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National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies

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Head office of INSEE in Montrouge

).National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (NISEE), nke akpọrọ INSEE ma ọ bụ Insee[1] (/ ɪnseɪ/ in-SAY, French pronunciation: [inse]), bụ National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies bureau nke France. Ọ na-anakọta ma na-ebipụta ozi gbasara akụ na ụba France na ọnụ ọgụgụ mmadụ ma na-eme ngụkọ mba nke oge. Isi ụlọ ọrụ na Montrouge, ọgbakọ dị na ndịda mpaghara Paris, ọ bụ ngalaba French nke Eurostat. Emepụtara INSEE na 1946 dị ka onye nọchiri anya National Statistical Service (SNS) nke ọchịchị Vichy. Ọ na-arụkọ ọrụ ọnụ na National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED).

Purpose[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ndị INSEE na-ahụ maka mmepụta na nyocha nke ọnụ ọgụgụ gọọmentị na France. Ọrụ ya kacha mara amara gụnyere

  • Organising and publishing the national census.
  • Producing various indices – which are widely recognised as being of excellent quality – including an inflation index used for determining the rates of rents and the costs associated with construction.
  • Eurostat uses INSEE statistics in combination with those of other national statistical agencies to compile comparable statistics for the European Union as a whole. It is also widely recognized as representing France on international questions of statistics.

The INSEE is the responsibility of MINEFI, the French Ministry of Finance. The current director is Jean-Luc Tavernier. However, Eurostat considers INSEE as an independent body, although its independence is not written in the law.