Science, technology and innovation in Europe 2007 edition.
This publication presents statistical data and indicators based on a number of data sources available at Eurostat (mainly related to science, technology, innovation and regions). It provides the reader with statistical information to appreciate the evolution and composition of science and technology (S&T) in Europe and its position with regard to its partners. The pocketbook is divided into eight chapters among which: Key R&D input and output indicators (R&D expenditure, R&D personnel and Government budget appropriations or outlays on R&D (GBAORD)); Patents; High Technology; human resources in S&T (HRST); statistics on Innovation. Another chapter gives some background data on population, employment and gross domestic product (GDP). [+]
Science, technology and innovation in Europe 2007 edition.
Pharmaceutical products - comparative price levels in 33 European countries in 2005.
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance, 45/2007.
This Statistics in Focus presents price level indices for pharmaceutical products for 33 European countries in 2005. Price levels vary between more than 80% above the EU average for Switzerland and more than 60% below the EU average in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. [+]
Furniture: comparative price levels in 33 European Countries in 2005.
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance, 44/2007.
This Statistics in Focus presents price level indices for furniture for 33 European countries in 2005. Price levels vary between 35% above the EU average in Iceland and more than 50% below the EU average in Romania. [+]
Business demography: the impact on employment.
Statistics in focus. Industry, trade and services 49/2007.
Business demography in 17 Member States, Norway and Switzerland. Results from 1997 to 2003. Effects of enterprise births, survival of newly born enterprises and enterprise deaths on employment. [+]
Living conditions in Europe - Statistical pocketbook - Data 2002-2005.
This pocketbook provides a comprehensive picture of the current living conditions in the twenty-five Member States, the two Acceding States and three Candidate States of the European Union as well as in the four EFTA States. Different areas of the social field are described by a selection of indicators which are presented in tables and graphs and accompanied by a short commentary. Data are drawn from sources available in Eurostat, such as the European Union Labour Force Survey. [+]
Agricultural Statistics - Data 1995-2005.
This publication provides a statistical overview of important developments in agriculture based on data available at Eurostat. The chapters include information on the economic situation, crop and animal production, farm structure, and rural development. Most data are presented for the 25 Member States of the European Union. [+]
EU road safety 2004 : Regional differences.
Statistics in focus. Transport 14/2007.
The main information refers to the number of fatalities per million passenger cars registered both in EU & CC countries and with division to NUTS 2. There is also some information concerning number of passenger cars per 1000 inhabitans and share of fatalities by type of road. Some tables present also the most dangerous and the safest regions in Europe. [+]
European Business - Facts and figures - 2006 edition - Data 1995-2005.
The new edition of European business - Facts and figures gives a comprehensive picture of the structure, development and characteristics of European business and its different activities: from energy and the extractive industries to communications, information services and media. It presents the latest available statistics from a wide selection of statistical sources describing, for each activity, production and employment, country specialisation and regional distribution, cost structures, productivity and profitability, the importance of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), external trade etc. The accompanying CD-ROM presents the paper publication in an easily accessible electronic format, including all the data, graphs and tables in Excel-format. It also contains more complete, detailed datasets on which the publication is based, a means of easily accessing the most up-to-date live data, as well as a large amount of background information. [+]
Europe in figures. Eurostat yearbook 2006-07.
Europe in figures. Eurostat yearbook 2006-07 presents a comprehensive selection of statistical data on the European Union, its Member States and candidate countries. Most data cover the period 1995-2005 and some data include other countries such as the USA and Japan. With almost 400 statistical tables, graphs and maps, the yearbook treats areas such as population, education, health, living conditions and welfare, the labour market, the economy, international trade, industry and services, science and technology, the environment, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, and European regions. This edition's spotlight chapter deals with energy statistics. The paper version includes a CD-ROM with the electronic version of the yearbook in PDF, all tables and graphs in Excel format, as well as further information. The yearbook may be viewed as an introduction to European statistics and provides guidance to the vast range of data freely available from the Eurostat website. [+]
Tourism statistics - Pocketbook - Data 2000-2005.
This Pocketbook introduces both the expert and non-expert reader with a wide range of statistics relating to tourism in Europe. The data covers the period 2000 to 2005. The figures presented in this publication cover on the one hand the supply of collective tourist accommodation in Europe, giving information on the available capacity in hotels and other types of collective accommodation and the tourist flows they receive. On the other hand, it illustrates the travel behaviour of Europeans, giving information on their domestic and outbound trips. The publication focuses in a first part on the tourism industry and the tourism market while a second part includes country profiles with more detailed facts and figures for the Member States of the European Union and EFTA as well as some candidate countries. [+]