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  • 1. Understanding the New Zealand Economy Supported by SAS Colin Lynch Deputy Government StatisticianMacro-Economic and Environment Statistics 21 February 2013
  • 2. What I hope you take from this talkAn understanding of what we use SAS for withinStatistics New ZealandSome snap shots of the New Zealand economy andthe computer system and design industry.Some insight into the services we provide and howthey might be helpful for you.Plus a reminder that the Census is on 5 March 2013
  • 3. Official statisticsCan be accessed by allInform debate and researchContribute to New Zealand’s: • economic, • environmental, and • social development
  • 4. SAS in Statistics New Zealand MACRO ECONOMIC ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT• Quarterly & Annual GDP • Corporate – Financial & HR analysis• Economic Dev. Statistics • IT Solutions Development, Testing,• Balance of Payments Analysis Support• Price Index Validation & Analysis INDUSTRY & LABOUR STANDARDS & METHODS• Data linking and analysis • Seasonal Adjustment Weighting• Labour Force Survey • Imputation• Business Demographics • Classifications• Agriculture • Statistical Analysis• Accommodation SOCIAL & POPULATION COLLECTIONS & DISSEMINATION• Population (demographics) • Data Processing (IRD)• Social Statistics analysis including • Data Lab – data matching. Longitudinal surveys • Time Series analysis Household Economic Survey, Census • Tabular data presentation
  • 5. Transforming Data into National Accounts Data Sources Transformation/Systems National Accounts SNA Framework Methods Production and Concepts AccountInformation Reconciliation Seasonal about Information (quarterly to Income Businesses Adjustments about annual) Households Account Constant Price Supply-Use Methods Framework Capital AccountInformation about Information System FinancialGovernment about Account Industries/ Commodities
  • 6. Percent GDP Growth 8 6 2.5% annual 4 average growth 2 Sept 2012 Qtr 0-2-4 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 Annual average percentage changeSource: Statistics New Zealand Percent Consumers price index 6 June 1995 – December 2012 5 4 0.9% annual 3 growth Dec 2 2012 Qtr 1 0 -1 96 97 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 Annual percentage change Source: Statistics New Zealand
  • 7. What we measure IntermediateOutput - consumption GDP
  • 8. How have we grown over the last 20 years
  • 9. Source: Statistics New Zealand
  • 10. Where do we fit in the world ?
  • 11. What we spend our national income on
  • 12. What we produce
  • 13. What do we invest in ?
  • 14. Changing mixture of investment
  • 15. Improving productivity ICT intensive industries Economy1988 = = 100 1002010 = = 180 160
  • 16. Computer system and design
  • 17. Input-outputFor the motion picture industry to produce $1 million more output, it needsan extra $35,000 in goods and services from computer systems and designIndustry producing $1 million more Extra output from computer designCentral government administration and justice $44,000Motion picture and sound recording activities $35,000Broadcasting and internet publishing $28,000Telecommunications services including internet $28,000service providersAverage for all industries $11,000Residential building construction $7,000Forestry and logging $7,000
  • 18. Online Tools: Business Toolbox 23
  • 19. How to access dataAll our statistics are free to downloadFreephone 0508 525 525Email us on info@stats.govt.nzwww.stats.govt.nzTalk to us about data we can send you 24
  • 20. 2013 CensusTuesday 5 March 2013