Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

La sanción penalizará la ocultación de gasto sanitario y rozará los 19 millones de euros. La Comisión Europea quiere lanzar un mensaje ejemplarizante de que las cuentas públicas no se falsean. El Ejecutivo comunitario propondrá esta semana multar a España por la manipulación de las estadísticas de déficit público y deuda de la Comunidad Valenciana. Según fuentes comunitarias citadas por Europa Press, la sanción rozará los 19 millones de euros.

Bruselas investiga desde el verano pasado a esta administración por haber ocultado sistemáticamente una parte del gasto sanitario entre 1988 y 2011, según fuentes comunitarias. La multa se anunciará el próximo viernes, justo antes de que venza el plazo que tenía la Comisión para proponer penalizaciones. La sanción, que será reducida, según admiten las fuentes consultadas, deberá ser ratificada por el Consejo Europeo (Estados miembros). Posteriormente podrá recurrirse.

Con la sombra del caso griego aún presente —Atenas falseó durante años sus cuentas y la abultada corrección del déficit público acabó desencadenando la crisis que acabó en rescate—, el Ejecutivo comunitario pretende enviar un mensaje político de que este tipo de incumplimientos no son tolerables. (El País, 6.5.2015)

CoverEURONA — Eurostat review on National Accounts and Macroeconomic Indicators — Issue No 2/2014

EURONA – an open access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal on methodology, techniques, standards, methods and practices on National Accounts and macroeconomic indicators, which aims to bring together users, producers and researchers in the field. This second issue is dedicated to the implementation of the European System of Accounts (ESA 2010). [+]

National Sheets on Education Budgets in Europe 2014
Eurydice Reports, 2014

The new National Sheets on Education Budgets in Europe: 2014 reveal that 2 out of 3 countries/regions in Europe are increasing their education budget for 2014 by more than 1 % at current prices. Conversely, only 7 countries decreased their budgets by more than 1 %. Budgets coming from national, regional, local and EU level are considered. It should be noted, however, that not all budget levels are covered in all countries.

In total, the Eurydice report covers 34 education systems across 29 European countries – most EU Member States, as well as Iceland, Norway, Montenegro and Turkey. The national sheets present an overview of the education budgets by type of expenditure and level of education. The focus is on the planned expenditure – not actual expenditure. The report provides contextual information and the reasons for changes in the education budgets between 2013 and 2014 are explained. Future updates of the data on national education budgets will allow monitoring changes over longer periods of time. [+]

CoverMeasuring net government debt: theory and practice - 2014 edition
Net government debt could be broadly defined as the stock of a specific set of government’s liabilities minus the stock of a specific set of financial assets held by government. This paper explores different ways to measure net government debt, looking at both theoretical and practical implications of such measures. It outlines the main benefits and potential drawbacks of each of the presented measures and aims to propose a tentative concept of net government debt, which could be used as a harmonised additional indicator for analysing EU governments’ financial positions. [+]

CoverManual on Government Deficit and Debt - Implementation of ESA 2010 - 2014 edition

This new 2014 edition of the Manual is an updated version of the edition published in November 2013 which was an adaption to the new European System of Accounts (ESA 2010) entering into force on 1 September 2014. In the current edition only a few parts were amended: Part I on issues linked to the delimitation of the general government sector, Part II where several issues related to taxes and social contributions (tax refunds, tax amnesties, deferred tax assets) were added while the provisions on tax credits were reinforced. Also Part IV the chapter on defeasance structures was slightly amended and Part VIII on the measurement of general government debt was included. As usual, this edition results form a collective work under the supervision of Eurostat, in cooperation with experts representing EU Member States and other international institutions. [+]

CoverManual on the changes between ESA95 and ESA2010 - 2014 edition 
The Manual on the changes between ESA 95 and ESA 2010 sets out a description of the changes, the consequences for the national accounts and European accounts compiled in the European Union, and worked examples showing the effects of the changes. It provides Member States with the guidance necessary to compile data in a reliable and comparable way. The Manual is in line with Eurostat Working Group and Task Force conclusions and recommendations. It was approved by the Eurostat Group of Directors of Macroeconomic Statistics in November 2013. [+]

Evolution of government expenditure by function in 2012
General government expenditure by economic function - EU-27 expenditure on social protection stood at 19.9 % of GDP in 2012 and health expenditure at 7.3 %
Statistics in focus 8/2014
This publication analyses global trends in the structure of general government expenditure breakdown by their main socio-economic function (according to the Classification of the Functions of Government - COFOG), with a focus on social protection expenditure. Eurostat collects data on general government expenditure by economic function according to the international Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG) in the framework of the European System of National Accounts (ESA95). [+]

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