Figures have been updated.
This working paper explores the reasons for biases and how they can be treated. There are four types of different biases described in this Working paper.
There has been a significant growth in aquaculture in Iceland and fish farming activities have quadrupled in the last decade. In 2018, the production was 19 thousand tonnes, which is 1.8 thousand tonnes less than in 2017.
The total population 1 January 2019 was 356,991 and grew by 8,541 from the previous year, a 2.4% rise.
The building cost index compiled in the middle of March 2019 is 142.4 points (December 2009=100), unchanged from the previous month.
Earnings of farms engaged in fur farming as a main economic activity were negative in 2014-2017. There were 30 farms in 2017, 13 less than in 2013.