Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification, Second edition, 2006
Classification Scheme Attributes
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Classification Scheme|
|Definition:||The Australian Bureau of Statistics classification of industries.|
The structure of ANZSIC is a hierarchical classification with four levels: Divisions (the broadest level), Subdivisions, Groups and Classes (the finest level).
At the Divisional level, the main purpose is to provide a limited number of categories which provide a broad overall picture of the economy and are suitable for the publication of summary tables in official statistics. The Subdivision, Group and Class levels provide increasingly detailed dissections of these categories for the compilation of more specific and detailed statistics.
The conceptual framework adopted for the development of ANZSIC 2006 uses supply-side based industry definitions and groupings. Business units engaged in similar productive activities are grouped together.
Collection and usage attributes
|Guide for use:||This 2006 edition of the ANZSIC replaces the 1993 edition.|
Source and reference attributes
|Origin:||Australian Bureau of Statistics|
|Reference documents:||Australian Bureau of Statistics 2006. Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Industries, Second Edition, Cat no. 1292.0 Canberra: ABS. Viewed 7 July 2011.|
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