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CoverEconomic statistics for the European Neighbourhood Policy-East countries — 2020 edition

European Neighbourhood Policy - East countries - economic statistics - 2020 edition This leaflet presents the latest available economic statistics for the European Neighbourhood Policy-East (ENP-E) countries. The ENP-East countries comprise Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. [+]

CoverLabour market statistics in the European Neighbourhood Policy-East countries — 2020 edition

European Neighbourhood Policy - East countries - Labour market statistics - 2020 edition This leaflet presents the latest available labour market statistics for the European Neighbourhood Policy-East (ENP-East) countries. The ENP-East countries comprise Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. [+]

CoverAgriculture, forestry and fishery statistics — 2019 edition

The Agriculture, forestry and fishery statistics book presents a selection of topical data. Information is presented for the European Union and its Member States, and is supplemented (when available) with data for EFTA countries and for the candidate countries and potential candidate countries to the European Union. This publication is divided into nine chapters, providing facts and figures about farms, farmers, farm production and prices, the performance of the agricultural sector, forestry and fisheries activities, food and beverages processing and the trade in agricultural goods. [+]

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CoverMicro data linking — 2019 edition

Microdata linking (MDL) provides an opportunity to discover new information and to develop new statistics and indicators both when using existing data sets but also when combining with new data collections. The guidelines for MDL gather past experiences and best practices of the microdata linking, focusing on the most recent exercise of linking Business demography (BD) and Trade by enterprise characteristics (TEC) data. The key concepts and sources are described in broad terms. The central role of the Business register is emphasized when carrying out microdata linking exercises.

This publication introduces the rationale and key elements of microdata linking and suggests new angles for economic analysis and support for policy making. It also deals with the benefits and limitations of microdata linking and the main lessons learned so far. [+]

CoverEuropean system of integrated social protection statistics ESSPROS — 2019 edition

The European System of integrated Social PROtection Statistics(ESSPROS) was developed in the late 70s by Eurostat jointly with representative of the Member States of the European Union in response to the need for a specific instrument of statistical observation of social protection in the EU Member States. The new ESSPROS Manual and user guidelines is the updated guide for compiling and using ESSPROS data. It includes amendments and clarifications on the following topics: capital transfers, standard retirement age, re-routed social contributions. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — 2019 edition — 12/2019

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. [+]

CoverTourism Satellite Accounts in Europe — 2019 edition

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 2016. [+]

CoverMethodology for calculating harmonised risk indicators for pesticides under Directive 2009/128/EC – 2019 edition

Harmonised Risk Indicators are needed to estimate the trends in risk from pesticide use. Harmonised Risk Indicators are defined in the Directive 2009/128/EC establishing a framework for Community action to achieve the sustainable use of pesticides (the Sustainable Use Directive). These indicators are necessary to measure progress in meeting the main objective of the Directive - the reduction of risks from pesticide use for human health and the environment. The European Commission shall calculate them for the EU, and Member States should calculate the Harmonised Risk Indicators at a national level. The data to be used for the calculations shall be statistical data collected in accordance with Union legislation concerning statistics on plant protection products, i.e. Regulation (EC) No 1185/2009 on pesticide statistics, and other relevant data. This document is intended to provide information to Member States to assist them in meeting their obligations under Article 15(2) of Directive 2009/128/EC. [+]

CoverMeasuring trade in services by mode of supply — 2019 edition

This paper reviews the similar paths followed by the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to measure international services categorized by mode of supply. Most notably, these agencies have adopted a similar survey form that uses an innovative approach to collect information on mode of supply by simply having companies report the percentage of its services supplied though one mode as opposed to all modes, with the idea that the other modes can be estimated as a residual or using other data sources. Prior to these efforts by ONS and BEA, few countries had attempted to measure trade in services by mode of supply, and in these few cases, most measures had been based on assumptions about industry practices or on surveys that only asked for the predominant mode of supply rather than a more precise percentage supplied by mode. [+]

CoverInsights to career outcomes and skills of Dutch graduates — 2019 edition

In this study, LinkedIn, Statistics Netherlands and Eurostat examine anonymised and aggregated data about graduates of Dutch-based higher education institutions among LinkedIn members to explore their professional career path in detail, e.g. how they progressed in the labour market or pursued further study after completing their first degree.

The dataset was built from a significant cohort of LinkedIn members who reported graduation from Dutch institutions on their profiles. They completed a Bachelor’s degree at a university of applied sciences or a Master’s degree from a research university, between 2010 and 2014.

In designing the study, LinkedIn, Statistics Netherlands and Eurostat worked together to assess the dataset and investigate its representativeness, through validation and robustness checks. An approach for analysing the early career outcomes of graduates was developed based on thorough analysis of the data.

In general, the study pursued two objectives: using LinkedIn data to produce valuable statistical information and to assess the quality of these data for official statistics. [+]

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