Abbreviations (1/12) - Grouped by first letter "i"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "i": IAOS, IASS, IATA, ...

International Association for Official Statistics
International Association for Statistical Computing

International Air Transport Association
International Civil Aviation Organisation
Indicative Crop Classification
International standard Classification of all Goods and Services

International Conference of Labour Statisticians
International standard Classification of Status in Employment
Information and Communication Technologies
The list of ICT sector activities was decided on the basis of the following set of principles. For manufacturing industries, the products of a candidate ...
International Crime Victim Survey
Construct that contains structures capable of providing identity to an object.
An identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more ...
Identification is the association of a particular record within a set of data with a particular population unit.
Those personal data that allow direct identification of the data subject, and which are needed for the collection, checking and matching of the data, but ...
A dataset that contains formal identifiers.
Synonym of key.
This risk is defined as the probability that an intruder identifies at least one respondent in the disseminated microdata. This identification may lead to ...
Within the ESSnet Admin Data, this term is used to refer to those variables that allow direct identification of the administrative unit and which are needed ...
Sequence of characters, capable of uniquely identifying that with which it is associated, within a specified context.
"Identifying variable" means a variable in the data records in a data source or any list of statistical units which is used - to evaluate whether the data ...
LEGAL UNITS - The identity number of the legal unit can either be specific to the statistical business register, or an external one, common or shared with ...
A test under the axiomatic approach that requires that, if each and every price remains unchanged between the two periods, the price index must equal unity.
An average price aggregation method similar to the GK method (Geary-Khamis method). It was used in the 2005 ICP (International comparison programme) ...
Unlawfully adopting a child and/or unlawfully arranging, facilitating or controlling a child for the purposes of adoption.
Unlawful death of a foetus intentionally procured or conducted by a person.
Person who deals or trades in illegal firearms.
Gambling in which operators do not comply with the national law of the country where the services are offered, provided those national laws are in ...
Illegal logging is the harvesting of timber in contravention of the laws and regulations of the country of harvest.
Illegal production is the production of goods or services whose sale, distribution or possession is forbidden by law, and production activities that are ...
Unlawful detainment of a person or persons against their will (including through the use of force; threat; fraud or enticement), where the person is not ...
The birth of a child to a mother who, according to national law or customs, was not married at the time of the birth. This term should not be used to ...
Procuring a significant increase in the assets of a public or private official which cannot be reasonably explained in relation to their lawful income.
International transfer of firearms without government authorization.
Unlawful sale, distribution, delivery, brokerage, transport, import, export or possession of cultural property.
An illiterate person is a person who cannot, with understanding, both read and write a short, simple statement on his everyday life. Hence, a person capable ...
International Labour Organization
ILO current activity status (at the time of the interview) is a constructed index based on activity concepts defined by the International Labour ...
A representation of a part of the Earth’s surface. However, an image is usually produced using an optical or electronic sensing device. For instance, ...
International Monetary Fund
An adjustment program in a member country of the IMF. An IMF-supported program is a detailed economic program that is based on an analysis of the economic ...
Agreement between the IMF and a member country on the basis of which the IMF provides financial assistance to a member country seeking to redress its ...
When a country joins IMF, it is assigned a quota that fits into the structure of existing quotas considered in the light of the member's economic ...
Immediate owner or first shot is the first enterprise outside the Member States in an affiliate ownership chain that has an ownership of more than 50% of ...
Either non-nationals arriving from abroad or nationals returning from abroad with the intention of residing in the country for a certain period. This period ...
Immigrating investors are foreigners granted the right to long-term residence on the condition that they invest a minimum amount in the country of ...
The action by which a person establishes his or her usual residence in the territory of a Member State for a period that is, or is expected to be, of at ...
Immunisation coverage has been defined as the proportion of a population (or sub-population, however defined) that has been vaccinated.
Rendering a person or animal immune to certain infections by the process of injecting either antigen or a serum containing specific antibodies.
According to the old version of the International Classification of Impairments, Disabilities and Handicaps (ICIDH) from WHO, an impairment is any loss or ...

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