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  • Fourthquarter2013 Insee mobile English edition
  • France established its first statistical agency, Statistique Générale de la France, in 1833. That same year, the SGF began conducting population censuses. In 1907, it carried out the first consumer survey; in 1911, its first periodic survey of retail prices. The SGF was replaced by the Service National des Statistiques (SNS) in 1941. The new body shifted the focus of statistical work toward the use of administrative records. It opened its first regional offices between 1941 and 1944. The SNS, in turn, was replaced by the Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques pour la Métropole et la France d’Outre-Mer, under the terms of the Budget Act of April 27, 1946. The Act of June 7, 1951, on legal obligation, coordination, and confidentiality in the field of statistics provided an official framework for sample surveys, which were coming into use. The Act also established the consultative forum for statistical users and producers that became the National Council for Statistical Information (Conseil National de l’Information Statistique: CNIS) in 1984. The Council serves as the venue for discussions on the statistical programs of INSEE and ministerial statistical offices with organizations representing the social partners (employers, employees, and the professions). Around 1960, France began to apply statistics to economic planning and regulation policies. INSEE took over the national- accounting tasks previously performed by the Finance Ministry’s Service des Études Économiques et Financières (SEEF). The country expanded its use of national accounting and medium-range projections. In a related development, the École de Statistique et d’Économie, opened in 1942, became the École Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Économique (ENSAE). Adding to the legal framework, the Act of January 6, 1978, on Information Technology, Data Files, and Civil Liberties established the National Commission on Information Technology and Civil Liberties (Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés: CNIL). The years 1992-2003 witnessed the construction of the European Statistical System. In the early 1990s, demand from European institutions intensified with the start of the first phase of Economic and Monetary Union. Tracking the convergence of Member States’ economies required a closer comparability of their data. In France itself, decentralization, deconcentration, and administrative simplification came to pervade all spheres of policy-making. INSEE defined four priorities for its work: expand its international outreach, build closer ties between the statistical system and business firms, adapt its methods to a now more cyclical economy, and widen its Regional Offices’ scope of action. In 2003, INSEE moved resolutely into the Internet world by offering free online access to its ever-growing information output. At the same time, the French statistical system adopted a broader quality-oriented strategy. In 2006, INSEE implemented a quality plan. In August 2008, France established an Official Statistics Authority (Autorité de la Statistique Publique: ASP) to oversee compliance with the principle of professional independence in the design, production, and dissemination of official statistics. In 2012, INSEE set up a Directorate for Methodology and Statistical and International Coordination. Its mission is to promote best practices and methods in statistics, and to develop a quality assurance framework in an incremental and cooperative manner. Historical summary
  • 1 INSEE’s nationwide presence Guadeloupe Pointe-à-Pitre Basse-Terre Cayenne Martinique Fort-de-France Corse (Corsica) Ajaccio NORD - PAS- DE-CALAIS Lille PICARDIE HAUTE- NORMANDIE BASSE- NORMANDIE BRETAGNE Rennes PAYS DE LA LOIRE Nantes POITOU- CHARENTES Poitiers AQUITAINE Bordeaux Cefil Libourne MIDI- PYRéNéES Toulouse LANGUEDOC- ROUSSILLON Montpellier PROVENCE - ALPES - CôTE D’AZUR Marseille RHôNE- ALPES Lyon FRANCHE- COMTé Besançon CHAMPAGNE- ARDENNE Reims îLE-DE- FRANCE (Paris Region) St Quentin en Yvelines Paris CENTRE Orléans BOURGOGNE Dijon LIMOUSIN Limoges AUVERGNE Clermont- Ferrand Amiens RouenCaen ALSACE Strasbourg Aix-en-Provence LORRAINE Nancy Metz Mamoudzou La Réunion Mayotte Saint-Denis Head Office Regional Office Regional Service National Computing Center or Service Training Center Inter-Regional Office Guyane (French Guiana)
  • The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques: Insee) collects, produces, analyzes, and disseminates information on the French economy and society. This information is relevant to public decision-makers, government bodies, businesses, researchers, the media, teachers, and private citizens. It enables them to enhance their knowledge, conduct studies, prepare forecasts, and make decisions. To satisfy our users, we are attentive to their needs and adapt our work programs accordingly. INSEE organizes the population census and tracks demographic changes. It produces France’s main economic data and indicators, such as the national accounts, the consumer price index, and other short-term economic indicators. The Institute periodically conducts statistical surveys of households on topics including employment, living conditions, housing, and health. We gather information from business firms on their characteristics, and we work to improve collection methods. To lessen the statistical burden, INSEE extracts data for purely statisticalpurposesfromdocumentscollectedbyothergovernment bodies, for example, transcripts of civil registration records, employers’ annual declarations of payroll data, annual income-tax returns, social-contribution records, tax returns for industrial and commercial firms, and value-added-tax (VAT) returns. INSEE also manages the SIRENE business register, the national identification register of private individuals (RNIPP), and voter rolls. Using the data collected, INSEE prepares studies on the national economy, in particular the production system. We analyze economic conditions, the main economic and financial aggregates, the situation and behavior of enterprises, and economic activity by sector. We produce studies on French society covering demographic events (births, deaths, migration), education and training, employment and unemployment, income and poverty, and living conditions. Our studies often incorporate a spatial dimension such as the geographic distribution of the population and economic activities, or exchanges between territorial units. INSEE analyzes current developments in the French economy and prepares short-term forecasts. We develop and apply macroeconomic and demographic models to contribute insights on medium- and long-term changes in the French economy and society. One main goal: to enlighten the economic and social debate Six missions to help achieve our goal > Collection and production > Analysis The statistics produced by INSEE are available to everyone, free of charge, on Making the results of our work accessible is an essential priority for our Institute. Businesses, government agencies, local communities, but also researchers, educators, journalists, and private citizens can obtain all the economic and social information produced by INSEE and the official statistical service, within the limits of confidentiality rules. To complement its website offering, INSEE prepares made-to- order products tailored to users’ specific needs. For example, we can compile individualized tables, extract data, and even perform surveys, studies, and analyses at the request of government departments, local authorities, businesses, chambers of commerce, and others. > Dissemination One main goal and six missions 2
  • Most French ministries run their own statistical offices, which engage in statistical operations within their ministry’s field of competency. INSEE’s remit is to coordinate their work. • The Institute acts as secretariat for the National Council for Statistical Information (Conseil National de l’Information Statistique: CNIS). The Council delivers opinions on the programs of statistical offices, enforces quality standards for surveys, and oversees the implementation of statistical regulations concerning areas such as compliance with statistical confidentiality and response to compulsory surveys. • It supervises the instruments for ensuring consistency of statistical information: it manages the registers of individuals and enterprises; in the relevant international organizations, it takes part in the definition of accounting concepts and frameworks, as well as in preparing classifications. • It develops tools for exchanging information in the official statistical service and pooling the service’s investments. • It helps to create an environment conducive to expanding relations between the official statistical service and business firms. • It maintains the official-statistics portal, which gives access to statistical information released online by all French ministerial statistical offices. GENES—the Grouping of National Economics and Statistics Schools—formed part of INSEE until 2010. On January 1, 2011, it became a “public institution in the field of science, culture, and vocational education.” It provides training for specialists in statistics, economics, and information processing. Graduates from INSEE schools are highly sought after by businesses, government agencies, and public institutions. INSEE provides technical oversight of GENES on behalf of the Ministry of the Economy and Finance. CEFIL, INSEE’s training center in Libourne (south-west France) is primarily devoted to training INSEE staff in the contrôleur category. It also offers continuing education programs for other categories. INSEE works daily with Eurostat and its national counterparts in the European Union. We are thus helping to build the EU’s statistical space. As part of this undertaking, our Institute is involved in drafting statistical regulations and—in compliance with the subsidiarity principle—in producing EU statistics. On the international scene, INSEE participates in the statistical work of the United Nations (UN), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the World Bank. Under bilateral and multilateral cooperation agreements, INSEE provides assistance to foreign statistical agencies and helps train statisticians in the developing countries as well as in countries in transition to a market economy. We coordinate these initiatives with national and international organizations, notably the European Commission and Eurostat. CEFIL organizes seminars and meetings with statisticians and economists from abroad. > Coordination > Teaching and promotion of research > Helping to build an international statistical space 3
  • INSEE is a Directorate-General of the French Ministry of the Economy and its status is therefore that of a government agency. It has a workforce of approximately 6,000 in 2013. Operating under government accounting rules, the Institute is funded from the State’s general budget. INSEE resources are distributed across its Head Office located in Paris and the new Statistics Center in Metz, Regional Offices, and national computing centers and services. In France’s overseas départements (DOMs), our presence takes the form of Inter-Regional Offices supported by regional services. Our Head Office defines statistical and economic work programs, allocating the tasks involved between its own units, the Regional Offices, and the national computing centers and services. It coordinates France’s official statistical service, and manages the Institute’s human, financial, and information-technology (IT) resources. Our Statistics Center in Metz, which opened in 2011, performs a range of functions in three areas: human resources management, IT production, and social and local statistics. INSEE Regional Offices collect most of the statistical data and handle a large share of their processing. In continuous contact with local stakeholders, they prepare studies and disseminate economic and social information locally. Their main interlocutors are decentralized central-government units and local authorities. Our national computing centers and services are in charge of IT projects and make the necessary software, hardware, and data-transmission resources available to the Institute. INSEE’s organization Head Office organization chart 4 5 Executive Committee Head of Director-General’s Office Inspectorate-General Director-General Demographic and Social Statistics Directorate Business Statistics Directorate Methodology and Statistical Coordination and International Relations Directorate Information Technology Sector Economic Studies and National Accounts Directorate General Secretariat Dissemination and Regional Action Directorate 1 National Council for Statistical Information (Conseil National de l’Information Statistique) Survey Operations Contracting Division Demography Department Demographic and Social Studies Unit Consumer Prices, Household Resources, and Household Living Conditions Department Employment and Earned Income Department Registers, Infrastructure, and Structural Statistics Department Sector Analysis Department Short-Term Statistics Department Statistical Methods Department Innovation Mission Statistical and International Coordination Department Quality Unit IT Production and Infrastructure Department Applications and Projects Department Short-Term Analysis Department National Accounts Department Economic Studies Department CNIS1 Secretariat INSEE Info-Service Department Documentary Resources and Archiving Unit Regional Action Department Publications Department Department of Financial Affairs and Work and Resource Programming Living Environment and Working Conditions Department Human Resources Management Department Supervision and Coordination of Regional-Office Managers Legal Affairs and Litigation Unit Cross-Sectional Activities Coordination Unit Statistics Center in Metz Human Resources Enhancement Department Demography Department Employment and Earned Income Department
  • National Council for Statistical Information The National Council for Statistical Information (Conseil National de l’Information Statistique: Cnis) acts as a consultative forum for producers and users of official statistics. It identifies new needs in a forward-looking perspective. For this purpose, it relies on its organizational units, including the executive committee, council, and task forces, which allow the expression of social demand for official statistics. CNIS thus helps to ensure the preparation of an annual program of statistical studies and surveys that meet stakeholders’ requirements. CNIS publicizes the program through a variety of media. Every five years, it drafts a medium-term program that sets the broad guidelines for the advancement of official statistics. The CNIS comprises about fifty members representing the key economic and social stakeholders: national and local elected officials, employers’ organizations, employee unions, non-profit organizations, academics, and qualified individuals. INSEEcollects,produces,analyzes,anddisseminatesinformation ontheFrencheconomyandsociety.Thisinformationisrelevantto public officials, government bodies, social partners, businesses, researchers, the media, teachers, and private citizens. It helps them to deepen their knowledge, conduct studies, prepare forecasts, and take decisions. To satisfy our users, we listen to their needs and adjust our work program accordingly. > Our prime mission: to shed light on the economic and social debate, and assist in decision-making TheofficialstatisticalservicecomprisesINSEEandtheministerial statistical offices (services statistiques ministériels: SSM), which conduct statistical operations in their areas of expertise. INSEE and the SSM, under the Institute’s coordination, decide which methods, standards, and procedures to apply in preparing and publishing statistics. > INSEE coordinates the work of the official statistical service The reference document for official statistics is Act no. 51-711 of June 7, 1951 (amended), on legal obligation, coordination, and confidentiality in the field of statistics. The Act defines the broad principles that guarantee the quality of official statistics production. The National Council for Statistical Information (CNIS) is the forum for consultation between producers and users of official statistics (see box), while the Official Statistical Authority (Autorité de la Statistique Publique: ASP) enforces compliance with the ethical principles of professional independence, objectivity, impartiality, quality, and relevance of the data produced. INSEE acts as the secretariat for both bodies. France has also enacted specific legislation concerning the processing of nominative data, which applies to statistical processing as well: the 1978 Act on Information Technology and Civil Liberties (“Informatique et Libertés”). >> INSEE acts as the secretariat for the official statistics governance bodies INSEE works daily with Eurostat (the Statistical Office of the European Communities) and its national counterparts in the EU. We thus contribute to the construction of the EU’s statistical space. The Institute also participates in the statistical activities of the UN (United Nations), the IMF (International Monetary Fund), OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), and the World Bank. INSEE is a member of the UN Statistical Commission, the Geneva-based UN Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), and the OECD Committee on Statistics (STD). > INSEE represents France in EU and international bodies responsible for statistical harmonization The National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (Institut National de la Statistique et des Études Économiques: Insee) was established by the Budget Act of April 27, 1946. The Institute is a Directorate-General of the Ministry of the Economy and Finance. It is therefore a public agency whose personnel are government employees. INSEE operates under government accounting rules and is funded from the State’s general budget. Withinthisframework,itenjoystotalprofessionalindependence, and no external authority has inspection rights on the statistical results that it publishes. This professional independence is enshrined in law. The Economic Modernization Act of August 4, 2008, established the Official Statistical Authority (Autorité de la Statistique Publique: ASP) to “oversee compliance with the principle of professional independence in the design, production, and dissemination of official statistics.” 6 INSEE and official statistics In France, official statistics are produced by the statistical offices of government departments. The official statistical service produces the official data that form the basis for public debate. The data allow an assessment of demographic, economic, social, and environmental conditions in France and in the French population. Compliance with legislation goes hand in hand with continuous implementation of practices aimed to guarantee the quality of statistical production in its most varied forms.
  • © Ineiaki INSEE actively contributes to EU statistical work both as a direct participant and by coordinating the positions of French ministerial statistical offices. The Institute performs these functions at two levels. The first is the technical preparation and negotiation prior to adoption of EU legislation on statistics. The second is the production and communication of statistics on France enabling the European Commission to compile statistics on the entire EU. Monetary and financial statistics are prepared by the European System of Central Banks (ESCB). These tasks involve three categories of institutions: • Working groups composed of national statisticians and coordinated by Eurostat (the Statistical Office of the European Communities, which is one of the Directorates-General of the European Commission) draft statistical regulations to meet requirements arising from EU policies. In some areas, the European Central Bank (ECB) is consulted. • The European Council Working Party on Statistics (CWPS) takes part in drafting the regulations. • The competent commissions of the European Parliament also participate in the process. Acts of Community law are thus adopted jointly by the co- legislators: the European Council and European Parliament. The European Statistical System Committee (ESSC) comprises the Directors-General of the National Statistical Institutes (NSIs) of the EU Member States and the Director-General of Eurostat. Operating under Eurostat’s guidance, the ESSC coordinates the working groups. It is consulted on draft regulations before the Commission sends them to the European Parliament and the Council. It also votes on implementation regulations applying to legislative regulations. The ESSC is consulted on the drafts of “delegated acts” (roughly, the EU equivalent of French decrees) prepared and adopted by the Commission to spell out the provisions of statistical legislation. Statistical production The European Treaty defined the principles of independence, impartiality, reliability, objectivity, efficiency, and confidentiality in EU statistics. To implement and guarantee these principles, the EU adopted a “European Statistics Code of Practice,” referred to by the “European Statistics Act” (Regulation 223/2009). Provisions for strengthening the enforcement of the principles are being incorporated into the “Statistics Act.” The Act’s revision addresses the need to improve the statistics used in the EU for decision- making, particularly in the fields of economic governance and monetary policy. Like other Member States, France has decided to extend the application of the Code to the statistics that it prepares for strictly national purposes. > European Statistics Code of Practice INSEE in the European statistical system 7 Drafting and adoption of EU legislation on statistics European statistics are produced by the European statistical system (ESS). Concepts and definitions are adopted at EU level and their application is made mandatory by legislation that specifies the statistics to be produced and the deadline for their submission. The production processes (which include information-gathering through surveys and administrative records, and the processing of the data collected) are developed and implemented under the authority of national statistical systems. EU quality standards may also be attached to these definitions. Eurostat coordinates the overall system, aggregates the data at EU level, and disseminates them. It is playing an ever greater role in applying quality control to national statistics.
  • Simulate a personalized price index: Visitors can use a simulator to calculate a price index reflecting their specific consumption patterns. Access official statistical data: The www.statistique- portal offers a single access to information released online by all units of France’s official statistical service. Learn and teach with INSEE data: Éducnet offers students and teachers a set of guides and materials for supervised- work projects, developed by INSEE and the Education Ministry. Order a data table: In the “customized products” section of our online store, users can order data tables compiled from designated statistical sources for series unavailable on www. Start a business: The special section for businesses offers new entrepreneurs a range of statistical tools for their market research (such as the ODIL, SINE, and ALISSE databases) and for registering their enterprise (SIRENE). Respond to a survey online: Firms can opt to answer several INSEE surveys by means of electronic questionnaires. Twitter: the InseeFr twitter account gives access to the latest national and regional statistics, new features and interactive tools on our website, and INSEE news. Slideshare: offers slideshows explaining how INSEE does its work. INSEE disseminates most of its work free of charge on its website, including quantitative data, statistics, studies, and analysis on the French economy and society. A range of localized information is available in the form of fact sheets, tables, and interactive maps. Users can also download many survey microdata files, which have been anonymized before release to comply with statistical confidentiality rules. access to INSEE data for everyone A range of online services INSEE on social networks INSEE data, services, and news online 8
  • • INSEE Première reports initial results of INSEE surveys and studies. • Note de conjoncture (English edition: “Conjoncture” in France) analyzes current economic conditions in France and presents six-month forecasts. 4 issues a year. • Informations rapides gives the latest figures for key economic indicators. 370 issues a year. • INSEE Analyses provides four-page summaries of results of methodological studies initially published in full in working papers or dossiers. • INSEE Références deals with major economic and social issues through in-depth dossiers and fact sheets. • Économie et Statistique is the Institute’s scholarly journal. • INSEE Résultats supplies the latest results of surveys and extraction of data from administrative sources in table form. • INSEE Méthodes describes the methodology of INSEE’s main statistical projects. • INSEE en bref offers a simple presentation of statistics and indicators for the general public. Like the national series, our regional series comprise four- page digests, dossiers, and other documents presenting the key figures for the region, local economic conditions, annual assessments, and studies conducted jointly with local partners. We routinely produce regional versions of our national surveys (without necessarily involving all regions). For example, we will publish national results and regional results on the same topic on the same day. Supply key figures, microdata, analyses, and methodological information on topical subjects such as sustainable development, employment, and purchasing power. Users can subscribe to publication series or purchase single issues from our online store (http://www.webcommerce. or our mail-order department. The INSEE Références series is sold in bookstores. > National series > Regional series > “Dossiers” > Online shopping 9 All INSEE publications are available on
  • © Ensae > Head Office 2 addresses, 1 switchboard Switchboard +33 1 41 17 50 50 • 18 boulevard Adolphe Pinard 75675 PARIS Cedex 14 • 15 boulevard Gabriel Péri 92245 MALAKOFF Cedex © Cefil INSEE directory 10 > Metz Center • 1 rue Marconi CS 95859 57078 METZ Cedex 03 > Cefil • 3 rue de la Cité 33500 Libourne Phone +33 1 05 57 55 56 00
  • ALSACE Regional Office Cité administrative Gaujot 14 rue du Maréchal Juin 67084 STRASBOURG Cedex +33 3 88 52 40 40 AQUITAINE Regional Office 33 rue de Saget 33076 BORDEAUX Cedex +33 5 57 95 05 00 AUVERGNE Regional Office 3 place Charles de Gaulle - BP 120 63403 CHAMALIÈRES Cedex +33 4 73 19 78 00 BOURGOGNE (Burgundy) Regional Office 2 rue Hoche - BP 1509 21035 DIJON Cedex +33 3 80 40 67 67 BRETAGNE (Brittany) Regional Office 36 place du Colombier - CS 94439 35044 RENNES Cedex +33 2 99 29 33 33 CENTRE Regional Office Cité administrative Coligny 131 rue du faubourg Bannier 45034 ORLÉANS Cedex 1 +33 2 38 69 52 52 CHAMPAGNE-ARDENNE Regional Office 10 rue Édouard Mignot 51079 REIMS Cedex +33 3 26 48 60 00 CORSE (Corsica) Regional Office Résidence du Cardo Rue des Magnolias - BP 907 20700 AJACCIO Cedex 09 +33 4 95 23 54 54 FRANCHE-COMTÉ Regional Office Immeuble Le Major 8 rue Louis Garnier - CS 11997 25020 BESANÇON Cedex +33 3 81 41 61 61 ÎLE-DE-FRANCE (Paris region) Regional Office 7 rue Stephenson 78188 SAINT-QUENTIN-EN-YVELINES Cedex +33 1 30 96 90 00 LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON Regional Office 274 allée Henri II de Montmorency 34064 MONTPELLIER Cedex 2 +33 4 67 15 70 00 LIMOUSIN Regional Office 29 rue Beyrand 87031 LIMOGES Cedex +33 5 55 45 20 07 LORRAINE Regional Office 15 rue du Général Hulot - CS 54229 54042 NANCY Cedex +33 3 83 91 85 85 MIDI-PYRÉNÉES Regional Office 36 rue des 36 Ponts - BP 94217 31054 TOULOUSE Cedex 4 +33 5 61 36 61 36 NORD - PAS-DE-CALAIS Regional Office 130 avenue du Président J.F. Kennedy CS70 769 59034 LlLLE Cedex +33 3 20 62 86 29 BASSE-NORMANDIE Regional Office 5 rue Claude Bloch - BP 95137 14024 CAEN Cedex +33 2 31 45 73 33 HAUTE-NORMANDIE Regional Office 8 quai de la Bourse 76037 ROUEN Cedex 1 +33 2 35 52 49 11 PAYS DE LA LOIRE Regional Office 105 rue des Français Libres - BP 67406 44274 NANTES Cedex 2 +33 2 40 41 75 75 PICARDIE Regional Office 1 rue Vincent Auriol - CS 90402 80040 AMIENS Cedex 1 +33 3 22 97 32 00 POITOU-CHARENTES Regional Office 5 rue Sainte-Catherine - BP 557 86020 POITIERS Cedex +33 5 49 30 01 01 PROVENCE - ALPES - CôTE D’AZUR Regional Office 17 rue Menpenti 13387 MARSEILLE Cedex 10 +33 4 91 17 57 57 RHôNE-ALPES Regional Office Cité administrative de la Part-Dieu 165 rue de Garibaldi - BP 3196 69401 LYON Cedex 03 +33 4 78 63 28 15 ANTILLES-GUYANE (French West Indies - French Guiana) Inter-Regional Office (DIRAG) 41 rue Bébian - BP 300 97158 POINTE-À-PITRE Cedex +33 5 90 21 47 00 Guadeloupe Regional Service 34 chemin des Bougainviliers Cité Guillard - BP 96 97102 BASSE-TERRE Cedex +33 5 90 99 36 36 Guiana Regional Service 23 ter avenue Pasteur - BP 6017 97306 CAYENNE Cedex +33 5 94 29 73 00 Martinique Regional Service Centre Delgrès - Entrée C Les Hauts de Dillon Boulevard de la Pointe des sables - BP 641 97262 FORT-DE-FRANCE Cedex +33 5 96 60 73 60 RÉUNION ISLAND Regional Office Parc technologique de Saint-Denis 10 rue Demarne - BP 13 97408 SAINT-DENIS MESSAG Cedex 9 +33 2 62 48 89 00 Mayotte Regional Service Pôle d’affaire Kawéni - BP 1362 97600 MAMOUDZOU +33 2 69 61 36 35 > INSEE units in French regions and overseas départements To contact INSEE nationwide: • by online form: • by phone: • by e-mail: 09 72 72 40 00 11
  • 09 72 72 20 00 (“local call” rate) Provides monthly consumer price index and quarterly rent reference index. 09 72 72 60 00 (“local call” rate) Dedicated server for handling telephone queries on SIRENE business register. Provides administrative information concerning: • Identification of an enterprise or local unit with its SIREN or SIRET number • SIRENE registration procedures • Directory of “Enterprise Formalities Centers” (CFEs) for filing paperwork for new businesses. > Contacter l’INSEE Requests for INSEE data, studies, and publications are handled by a specialized service: INSEE Contact. Visitors are guided by a counselor who will help them to access information available on the INSEE website. However, the service does not provide any statistical data by telephone. INSEE Contact is available: - by online form at > Contacter l’INSEE - by phone (France only), Monday to Friday, 9 AM – 5 PM on 09 72 72 40 00 (“local call” rate) Where to find information 12 >> INSEE disseminates most of its work on its website free of charge. Visitors will find quantitative data, statistics, studies, and analyses on the French economy and society. For periodic updates on site news, visitors can subscribe to: • RSS feeds • release announcements for INSEE’s main indices and publications • actualités, a twice-monthly newsletter, as well as regional newsletters. More: • news from our website on Twitter • slideshows on how INSEE does its work on Slideshare >> Voice servers (France only) 2e trimestre2013 >> “INSEE Contact” service Insee mobile Sirene® base de données
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