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Household Satellite Accounts
Department: Office for National Statistics
Statistics on unpaid household production, assigning monetary values to the goods and services produced for their own consumption and in the voluntary sector.
Households and families participation in the labour market
Department: Office for National Statistics
Article explaining the estimates in the annual Work and worklessness bulletin and some additional analysis.
Households and the Labour Market for local areas
Department: Office for National Statistics
Subnational information about working-age households and the adults and children living in them, by household economic status. Uses January to December 2008 APS data.
Households that have never worked
Department: Office for National Statistics
Analysis of households containing no-one who has ever worked
How effective are taxes and benefits in reducing inequality in the UK
Department: Office for National Statistics
An analysis of the effectiveness of taxes and benefits in reducing household inequality between 1980 and 2009/10.
How indirect taxes can be regressive and progressive
Department: Office for National Statistics
An analysis of how UK household indirect taxes can be both regressive and progressive depending on whether the distribution of households were ranked according to their disposable income, or their expenditure.
Human Capital Estimates
Department: Office for National Statistics
Valuation of the knowledge, skills, competencies and attributes of individuals that facilitate the creation of personal, social and economic well-being in the UK.
ICT Activity of UK Businesses
Department: Office for National Statistics
ICT Activity of UK Businesses - It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do I.T.
ICT Activity of UK Businesses
Department: Office for National Statistics
This release provides estimates of the values of e-commerce and the adoption and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) by UK businesses. The source of the information is the E-commerce Survey of UK Businesses.
Impact of the Recession on the Labour Market
Department: Office for National Statistics
Article on the impact of the recession on the labour market