Country Course on Labour Accounts

14-18 October 2019 | Perak, Malaysia

Objectives

The main objective of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills of participants on the compilation of labour accounts. Australian labour accounts and issues that are encountered during compilation will be used as a case study. Malaysia’s data will be used as an exercise on the compilation of labour accounts for one of the quadrants.
Concept Note
Daily Programme

Materials
Module 1. Labour Accounts

• Background, sources and methodologies in Labour Statistics
• What is a Labour Account?
• Importance of integrated framework

 

Introducing Labour Accounts

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Labour Account –Module 1

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Module 2. ILO and SNA Approaches

• ILO and SNA approaches in definition of employment
• General Aspects in Labour Accounts and Decent Work Indicators
• Two approaches used in compilation of Labour Accounts

 

Labour Account –General Aspects1

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Module 3. Group Exercise

• Purpose and Uses of Labour Accounts
• Example of Australian uses of a Labour Accounts

 

Labour Account –Module 3

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Labour Account –Work group Exercise

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Module 4. Integration Process with case studies

First Step: Definition of the model and of the identity equations

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Second Step: Harmonization of definitions and classifications in source statistics, achievement of full coverage

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Third Step: Minimization of measurement errors; Fourth Step: Balancing

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Module 5. Case Study: Australia

Australian Labour accounts framework and concepts

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Australian Labour Accounts sources and methodologies • Difficulties encountered during compilation • Discussion

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Module 6. Practical exercise

First & Second Steps

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Steps to be taken in the integration process in Malaysia

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Module 7. Present outcomes from previous day’s session

Balancing approach

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Balancing a Labour Account an Australian example

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Module 8

The Plan

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