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Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989. [iii], 653 p.This edition of WORLD TABLES updates the core socioeconomic indicators used by the World Bank and given in the 1987 edition; it adds topical pages and a related explanatory text. It disseminates, with little delay, country estimates used by the Bank in its dialogue about economic and social trends in developing countries, which emphasizes Bank borrowers. Data for industrial market economies are based on reports of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the International Monetary Fund. National publications are used for the remaining Bank members. Country time series are also used by the Bank to measure trends in groups of countries. The topical pages cover gross national product per capita, gross national income per capita, private consumption per capita, gross domestic investment per capita, gross national income, gross domestic product (GDP), agriculture's contribution to GDP, industry's contribution to GDP, services' contribution to GDP, total consumption's contribution to GDP, gross domestic investment, gross domestic savings, private consumption, balance of payments, value of merchandise imports, growth of merchandise imports, value of merchandise exports, and growth of merchandise exports.
Luxembourg, STATEC, 1987 Dec. xx, 529 p.The 1987/88 Statistical Yearbook of Luxembourg contains data on a wide variety of topics organized into 23 chapters with data on economic and noneconomic topics specific to Luxembourg and a final chapter with a series of international comparisons. Each of the chapters and many of the tables and graphs contain introductory notes and explanations. The work opens with a listing of basic statistics followed by chapters on territory and climate and on population. The chapter on population includes subsections on evolution of the total population, the active population, natural movement of the population, migratory movement, and housing and households. The major section on economic statistics includes chapters on national accounts, agriculture and forestry, industry, artisanry, services, banks and credit, public finances, income and social security, consumption and prices, research and external economic relations. The section on noneconomic statistics includes chapters on accidents, anthropometry, culture and education, environment, justice, names and surnames of the national population, politics, religion, health, and sports.