The data series contain key information with regard to: the administrative-territorial organisation, population, economy, international statistics. Each chapter of the yearbook includes a presentation of data sources, methodological notes on the scope and manner of compiling statistical indicators. Skip to main content. NIS mission NIS has the mission to meet the information needs of all categories of users of statistical data and information by collecting, producing and disseminating data in accordance with the Law on the Organization and Functioning of Official Statistics in Romania. NIS vision NIS, as the main producer of official statistical data, responsible for the coordination of all activities at national level regarding the development, development and dissemination of European statistics, is oriented towards achieving in a near future some functional methodological and technical performances recognized on domestic and international plan, at a level comparable to the performances of the most advanced national statistical institutes in the EU Member States. NIS Principles: User orientation; Commitment of the NIS leadership; Efficiency in relation to statistical processes; Continuous improvement of official statistics activity; Commitment on the quality of statistical products; Accessibility of statistical data and information; Cooperation in the field of official statistics; Respecting the needs of data providers; Systematic implementation of quality management in statistics; Meeting the collective and individual requirements of the INS staff.
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The first yearbook appeared in A third edition, covering the years , was begun in but did not appear until , due to World War I. The edition was notable for incorporating data from the census and the election. The yearbook contained detailed information about agriculture, particularly in regard to the surface area devoted to fruit trees, the state of zootechnics and the number of tractors. The yearbook was the final one before the communist regime resumed their publication after a year gap.
The next yearbook was published in and covered the years Its authors noted that older data were adapted to current methodology, and that they were recalculated for the current national territory, which was smaller than that of Greater Romania. For the remainder of the regime's existence, which came to an end with the Romanian Revolution of , yearbooks continued to appear annually. During the s, the yearbook returned to a length of pages. Beginning in , in the interests of transparency, relevance and credibility, the yearbook featured indicators previously hidden from public view.
Examples include the use of economic resources, gross domestic product, national wealth, energy, housing and income, spending and consumption of the populace. The authors focused on aligning with international standards as well as including correct and comprehensive data for users of statistical information. The yearbook includes the most recent data available in order to draw a picture of the economic situation and of the main economic indicators' evolution over the preceding few years.
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