CNIS March 7: “Measuring the ecological transition”

This conference will invite reflection on the need for innovation that official statistics must meet in order to guarantee the independence, relevance and quality of the information disseminated to measure the ecological transition.

Three sessions – macroeconomics and well-being, firms and the transformation of production methods, and household behavior: regulations, incentives and redistributive effects – will be followed by a forward-looking round table devoted to the measurement of the phenomena at work and the challenges for official statistics.

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