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Proposed New Industry Structure for Management and Support Services

By U. S. Census Bureau Department

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Title: Proposed New Industry Structure for Management and Support Services  
Author: U. S. Census Bureau Department
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Census., Census report
Collections: U.S. Census Bureau Collection
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Bureau Department, U. C. (n.d.). Proposed New Industry Structure for Management and Support Services. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Statistical Reference Document

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Excerpt: The statistical agencies of Canada, Mexico, and the United States have agreed to place major emphasis on improved services classifications in NAICS, and to give special attention to developing production-oriented classifications for new and emerging industries and service industries in general. Most past services classifications, including the International Standard Industrial Classification of all Economic Activities (ISIC, Revision 3) have two analytical inadequacies. First, individual services industries have been too aggregated to be useful. They have combined too many disparate activities into a single industry definition. This criticism has been heard even in the U.S. where the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification has more services industries detail than is the case for other classification systems. As indicated later in this outline, the detail problem has been addressed in NAICS by breaking out new services industries from many of the broad and heterogeneous industry definitions in the former systems of all three countries. These new industries reflect the increasing degree of specialization in the economy as businesses and other organizations increasingly contract out for services that have historically been done in house. In order to meet this objective, a number of industries were established that are presently small or nonexistent in Canada or Mexico. Many of the establishments in these new industries are included in miscellaneous classes in current classification systems and the NAICS structure will substantially reduce the size of such residual classes.

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