Studi su singoli paesi – Paesi Extraeuropei

Argentina
Canada
India
Stati Uniti d’America

Argentina

  • La actividad estadística en la Argentina 1550-1983, Instituto Nacional de Estadisticas y Censos, Buenos Aires, 1983
  • Oscar H. Elìa, Los censos nacionales, Buenos Aires, Imprenta Córdoba, 1946.
  • Hernàn Gonzàlez Bollo, La estadística pública y la expansión del Estado argentino: una historia social y política de una burocracia especializada, 1869-1947, Tesis de Doctorado, Programa de Posgrado en Historia Argentina y Contemporánea Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, 2007.
  • Alberto Martinèz, La estadìstica en la Repùblica Argentina: su pasado, su presente y mejoras de que es susceptible en el porvenir, Buenos Aires, Compañìa Sud-Americana de Billetes de Banco, 1890.
  • Hernàn Otero, Estadística y nación. Una historia conceptual del pensamiento censal de la Argentina moderna, 1869-1914, Buenos Aires,  Editorial Prometeo, 2007.

Canada

Bibliografia

  • Bruce Curtis, The Politics of Population. State Formation, Statistics and the Census of Canada, 1840-1875, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2001.
  • George Emery, Facts of life: the social construction of vital statistics, Ontario, 1869-1952, Montreal-Kingston, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1993
  • Statistics Canada, 75 years and counting: a history of Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Statistics Canada, 1993.
  • Sylvia T. Wargon, La démographie au Canada, 1945-1995, Paris, Ined, 1997 («Dossiers et Recherches», 1997/62).
  • David A. Worton, The Dominion Bureau of Statistics: A History of Canada’s Central Statistical Office and Its Antecedents, 1841-1972, Montreal, McGill University Press, 1998.

Edizioni di Fonti

  • Robert Gourlay, Statistical account of Upper Canada, compiled with a view to a grand system of emigration (London, Simpkin & Marshall, 1822), S.R. Publishers Ltd., 1966.

India

  • Shriram Maheshwari, The census administration under the raj and after, New Delhi, Concept Pub. Co, 1996.

Stati Uniti d’America

  • WilliamAlonso, PaulStarr, (eds.), The Politics of Numbers, New York, Ny, Russell Sage Foundation, 1987.P. Starr, The sociology of official statistics (7-57); …; C. Jencks, The politics of income measurement (83-132); ; M.J Anderson Conk, The 1980 Census in historical perspective (155-186); W. Petersen, Politics and the Measurement of Ethnicity (187-233); N. Keyfitz, The social and political context of population forecasting (235-258); K. Prewett, Public Statistics and Democratic Politics (261-274); S. Kelman, The political foundations of American statistical policy (275-302); A. Thernstrom, Statistics and the Politics of Minority Representation: The Evolution of the Voting Rights Act Since 1965 (303-327); …; J.I. de Neufville, Federal statistics in local governments (343-362); J.A. Weiss, J.E. Gruber, The managed irrelevance of federal education statistics (363-391); J.W. Duncan, Technology, costs and the new economics of statistics (395-413); P. Starr, R. Corson, Who Will Have the Numbers? The Rise of the Statistical Services Industry and the Politics of Public Data (415-447);
  • Margo J. Anderson, The American Census: a social history, New Haven, Ct, Yale University Press, 1988
  • Margo J. Anderson, Stephen E. Fienberg, Who counts? The politics of Census taking in contemporary America, New York, Ny, Russel Sage Foundation, 1999.
  • Margo J. Anderson Conk, The United States Census and labour force change: a history of occupation statistics, 1870-1940, Ann Arbor, Mi, UMI Research Press, 1980.
  • Simone M. Benoît, Histoire et méthodologie du recensement de la population aux Etats-Unis (1787-1930), suivies de l’étude des Bulletins démographiques dans la même nation, Paris, Recueil Sirey, 1931.
  • James H. Cassedy, Demography in Early America: beginnings of the Statistical Mind, 1600-1800, Cambridge, Ma, Harvard University Press, 1969.
  • Patricia C. Cohen, A calculating people: the spread of numeracy in early America, Chicago, Il, University of Chicago Press, 1982.
  • Jean Converse, Survey research in the United States: roots and emergence, Bekeley, Ca, University of California Press, 1987.
  • Joseph P. Duncan, William C. Shelton, Revolution in United States government statistics, 1926-1976, Washington, Dc, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1978.
  • Joseph P. Goldberg, William T. Moye, The first hundred years of the Bureau of labor statistics, Washington, Dc, GPO, 1985.
  • Susan Herbst, Numbered voices: how opinion polling has shaped American politics, Chicago, Il, University of Chicago Press, 1993.
  • Sarah Igo, The Averaged American: Surveys, Citizens, and the Making of a Mass Public, Cambridge, Ma, Harvard University Press, 2007.
  • James Leiby, Carroll Wright and labor reform: the origins of labor statistics, Cambridge, Ma, Harvard University Press, 1960.
  • Harry M. Marks, The progress of experiment: science and therapeutic reform in the United States from 1900 to 1990, Cambridge – New York – Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, 1997. Indice e anteprima.
  • Janet Norwood, Organizing to count: change in the Federal Statistical System, Washington, Dc, Urban Institute Press, 1995.
  • Dorothy Ross, The origins of American social science, Cambridge – New York – Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  • Malcom, Rutherford (ed.), The Economic Mind in America: Essays in the History of American Economics, London, Routledge, 1998.  Indice e anteprima.
  • Ann Herbert Scott, Census U.S.A.: Fact Finding for the American People 1790-1970, New York, Ny, Seabury Press, 1968.
  • Christopher C. Sellers, Hazards of the job: from industrial disease to environmental health, Chapel Hill, Nc, University of North Carolina Press, 1997.  Indice e anteprima.
  • Stephen M. Stigler (ed.), American contributions to mathematical statistics in the nineteenth century, New York, Arno Press, 1980, 2 vols.
  • Carroll D. Wright, The history and growth of the United States Census, Washington, Dc, GPO, 1900.
  • Rosemarie Zagarri, The politics of size: representation in the United States, 1776-1850, Ithaca, Ny, Cornell University Press, 1987.