This publication provides a statistical portrait of the European Union (EU) in relation to the rest of the world. It presents a broad range of indicators for the EU and non-EU members and is structured into three parts: people & society, economy & trade and environment & natural resources.
Manual de compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas para estadísticas de comercio internacional de bienes. Datos detallados. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
The purpose of this publication is to provide the compilers of European statistics on international trade in goods (ITGS) with clarifications on how to apply the EU legal provisions. With the help of concrete examples, clear text, definitions and systematic legislative references, the Manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for National Statistical Authorities involved in the compilation of European ITGS.
Manual de compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas para estadísticas de comercio internacional de bienes. Datos agregados. Edición de 2023en Estadisticas
This compilers’ manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for all National Statistical Authorities involved in the compilation of aggregated data on EU international trade in goods statistics. As such, it provides the necessary definitions and practical instructions regarding the preparation and transmission of aggregated data to Eurostat.
Manual de los compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas para estadísticas del comercio internacional de bienes: comercio por características de la empresa. Edición de 2023en Estadisticas
This compilers’ manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for all National Statistical Authorities involved in the compilation of EU statistics on trade in goods by enterprise characteristics (TEC). As such, it provides the necessary definitions and practical instructions regarding the preparation and transmission of TEC data to Eurostat.
Manual de usuario de estadísticas empresariales europeas sobre estadísticas del comercio internacional de bienes de la UE. Edición 2022en Estadisticas
The purpose of this user manual is to explain to a wide range of users how the statistics relating to trade in goods, both between EU Member States and with non-EU countries, are collected, compiled, processed and published at European level. The different issues are tackled in a question and answer format.
Manual de compiladores de estadísticas empresariales europeas para estadísticas de comercio internacional de bienes: comercio por moneda de facturación. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
This compilers’ manual is meant to serve as a practical reference document for all National Statistical Authorities involved in the compilation of EU statistics on trade in goods by invoicing currency (TIC). As such, it provides the necessary definitions and practical instructions regarding the preparation and transmission of TIC data to Eurostat.
Manual on Government Deficit and Debt – Implementation of ESA 2010 – 2022 edition
This new 2022 edition of the Manual is an updated version of the edition published in August 2019. In the current edition, at least one chapter or section of all parts has been amended in substance (see full list of amendments in the preface of the Manual), except Part 5 Sale of assets. In addition, the following new texts were introduced: section 2.6.4 Statistical recording of the EU Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) associated flows; chapter 3.5 Capital injections into foreign direct investment; chapter 4.6 Securitisation of non-performing loans with government guarantees; chapter 4.8 Recording of loans not expected to be fully repaid; sub-section 126.96.36.199 Energy Performance Contracts; chapter 8.5 On-lending from supranational entities. As usual, this edition is the result of a collective work under the supervision of Eurostat, in cooperation with experts representing EU Member States and other international institutions.
Medición de la distribución conjunta de los ingresos, el consumo y la riqueza de los hogares a nivel micro. Cuestiones metodológicas y resultados experimentales. Edición 2023en Estadisticas
This paper provides an overview of the work of the Expert Group on the Joint Distribution of Income, Consumption and Wealth at Micro Level (EG ICW) set up by Eurostat and the OECD; it discusses the challenges on producing joint income, consumption and wealth estimates, assesses their quality, and presents selected experimental results. Although the analysis reveals large differences between countries, a number of general patterns emerge. First, income, consumption and wealth are partially correlated, with the association being stronger in the tails of the joint distribution than around its middle. Second, risk of poverty goes beyond income, with asset and consumption risk of poverty being widespread, especially among some population groups. Third, a large share of households spend more than they earn. This is corroborated by negative median saving rates for households in the bottom income quintile. Fourth, inequalities are significantly higher when using a comprehensive measure of material living standards than a distributional analysis of disposable income would suggest. Looking ahead, this paper calls for further efforts to improve the robustness of the results. Key words: income inequality, consumption inequality, wealth inequality, experimental statistics
Informe de calidad de las estadísticas europeas sobre el comercio internacional de mercancías. Datos 2018-2021. Edición 2022en Estadisticas
Quality report on European statistics on international trade in goods - 2018-2021 data - 2022 edition
This report provides users with a tool to assess the quality of the international trade in goods statistics published by Eurostat. The data quality can be evaluated against indicators covering the following components: relevance, accuracy, timeliness and punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability and coherence. The purpose of the report is not to rank countries from best to worst for each quality indicator, but to provide users with information on the different factors affecting statistics so that they can appraise the data quality for themselves.
Posibilidad de reconocer el COVID-19 como de origen profesional a nivel nacional en los países de la UE y EFTA. Edición 2022en Estadisticas
The health crisis of 2020 has highlighted the occupational risk associated with COVID-19, which consequently has had repercussions on insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. In this context, Eurostat launched in November 2020 a survey on the possibility of recognising the occupational nature of COVID-19 in Europe and continue to receive updated information on the subject. The geographical coverage is the 27 Member States, Norway and Switzerland.
The survey shows that in all countries, the occupational risk of COVID-19 is considered. However, there are some differences in the practical modalities of recognising this risk. These differences relate, among other things, to the way in which the file will be investigated (i.e. as an accident at work and/or an occupational disease) and to the sectors and occupations concerned by this possible recognition (limited to the health sector or extended to wider range of sectors). This updated statistical report presents the national legal practices and reflects the situation of October 2022.