This section contains all indicators produced by integrating a multiplicity of official and non-official sources.
The focus is on phenomena under investigation rather than on statistical sources used to describe them. The key concept of this category of experimental statistics is “integration” of a plurality of sources in specific indicators. The sources can be all official, combined in an experimental way, or can include non-official sources.
The introduction of new indicators in experimental statistics is conditional on the assessment of their benefits, that is the opportunity of a better or more in-depth, or else, more comprehensive description of phenomena under investigation. Such benefits should outweigh the drawbacks related to their experimental nature and therefore to the theoretical framework, quality indicators and the other limitations mentioned in the methodological note.
Most of the new indicators are available in Italian language only.
Integration between data from register and sample surveys
Reference period: Year 2018|Date of last update: 17 March 2020
Istat proposes new indicators on sustainability spreading and orientation by the Italian business
Date of last update: 02 March 2020
Istat proposes a tool that groups the basic units of the classifications of occupations into a different conceptual structure
Date of last update: 26 March 2019
The inequality and wage differentials of the private sector by a plurality of analysis dimensions and distribution indicators
Reference period: Year 2014|Date of last update: 23 November 2018