Government is not reducible to a single quantitative indicator.
Empirical work done so far is usually based on standard quantitative indicators available for a longer time period for a broad range of countries.
One dispute is over the quantitative indicators that the framework agreement says should be set up to monitor progress in improving market access in Japan.
American officials maintain that the Japanese have rejected every quantitative indicator suggested by the United States.
Typically, the index is a composite of multiple quantitative indicators that via some formula, delivers a single numerical result.
A metric is a quantitative indicator of an attribute of a thing.
It would be helpful to support this with further quantitative indicators.
In order to obtain a quantitative indicator, 'reporting rate' is sometimes used, although this requires multiple visits or samples to arrive at.
Already many quantitative indicators have been established with regards to the use of natural resources, as for example in the energy and climate change sectors.
The Commission should pay particular attention to evacuations, which must contain quantitative indicators as well as those for content and quality.