26 publications that are related to Output , sorted by release date
Early experimental data and analysis on economic activity and social change in the UK. These real-time indicators are created using rapid response surveys, novel data sources and experimental methods.
Allweddeiriau: business impacts, latest indicators, realtimeindicators, cost of living, consumer spending
Movements in the volume of production for the UK production industries: manufacturing, mining and quarrying, energy supply, and water and waste management.
Allweddeiriau: GDP, growths, IoP, sectors, manufacturing
Movements in the volume of output for the UK services industries. Figures are seasonally adjusted.
Allweddeiriau: national accounts, economic growth, IOS, gross domestic product output approach, GDP(O)
Planned work, as well as timeline estimates, for projects feeding into a new a measure of “inclusive income”, aligned with the concept of “inclusive wealth”.
Allweddeiriau: inclusive, income, wealth, gdp, spectrum, CurrentAndUpcomingWork, current and upcoming work
Feasibility of using administrative data sources for UK digital economy research: May 2022 (Latest release)Exploring the use of administrative data sources to help produce value estimates of the digital economy.
Allweddeiriau: Digital, Trade, Admin, Economy
An assessment of the feasibility of measuring non-market education output on a subnational basis using our preferred national accounts approach.
Allweddeiriau: school, local, Public, Regional, GVA
This article provides the working definitions of the intangible assets for which the ONS publishes experimental estimates of investment in the market sector and own account production. In addition, we present experimental estimates of investment in intangible assets by industry at the Standard Industrial Classification 2007 (SIC) Division level.
Firms and industries where turnover was resilient during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic (Latest release)Industries and firms that saw growth or relatively small falls in turnover during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Allweddeiriau: economicreview, resilient
The economic toll of lockdown has been lower in autumn and winter 2020 and early 2021 than it was in spring 2020, with people adapting their behaviours and spending habits and businesses making changes to working practices.
Allweddeiriau: coronavirus, COVID-19, lockdown, economic activity, business, spending
A roundup of the latest data and analysis on the UK economy, business and jobs following Brexit and during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Allweddeiriau: economy, business, jobs, coronavirus, COVID-19, Brexit, roundup