Definition: Good statistical practice
General concept; Peer reviews
A process or a methodology that represents the most effective way of achieving a specific objective, namely the collection, processing and dissemination of high quality statistics. In other terms, a good practice is one that has been proven to work well and produce good results, and is therefore recommended as a model.
Based on SDC Knowledge Management Toolkit, “Identifying and Sharing Good Practices” (2004), quoted in FAO Knowledge Forum, last consulted 8th May 2013