Cartel webinar Eurostat 2020

Webinar Covid-19: Estadísticas al servicio de Europa | En línea, jueves, 3 diciembre 2020, 11 h.
Impartido por Ana Maqueda Lafuente (Eurostat. Oficina Estadística de la Unió Europea)

Webinar sobre la respuesta de Eurostat a los desafíos derivados de la crisis del Covid-19 a los países europeos. Se ofrece una visión panorámica de las series estadísticas relacionadas que pueden servir de base para medir el impacto de la crisis, proporcionando un contexto más amplio de esta. Se incluyen los últimos lanzamientos en esta área, como visualizaciones de utilizar una visualización de datos interactivos para observar tendencias, artículos detallados o la extracción de conjuntos de datos relevantes.

Con el apoyo de Eurostat, la Oficina Estadística de la Unió Europea i de la Facultat d’Economia de la Universitat de València.

Curso gratuito en lengua española con una duración aproximada de hora y media. Se requiere inscripción previa en la dirección: https://ir.uv.es/OcLiQq7

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BannerExperimental statistics use new data sources and methods in an effort to better respond to our users' needs. Eurostat has published the following data as experimental statistics:

EU inter country supply, use and input-output tables
Food price monitoring
Income & consumption: social surveys and national accounts
Income, consumption and wealth
Income inequality and poverty indicators
Labour market transitions
Multinational enterprise groups
Quality-adjusted labour input
Quarterly enterprise registrations and bankruptcies
Services trade by enterprise characteristics
Skills mismatch
World heritage sites

As these statistics have not reached full maturity in terms of harmonisation, coverage or methodology, they are always marked with a clearly visible logo and accompanied by detailed methodological notes. Explore the dedicated section and use the ‘Send us a message’ function (available in each sub-section) to give us your feedback on how to improve our experimental statistics. [+]

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La Competición Estadística Europea 2020-21 (European Statistics Competition – ESC) es una iniciativa promovida por la Oficina europea de estadística, Eurostat, y los institutos de estadística de varios países europeos.

Los objetivos generales de la ESC son: Promover la curiosidad y el interés en la Estadística entre los estudiantes. Incentivar el uso de nuevos materiales para la enseñanza de la Estadística. Mostrar el protagonismo de la Estadística a estudiantes y docentes. Promover el trabajo en equipo.

La ESC consta de dos fases: una nacional y otra europea. En España, la fase nacional se convoca por el Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE), la Facultad de Estudios Estadísticos (FEE) de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y la Sociedad de Estadística e Investigación Operativa (SEIO), para estudiantes de Enseñanza Secundaria Obligatoria, Formación Profesional Básica, Bachillerato y Ciclos Formativos de grado medio. Los equipos ganadores en la fase nacional tienen premio. Además, los equipos que superen la fase nacional podrán ser candidatos para participar en la fase europea de la ESC. [+]

CoverRegions in Europe — Statistics visualised — 2020 edition

EU Member States are often compared with each other, but in reality it can be difficult to contrast small countries like Luxembourg or Malta with larger ones such as France or Germany. Analysing data at a regional level can highlight disparities either across the EU or within countries, such as an east-west divide in Germany or a north-south divide in Italy.

The digital publication Regions in Europe — statistics visualised offers a range of interactive visualisations accompanied by short texts that allow you to compare your region with other regions in Europe. The publication is divided into three principal sections: people and society, economic activities, the environment and natural resources. [+]

CoverThe European economy since the start of the millenium — a statistical portrait — 2020 edition

This digital publication The European economy since the start of the millennium — a statistical portrait aims to show how main features of the economy of the European Union and its Member States have evolved since 2000 through a large range of statistical data giving both a micro- and a macro-economic perspective.

Throughout the publication, brief descriptions of the main findings are completed with interactive visualisations, where you can compare your country with other countries. This publication is aimed at those who would like to have an overview of the economic trends in the EU since 2000 in an easy and interactive way. [+]

CoverBasic figures on the EU — Second quarter 2020

The quarterly series 'Basic figures on the EU' presents the freshest Eurostat data on a small number of key indicators in the economic, social and environmental fields. In an effort to give readers a better overview of the data available in the Eurostat database, each edition of Basic figures on the EU introduces a set of alternating indicators. The same content is available in a compact printed leaflet.  [+]

CoverThe EU in the world — 2020 edition

This publication, published every second year, provides a statistical portrait of the European Union (EU) in relation to the rest of the world. It presents a broad range of indicators for the EU and the non-EU members of the Group of Twenty (G20). It is structured into three parts: people and society — population, health, education and training, labour market, living conditions, as well as digital society; economy and business— economy and finance, international trade, business, as well as research and development; environment and natural resources— transport, energy, environment, as well as agriculture, forestry and fisheries. [+]

CoverNew methods for timely estimates — 2020 edition

The paper examines the out-of-sample forecasting performance of mixed-frequency pVAR models for four key macroeconomic variables using data from four European economies, with the goal of providing evidence on the usefulness and reliability of these models for use by official statistical agencies. [+]

BannerEurope Day celebrates peace and unity in Europe. It commemorates the historical 'Schuman declaration' setting out Robert Schuman’s idea for a new form of political cooperation in Europe. On Europe Day 2020, the EU institutions want to pay tribute through numerous online activities to the many Europeans who, in a spirit of solidarity, are helping our Union get through the coronavirus crisis. Eurostat publishes a set of infographics showing the EU and Member States in numbers. [+]

BannerIn order to respond to the demands for information arising from the current crisis, we have launched a new dedicated section on our website, bringing together in one place a wide range of statistics and data published by Eurostat related to COVID-19.

In this section, we cover a range of topics related to the economy, society and work, population and health as well as agriculture, energy, transport and tourism. For each of these topics, we show our latest releases, provide an interactive data visualisation to explore the figures, guide you to more in depth information in Statistics Explained articles and link to relevant datasets from our database.

These can give you a baseline against which the impact of the crisis on European societies and economies can be measured, provide a wider background or help you to see the evolution of the crisis. [+]

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