Services, 2010 (13.8 Kb Pdf)||ONS||Apr 2013|
|Methods change in Public Service Productivity Estimates: Total Public Service 2010 (236 Kb Word document)||ONS||Mar 2013|
|A user guide to key statistics in Public Service Productivity Estimates (21.6 Kb Pdf)||ONS||Dec 2012|
This article summarises the main changes being introduced in this year's Public Service Productivity Estimates: Healthcare 2010. It provides information on the three main changes to data sources and methods, and outlines the main sources of data revisions.
Public Service Productivity Estimates: Education (313.6 Kb Pdf)
This article describes the Sources & Methods which ONS uses to calculate estimates of output, inputs and productivity for publicly funded education.
Worked Example - Public Service Productivity Estimates: Education (537 Kb Excel sheet)
Nowcasting healthcare output
(419.6 Kb Pdf)
This article explores new methodologies of nowcasting the output of publicly funded healthcare on both a quarterly and annual basis.
|Adam Jurd and Daniel Ayoubkhani, ONS||Jun 2012|
Quality adjustment of public service health output: current method
(152.2 Kb Pdf)
This article describes the method ONS currently uses to quality-adjust healthcare output. This measure is incorporated into estimates of healthcare productivity only. It is not included within the UK National Accounts.
Public service productivity estimates: treatment of unmeasured output
(172.3 Kb Pdf)
This article summarises how ONS currently treats areas of spending that have no direct output measures. Some alternative approaches are described and conclusions drawn.
Methods changes in Public Service Productivity estimates: education 2010
(74.9 Kb Pdf)
Related link: Education productivity increases for second year running
|A methodology for valuing statistical benefits (235 Kb Pdf)||Gavin Wallis, ONS||2006|
Articles and documents relating to measuring the public sector (also see UKCeMGA).