Másters sobre la Unión Europea
Miércoles, 11 Octubre 2017 10:09

Cifras clave en Europa. Edición 2017

CoverKey Figures on Europe — 2017 edition

Key figures on Europe presents a selection of topical data. Most data cover the European Union and its Member States, while some indicators are provided for other countries, such as members of EFTA, enlargement countries to the European Union. This publication may be viewed as an introduction to European statistics and provides a starting point for those who wish to explore the wide range of data that is freely on Eurostat’s website. [+]

CoverEurostat - OECD Compilation guide on inventories

The Eurostat-OECD compilation guide on inventories represents the first comprehensive overview of conceptual and practical issues related to the compilation of the balance-sheet item ‘inventories’ in the national accounts.

The estimation of inventories and changes in inventories in national accounts is often very difficult. Therefore it is the aim of this compilation guide to provide conceptual and practical guidance to statisticians on the estimation and valuation of inventories in mutual coherence with the transaction changes in inventories, and by doing so, to increase international comparability for these items. The guide clarifies theoretical concepts and possible data sources. It elaborates several estimation methods for both the asset inventories and the transaction changes in inventories, including their breakdowns into products, industries and institutional sectors. The compilation guide also addresses several special estimation cases and provides the results of a questionnaire — completed by 34 countries — on country practices regarding the estimation of inventories.

The Eurostat-OECD compilation guide on inventories was prepared by the Task Force on Land and other non-financial assets under the joint leadership of Eurostat and the OECD. Representatives from various European Union (EU) and non-EU OECD countries were represented as well as the European Central Bank. [+]

CoverHandbook on Cyclical Composite indicators – 2017 edition
For Business Cycle Analysis

The 2007-2009 global financial and economic crises revealed severe weaknesses in the system of macroeconomic infra-annual statistics which prevent a prompt detection of the crises especially when in the making.

The purpose of this handbook is to provide statistical and econometric guidance on harmonized principles for the compilation and monitoring of cyclical composite indicators. At the same time, the handbook outlines guidelines for the compilation and presentation of such indicators. [+]

coverKey figures on enlargement countries — 2017 edition (re-edition)

This extensive statistical book on enlargement countries covers the years 2005 to 2015 and contains tables and graphs on population, education, living conditions and labour market, economy and finance, agriculture, business, science, technology and digital society, external trade as well as transport, energy, and environment. A short commentary on the data and methodological notes are also included. [+]

Cover40 years of EU-ASEAN cooperation — 2017 edition

This statistical publication – commemorating the 40th anniversary of EU-ASEAN Dialogue Relations celebrated in 2017 – offers an insight into a range of socioeconomic issues concerning EU–ASEAN relations. It focuses on statistical data on trade, investment and migration, and also provides an overview of key data regarding the economy, finance, labour market and population. The data, presented in this publication, has been extracted from the Eurostat’s online database, statistics pages of the ASEAN website and a range of international sources. [+]

CoverTowards a harmonised methodology for statistical indicators — Part 3: Relevance for policy making

Indicators more and more play a fundamental role in our modern societies and constitute an essential resource for policymakers, business leaders and the general public. They support evidence-based decision making, allow comparisons over time, between policies, countries and regions, social groups and industries, and contribute to increased transparency and accountability.

To fulfil this key role, indicators must be based on statistics that meet defined quality requirements. European statistics as produced and disseminated by Eurostat and the EU national statistical institutes meet the highest quality requirements. Being based on high quality statistics is a necessary but not a sufficient condition to make indicators policy relevant. Official statisticians, researchers and experts must be aware of the implications of the increasing role of statistical indicators in policy making. They have to engage with decision-makers to understand their needs and the expectations, but also to provide guidance for a correct interpretation and use of these indicators, and for their limitations.

This paper is the last in a series of three papers on statistical indicators published by Eurostat. The first paper on 'Indicator typologies and terminologies' was published in 2014. The second paper on 'Communicating through indicators' was released in February 2017. [+]

CoverEuropean statistics for European policies — A wealth of data to underpin the Commission Priorities

Eurostat supplies a wealth of high-quality, harmonized and comparable statistics for policy making, implementation and monitoring. This brochure is a guide to the wide range of data Eurostat can provide in each of the Commission priority areas: Jobs, Growth and Investment; Digital Single Market; Energy Union and Climate; Internal Market; A Deeper and Fairer Economic and Monetary Union; EU-US Free Trade Agreement; Justice and Fundamental Rights; Migration; A Stronger Global Actor; Democratic Change. The brochure also points out interesting facts for each priority area and provides links to further information and resources. [+]

CoverMethodological manual on city statistics – 2017 edition

This Methodological manual of city statistics aims to provide data suppliers with the necessary information to achieve coherence and comparability of the data collected, and to support users in understanding and interpreting the meaning of the data for their own purposes.

The core part of the Methodological Manual of City Statistics is the 'Glossary' chapter, where the individual variables and indicators are defined and described together with concrete examples. In addition to the 'Glossary', complementary information on the data quality and methodology as well as explanations on the spatial dimensions and coding system are given in order to guarantee a harmonised and comparable dataset. [+]

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