MIP quality

Quality assurance of statistics underlying the Macroeconomic Imbalances Procedure (MIP) Scoreboard

For further details concerning the quality assurance framework, please refer to the below presentation or the dedicated page under Main topics (link).


Level 1 report

ESS – ESCB quality assessment report on statistics underlying the Macroeconomic Imbalances Procedure (2015; 2016; 2017; 2018)

Background

ESS-ESCB Communication on quality assurance on statistics underlying the MIP (link)

Final report of the CMFB Task Force on the quality of the statistics underlying the MIP indicators (link)

Road map for improving the quality of the statistics underlying the MIP indicators (link)


Level 2 reports

Balance of payments and international investment position statistics (ECB - 2018 edition, Eurostat - 2017 edition)

National accounts (Eurostat - 2018 edition), financial accounts (ECB - 2018 edition)

Housing Price Indicators (Eurostat - 2017 edition)

Labour Force Survey (Eurostat - 2017 edition)

Background

Memorandum of Understanding between Eurostat and the ECB/Directorate General Statistics on the quality assurance of statistics underlying the Macroeconomic Imbalances Procedure (link)

ECB DG-S / Eurostat explanatory note concerning the quality assurance of statistics underlying the Macroeconomic Imbalances Procedure (Eurostat link; ECB link)


Level 3 reports

National self-assessment reports on the quality of balance of payments and international investment position statistics

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National self-assessment reports on the quality of financial accounts statistics

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National self-assessment reports on the quality of Housing Price Statistics

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National self-assessment reports on the quality of the Labour Force Survey

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