The interactive publication ‘Migration and asylum in Europe’ presents European statistics on migration and asylum. It delves into different aspects such as mobility of people within the EU, migration to and from the EU, the different drivers of migration, people seeking asylum, and many more. This publication offers short texts and interactive visualisations with which you can compare the EU countries through different indicators. Organised into four sections – population diversity, protection and asylum, irregular migration and return, and skills of migrants – the publication provides valuable insights into migration and asylum in Europe.
Between 2019 and 2021, nine Member States conducted national pilot studies focused on diagnosis-specific morbidity statistics, testing the feasibility of such data collection within the European Statistical System (ESS). These studies were centred around 43 indicators that had been developed in previous projects. This document presents their findings, shared with the Working Group on Public Health Statistics in November 2022.
Key figures on European transport – 2023 edition
This publication presents a selection of key transport indicators. It starts with two chapters presenting transport measurement, providing information on the movement of people and goods by land, water and air transport modes. The third chapter looks at transport safety, again presenting information for various transport modes. The fourth chapter combines information on transport, the environment and energy. The final chapter looks at a range of economic indicators, such as employment in the transport sector, transport prices, and expenditure on transport.
This guide provides a framework and practical recommendations for establishing environmental tax statistics. It offers harmonised terminology, concepts, classifications and rules. The guide also offers help to compilers on data sources and methods and on the interpretation of indicators.
Manual de compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas sobre el uso de las TIC y el comercio electrónico en las empresas. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
The purpose of this publication is to provide the compilers of European statistics on information and communication technology (ICT) usage and e-commerce in enterprises with clarifications on how to apply the EU legal provisions. With the help of explanations and legal references, the Manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for National Statistical Authorities.
Manual para compiladores europeos de estadísticas sobre el uso de las TIC en los hogares y por parte de los individuos. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
The purpose of this publication is to provide the compilers of European statistics on the use of information and communication technology (ICT) in households and by individuals with clarifications on how to apply the EU legal provisions. With the help of explanations and legal references, the Manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for National Statistical Authorities.
The ‘SNAPSHOT’ user manual is specifically crafted for those who will be responsible for completing the ‘SNAPSHOT’ assessment questionnaire. Its purpose is to provide you with clear and comprehensive guidance to aid in understanding the assessment process and the process of filling out the tool. The manual explains the purpose of the assessment questions and elucidates how to use the guiding notes. The ultimate goal is to foster coherent and comparable assessments across multiple countries.
‘SNAPSHOT’ is a user-friendly and innovative statistical tool developed by Eurostat that provides a concise assessment of the maturity of a statistical system and the quality of key indicators. DG INTPA kindly supported its latest edition.
The “Guide to statistics in European Commission development cooperation” provides extensive information on statistics in development cooperation, presenting key international initiatives supporting partner countries in building sustainable statistical systems that produce quality statistics.
The Guide can be used to identify and develop actions to support statistics and statistical indicators to define and follow-up cooperation programmes, including sector policies. It provides insight into the statistics in a wide range of specific sectors, from agriculture to social statistics, from sustainable development indicators to business statistics.
The 2023 edition of the Guide compiled in one single publication the four volumes of the previous edition for easier reference and updated the chapters related to economic statistics. It should be noted that this is the sixth edition of the Guide, the previous ones being released in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017 and 2021.
This document presents Eurostat’s assessment of the quality of the national and regional accounts data submitted by Member States, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland in 2022. It also includes information on the quality of key European aggregates published by Eurostat. The quality report contains the seventh assessment of results since the start of data transmission according to the European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) on 1 September 2014. In general, data sent in 2022 were in line with the ESS quality standards and the ESA 2010 Regulation and Member States have shown improvements in complying with the data requirements and methodology.
Guía para compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas sobre el suministro internacional de servicios por modo de suministro. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
The ‘EBS Compilers Guide for European statistics on international supply of services by mode of supply’ provides methodological guidance and practical information to the data compilers, on how to compile of statistics on the international supply of services by modes of supply. The guide builds upon the manual for statistics on international trade in services (MSITS 2010) and is the result of collaborative work between several countries and international organizations (WTO, OECD, UNSD) participating in the Eurostat Task Force on Modes of Supply. The term “international supply of services” appears for the first time in the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in 1995. The GATS defines the supply of services on the basis of the location of the supplier and consumer at the time when the transaction takes place and describes it as ‘the supply of a service through four modes of supply’. This extended dimension of international trade in services matters greatly from a trade policy perspective, as market access conditions vary among the four ways of supplying services internationally.