United Nations Industrial Development Organization: Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database
Title: United Nations Industrial Development Organization: Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database , 1981 -
Abstract: The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) Demand Supply Databases contain data broken down by country, industry and year for on the following variables:
- domestic output (refers to the domestic output produced by the establishments covered by annual industrial surveys. It is measured as census output in most cases)
- imports from the world (valued at c.i.f. prices. For several countries these include imports for re-exports)
- exports to the world (valued at f.o.b. prices. For several countries these include re-exports)
- apparent consumption (output + imports - exports)
- imports from industrialized countries
- imports from developing countries
- exports to industrialized countries
- exports to developing countries
All the variables are measured in current US dollars. UNIDO converts from national currency into current U.S. dollars using the average period exchange rates as given in the IMF International Financial Statistics (IFS) under series rf.
The databanks are built around the International Standard Industries Classification (ISIC) code system, which classifies industry broadly along product lines (such as food, textiles, iron and steel). The Demand Supply Data are produced at the most detailed 4-digit level of ISIC.
Access data: http://esds80.mcc.ac.uk/wds_unido/ (See Access Conditions below)
Dataset user guide: Guide to UNIDO data
Citation: The bibliographic citation for the databases is: United Nations Industrial Development Organization (<YYYY>):
Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database (<Edition/date of dataset>). Mimas, University of Manchester. DOI: <edition specific doi
- e.g. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/unido/idsb/yyyy.
Edition: You will be able to access the 2006 edition of UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply Balance Database at UK Data Service. If you wish to access a
previous edition of the data, please contact the UK Data Service directly using the UK Data Service help pages.
Previous editions released by ESDS International:
UNIDO INDSTAT2, 2012 edition released 25 June 2012. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/unido/indstat2/2012
UNIDO INDSTAT4, 2012 edition, released 25 June 2012. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/unido/indstat4/2012>
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply, 2012 edition, released 25 June 2012. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/unido/idsb/2012
UNIDO INDSTAT2, 2011 edition released 18 July 2011
UNIDO Industrial Statistics, 2011 edition, released 18 July 2011
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply, 2011 edition, released 18 July 2011. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/unido/idsb/2011
UNIDO INDSTAT2 released 13 October 2010
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2010 edition, released 25 August 2010
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2010 edition, released 25 August 2010
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2009 edition, released 8th February 2010
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2008 edition, released 26th February 2009
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2009 edition, released 8th February 2010
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2008 edition, released 26th February 2009
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2007 edition, released 23 August 2007
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2007 edition, released 23 August 2007
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2006 edition, released 25 August 2006
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2006 edition, released 25 August 2006
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2005 edition, released 20 December 2005
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2005 edition, released 20 December 2005
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2004 edition, released November 2004
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2004 edition, released November 2004
UNIDO Industrial Statistics 2003 edition first made available via ESDS International
in November 2003
UNIDO Industrial Demand Supply 2003 edition first made available via ESDS
International in November 2003
Publisher: UK Data Service, Mimas
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