14 publications that are related to Output , sorted by release date
Monthly movements in output for the services industries.
Keywords: national accounts, economic growth, IOS, gross domestic product output approach, GDP(O)
Movements in the volume of production for the UK production industries: manufacturing, mining and quarrying, energy supply, and water and waste management. Figures are seasonally adjusted.
Keywords: GDP, growths, IoP, sectors
The indicators use big, closer-to-real-time datasets of activity and are available up to one month in advance of official estimates of gross domestic product.
Keywords: economy, VAT, traffic, data science, big data
This article looks at how the UK economy has changed since the 1970s, looking at the main macroeconomic variables including changes in output and the labour market.
Keywords: GDP, Employment, Inflation, Trade, Economy
Changes to the UK services sector from 2008 to 2018 including the differences between public sector-dominated sections and the rest of the sector.
Keywords: Index of Services, IoS, Public sector, financial, recession
ONS produces valuations of a wide range of topic areas, such as the environment (natural capital), the workforce (human capital), health output, and pensions. Each of these areas applies a discount factor to convert future returns into present day values.
Keywords: Discount, Rates, Valuations, Ramsey, Formula
A summary of the short-term indicators published in early June 2018.
Keywords: retail, STEI, trade, production, construction, manufacturing
Volume index of UK capital services (experimental): estimates to Quarter 2 (Apr to Jun) 2017 (Latest release)A measure of capital input to economic production which takes account of the quality and use of the capital stock across time and different types of assets.
Keywords: Capital, Productivity, VICS, MFP, QALI
A proposed working definition of the UK sharing economy and a framework for identifying its businesses.
Keywords: collaborative consumption, peer-to-peer, access economy, gig economy, data science
A comparison of key economic and socio-economic data is provided for the 6 combined authorities of Greater Manchester, Liverpool, Peterborough and Cambridgeshire, Tees Valley, West Midlands and West of England as well as each of the constituent local authorities within them