Abbreviations (1/17) - Grouped by first letter "p"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "p": p% rule, Paasche - Laspeyres spread, Paasche index, ...

This rule states that a cell, contained in a table of magnitudes, is at risk if the value for any contributor can be calculated to within a given ...
The ratio of the Paasche type index to the Laspeyres type index in a binary comparison. Usually the Paasche index is lower than the Laspeyres index. In ...

In the Paasche index formula the price of a commodity at a given month is multiplied by the quantity at the current period.
The is an index formula used in price statistics for measuring the price development of the basket of goods and services that is consumed in the current ...
A PPP (Purchasing power parity) for a basic heading or an aggregate between two countries, country B and country A, where the reference country is country A ...
A Paasche volume index is the harmonic average of volume relatives using the values of the later period as weights.

In postal statistics, a place at which only stamps can be bought can, depending on local practice, include: - automatic vending machines at shopping centres ...
Cartons, boxes, cases, bags and other packing containers, of paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding or webs of cellulose fibres; box files, letter trays, and ...
Gas other than air, introduced into a container before, during or after the placing of a foodstuff in that container.
Paper or paperboard mainly used for wrapping and packaging purposes. Products in this category are generally manufactured in strips or rolls of a width ...
See: Employment
Paid employment jobs are those jobs where the incumbents hold explicit (written or oral) or implicit employment contracts which give them a basic ...
Paid hours covered normal and overtime hours, remunerated during the reference period. Hours not worked during the reference period but nevertheless paid ...
Flat-rate or earnings-related payments intended to compensate the protected person in full or in part for the loss of earnings caused by temporary inability ...
Raised platform, intended to facilitate the lifting and stacking of goods. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the Transport ...
Ship with dimensions that allow it to pass through the Panama canal: maximum length
295 m, maximum beam overall 32.25 m, maximum draught 13.50 m.
A remotely sensed image that records the signal in a broad range of the electromagnetic spectrum, similar to a black-and-white photograph.
Subset of units that are repeatedly sampled over two or more iterations of a longitudinal survey.
Panel duration means the number of years over which sample persons, once selected into the sample, belong to the panel to obtain or compile longitudinal ...
Survey where elements are followed over time.
A Eurostat reference database - includes profiles and analysis of over 25 major industrial sectors, the current market forces affecting them, environmental ...
This is an aggregate category. It covers the sum of graphic papers; sanitary and household papers; packaging materials and other paper and paperboard. It ...
Traditional interviewing method whereby enumerators interview the respondents and data is collected by the enumerators using paper questionnaires.
"Paper" is a method of data collection without the assistance of an interviewer.
Data about the process by which surveys are filled in.
Paraffin waxes are saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons. These waxes are residues extracted when dewaxing lubricant oils. They have a crystalline structure ...
Using two or more modes at the same time, e.g. letting the respondent choose his preferred mode.
Method used to compute demographic rates of a certain demographic event, e.g. death or giving birth. The numerator consists of all persons who were born in ...
Method used to compute demographic rates of a certain demographic event, e.g. death or giving birth. The numerator consists of all persons who were born in ...
Process of soaking in water and subjecting to a heat treatment so that the starch is fully gelatinised, followed by a drying process
Any piece of land of one land tenure type, entirely surrounded by other land, water, road, forest or other features not forming part of the holding or ...
a) Inward investment The parent company of an affiliate under foreign control in a compiling country is the first foreign investor outside the borders of ...
A parent corporation is one, which controls more than half of the shareholders' voting power in another corporation, or is a shareholder in another ...
See: Legal unit
Chick intended for the production of utility chicks.
Abduction of a minor by a parent who does not have exclusive custody.
Benefit paid to either mother or father in case of interruption of work or reduction of working time in order to bring up a child, normally of young age. ...
An informal group of creditor governments that has met regularly in Paris since 1956 to reschedule bilateral debts; the French treasury provides the ...
Treaty, administered by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), for the protection of industrial intellectual property, i.e. patents, utility ...
"Parity" means the number of previous live births or stillbirths (0, 1, 2, 3 or more previous live births or stillbirths)
Conditional release of a prisoner whereby the individual is allowed to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison, assuming that all the terms ...
This variable describes the part of the body injured. The current 2 digit version of the classification of "part of body injured", introduced from the ...
For capital goods with long delivery periods, such as ships, the purchaser may make part-payments to the builder or exporter while the good is being ...
Part-time (PT) S&T personnel are defined as "those personnel who devote only part of their working time to a given scientific and technological activity". ...
For the purpose of statistics on the structure of earnings the following definition is used: Part-time employees are considered to be those who, in ...
This conversion is to be carried out either directly by the enterprises or local units making returns or by the national statistical institutes on the basis ...
A person whose study load is less than that of a full-time student and who consequently will require a longer period of time to complete an equivalent ...
A person whose statutory working hours are less than those required of a full-time teacher.
At ISCED levels 2 or 3 only, the successful completion of a programme in a sequence within the given level which meets the content, minimum duration (2 ...

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