19 March 2015 News flash
Monaco, 19 March 2015 – The first meeting of the Trade Observatory was held this morning, under the chairmanship of H.E. Mr Michel Roger, the Minister of State. The meeting was attended by the Mini...Read more of First meeting of Trade Observatory
09 April 2013 News flashRead more of 4th Meeting of the Scientific Council for Statistics and Economic Studies
20 July 2012 Press release
The commitmentsFollowing the undertaking by the Prince’s Government during the budget debates relating to the 2012 Preliminary Budget, Monaco Statistics yesterday submitted its report on state-owne...Read more of Monaco Statistics submits its report on state-owned housing to the Minister of State
27 June 2012 News flash
Ce matin, l’IMSEE publie l’édition 2012 du recueil statistique « Monaco en chiffres ».Ce recueil dresse annuellement un état statistique des secteurs économique, social, culturel et sportif de la P...Read more of Monaco en Chiffres 2012 est paru
06 June 2012 Press release
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 a...Read more of New Web Site and Graphic Identity for IMSEE
10 February 2012 News flash
This morning, H.E. the Minister of State visited the new premises housing the Monaco Statistics. The visit took place in the presence of members of Monaco Statistics' Scientific Council and Nationa...Read more of Visit by H.E. Mr. Michel Roger of the new offices of Monaco Statistics
Analysis and Statistics
IMSEE: Understanding our reality to map out our future
The creation of IMSEE, the Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies in 2011, was a major decision by the Monegasque Government to enable better monitoring of the country's future.
IMSEE’s role is to foster awareness of the economic and social environment of the Principality. It has become the main observer of Monegasque activity. Through the guidance it provides to both business and public stakeholders, it participates fully in the common objective of maintaining the Principality’s attractiveness.
For this purpose, the Institute has put in place an information system based on the collection of statistical data, endorsed by the Minister of State in consultation with the Scientific Council for statistics and economic studies. The information collected by IMSEE is sourced from State departments, the Municipality and public bodies. The data is the subject of statistical processing in line with nomenclatures and methods recognised at international level, collated by IMSEE.
Gathering, producing, analysing and disseminating this data increases overall knowledge and allows studies to be made, forecasts to be established and useful decisions to be taken.