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CoverQuality report of the third wave of the European health interview survey — 2022 edition

The purpose of this quality report is to provide the users of the European Union Health Statistics with a tool for assessing the quality of these statistics which are based on the European Union Health Interview Survey (EHIS). The report provides a description of the methodology of the third wave of EHIS and an overview of the survey implementation by ESS countries between 2018 and 2020. This is followed by a presentation and discussion of the main quality indicators for EHIS wave 3 which, in this report, are: instruments and characteristics of quality management, accuracy and reliability of the survey sampling, timeliness and punctuality of the survey implementation and dissemination, and comparability and coherence of the survey results. The lessons learned can be used for the next round of EHIS wave 4 that will take place in ESS countries in 2025. [+]

CoverKey figures on Europe — 2022 edition

This fifth edition of Key figures on Europe follows on from the success of previous years’ publication. It aims to provide intuitive visualisations, innovative data presentations and more concise text, so users can rapidly obtain an understanding of differences between Member States.

This publication provides you with a selection of interesting key statistics on the European Union (EU), its Member States as well as the countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Drawing from the rich collection of data available at Eurostat, we aim to provide insight into the current situation and recent developments across the EU with regard to people and society, the economy and business, and the environment and natural resources. As the previous version, the 2022 edition continues to show data on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across sectors. [+]

CoverThe European economy since the start of the millennium — 2022 interactive edition

The European economy since the start of the millennium — 2022 interactive edition 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.

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CoverImproving the measurement of poverty and social exclusion in Europe: reducing non-sampling errors

Non-sampling error can seriously influence statistical estimates based on survey data. Almost any stage of the survey process can give rise to such statistical error, from initial decisions about the concepts to be measured by the survey through to the final stages of data editing. Two aspects of the implementation of data collection are particularly important: survey participation (or its counterpart, non-response) and survey measurement (the validity and accuracy of the answers provided by respondents). Data collection modes play an important role in determining the influence of these aspects. This book attempts to map out the influence of all possible types of non-sampling error on the European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC) data, and to identify ways in which the error could be reduced. The major¬ity of the chapters report research that formed part of the activities of the Third Network for the Analysis of EU-SILC (Net-SILC3), although there are also some guest chapters. The many practical conclusions include suggestions for improvements to documentation of procedures, improvements to guidance on survey procedures, capacity building in methods for dealing with error sources, and methodological studies, es¬pecially cross-national studies. [+]

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CoverKey figures on European business — 2022 edition

This second edition of Key figures on European business provides visualisations and innovative data presentations supported by concise texts and can be viewed as an introduction to European business statistics.

The publication presents a selection of key business statistics indicators for the European Union, the Member States and the EFTA countries. It starts with an overview, followed by more detailed analyses on four specific parts of the business economy — industry, construction, distributive trades and other non-financial services, and ends with a chapter on tourism. Each of these chapters focusing on different parts of the business economy starts with an overview of the economic structure and continues with information on annual developments through to 2022. These chapters end with a focus on the latest developments, based on monthly data. [+]

CoverNew LUCAS 2022 sample and subsamples design — Criticalities and solutions — 2022 edition

The Eurostat Land Use/Cover Area frame Survey (LUCAS) is mainly an in-situ survey designed to provide harmonized statistics on Land Use and Land Cover across the European Union. LUCAS 2022 survey covers all EU Member States by observing 400,000 selected points. In addition to the Land cover and Land Use observed at each of these points, further information is collected in order to assess environmental aspects such as the grassland and soil quality. [+]

CoverEURONA — Eurostat review of national accounts and macroeconomic indicators — 2022 edition

EURONA is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to National Accounts and Macroeconomic Indicators. EURONA aims at providing a platform for researchers, scholars, producers and users of macroeconomic statistics to exchange their research findings. [+]

CoverEmpowering society by reusing privately-held data for official statistics — A European approach — 2022 edition

This publication is the final report of the High-Level Expert Group on facilitating the use of new data sources for official statistics. The Expert Group, which consisted of independent experts of various backgrounds, was set up by the Commission to advise and assist Eurostat regarding Business-to-Government data sharing for official statistics in the context of the data strategy of the Commission. [+]

CoverStatistical Annex of the 2021 Annual Report on Migration and Asylum - 2022 edition

This statistical annex to the 2021 Annual Report on Migration and Asylum, produced by the European Migration Network (EMN), provides an overview of relevant migration-related statistics.

Eurostat prepared the first part of the annex that compiles European statistics for the EU and Norway and is organised in nine thematic areas: legal migration and mobility, international protection including asylum, unaccompanied minors, integration, citizenship and statelessness, borders, Schengen and visas, irregular migration, return and readmission, trafficking in human beings. The second part of the annex consists of complementary national data provided by EMN National Contact Points.

The annex complements the Annual Report on Migration and Asylum produced by the European Migration Network (EMN) that summarises the most important legal and policy developments in the areas of migration and asylum in the EU Member States, Norway and Georgia in 2021. It focuses on new legislative and policy measures introduced in 2021, reported by the EMN National Contact Points (NCPs) via their national reports (which are available on the EMN website). [+]

CoverWeb intelligence for measuring emerging economic trends: the drone industry — 2022 edition

The ‘Web Intelligence for Drones’ project targeted the development of a method to retrieve information from the web on businesses based in EU countries that have their main activity in the sector of civil unmanned aerial systems (UAS) also known as ‘drones’. The study presents a novel methodology and the tools developed to identify drone companies through the web and to extract company-relevant information from their websites. The method was developed with a perspective of generalisation in mind (across countries and across economic sectors) wherever possible. It has already been fully applied to three European countries (Spain, Italy and Ireland), and the results are presented in this report. [+]

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