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without legal title 82/2018 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 83/2018 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 84/2018 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 86/2018 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 89/2018 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 90/2018 Spain 11 Eviction from property because owner terminated the lease 91/2019 Spain 11 Eviction for occupying a flat without valid legal title 93/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 94/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 95/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 99/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented the flat from someone who was not the legal owner 100/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from  someone who is no more the legal owner 101/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 103/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 104/2019 Spain 11, 12, 13 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 105/2019 Spain 11 Eviction for default of payment of the mortgage 106/2019 Spain 11 Eviction, occupying without a legal title 107/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 108/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment rented to the owner who then lost the property 109/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment rented to the owner who then lost the property 112/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 113/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 114/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 115/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 117/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 118/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 119/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 120/2019 Spain 11 Eviction for termination of lease by owner 121/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from a flat that was granted in lease by a social housing institution but was later sold to a private entity (for more information-Available only in English) 122/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 123/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 124/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 125/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 126/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 128/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 130/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 131/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 132/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 133/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 134/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment that the authors were occupying without a legal title 135/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment that was rented in social housing and later sold to a private fund (for more information-Available only in English) 136/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that was illegally occupying a flat 137/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment that the family rented from someone who was not the legal owner 138/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default  of payment of rent 139/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 140/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment that the family rented from someone who was not the legal owner 141/2019 Spain 11 Eviction for default of payment of the rent 142/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment that the family rented from someone who was not the legal owner 143/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 144/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from a flat that the author was occupying with the consent of the owner after this consent was discontinued 145/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 146/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 147/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 148/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment for default of payment of the rent 150/2019 France 7 Authors' right to equal pay for overtime in teaching-related activities 151/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 152/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 153/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that was occupying a flat without a legal title 154/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 155/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment rented from someone who was not the legal owner 156/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 157/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family from an apartment that they were occupying without a legal title 158/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title. / eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner, having been found guilty of usurpation. 159/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family from a rented apartment for default of payment of the rent 160/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family occupying a flat without a legal title 161/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 163/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 164/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 165/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family who were occupying a property without a legal title 166/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 167/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 168/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 169/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without legal title. 170/2019 Spain 11 Eviction from a dwelling that the family was occupying without a legal title 171/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title. 172/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title having been found guilty of usurpation 173/2019 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 175/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner, having been found guilty of usurpation 176/2020 France 11 Right to accommodation and to an adequate standard of living 178/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 179/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 180/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 181/2020 Spain 11 Eviction from a flat that was granted in lease by a social housing institution but was later sold to a private entity 182/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 183/2020 Spain 11 Eviction for termination of lease by owners 184/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 185/2020 Argentina 2, 3, 11, 12, 15 Living conditions of inhabitants of slums 186/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family from an apartment they rented from someone who was not the legal owner 187/2020 Argentina 11 Eviction of inhabitants of a shantytown 188/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 189/2020 Spain 10, 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 190/2020 Spain 11 Eviction from a flat that was granted in lease by a social housing institution but was later sold to a private entity 191/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 193/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 194/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 195/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 196/2020 Spain 11 Eviction from a dwelling rented from someone who was not the legal owner 197/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 198/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 199/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 200/2020 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 201/2021 Spain 6, 7, 8 (1) (a), 9 Abuse of temporary contracts in the judicial power 202/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of an elderly tenant from an apartment leased in the name of her deceased husband 203/2021 Spain 11 Eviction from an apartment after dissolution of the common ownership following the author's divorce 204/2021 Uruguay 11 Eviction of a settlement in a land that they were occupying without a legal title 205/2021 Spain 11 Eviction from a dwelling that the family had bought from someone who was not the legal owner 206/2021 France 7 Wage discrimination of teachers 207/2021 Spain 11 Termination of lease for failure to subrogate the occupant with the deceased tenant 208/2021 Spain 11 Eviction for termination of social lease with a financial institution 209/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a flat occupied without title, as the person who rented it was not the real owner 210/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a social housing flat (avs) 211/2021 Spain 11 Eviction for termination of lease 212/2021 Spain 11 Termination of lease for failure to subrogate the occupant with the deceased tenant 213/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of family occupying flat without legal title 214/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of an individual who rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 215/2021 Spain 11 Eviction for failure to pay the rent 216/2021 Italy 11 Eviction from a rented apartment part of a subsidised housing complex 217/2021 Spain 11 Eviction due to a divorce judgment that attributed the use of the apartment to the ex-husband 218/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 219/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title and was found guilty of usurpation 220/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 221/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without a legal title 222/2021 Italy 11 Eviction from an apartment rented as public housing to a company that declared bankruptcy 223/2021 Italy 11 Eviction for occupying a dwelling without a legal title 224/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family by subsidized housing which is to be sold at market price due to builder bankruptcy and fraud 225/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 226/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a publicly owned housing unit without legal title 227/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a publicly owned housing unit without legal title 228/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without legal title 229/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the mortgage 230/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a privately owned flat without legal title 231/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a non-habitable space without a legal title 232/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a single adult employed woman without any justified vulnerability. construction fraud case with open criminal proceedings against the constructor. 233/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 234/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of an individual for default of payment of the rent 235/2021 Italy 6, 7, 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 236/2021 Portugal 11 Eviction of elderly person and her schizophrenic son by new owner after the property was sold at judicial auction 237/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family from an apartment who was paying the rent to a person who was not the real owner 238/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a single mother and her child for default of payment of the rent 239/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without legal title 240/2021 Italy 11, 12 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 241/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 242/2021 Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) 2 (1), 6, 7 (b), 12, 13 (1) Criminalization of a health rights defender restricting her work as a human rights defender 243/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without legal title 244/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that occupied a flat without legal title 245/2021 Argentina 11 Eviction of family for termination of lease by owners 246/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 247/2021 Italy 11 Eviction of an elderly person from a flat where the rent had increased excessively 248/2021 Spain 11 Eviction from a flat that the author was occupying with the consent of the owner after this consent was discontinued 249/2021 Spain 11 Eviction of family occupying  flat without title 250/2021 Spain 11 Eviction for termination of lease by owners 251/2022 Finland 1, 2 (2), 6, 7 (a) (ii), 11, 12, 15 Impact of mining exploration on reindeer husbandry by sami people 252/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of a family for default of payment of the rent 253/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of persons occupying without title 254/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of persons occupying without title 255/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of single mother and her four children due to non-payment of rent 256/2022 Italy 11 Eviction of author for default of payment of the rent 257/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of a family of undocumented migrants for occupancy without lease 258/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of person in vulnerable situation (elderly) 259/2022 Spain 11, 12 Eviction of elderly women with disabilities 260/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of family of migrants with irregular resident status that was renting a dwelling form someone who was not the legal owner 261/2022 Italy 11 Eviction for occupying without legal title 262/2022 Spain 11 Eviction of a family that had rented a flat from someone who was not the legal owner 263/2022 Spain 11 Eviction for occupying a property without legal title 264/2022 Italy 11, 12 Eviction for failure to pay the rent 265/2022 Italy 11, 12 Eviction for failure to pay the rent Tags Economic, social and cultural rights Back to top Our Work The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is the leading United Nations entity in the field of human rights, with a unique mandate to promote and protect all human rights for all people. © OHCHR 1996-2022 Latest Feature Stories Media Center Meetings & Events Resources Databases Library Publications Connect Contact Us Follow us Work With Us Global Social Channels Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Donate Contact Copyrights Privacy Policy Terms of use
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Score: 1276395.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/en/treat...dies/cescr/table-pending-cases
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1 Workshop on Informal Economy for EECCA and SEE countries Online on 22, 24 and 26 March 2021 Provisional Timetable – as of 17 March Monday, 22 March 2021 12:30-15:30 (CET – Geneva time) Welcome and introduction Chair: Sanjiv Mahajan (ONS UK) 12:30 – 12:45 Welcome and introduction Session 1 Informal economy and the update of international statistical standards Moderator: UNECE 12:45 – 14:05 Exhaustiveness in EU countries' national accounts (15 min) Guihong Chi (Eurostat) Discussion (10 min) Guidance Notes – Informal Economy Task Team (20 min) Thomas Alexander (IMF) and Herman Smith (UNSD) Revision of the standards for Statistics on informality (15 min) Michael Frosch (ILO) Discussion (20 min) 14:05 – 14:20 Coffee break Session 2 Country experiences with measuring informal economy Moderator: Eurostat 14:20 – 15:30 Non-Observed Economy in EECCA and SEE countries – Survey Results (10 min) (UNECE) Non-observed economy – Measurement and recording in the national accounts of Belarus (15 min) Irina Morozova (National Statistical Committee of Belarus) Completion of the transition from 1993 SNA to 2008 / ESA 2010 SNA and Non- observed economy in national accounts of Armenia (15 min) Lusya Khachatryan (Statistical Committee of the Republic of Armenia) Discussion (30 minutes) 15:30 End of day 1 2 Wednesday, 24 March 2021 12:30-15:30 (CET – Geneva time) Session 3 Specific aspects of measuring informal economy Moderator: IMF 12:30 – 13:20 Illicit Financial Flows (15 min) Steve MacFeely (UNCTAD) Estimation of round tripping transactions for 2010-2019 (15 min) Yurii Polovnov (National Bank of Ukraine) Discussion (20 min) 13:20– 14:15 Calculation of NOE components in the BoP of Armenia (15 min) Mher Barseghyan (Central Bank of Armenia) Estimation the FX informally brought to the Republic of Moldova, and its distribution by BoP items (20 min) Angela Gherman-Cernei and Angela Moraru (National Bank of Moldova) Discussion (20 min) 14:15 – 14:30 Coffee break Session 4 Technical assistance to the countries in the region Moderator: EFTA 14:30 – 15:30 Roundtable discussion (40 min) Technical assistance to the countries in the region (20 min) • Interventions from international organizations 15:30 End of day 2 3 Friday, 26 March 2021 12:30-15:30 (CET – Geneva time) Session 5 Owner occupied housing Chair: Sanjiv Mahajan (ONS UK) Discussant: Georgios Sarris / Moderator: Sanjiv Mahajan 12:30 – 14:05 Introduction from the chair (5 min) Framework for measuring owner-occupied housing and experiences from EU countries (15 min) Georgios Sarris Imputed Rental of Owner-occupied Dwellings in EECCA and SEE countries (10 min) Levan Gogoberishvili (IMF) Discussion (15 min) Owner-Occupied Dwelling Services in Georgia (15 min) Levan Karsaulidze (National Statistics Office of Georgia) Accounting of cost of owner-occupied housing services in the Russian SNA (15 min) Svetlana Levit (Federal State Statistic Service of Russia) Discussant intervention (5 min) Discussion (15 min) 14:05 – 14:20 Coffee break Session 5 Owner occupied housing (cont.) Discussant: Georgios Sarris / Moderator: Sanjiv Mahajan 14:20 – 15:15 Non-observed economy – Albania – Exhaustiveness approach (15 min) Elona Servani (Institute of Statistics of Albania) Estimation of owner-occupied housing: Canadian context (15 min) Brenda Bugge (Canada) Discussant intervention (5 min) Discussion (20 min) Session 6 Conclusions and way ahead Chair and discussant: Sanjiv Mahajan 15:15 – 15:30 Main outcomes of the workshop (20 min) 15:30 End of the Workshop Workshop on Informal Economy for EECCA and SEE countries Online on 22, 24 and 26 March 2021 Provisional Timetable – as of 17 March
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Score: 1273975.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...-03/Timetable%2017%20March.pdf
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The following receipts are collected separately: wages and salaries employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption unemployment benefits family-related allowances education-related allowances The following receipts are collected but not separately: cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , net of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions sickness benefits invalidity benefits housing allowances survivors benefits free government dwelling other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling The following receipts are not collected: termination and redundancy payments employer social security contributions employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services services produced for barter services from other consumer durables (net) subsidized government dwelling food subsidies medical reimbursements regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer The following receipts are classified as income from self-employment: profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from owner-occupied dwellings The following receipts are classified as property income: interest received dividends rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties The following receipts are classified as employment-related transfer income: regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits sickness benefits invalidity benefits other social insurance benefits The following receipts are classified as transfer income but not employment-related: family-related allowances education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits other social assistance benefits The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: free government dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption free government dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , net of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: to expenditures in last one month: housing to expenditures in last 12 months: other durable goods households services Data for the following expenditure items are not collected by interview because they are collected by diary: food other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods personal services The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , gross of claims out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) life insurance premiums , gross of claims investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'use' basis: income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , gross of claims out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad Classification: COICOP is used for classifying expenditure and has 1 separate categories at the finest level. 7. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the rental equivalent net of housing costs usually paid by owners.
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Score: 1266737.5 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/406A.html
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This information is disaggregated by: ▪ Type of construction of each dwelling (house or apartment) ▪ Location of each dwelling (urban or rural) Data Form: Housing Volume Reference Year Houses ( H ) Apartments ( A ) Number of dwelling units Number of occupants Number of rooms Usable surface area in m 2 Electricity Inside water Private toilets Central heating Air conditioning Rented Owner occupied * Dwelling Total ( C ) and Location Total ( L ) would yield the same number. ( C ) = ( L ) Rural ( R ) Location Total ( L )* = ( U + R ) Number of dwelling units with: Informal dwellings (I) Comments (please include any information that helps to understand the above data): Data is to be provided for the Reference Year or its best estimate; please provide additional information on the reference year, if needed, in the comments box below. (...) This information is disaggregated by: ▪ Type of construction of each dwelling (house or apartment) ▪ Location of each dwelling (urban or rural) Data Form: Housing Volume Reference Year Houses ( H ) Apartments ( A ) Number of dwelling units Number of occupants Number of rooms Usable surface area in m 2 Electricity Inside water Private toilets Central heating Air conditioning Rented Owner occupied * Dwelling Total ( C ) and Location Total ( L ) would yield the same number. ( C ) = ( L ) Rural ( R ) Location Total ( L )* = ( U + R ) Number of dwelling units with: Informal dwellings (I) Comments (please include any information that helps to understand the above data): Data is to be provided for the Reference Year or its best estimate; please provide additional information on the reference year, if needed, in the comments box below. (...) DATA FORM: INSTRUCTIONS Reference Year Houses ( H ) Apartments ( A ) Number of dwelling units Number of occupants Number of rooms Usable surface area in m 2 Electricity Inside water Private toilets Central heating Air conditioning Rented Owner occupied * Dwelling Total ( C ) and Location Total ( L ) would yield the same number. ( C ) = ( L ) Rural ( R ) Location Total ( L )* = ( U + R ) Number of dwelling units with: Informal dwellings (I) Comments (please include any information that helps to understand the above data): Data is to be provided for the Reference Year or its best estimate; please provide additional information on the reference year, if needed, in the comments box below.
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Score: 1266468.9 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...housing-volume-survey-form.pdf
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Sugrupavau SADM akcentus: 28/05/2012 Reply of Lithuania on Housing Financing Policies and Programmes The Government of the Republic of Lithuania has approved the National Housing Strategy on 21 January, 2004. (...) It is being revised, envisaging additional financial and other measures aimed at encouraging apartment owners to renovate multi-apartment houses and involving low-income population in the implementation of such projects. (...) As participants of the Program were the Apartments owners, Housing and Urban Development Agency (HUDA, Programm administrator), Municipalities, Commercial banks, Housing loans insurance company, Housing administration companies, Engineering consultant companies (preparing Energy audits and Investment proposals), Contractors, etc.
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Score: 1263029.9 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ousingfinancing/Lithuania.docx
Data Source: un
Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country Units: Dwelling units are not used in the sample selection. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: to expenditures in last 12 months: clothing, footwear housing other durable goods households services Data for the following expenditure items are not collected by interview because they are collected by diary: food other household non-durable goods other personal non-durable goods personal services The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums , gross of claims gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad occupational expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': services from durables owned (except housing) social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: own-produced services The following types of expenditure items are collected on an 'acquisitions' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'use' basis: services of owner-occupied housing The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has 755 separate categories at the finest level. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the current market value.
Language:English
Score: 1260198.4 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/453A.html
Data Source: un
Improving the leased housing system Measure 1: Adoption of programmes for the creation of leased housing models a) activity: - Since 2015 the leased housing system in the Republic of Croatia has been improved by the adoption of the Amendments to the Publicly Subsidized Residential Construction Act1 and Rules on leases within the POS progamme2 b) Monitoring method/indicator: Implemented: - During 2016, public calls for lease of apartments from POS programme were published on several locations lokacija (Zagreb, Osijek, Bjelovar, Ogulin, Zadar) - According to the APN Report from 2016, 453 apartments were leased Owner/co-owner: Owner of measure: Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning (MCPP) Co-owner: Agency for Transactions and Mediation in Immovable Properties, Ministry for Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy and local self-government units Target groups/beneficiaries: socially vulnerable and vulnerable groups at risk of poverty Source of financing/co-financing: State budget: MCPP regular activities Status evaluation: The implementation of the activities started in 2015 by adopting the legal framework of the Amendments to the Publicly Subsidized Residential Construction Act and the Rules on leases within the POS programme, on the basis of which public calls for rental of POS apartments were announced. (...) Indicator: - number of cities and municipalities providing funds:. /. - number of counties providing funds: 21 Owner/co-owner: Owner of measure: MDFYSP Co-owners: LSGU and ULRSG, SWC Target groups/beneficiaries: GMB beneficiaries Source of financing/co-financing: State budget: MDFYSP regular activities Disbursed: within MDFYSP regular activities for administrative supervision Other sources: LSGU and ULRSG budget Status evaluation (clarification): The MDFYSP's Administrative Control Department continuously conducts administrative supervision of the LSGU in the procedures for recognizing the right to a housing benefit. (...) Owner/co-owner: Owner of measure: Office for Human Rights and Rights of National Minorities (OHRRNM) Co-owners: Ministry for Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy (MDFYSP), Central State Office for Reconstruction and Housing Care (CSORHC), Ministry for State Property (MSP), Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning (MCPP), Units of local and regional self-government (ULRSG) and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) working in the area of protection and promotion of human rights.
Language:English
Score: 1255966.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...gStrategies/States/Croatia.pdf
Data Source: un
The following receipts are collected separately: wages and salaries employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits invalidity benefits survivors benefits food subsidies regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts The following receipts are collected but not separately: remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments other pensions The following receipts are not collected: cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips employer social security contributions employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption goods produced for barter services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from other consumer durables (net) royalties unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits education-related allowances housing allowances free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services food subsidies The following receipts are classified as property income: services from owner-occupied dwellings rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits invalidity benefits survivors benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions invalidity benefits survivors benefits The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses food subsidies regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts The following receipts are collected using the 'last payment' and 'period covered': wages and salaries remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: 2 to expenditures in last one month: food other household non-durable goods households services personal services to expenditures in last 3 months: clothing, footwear to expenditures in last 12 months: other personal non-durable goods housing other durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods in-kind goods received from other households out of pocket health expenditure out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household valuables The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) gambling expenditure The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) non-regular cash payments to others outside the household purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures others The following types of expenditure items are collected on an 'acquisitions' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods in-kind goods received from other households interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) gambling expenditure out of pocket health expenditure out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household valuables Classification: A national classification that is not consistent with COICOP is used for classifying expenditure and has 1 separate categories at the finest level. 7. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
Language:English
Score: 1255393.6 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/215A.html
Data Source: un
The following receipts are collected separately: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer goods produced for own consumption , gross of inputs services produced for own consumption , gross of inputs goods produced for barter , gross of inputs services produced for barter , gross of inputs services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits free government dwelling medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services The following receipts are collected but not separately: employer social security contributions profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise subsidized government dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling The following receipts are not collected: employee social security contributions , excluded for other reasons unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits food subsidies social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities The following receipts are classified as income from self-employment: profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) The following receipts are classified as property income: services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties The following receipts are classified as transfer income but not employment-related: regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support The following receipts are classified as other employment-related income: commissions and tips employer social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer housing allowances The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption , gross of inputs services produced for own consumption , gross of inputs goods produced for barter , gross of inputs services produced for barter , gross of inputs stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise interest received dividends retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions invalidity benefits education-related allowances survivors benefits free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services The following receipts are excluded for other reasons: employee social security contributions The following receipts are collected using the last week as the reference period: goods produced for own consumption , gross of inputs services produced for own consumption , gross of inputs goods produced for barter , gross of inputs services produced for barter , gross of inputs stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips employer social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) interest received rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) , gross of expenses rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute old age benefits other pensions housing allowances free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments dividends royalties retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes invalidity benefits education-related allowances survivors benefits medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: to expenditures last week: food other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods households services personal services to expenditures in last 12 months: housing other durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing services from durables owned (except housing) interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs second hand goods purchased occupational expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': purchase price of owner-occupied housing services of owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': life insurance premiums regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are excluded for other reasons: expenditure abroad The following types of expenditure items are collected on an 'acquisitions' basis: income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'use' basis: purchase price of owner-occupied housing services of owner-occupied housing own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing services from durables owned (except housing) interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) life insurance premiums licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has an unspecified number of separate categories at the finest level. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the rental equivalent net of housing costs usually paid by owners.
Language:English
Score: 1253901 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/019A.html
Data Source: un
As a result, forest owners are often tempted to sell all the timber to the first buyer, and then abandon active and responsible management. (...) Guidelines on Social Housing Given the increasing challenges faced by the socially vulnerable in the housing sector and the importance of affordable housing for socially cohesive societies, countries of the UNECE region are beginning to realize the need for a renewed and stronger role of the state in the provision of social housing. (...) They address the institutional, legal and economic frameworks for social housing and experience with social housing design.
Language:English
Score: 1252428.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...2006/UNECE_weekly_2006-174.pdf
Data Source: un