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  • Disability-Free Life Expectancy by Upper Tier Local Authority: England 2009-11 and comparison with 2006-08 24-Jul-2014
    Comparison of disability-free life expectancy estimates between local authorities in 2009-11 with regional breakdowns by sex, at birth and at age 65. Change over time between 2006-08 and 2009-11 is discussed for both regions and upper tier local authorities.
  • Measuring Social Capital 18-Jul-2014
    Proposed headline measures of social capital for intended use in policy development and research. Part of the ONS Measuring National Well-being programme. ONS will continue to develop the measures responding to feedback from users and experts.
  • Disability-Free Life Expectancy by Upper Tier Local Authority: England 2008-10 01-May-2014
    Disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) for males and females at birth and age 65 for England, Regions, Counties, Unitary Authorities and London boroughs 2008-10
  • Measuring National Well-being: Economic Well-being 07-Apr-2014
    ONS sets out a set of seven measures in addition to GDP to assess UK economic well-being, while considering ways in which GDP falls short as such a measure.
  • Measuring National Well-being - Domains and Measures - September 2013 24-Sep-2013
    This article is published as part of the ONS Measuring National Well-being Programme. The programme aims to produce accepted and trusted measures of the well-being of the nation - how the UK as a whole is doing. The article outlines the latest changes to the measures of national well-being and is part of the ongoing refinement of measures.
  • Inequality in Disability-Free Life Expectancy by Area Deprivation: England, 2003–06 and 2007–10 25-Jul-2013
    Estimates of health expectancy by administrative greography and area-based measures of deprivation, using a number of data sources including the census, national surveys, population estimates and death registrations over a range of time periods. These estimates are used to detect geographical inequalities in health expectancy and inequalities between relatively advantaged and disadvantaged populations, which support policy development and monitoring of ineqaulities over time.

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