Abbreviations (2/17) - Grouped by first letter "p"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "p" - Partial completion (of an ISCED level), Partial concurrent adjustment, Partial correlation, ...

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 ...
Partial concurrent adjustment means that the model, filters, outliers and calendar regression variables are re‐identified, usually, once a year, but that ...
Occurs where a category of one classification can be coded to two or more categories of other classifications.
Synonym of approximate disclosure.
Partial or approximate disclosure happens, if a user is able to determine an estimator Âi for an individual entity i whose variance satisfies the ...
See "Single-factor productivity"
Periodic payment of a portion of the full retirement pension to older workers who continue to work but reduce their working hours or whose income from a ...
Benefits compensating for the loss of wage or salary due to formal short-time working arrangements, and/or intermittent work schedules, irrespective of ...
Partial unit non-response: describes the situation where some but not all household members eligible and selected for the individual interview have been ...
Subset of the final sample with a specific follow-up plan. Usually the large units of the final sample.
Individuals who attend or take part in an educational programme, or stage or module thereof
Definition: The motive for participating in the congress is the ultimate reason impelling a person to turn up for the meeting called together by the ...
Definition: The profession of the participant is related to the work carried out during the congress. Main Categories: \ Legislators, senior officials and ...
Definition: The residence of the participant (town, region and country) can be regarded as the participant origin. If residence and nationality do not ...
Definition: The participant's function is the role the participant plays in the holding of the congress. If a participant performs various functions, he or ...
A participant in courses is a person who has taken part in one or more CVT courses at some time during the year. Each person should be counted once only, ...
Also known as a participating preference share. These are a type of preferred share where the investor has some entitlement to a share in the profits or a ...
Attendance in or undertaking an educational programme, or stage or module thereof
"Participation in cultural events" refers to going to the cinema, live performances, visiting cultural sites or attending live sports events, wherever these ...
Article 10 of Council Directive 91/674/EEC. Link to other variables:
Participation in investment pools are part of the variable Other financial investments ...
A panel manufactured from small pieces of wood or other ligno-cellulosic materials (for example, chips, flakes, splinters, strands, shreds, shives, etc.) ...
Partitioning records a transaction that is a single transaction from the perspective of the parties involved as two or more differently classified ...
Partitioning records a transaction that is a single transaction from the perspective of the parties involved as two or more differently classified ...
Milk powder with a milk fat content of more than 1,5 % and less than 26 % by weight of the product.
The partner economy is the country or economic zone which the reporting economy is in a foreign direct investment relationship with.
The partner Member State is the Member State of consignment, on arrival. This means the presumed Member State of dispatch in cases where goods enter ...
A durable working relationship with other parties on a commercial or a non-commercial basis to reach a common goal, thus creating added value for the ...
Group of Directors General of the National Statistical Institutes of the ESS (European Statistical System) whose mission is to further the development of ...
In principle they are all natural and legal persons , public administrations and institutions that sell goods abroad and obtain goods from abroad. They may ...
"Pass through funds" or "funds in transit" are funds that pass through an enterprise resident in one economy to an affiliate in another economy, so that the ...
Any person, excluding on-duty members of the flight and cabin crews, who makes a journey by air.
Infants in arms are included.
Scheduled or non-scheduled air service performed by aircraft carrying one or more revenue passengers and any flights listed in published timetables as open ...
Passenger-kilometres performed expressed as a percentage of passenger kilometres offered.
Road motor vehicle, other than a moped or a motor cycle, intended for the carriage of passengers and designed to seat no more than nine persons (including ...
Number of seats/berths and standing places, including the driver's, available in the vehicle when it is performing the service for which it is primarily ...
The number of seats and/or berths available in a passenger vehicle when performing the service for which it is intended.
The number of authorized standing places available in a passenger vehicle when performing the service for which it is intended.
All air transport flights carrying one or more revenue passengers and any flights listed in timetables as providing passenger services.
Any person involved in an injury accident, other than a driver, who was in or on a road vehicle, or in the process of getting in or out of a road vehicle. ...
The sum of the products obtained by multiplying the number of passengers carried on each flight stage by the airport-to-airport distance.
The product of multiplying the number of passengers flown between two airports as initial origin and final destination by the airport-to-airport distance.
Passenger-kilometres expressed as a percentage of available seat kilometres.
Railway vehicle for the conveyance of passengers, even if it comprises one or more compartments or spaces specially reserved for luggage, parcels, mail, ...
A road motor vehicle, exclusively designed or primarily, to carry one or more persons. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the ...
A road vehicle designed, exclusively or primarily, to carry one or more persons. This definition is identical in the third and fourth version of the ...
The total number of passenger seats available for sale on an aircraft operating a flight stage between a pair
of airports.
This component of transportation covers all services provided - between the compiling economy and abroad or between two foreign economies - in the ...
Ship designed specifically to carry more than 12 fare-paying passengers whether berthed or unberthed. Note: A ship designed with one or more decks ...
The result obtained by multiplying the passenger kilometres flown by the weight of each of the passengers including both free and excess baggage. Each air ...
This unit group consists of the accommodation with sleeping facilities associated with collective public transport and inseparable from it in terms of fare. ...
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