B. POPULATION AND SOCIAL PROCESSES

B1. Population

Within the context of population statistics routine revisions of statistical data concern:

- short-term statistical data revision after receipt of additional administrative data;

  • Example: when publishing the quarterly data on changes in the number of population, the monthly data of this quarter are corrected.

- revision of statistical data on time period between two Population and Housing Censuses, basing on the compiled information acquired in the running Census.

  • Example: after the publication of running Population and Housing Census data the information on the time period between two Censuses were recalculated, revising the annual data published prior.

B2. Employment and unemployed

Routine revisions are not made.

B3. Occupied posts and job vacancies, hours paid

Within the context of occupied post and job vacancy, hours paid statistics routine revisions of statistical data concern:

- revision of the published higher aggregation level data, adding more detailed aggregation level information.

  • Example: when the running quarterly data are published, the data on previous quarters of the same year are corrected. The revisions are necessary, because at the moment when the summaries are produced the information on merchants employing 1 - 6 persons does not include the administrative data on the last month of the quarter.

B4. Population income

Routine revisions are not made.

B5. Wages and salaries

Within the context of wages and salaries statistics routine revisions of statistical data concern:

- revision of the published higher aggregation level data, adding more detailed aggregation level information.

  • Example: when the running quarterly data are published, the data on previous quarters of the same year are corrected. The revisions are necessary, because at the moment when the summaries are produced the information on merchants employing 1 - 6 persons does not include the administrative data on the last month of the quarter.

B6. Structure of wages and salaries

Routine revisions are not made.

B7. Labour costs

Within the context of labour costs statistics routine revisions of statistical data concern:

 - revision of the published higher aggregation level data, adding more detailed aggregation level information;

  • Example: when the running quarterly data are published, the data on previous quarters of the same year are corrected. The revisions are necessary, because at the moment when the summaries are produced the information on merchants employing 1 - 6 persons does not include the administrative data on the last month of the quarter.

- revision of the published data, using the seasonal adjustment method;

  • Example: Labour Cost Index is revised every quarter, carrying out the seasonal adjustment of the data.

B8. Education

Routine revisions are not made.

B9. Monetary poverty and income inequality indicators

Routine revisions are not made.

B10. Household budget

Routine revisions are not made.

B11. Social security (ESSPROS)

Routine revisions are not made.

B12. Health care

Routine revisions are not made.

B13. Housing

Within the context of housing statistics routine revisions of statistical data concern:

- further revision of the published data after receipt of additional administrative data;

  • Example: when publishing the average square meter transaction value of the total floor space of the dwellings sold during the reference year, the data on the previous year are revised, because additional information from the State Land Service has been received.

- further revision of the published quarterly data, adding revised or more detailed information;

  • Example: when publishing the reference quarter data on average transaction sums of the dwellings sold, the data on two previous quarters are revised, because specified information from the State Land Service is received.