base year

(redirected from Base Years)
Also found in: Financial.

base year

[′bās ‚yir]
(statistics)
References in periodicals archive ?
On the other hand, leaving aside speculations with respect to the "best" choice of base years and (end) target year, lack of transparency is difficult to introduce in base year targets (because past emissions are reported to UNFCCC in national inventories), but feasible under the other two main forms of targets.
According to the African Development Bank (AfDB), there are 19 countries in Africa where the GDP base year is more than a decade old, and at least io countries where it is much older still - the Democratic Republic of Congo and Equatorial Guinea have base years that are 30 years old.
The NCSI will publish the December 2013 indicators based on the two base years (2000A[degrees] 2012) in the monthly publication which will be issued in January 2014.
The National Centre for Statistics and Information will publish December 2013 indicators based on the two base years (2000 and 2012) in the monthly publication, which will be issued in January 2014.
Stops and Base Years usually include another procedure as part of their implementation.
Although delaying an accumulation distribution until 1995 allows a potentially higher marginal rate year (1994) to enter the five base years of the throwback calculation, it may not increase the beneficiary's tax.
Data on Gross National Product (GNP) and its components expressed in prices and weights of base years prior to 1987 come from the Survey of Current Business;(2) data on the NIPA expressed in terms of 1987 prices and weights were downloaded from the Data Resources Inc.
This follow-on contract is worth approximately $60 million over two base years and one option year.
The indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with three base years and three one-year options is valued at a maximum of $150 million, with initial store automation orders totaling over $10 million.
A performance-based contract with five base years and four award years, EITC is valued at $ 190 million dollars if all award years are earned.
The term of the subcontract is for three base years and two options years giving a total potential value of the subcontract of over $30 million.
This task-based contract, which has three base years with two one-year options, has an expected value of $3 million, but could exceed that amount.