Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

CoverHow does attrition affect estimates of persistent poverty rates? The case of European Union statistics on income and living conditions (EU-SILC)

Among the primary EU indicators of social inclusion is the persistent at risk of poverty rate, defined as the proportion of persons in a country who are at risk of income poverty in the current year and who were at risk of income poverty in at least two of the preceding three years. Evidence about poverty persistence is an important complement to information about poverty prevalence at a point in time. Estimates of persistent at risk of poverty rates are derived from the longitudinal component of EU SILC in which the fortunes of individuals are tracked over four consecutive years, in principle. In practice, not all of the individuals present in the first sample year provide four years of income data: there is attrition and estimates of persistent at risk of poverty measure may therefore not be reliable. Rates of attrition from the four-year EU-SILC samples used to calculate persistent poverty rates vary substantially across Member States, and there is also substantial cross-national diversity in the characteristics of individuals lost to follow-up. This working paper documents such patterns in detail and provides evidence that application of longitudinal weights does not fully account for the effects of attrition, and that different assumptions about the poverty status of attritors lead to wide bounds for estimates of persistent poverty rates for most Member States. [+]

CoverHigh income and affluence: Evidence from the European Union statistics on income and living conditions (EU-SILC)

This working paper examines the top tail of the income distributions in the 2012 EU-SILC data. First, it discusses issues related to data quality, including under-estimation of top incomes. Then, the data are used as they are to compute several income-based measures of affluence. Finally, the link between non-income information and high incomes is analysed. The working paper shows that EU-SILC is a useful complementary source on high incomes, in particular when the aim is to measure the size of the economically very well-off group. It also shows that identifying the affluent only on the basis of relative incomes is not sufficient. In a number of countries, many households in the upper tail of the income distribution report having difficulties in making ends meet. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short term statistics — Issue No 2/2017

Eurostatistics - Economic analysis data show the current economic development in the European Union, in the euro area and in the Member States. This monthly magazine provides a comprehensive picture of the current macroeconomic situation. It refers to the most important European economic indicators (PEEIs) and some economic indicators. [+]

CoverTourism Satellite Accounts in Europe

Tourism plays an important role in many countries' economies and labour markets. Tourism Satellite Accounts (TSA) is a framework developed to quantify the importance of tourism. This publication disseminates national results for a set of key TSA indicators for EU and EFTA countries who have compiled TSA for recent reference years and is a follow-up of the publication "Tourism Satellite Accounts in Europe" of 2013. [+]

CoverInternational trade for the European Neighbourhood Policy-East countries. 2016 Edition

Ce dépliant présente les dernières statistiques du commerce extérieur disponibles pour les pays de l'Est participant à la Politique Européenne de Voisinage (PEV). Les pays PEV de l'Est comprennent l'Arménie, l'Azerbaïdjan, la Biélorussie, la Géorgie, la Moldavie et l'Ukraine. [+]

CoverTowards a harmonised methodology for statistical indicators - Part 2: Communicating through indicators

Indicators constitute an essential resource for policy makers, business leaders and the general public. They assist an evidence-based decision making, allow comparisons to be made over time and between policies and programmes, countries and regions, social groups and industries, and contribute to increased transparency and accountability. Indicators also provide a very powerful way of communicating information.

Indicators are used in many areas of social and environmental science, economics, business, and project management. A vast empirical experience of communicating through indicators now exists. However, only limited attempts to develop a methodology for this topic have so far been carried out. The purpose of this paper is to make an initial summary of the existing best practices on this theme encompassing communication and statistical knowledge. The paper should be regarded as an occasion to raise awareness and stimulate a debate about what is good communication through statistical indicators.

This paper is the second in a series of three papers on statistical indicators published by Eurostat. A first paper on 'Indicator typologies and terminologies' was published in 2014. The third paper in the series will discuss the relevance of indicators for policy making. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — Issue No 1/2017

Eurostatistics - Data for short-term economic analysis - shows the evolution of the economic activity in the European Union, euro area and Member States. This monthly review gives a synthetic picture of the macroeconomic situation in the recent past. It is based on Principal European Economic Indicators (PEEIs), complemented by some business cycle indicators. [+]

CoverSystem of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 — Applications and extensions

The System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 — Applications and Extensions (SEEA Applications and Extensions) provides examples of potential uses of environmental-economic accounts for policy and research. It supports the implementation of the international statistical standard System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 — Central Framework (SEEA Central Framework) and it highlights the potential uses of data organised in accordance with the SEEA CF conceptual basis. [+]

CoverCompilers guide on European statistics on natural gas and electricity prices

This Compilers Guide provides conceptual issues and practical information and guidance for reporting authorities to compile and report natural gas and electricity price statistics to Eurostat based on the Regulation (EU) 2016/1952. The compilers guide includes examples of 5 reporting authorities that illustrate the practical application of this regulation , in particular the reporting of taxes, fees, levies and charges and network costs. [+] 

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