PARIS21 Discussion Papers

The PARIS21 Discussion Paper series features expert authors ranging from statisticians to academics who seek to lend their voices to the discourse on statistical capacity development.

OECD Statistics Working Paper:


Access to New Data Sources for Statistics: Business Models and Incentives for the Corporate Sector


Thilo Klein and Stefaan Verhulst

Paper 9:


Realising the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development: Towards Capacity Development 4.0


Niels Keijzer and Stephan Klingebiel

Paper 8:


Making Data Portals work for SDGs: A view on deployment, design and technology


Geoffrey Greenwell, John Kinyua, Thilo Klein, Rajiv Ranjan

OECD Development Co-Operation Working Paper:


Public-Private Partnerships for Statistics. Lessons Learned, Future Steps


Nicholas Robin, Thilo Klein and Johannes Jutting

Paper 7:


Building statitistical capacity. The challenges


Graham Eele

Paper 6:


Harnessing support and building institutions for the data revolution


Enrico Giovannini

Paper 5:


The Political Economy of Official Statistics:

Implications for the Data Revolution in Sub-Saharan Africa


Florian Krätke and Bruce Byiers

PARIS21 Discussion Paper 4

Paper 4:


Assessing the demand and supply of statistics in the developing world: some critical factors


Jeffery I. Round

PARIS21 Discussion Paper 3

Paper 3:


Information Revolution - From Data to Policy Action in Low-Income Countries: How Can Innovation Help?


Matjaž Jug

PARIS21 Discussion Paper 2

Paper 2:


Knowing in time: How technology innovations in statistical data collection can make a difference in development


Espen Beer Prydz

PARIS21 Discussion Paper 1

Paper 1:


Towards a Post-2015 Framework that Counts: Developing National Statistical Capacity


Shuang Chen, Francois Fonteneau, Johannes Jütting, Stephan Klasen


PARIS21 Strategy Papers

PARIS21 Strategy Papers provide key recommendations along specific thematic issues on how to best advance statistical capacity development objectives.


Statistical Capacity Building in Fragile and Conflict-Affected States