Collection

Economy statistics

Directorate:
Chief Economist Directorate
Part of:
Economy

Statistical publications relating to Scotland's economy.


Introduction

This collection is a directory of statistical publications relating to Scotland's economy organised by subject.

Please note that past releases of these and other economy statistics publications may be available on the National Library of Scotland's and the National Records of Scotland's archives of the Scottish Government's website.

The remits of the following working groups relate to these statistics:

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About economy statistics

Export Statistics Scotland (ESS)

Quarterly GDP First Estimate

GDP Quarterly National Accounts, Scotland (QNAS)

GDP Monthly Estimates

Monthly Business Turnover Index

Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS)

The Scottish National Accounts Programme (SNAP)

Supply, Use and Input-Output Tables

Oil and gas statistics

Scottish Consumer Sentiment Indicator (SCSI)

Retail Sales Index for Scotland (RSIS)

The retail sales index has been put on hold while we focus on developing other indicators during the Covid-19 pandemic. Results for the retail sector are available in the Monthly GDP and Monthly Business Turnover Index publications above

Productivity statistics

The labour productivity statistics release has been put on hold while we focus on developing other indicators during the Covid-19 pandemic. The next planned release is for 2020 Q4. A publication date will be announced when available.

Contact

If you have any enquiries relating to Economy Statistics then please contact us at:

Email: economic.statistics@gov.scot

Telephone: 0131 244 3768

Post:
Office of the Chief Economic Advisor
Room 4WR
St Andrew's House
Regent Road
Edinburgh
EH1 3DG

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