Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

CoverPeople on the move — Statistics on mobility in Europe — 2019 edition (Digital Edition)

People in today’s Europe are on the move much more than ever before. This mobility can be viewed from many angles, as there are many reasons for moving: migration, education, work or tourism… This digital publication People on the move — Statistics on mobility in Europe shows the latest figures on these movements of people in Europe in many different ways, with a focus on people and not on goods. 

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 migration trends, working and studying abroad, transport and tourism in the EU in an easy and interactive way. [+]

CoverReconciliation of EU statistics on income and living conditions (EU-SILC) data with national accounts

The coherence of household survey data with national accounts has been studied extensively in recent years, following the “Beyond GDP” initiatives. This paper compares income aggregates in EU-SILC and national accounts, adjusts for the main conceptual differences, and discusses factors that could influence the observed discrepancies. Following a proposal by Atkinson, Guio and Marlier (2017), sensitivity of key social indicators to the micro/macro-discrepancies is then examined by adjusting the micro data totals to match the reconciled macro aggregates. Three adjustment methods are tested (simple proportional scaling, calibration to margins, Pareto imputation), and their impact on the measures of income inequality and at risk of poverty compared. In line with other studies, the micro/macro gaps are found to vary significantly across countries, and are more substantial in property and self-employment income compared to wages and salaries and transfers received. The observed gaps are likely to be mostly due to measurement errors and conceptual differences. Adjusting the micro data with the gaps results in significant increases in inequality and median income levels, but more subdued changes in at risk of poverty rates. The results are sensitive to the adjustment methods as well as proper assessment of the micro/macro gaps. Caution is warranted if distributional indicators are computed from macro-adjusted micro data. [+]

CoverSustainable development in the European Union — Monitoring report on progress towards the SDGs in an EU context — 2019 edition

Sustainable development is firmly anchored in the European Treaties and has been at the heart of European policy for a long time. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the UN General Assembly in September 2015, have given a new impetus to global efforts for achieving sustainable development. The EU is fully committed to playing an active role to maximise progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. This publication is the third of Eurostat’s regular reports monitoring progress towards the SDGs in an EU context. The analysis in this publication builds on the EU SDG indicator set, developed in cooperation with a large number of stakeholders. The indicator set comprises around 100 indicators and is structured along the 17 SDGs. For each SDG, it focuses on aspects which are relevant from an EU perspective. The monitoring report provides a statistical presentation of trends relating to the SDGs in the EU over the past five years (‘short-term’) and, when sufficient data are available, over the past 15 years (‘long-term’). The indicator trends are described on the basis of a set of specific quantitative rules. [+]

CoverBasic figures on the EU — Second quarter 2019

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 three alternating indicators. The same content is available in a compact printed leaflet. [+]

CoverOverview of employment flash estimation methods

The document provides a general overview of methods that are used in Member States for compiling employment flash estimates at 30 or 45 days after the quarter-end. It guides the compiler in the estimation process by following a step-by-step approach. The document discusses available source data, estimation procedures, model strategies, methods for forecasting missing data and the analysis of results. Description of countries’ methodologies, links to available software and references to literature are included as well. [+]

CoverSDGs [Sustainable Development Goals] & me. 2019 edition

This innovative digital publication, named SDGs & me, aims to help you to understand what the 17 SDGs are about and invites you to explore and evaluate the situation of your country compared to others. It offers easy understandable visualisation tools for a selected sub-set of the 100 EU SDG indicators. [+]

CoverThe European economy since the start of the millenium — A statistical portrait — 2019 edition

This new 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. [+]

CoverMerging statistics and geospatial information — Experiences and observations from national statistical authorities, 2012-2015 projects

Various actions during the course of 2012 — a paper to the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC), a workshop with national statistical institutes (NSIs) and mapping agencies, and a meeting in Prague of Director-Generals of national statistical institutes (DGINS) — resulted in Eurostat deciding to provide a series of grants to statistical authorities to facilitate work on the coordination of statistics and geospatial information.

The association of statistics and geography has the potential to generate information far beyond the simple representation of data on a map. Linking numerical and geo-referenced statistics in spatial analysis may help reveal relationships and phenomena which are difficult to discover by more traditional analyses of statistical databases. Merging statistics and geospatial information — experiences and observations from the national statistical authorities, 2012-2015 projects presents details of projects enacted with grants provided during the first four years of this initiative, showcasing the broad range of applications that may be developed using geospatial information. [+]

CoverKey figures on enlargement countries. 2019 edition

This extensive statistical book on enlargement countries covers the years 2007 to 2017 and contains tables and graphs on population, education, health, living conditions and labour market, economy and finance, agriculture, business, science, technology and digital society, external trade as well as transport, energy, and environment. A short commentary on the data and methodological notes are also included. Montenegro, Albania, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. [+]

CoverMeasuring public innovation in the EU: the STARPIN methodology

This publication synthesizes the main results of the StarPIN project – Statistical Reporting on Public Innovation– carried out for Eurostat by the Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy, with the support of dialogic – innovatie.interactie, Utrecht, The Netherlands. The publication presents a methodological framework aimed at enhancing the ability to measure public sector innovation. It reaches out from the established context, methodology and classifications of official statistics, towards innovative methods and tools of potential future data collections like web-scraping. An experimental test of the framework is carried out by means of pilot applications to specific public services in some countries. The publication can help analysts, subject matter experts, policy-makers and statisticians to reflect on possible demands and usages of statistics about the heterogeneous area of public sector innovation, as well as about modern, efficient and ‘fit-for-purpose’ tools and technologies that might meet such demands in the future. [+]

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