New Web Site and Graphic Identity for IMSEE
The lnstitut Monégasque de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (I.M.S.E.E.), (Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies) was established by Sovereign Order on 28th January 2011 as part of measures undertaken to boost Monaco's economic appeal.
IMSEE now has a new graphic identity and is available to the public via a web site: www.imsee.mc
IMSEE's new logo will enable it to be more visible and more easily identifiable by businesses and private individuals, as well as by an international public.
The new graphic identity represents IMSEE's key values …
… while preserving the special characteristics of this Institute and its connections with the Principality.
This logo is also understandable internationally, because of the words "Monaco Statistics," which communicate a clear message.
Adopting this new identity coincides with the launch of a new web site devoted to statistics relating to the Principality of Monaco. Making economic and social data and other information available to the public is part of IMSEE's mission.
This site presents IMSEE's organisational, legal and ethical work. There are explanations of the Institute's mission, the role and composition of its Scientific Council, the main legal texts governing IMSEE's activities in the Principality and a code of statistical good practice.
Studies and specific figures are presented by theme: economy, finance, employment, population, and demography, and all IMSEE's publications are available.
These publications concern:
- economic research: real estate, industry, the retail trade and foreign trade
- a calculation of and results of the annual GDP
- the economic bulletin: this is published quarterly, and shows the main figures relating to tourism, real estate, transport, sectoral turnover and foreign trade data
- the economic section of the brochure "Monaco en chiffre" ("Monaco in Figures") which presents the economy of the Principality in detail.
In the demographic section of the web site, projections carried out by IMSEE relating to changes in the Monegasque population up to 2022 are also available in the form of an animated pyramid, structured according to age.
This site will be added to regularly, particularly when various publications are available, according to the publication schedule.