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Section for Earnings and Absence, Social Statistics
Hege Susanne Hauglund
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Indices of Earnings for the Public Sector

These statistics are published in the Statbank under Implicit index of average earnings.

Release calendar

The publication date appears in the release calendar. The date is confirmed in the weeks before.

Release calendar access

The Release Calender can be accessed on our English website: Release Calender.

User access

Statistics are always published at 8:00 a.m. at the day announced in the release calendar. No one outside of Statistics Denmark can access the statistics before they are published. Theme publications etc. may be published at other times of the day. The National Statistician can decide that such publications may be released before their official publication time, e.g. to the media and other stakeholders.

News release (S.10.1)

These statistics are published quarterly in a Danish press release.

Publications (S.10.2)

The index of average earnings for public administration and services are presented in both the Statistical Ten-Year review and the Statistical Yearbook.

On-line database (S.10.3)

These statistics are published in the Statbank under Implicit index of average earnings.

Micro-data access (S.10.4)

Scientists do not have access to the micro data. Still, the primary data is available at the level of individuals. Consequently it is possible to define special projects, order customized compilations etc against a fee. However, because the data only cover some class of industry the possibility of breakdown of estimates on various subgroups is limited. It should also be noticed that the searching for errors in the dataset is done at exactly those levels of classifications that are being published. For these reasons, when faced with a customized order, Statistics Denmark always assess whether or not to accept the order by taking into account the amount of resources necessary to complete the job and the quality of the data material in question.

Other (S.10.5)

The data material is also used to produce the Danish figures in the European Labour Cost Index (LCI).

Confidentiality - policy (S.7.1)

The production of the index does in general follow the data privacy policy of Statistics Denmark. To learn more more about the policy, read the page on data confidentiality.

Confidentiality - data treatment (S.7.2)

The production of the index does, in general, follow the data privacy policy of Statistics Denmark. To learn more more about the policy, read the page on data confidentiality.

Documentation on methodology (S.10.6)

For more information it can also be referred to the publication “Indeksberegninger I Danmarks Statistik” where a more thorough explanation of the methodology can be found.

Quality documentation

Results from the quality evaluation of products and selected processes are available in detail for each statistics and in summary reports for the Working Group on Quality.