28 January 2021 Press release
Monaco Statistics (IMSEE) and the Scientific Council for Statistics and Economic Studies were established on 24 January 2011.With a mandate to promote knowledge of the Principality’s economic and s...Read more of Monaco Statistics marks tenth anniversary
15 December 2020 Press release
Monaco Statistics (IMSEE) presented the Principality’s Economy Bulletin for the third quarter of 2020 before a press audience on Tuesday 15 December.Surrounded by Government ministers Jean Castelli...Read more of Presentation of Economy Bulletin for Q3 2020
Monegasque Economy Bulletin - From Lockdown to the Lifting of Lockdown - The "Expected Economic Underperformance" in the Second Quarter22 September 2020 Press release
On Monday 21 September, the Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE), presented the Principality's Economy Bulletin* to the Press.Accompanied by Government Ministers Didier G...Read more of Monegasque Economy Bulletin - From Lockdown to the Lifting of Lockdown - The "Expected Economic Underperformance" in the Second Quarter
29 June 2017 News flash
The Monegasque Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies (IMSEE) has just published a Focus on the subject of the Civil Service. This publication shows that, as at31December 2016, 4,528 people o...Read more of IMSEE Publishes a Focus on the Civil Service
Analysis and Statistics
Monaco Statistics: Understanding our reality to map out our future
The creation of Monaco Statistics, 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.
Monaco Statistics’ role is to foster awareness of the economic and social environment of the Principality. 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, in consultation with the Scientific Council for statistics and economic studies. The information collected by Monaco Statistics 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 Monaco Statistics.
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.
All publications of Monaco Statistics are available online on the Institute's website www.monacostatistics.mc