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Ahmad, Nadim, Sophie Bournot and Francette Koechlin. 2004. Revisions to quarterly GDP estimates: A comparative analysis for seven large OECD country. OECD.

Carson, Carol S., Sarmad Khawaja and Thomas K. Morrison. 2004. Revisions Policy for Official Statistics: A Matter of Governance. IMF Working Paper WP/04/87.

Carson, Carol S. and Lucie Laliberté. 2002. Assessing accuracy and reliability: a note based on approaches used in national accounts and balance of payments statistics. IMF Working Paper WP/02/24.

de Zilva, Doris. 2004. Canadian System of National Accounts Revision Project 2003 and 2004. System of National Accounts. Statistics Canada, unpublished.

———. 2004. Toolkit for revisions studies. System of National Accounts, Statistics Canada.

Dynan, Karen E. and Douglas W. Elmendorf. 2001. Do Provisional Estimates of Output Miss Economic Turning Points?  Federal Reserve Board.

Findlay, Katherine. 1994. National Income and Expenditure Accounts:revised estimates for the period from 1990 to 1993. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 13-604. Ottawa. Income and Expenditures Accounts Technical Series, no. 29.

Fixler, Dennis J. and Bruce T. Grimm. 2003. Revisions, Rationality, and Turning Points in GDP. U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.

———. 2008. The Reliability of the GDP and GDI Estimates. Survey of Current Business.

George, Emily. 2004. The UK Experience of Revisions Analysis. Office for National Statistics, UK.

George, Emily and David Obuwa. 2005. National Accounts' Revisions Analyzes: A Summary to April 2005. Office for National Statistics, UK.

Hayes, Duane. 1993. National Income and Expenditure Accounts: Revised Estimates for the period from 1989 to 1992. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 13-604. Ottawa. Income and Expenditures Accounts Technical Series, no. 24.

Hoven, Leendert. 2008. Using results from revisions analysis to improve compilation methods: a case study on revisions of Dutch estimates of GDP volume growth. Statistics Netherlands.

Mainwaring, Hilary and Hugh Skipper. 2007. GDP(O) revisions analysis system: overview and indicative results. Office for National Statistics, UK, Economic and Labour Market Review, Vol. 1, issue 10.

Maitland-Smith, Fenella. 2003. Revision Analysis - Quarterly GDP. Office for National Statistics, UK.

Mazzi, Gian Luigi. 2001. European short-term statistics: the state of the art. Eurostat A6, CEIES seminar.

Mazzi, Gian Luigi and Rosa Ruggeri Cannata. 2008. A Proposal for a Revisions Policy of Principle European Economic Indicators, Eurostat.

McKenzie, Richard and Michela Gamba. 2008. Interpreting the results of Revision Analyses: Recommended Summary Statistics. Contribution to the OECD/Eurostat Task Force on "Performing Revisions Analysis for Sub-Annual Economic Statistics".

McKenzie Richard, Elena Tosetto (OECD) and Dennis Fixler (United States Bureau of Economic Analysis). 2008. Assessing the efficiency of early release estimates of economic statistics. OECD.

Smith, Philip.1977. An Analysis of the Revisions to the Canadian National Accounts. Statistics Canada Working Paper STC4370E.

Statistics Canada. 2002. Statistics Canada's Quality Assurance Framework. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 12-586. Ottawa.

Wilson, Karen. 2008.  Real Time Data and Revisions Analysis at Statistics Canada. Presentation to CIRANO, 4th annual workshop.

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