Bridging measurement challenges and analytical needs of external statistics: evolution or revolution?
Irving Fisher Committee
No 52 in IFC Bulletins from Bank for International Settlements
Date: 2020 Written 2020-10
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Chapters in this book:
- Asymmetries along the chain of round-tripping investment
- Krzysztof Makowski
- Bilateral capital flows: gravity, push, and pull
- Rogelio Mercado
- Central banks and external statistics: evolution or revolution?
- Paula Menezes, Fausto Pastoris, Carmen Picon-Aguilar, Martin Schmitz, Nuno Silva and Bruno Tissot
- Changes in the structure of multinational groups – a challenge for external statistics compilers
- Nadia Accoto, Giuseppina Marocchi and Silvia Sabatini
- Developing an extended and more agile external accounts program
- Jennifer Withington
- Differences in measuring FDI: do they matter for our economic conclusions?
- Konstantin Wacker
- Double-entry bookkeeping and the balance of payments: the need for a substantial, conceptual reform
- Edoardo Beretta and Alvaro Cencini
- Early Warning System (EWS) informative flow weaknesses and opportunities – the Italian experience
- Chiara Orsini and Simone Ambroselli
- Empowering external statistics – how to deal with blurred data sources?
- Ana Mitreska, Sultanija Bojcheva-Terzijan, Dejan Stankov and Boban Neshkovikj
- Foreign direct investment – using network analysis to understand the position of Portugal in a global FDI network
- Filipa Lima, Flávio Pinheiro, João Falcão Silva and Pedro Matos
- Foreign exchange derivatives and currency mismatch in Irish investment funds
- Benedetta Bianchi and Giovanna Bua
- Globalisation and communication – addressing user needs and making our external economy data more comprehensible
- Caroline Bo and Casper Winther
- Globalisation and the reach of multinationals: implications for portfolio exposures, capital flows, and home bias
- Carol Bertaut, Beau Bressler and Stephanie Curcuru
- International integration and statistical challenges: the intersection between policy and measurement needs
- Paul Austin, Gabriel Quirós-Romero and Jennifer Ribarsky
- Introductory speech
- Carlos da Silva Costa
- Issues in the compilation and analysis of remittances in BPM6
- Blessing Adada Gaiya
- Luxembourg, the chain of direct investment ownership and the residence principle
- Paul Feuvrier
- Macroprudential liquidity stress tests using BIS locational banking statistics
- Nikolaos Georgiopoulos and Carnell Lambert
- Measuring digital trade in bop – a supplementary estimate of private households’ digital purchases using internet data
- Annette Meinusch and Benny Hessel
- Need for new satellite accounts in international accounts statistics
- Mher Barseghyan
- On the re-evaluation of the air transport activity in a globalised environment
- Marios Papaspyrou
- Revisiting the income balance. What makes EU tax havens different?
- Duncan Van Limbergen
- Special purpose entities: a visit outside of the common set of residency and economic ownership
- Péter Bánhegyi
- The advantages of data sharing: the use of mirror data and administrative data to improve the estimation of household assets/liabilities
- Daniel Sánchez
- The analytical contribution of external statistics: addressing the challenges
- Philip R. Lane
- The system of the presentations of the external sector statistics, strategy and the way of future development
- Natalia Kupriianova and Nataliya Osiptsova
- The weight of a Libra: are stablecoins a new challenge for external statistics compilers?
- Alessandro Croce, Marco Langiulli and Giuseppina Marocchi
- Understanding the presence of MNEs in Ireland as an end user
- Jenny Osborne-Kinch, Caroline Mehigan and Maria Woods
- What value added in the trade balances of euro area financial centres?
- Virginia Di Nino and Anna Ekstam
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