Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

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. [+]

CoverStatistical requirements compendium — 2019 edition

The Statistical requirements compendium, published by Eurostat, serves as a reference document for the EU acquis in statistics. It summarises the key reference information for European statistical production, taking into account new legislation and other developments relevant for European statistics.

The Compendium also serves as the framework for conducting compliance monitoring of the enlargement countries in the area of statistics. The 2019 edition of the Compendium follows an adapted version of the Classification of Statistical Activities (CSA) Rev. 1 2009. [+]

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CoverBasic figures on the EU — Fourth 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 alternating indicators. The same content is available in a compact printed leaflet. [+]

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CoverQuality report of the European Union Labour Force Survey 2018 — 2019 edition

The present report describes the main characteristics of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) in the 28 Member States of the European Union, as well as four Candidate Countries and three EFTA countries in 2018. All these countries provide Eurostat with LFS micro-data for publication. The aim of this report is to provide users with the means to accurately interpret the LFS results by providing information regarding the technical features of the Labour Force Surveys carried out in these countries. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — 2019 edition — 11/2019

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. [+]

CoverGovernment finance statistics — Summary tables — volume 2/2019

The tables in this publication present government finance statistics (GFS) data by Member State, for the EU-28, for the euro area and for Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. The GFS presentation shows, in an integrated way: government revenue, government expenditure, government deficit, transactions in assets and in liabilities, other economic flows, and balance sheets. It gives a clear picture of the links between these data. The publication is intended primarily for national governments, Central Banks, economic analysts and academics with an interest in government finance, although it could also be of interest to the wider public. The value-added in comparison with other publications is to give an overview of government finances from several angles with consistent information. The publication covers data since 1995. [+]

BannerEU industries in a click : Business sectors visualised

Eurostat has released a new visualisation tool for businesses, trade associations and policy makers: the Business Sector Profile (BSP). The BSP contains sector-specific profiles showing the short- and long-term developments of indicators such as revenues and expenses, labour, investment and technology, prices and productivity, product market, entrepreneurship, and international business. It also includes detailed information by size class of enterprises, where available. Both production as well as service industries are covered.

This brand new dissemination product is part of Eurostat’s strategy to facilitate users’ access to the wealth of statistical information available on European businesses. It brings together data from various sources in one common dashboard. Access the tool by clicking here to see a selection of indicators and choose the business sector and country of your interest. The tool is currently supported in Chrome and Firefox browsers. [+]

CoverCulture statistics — 2019 edition

This fourth edition of Eurostat’s publication ‘Culture statistics’ comprises a broad set of comparable data related to culture available in the EU-28, EFTA and enlargement countries. Selected tables and graphs describe different aspects of culture: cultural heritage, culture-related education, cultural employment, enterprises in cultural sectors, international trade in cultural goods, households and government expenditure on culture, as well as cultural participation, including the use of ICT for cultural purposes. [+]

CoverAgeing Europe — 2019 edition

This digital publication called ‘Ageing Europe — Statistics visualised’ allows you to get a quick and interactive overview of the situation of your country and compare it to some other European countries. The different visualisation tools offers you a playful way to dig into selected statistics focusing on the following six subjects: population, living conditions, health, working life, income and expenditure and social life. [+]

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