Sources of non-official UK statistics /
compiled by David Mort.
5th ed.
Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Gower, c2002.
xi, 358 p. ; 25 cm.
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Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Gower, c2002.
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Includes indexes.
Rev. ed. of: Sources of unofficial UK statistics. c2000. 4th ed.
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Sources of Non-official UK Statistics gives details of nearly 1000 publications and services (including electronic publications) produced by trade associations, professional bodies, banks, consultants, employers' federations, forecasting organizations and others, together with statistics appearing in trade journals and periodicals. Titles and services are listed alphabetically by publisher and each entry contains information, where available, on subject, content and source of statistics, together with frequency, availability and cost, and address, telephone and fax details for further information. This fully updated edition also includes extensive details of Internet sites and information on whether statistics are available on those sites. The book concludes with a title index and a subject index to the entries.
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David Mort has compiled statistics on nearly 1000 publications and services, including electronic publications, in this fifth edition of Sources of Non-official UK Statistics. The entries are based on data received in the spring and summer of 2001.

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