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Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success | Education | The Guardian
Government accused of misleading parents over schools' success
Former DfE statistician says often-cited boast of progress relies on ‘flawed’ figures
UK  education  policy  Austerity  Ofsted  LeagueTable  statistics  Tories  Theresa  May  JAM  Conservative  Party  nasty 
july 2018 by asterisk2a
Finance trumps patients at every level – UK healthcare needs an inquiry | Aseem Malhotra | Healthcare Professionals Network | The Guardian
tl;dr Diet & Lifestyle changes of the nation in the short-, medium- and long-term term can help (substantially) save the NHS. // A full public inquiry on the scale of Chilcot into the Iraq war may ultimately be required to overhaul a system where at every level financial interest continues to trump what’s best for patients – not only to improve the quality of care, but to restore trust in medical research. Until then, NHS England, the BMA and the Department of Health must make it a national priority to emphasise to patients that less medicine and healthier lifestyles are the most important solutions to sustaining the NHS. // statistics use in medical research and patient selection and reporting issue. absolute risk v % of all patients. // Such statistical and health illiteracy, far from being the exception, is actually the norm. The majority of healthcare professionals seem unable to understand medical literature. One study revealed 70% of those on a training programme failed a simple test on their understanding of evidence-based medicine.
NHS  crisis  big  pharma  BMA  pharmaceutical  lobby  vested  interest  profit  maximisation  rationing  treatment  delay  waiting  times  GP  A&E  prevention  public  health  sickcare  healthcare  demand  chronic  sick  population  demographic  bubble  obesity  diabetes  economic  damage  OECD  S.A.D.  diet  western  lifestyle  sedentary  inactive  revolving  door  conflict  research  Statins  Statin  CVD  Cancer  overweight  disabled  medical  statistics  risk  patient  safety  literacy 
november 2017 by asterisk2a
Data on NHS waiting lists in Scotland ‘suggests interference’ | Scotland | The Times & The Sunday Times
[ar politicians meddling with the statistics?] The UK Statistics Authority, the official regulator, has looked into a complaint about the publication of waiting list information by the Scottish NHS and concluded that staff made “a series of misjudged decisions”. They accuse the statistics arm of NHS Scotland — the Information Services Division (ISD) — of “catering more for the needs of policy officials” than patients. &! - It was concerned figures given by the Information Services Division (ISD) did not give a full picture of the scale of the problem and that patients returning for treatment, as well as first time patients, had to endure long waits.
NHS  Scotland  Politics  SNP  waiting  time  referral  Grampian  accountability  statistics  GP  delayed  treatment  Cancer  CVD  diabetes  obesity  pain  elective  urgent  A&E  care  social  adult  Council  bedblocking  bed  blocking  overweight  mental  health  Disabled  chronic  sick  population  ageing  premature  demographic  bubble  babyboomers  baby  boomers  disease 
september 2017 by asterisk2a
93% Of All Jobs "Created" Since 2008 Were Added Through The Birth/Death Model | Zero Hedge
Here are the details of how over 90% of the jobs created in the past decade were nothing more than a "statistical" adjustment in some BLS model. [...] Furthermore, self-employed persons as a percentage of the working age population and the number of jobs created by establishments less than one year old are also declining. [...] the multi-decade slowdown in new business formation. Further supporting the Harvard study findings, a Brookings Institution paper called “Declining business dynamism in the United States: a look at states and metros” shows that business formations slowed down and business deaths accelerated after the crisis of 2008 (below to the right). (( THE LOW HANGING FRUITS OF INNOVATION HAVE BEEN PLUCKED! + ECON WINNER TAKES ALL = COMPETITION ON PRICE )) [...] The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) seems to be alone in its belief that the entrepreneurial environment in the US is improving. We believe that the BLS has been artificially inflating the monthly payroll numbers via the birth and death adjustment. This overstatement is not trivial in nature – the adjustment added 30% of all jobs reported since 2010.
secular  stagnation  structural  underemployed  unemployment  UK  USA  immigration  working  poor  part-time  zero  hour  contract  economic  history  Precariat  DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump  Brexit  GFC  recovery  innovation  winner  takes  all  oligopol  oligopoly  monopoly  self-regulation  statistics  accounting  fake  news  bank  bailout 
june 2017 by asterisk2a
Where did all the GCSE pupils go – and why has no one noticed? | Education | The Guardian
[ underachieving taking pupils off roll to boost class/school rating! League Table. unintended consequences! macro over micro + staff shortage, pressure, not money, less money! making the short cut to let underachievers and trouble makers go. classic american school dropout. in childhood already left behind! ] Earlier this month, Sean Harford, Ofsted’s national director, said that from now on inspectors should question headteachers during inspections when large numbers of students have left. And Amanda Spielman, the chief inspector, described “off-rolling”, alongside other results-boosting methods, as a scandal.

Our investigation shows that even though the inspectorate recognised this as a national problem going back to 2010, it has not done anything about it.

The research organisation Education Datalab recently published reports on pupils leaving their secondary schools, following an investigation by Education Guardian in 2014. It raised concerns that 20,000 pupils were being lost to state education altogether, with no one knowing where they had gone. The reports do not show whether pupils were encouraged to move or left of their own volition. Those who had disappeared were mostly lower achievers.
UK  education  policy  Austerity  Ofsted  GCSE  PISA  attainment  gap  NEET  Tories  Conservative  Party  nasty  skills  Brexit  welfare  state  College  JSA  dropout  University  structural  unemployment  social  mobility  poverty  trap  child  Precariat  drugs  radicalisation  Islam  accounting  statistics  petty  crime  Secondary  league  table  staff  shortage  burnout  overworked  JAM  Theresa  May  David  Cameron  George  Osborne 
march 2017 by asterisk2a
Babies born at weekends 'have higher death risk' - BBC News
Researchers said they could not identify the cause of the higher risks. They looked at staffing levels in terms of which hospitals were compliant with the guidelines for consultant cover, and found little difference between those that were and those that were not. But they said much more data was needed on staffing before it could be ruled out.
NHS  statistics  post  code  lottery  medical  profession 
november 2015 by asterisk2a
Glyphosat: Bundesinstitut hat falsch informiert | Das Erste
LEAK through Whistleblower! [ Whistleblowing is the act of bringing to light evidence of waste, fraud, abuse, law-breaking, or dangers to public health or safety. ] via - - Das Politmagazin Fakt hat den Glyphosatbericht veröffentlicht. Der Bericht gilt als Grundlage für die Entscheidung über die Neuzulassung des umstrittenen Ackergifts. Es ist ein Armutszeugnis für die EU-Kommission, dass erst ein Leak die Grundlage für die überfällige öffentliche Diskussion schafft! // Wie gefährlich ist das meist eingesetzte Pflanzengift der Welt Glyphosat? | FAKT | Das Erste - - Der Unkrautvernichter ist ein Kassenschlager. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation stuft das Pestizid als "wahrscheinlich krebserregend" ein. Deutsche Behörden sind da weniger kritisch. [ AND AGAIN USING STATISTIC TO GET DESIRED RESULT via BfR ]
Monsanto  Protection  Act  Monsanto  glyphosate  European  Commission  European  Union  WHO  Consumer  Protection  carcinogen  carcinogenic  public  health  herbicide  pesticide  fungicide  GMO  GMO  crop  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  Whistleblower  courage  civil  courage  Zivilcourage  social  contract  political  theory  corporate  scandal  statistics  medical  profession  medical  research  medical  advances  endotoxin  toxic  toxin  Food  Chain 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Uno-Prognose: Weltbevölkerung im Jahr 2100 11,2 Milliarden - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Afrika wird seine Einwohnerzahl in den kommenden 85 Jahren fast vervierfachen. [...] Europa schrumpft. [...] Millionen ungewollter Schwangerschaften. Grund für den Anstieg der Weltbevölkerung ist unter anderem die Annahme, dass die Geburtenrate pro Frau weniger stark sinkt als noch vor einigen Jahren angenommen. Experten fordern deshalb einen besseren Zugang zu Aufklärung und freiwilliger Familienplanung für Frauen und Jugendliche in Entwicklungsländern. "Jedes Jahr werden nach wie vor 74 Millionen Frauen und Mädchen in Entwicklungsländern ungewollt schwanger - unter anderem weil sie nicht verhüten können", erklärte die Geschäftsführerin der Stiftung Weltbevölkerung, Renate Bähr. [...] Die Uno hatte in den vergangenen Jahren immer wieder ihre Bevölkerungsprognose nach oben korrigiert. Noch 2003 waren die Statistiker sogar davon ausgegangen, dass die Weltbevölkerung ab dem Jahr 2040 wieder zurückgeht.
population  Africa  demographic  bubble  Europe  Asia  statistics  prediction  predictions 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Das Märchen vom Fachkräftemangel - YouTube
see halfway end ... keeping Germany competitive with cheaper immigrant employees. policy make by industry. & & & & (Arbeitslosigkeit der Geringqualifizierten >> Hauptschule & Mittelschule) & Rekord Nummer von Studierenden in Deutschland, bei steigender rate von fehlenden Grundkompetenzen. Waehrend jeder fuenfte sein Studium abbricht. "Deutschland zuechtet sich Akademisches proletariat heran." & Bulemie Lernen & ! & ! & ! Anderes Beispiel - Wie die EU ihre Wirtschaftsinteressen in Entwicklungsländern durchsetzt - << Freihandelsabkommen mit Afrika/Africa
Fachkräftemangel  workforce  statistics  employability  Germany  Career  Politicians  Agenda  flat  world  globalization  globalisation  immigrant  Lobbying  lobbyist  lobby  policy  folly  policy  error  Makers  crony  capitalism  profit  maximisation  immigration  immigrants  PIGS  East  Europe 
november 2014 by asterisk2a
US consumer spending: Hard times | The Economist
AMERICANS are spending less on clothes and eating out and more on household fuel bills and healthcare, according to data from the Bureau of Labour Statistics. Between 2007 and 2010, average annual consumer spending per unit—defined as a family/shared household or single/financially independent person—fell by 3.1% to $48,109. Average prices over this period have risen by 5.2%, so real consumer spending has fallen by almost 8%.
change  changes  consumption  consumer  USA  statistics  greatrecession  2007  2010  deleveraging 
october 2011 by asterisk2a
HoheArbeitslosigkeit: Europas Jugend ohne Zukunft - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wirtschaft
Generation Finanzkriese
- ups and down cycles have shorter and timeframes, and more deeply

Die jungen Menschen in der EU steuern in die Hoffnungslosigkeit: Mehr als 20 Prozent der 15- bis 24-Jährigen haben keinen Job, in Spanien ist inzwischen fast jeder Zweite arbeitslos - und die Aussichten sind alles andere als positiv. Selbst die recht guten Zahlen aus Deutschland sind trügerisch.

Germany polishes statistics with gimmickry 
Doch die relativ guten Zahlen in Deutschland sind trügerisch: Junge Menschen in der Bundesrepublik sind nicht nur häufiger mit Erwerbslosigkeit konfrontiert als die Gesamtbevölkerung. Sie haben auch deutlich öfter eine sogenannte atypische Beschäftigung. Dazu gehören beispielsweise befristete Jobs oder Zeitarbeit.

=== Long-Run Economic Consequences ===
lostdecade  lostgeneration  generationy  unemployment  youth  USA  PIIGS  europe  germany  fraud  government  statistics  accounting  politics  policy  mistake  folly  millennials  generationx 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
Kotlikoff Says U.S. Deficit Too Much for Next Generations - YouTube
USA net-future liabilities +66tn
when you ask the wrong questions, you get wrong answers
my generation is being screwed.
Government fraud accounting
generationy  USA  budget  debate  government  spending  2011  economics  future  babyboomers  generation  retirement  socialsecurity  medicare  Medicaid  presidency  barackobama  politics  democrats  republicans  balancedbudget  statistics  fraud  accounting 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
More Made Up Data From The BLS: Non-Farm Productivity Better Although Huge Prior Revision Wipes Out All 2011 Gains | ZeroHedge
The only economic data point of the day is a disappointment as non-farm productivity drops 0.3% on consensus of -0.9%, although we once again get an unprecedented revision from the BLS whose data can no longer be trust for anything, as Q1 productivity was cut by whopping 2.4% from 1.8% to -0.6%! This is the first consecutive quarterly drop since 3Q, 4Q 2008. Net, this is very disappointing data and means that the economic slow down is far more broad than previously expected. And, not at all surprisingly, we get the same thing with labor costs rising 2.2% on consensus of 2.4%. The kicker yet again is in the revision, which speaks for itself: from 4.8% to 0.7% in Q1. US economic reporting is rapidly becoming a bigger joke than the Chinese Department of Truth.
BLS  statistics  accounting  economics  guesswork  USA  economy  2011  unemployment  productivity 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
‪Zu wenig Hilfe fr psychisch Kranke‬‏ - YouTube
Psychisch erkrankte Menschen warten in der Regel drei Monate, bis sie ein erstes Gespräch mit einem Therapeuten führen können. Weitere drei Monate dauert es, bis sie behandelt werden.
germany  psychology  society  culture  problem  unintended  consequences  statistics  depression  burnout  employment  economy  happiness  growth  productivity  pressure 
august 2011 by asterisk2a
Recession Took Bigger Bite Than Estimated - Bloomberg
Gross domestic product shrank 5.1 percent from the fourth quarter of 2007 to the second quarter of 2009, compared with the previously reported 4.1 percent drop, the Commerce Department said today in Washington. The second-worst contraction in the post-World War II era was a 3.7 percent decline in 1957-58.The depth of the economic slump better explains why the jobless rate doubled, climbing from 5 percent at the start of the downturn to a 26-year high 10.1 percent in October 2009. The strongest quarter of the recovery is now the first three months of last year. Growth decelerated every quarter thereafter.“The overall recession is indeed deeper,” Steven Landefeld, director of the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis, told reporters this week. “This is the Great Recession, the deepest one we’ve had in the post-WWII era.”
greatrecession  2008  2009  USA  statistics  GDP  revision 
july 2011 by asterisk2a
UK needs rich to get richer, OBR finds - Telegraph
Due to the UK's progressive tax system, the rich pay a far greater share of income tax, which is expected to raise £158bn this year – 27pc of total receipts. As a result, the OBR estimates, for every one percentage point increase in the share of total wages taken by the top 5pc of earners the state receives an extra £2.4bn.

The report demonstrated that the Government cannot afford to let personal tax receipts fall because it is already facing the loss of £29bn of revenues over the next two decades as cars become more fuel-efficient, people smoke less, and North Sea oil and gas reserves are depleted.

 the top 5pc of earners increased their share of the wage pool from 23.3pc to 26.4pc – generating an extra £7.2bn in tax. The top 5pc earn above £60,000, while the bottom 50pc are on less than £18,500.
OBR  UK  economy  taxation  inequality  statistics  income 
july 2011 by asterisk2a
UK families need 20pc more cash | City A.M.
FAMILIES with children need to earn up to 20 per cent more than last year just to hit an “acceptable standard of living”, the Rowntree Foundation will argue today.
A working couple with two children need to earn £36,800 per annum simply to cover the family’s basic costs, a report by the foundation has found.
“The squeeze in living standards caused by the combination of rising prices and stagnant incomes is hitting people on low incomes hard,” said author Donald Hirsch, an academic from Loughborough University.
Over the last 10 years the cost of a “minimum” basket of goods has rocketed by 43 per cent, Hirsch found – higher than the 27 per cent increase in the wider consumer price index.
stagflation  stagnation  inflation  UK  2011  income  statistics  research  poor  rich  inequality 
july 2011 by asterisk2a
Retail FX Comes of Age: Leveraged Trading Is Here to Stay
Retail FX Represents A Significant 7.9% Of The Overall FX Market And Promises Continued Growth.
Aite Group estimates that the global retail FX audience surpassed 8.3 million people at the end of 2010, and that retail FX currently generates daily turnover of US$315 billion. This amount is equivalent to 7.9% of the overall daily FX volume, and is already 32% larger than the average daily turnover for all other equity markets.
New regulations in major retail FX markets (including Japan and the United States) are expected to curtail the maximum leverage offered and bar unregistered brokers, moderating the rapid growth that the retail FX market has seen since 2005. These regulations are also triggering continued broker consolidation, higher standards, and lower trading costs. Conversely, the impact from these regulations is also attracting large new players to the space and setting the groundwork for continued, sustainable growth.
forex  industry  statistics 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
Oil production and consumption: Running dry | The Economist
Oil production fails to keep up with demand
CRUDE-OIL prices shot up on June 8th—Brent crude to a one-month high of $118.59 per barrel—after OPEC representatives meeting in Vienna were unable to reach an agreement on production quotas. Many had expected an increase in quotas as members with spare production capacity, led by Saudi Arabia, pushed to avoid a price spike that may dampen long-term demand. As figures released in BP’s "Statistical Review of World Energy" show, global oil production has struggled to keep up with increased demand recently, particularly from Asia. In China alone consumption has risen by over 4m barrels per day in the past decade, accounting for two-fifths of the global rise. In 2010 consumption exceeded production by over 5m barrels per day for the first year ever, as world oil stocks were run down.
oilprice  oil  demand  production  2011  data  statistics 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
20 Facts About US Inequality That Everyone Should Know (With An Update On The Uber-Wealthy And Global Wealth Inequality) | zero hedge

Courtesy of the Stanford Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality, we bring you the "20 facts about US Inequality that Everyone Should Know". For everything one has always wanted to know about wage inequality, CEO pay, homelessness, education wage premium, gender pay gaps, occupational sex segregation, racial gaps in education, racial discrimination, child poverty, residential segregation, health insurance, inter and intragenerational income mobility, bad jobs, discouraged workers, wealth inequality, labor market deregulation, job losses, immigrants and inequality and productivity and real income, this is the definitive resource.
inequality  USA  2011  history  poor  rich  study  economics  research  statistics 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
Bank Of America's Ethan Harris Explains The Birth Death Adjustment | zero hedge
Yesterday Zero Hedge pointed out that in addition to the 54,000 NFP number missing every single economist estimate, another very troubling statistic was that the BLS added some 206,000 "jobs" courtesy of its monthly birth/death adjustment: numbers which tend to be added on a monthly basis and then subtracted (especially during periods of economic contraction) in one annual benchmark revision which is largely ignored by everyone. In fact, as Peter Tchir pointed out, over the past 4 months, the NFP has added 752k jobs, of which 610k have been birth death jobs. B/D has added 271K jobs YTD in 2011, 510K in 2010, 585K in 2009, 825K in 2008, 883K in 2007, 1002K in 2006, etc, in in the last decade has never once subtracted from the full year tally, which would subsequently be revised lower. You get the picture. Well, yesterday,
USA  economics  labour  statistics  unemployment  employment  2011  fraud  BLS  jobmarket 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
YouTube - Die Desinformation mit der Statistik! Wenn ich wei, welches Interesse.... Gerd Bosbach
Wenn das die Bürger wüssten, dann wären diese Böse!?!Geschönte Zahlen Gerd Bosbach blickt hinter die Statistiken"Wenn ich weiß, welches Interesse hinter einer Zahl steckt, weiß ich auch, in welche Richtung sie schön gefärbt worden ist", meint Statistiker Gerd Bosbach.
statistics  politics  germany  fraud  accounting  2011  unemployment  hartz-iv  healthcare  demographics  europe 
april 2011 by asterisk2a
SharesPost Report Values Twitter At $750 Million
And the report confirms that most Twitter users are passive readers rather than active posters. As I’ve long suspected, people on Twitter tend to consume more than they Tweet. About 68 percent of users login at least once a month, but only 17 percent Tweet. (Although, they do tend to start Tweeting more once they’ve been on the service for 9 months or longer).
twitter  product  statistics  stats  user  usage 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
Soon, There’ll Be More Mobile Web Users In China Than People In The United States
The report, which you can purchase here, also says the number of mobile Internet users in China will grow fast to reach a staggering 957 million, and that the country will count approximately 1.3 billion mobile subscribers by 2014.
china  mobile  mobilephone  google  android  iphone  apple  trends  future  internet  statistics 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
20+ more mind-blowing social media statistics | Blog | Econsultancy
The most recent figure of blogs being indexed by Technorati currently stands at 133 million. The same report into the Blogosphere also revealed that on average, 900,000 blog posts are created within a single 24-hour period.
blogosphere  socialmedia  statistics  facebook  blogging  twitter  internet  tuki 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
Social Networks Play a Major Part in How We Get News [STATS]
However, the study also shows that very few people nowadays (7%) are getting information from a single media platform. In fact, nearly half of Americans (46%) claim they get news from four to six media platforms on a typical day. And while TV is still the biggest source of news (78% of Americans say they get news from a local TV station), Internet sits at second place (61% of users get news online), ahead of radio and newspapers. Interestingly enough, relatively few people — only 17% — claim they read news in a national newspaper such as The New York Times or USA Today.

Thirty-three percent of cellphone owners now access news on their phones, and 28% use personalized news, meaning they have a customized page that includes news from sources they’ve chosen. Perhaps most importantly, news consumers today participate in the creation of news; 37% have contributed to news creation, commented on news or shared it via social media sites such as Facebook (Facebook) or Twitter (Twitter).
tuki  news  media  trends  statistics  socialmedia  journalism  internet  socialnetworking  trend  future 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
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