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CoverManual on Government Deficit and Debt - Implementation of ESA95 - 2012 edition
This is an update of a few chapters of the manual which has the aim to assist the interpretation of the ESA95 rules and help their application for appropriately calculating the government deficit and debt. The manual is the result of a collective work of reflection, conceptual and textual collaboration, under the responsibility of Eurostat, in cooperation with experts representing EU Member States, the Commission and the European Central Bank. It was approved by the Financial Accounts Working Group (FAWG) and the Committee on Monetary, Financial and Balance of payment statistics (CMFB). [+]

CoverGovernment expenditure by sub-sector of general government, 2010 data
Statistics in focus: Economy and finance 16/2012
The share of social security funds spending increased from 2008 onwards.
In 2010 in the European Union, total expenditure at general government level made up 50.6% of GDP. Central government accounted for 38.5% of general government total expenditure (TE) or 18.8% of GDP, when transfers to other subsectors of general government are consolidated. State government made up 5.7% of TE or 4.0% of GDP, local government accounted for 24.3% of TE and 11.9% of GDP, with social security funds making up the remainder – 31.5% of TE or 16.0% of GDP. [+]

CoverTechnical Compilation Guide for Pension Data in National Accounts. 2011 Edition
The Technical Compilation Guide for Pension Data in National Accounts is a handbook for compilers and users of data provided on pension schemes in social insurance. It has been produced by Eurostat and the European Central Bank aiming at supporting the work of National Statistical Institutes, Central Banks and other compilers within the European Union to derive estimates for position and flow data for pension entitlements. Moreover, the compilation guide can be a useful tool to help users to understand the meaning of such data. [+]

CoverStructure of government debt in Europe in 2010
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 68/2011
The upward trend in the EU government debt level continued in 2010, but the debt structure remained unchanged compared with 2009.
In view of the increasing focus given to public finance, EU Member States are asked to provide information on their government debt structure. This information is requested in an annual survey launched by Eurostat classifying the government debt by holder, instrument, maturity, and currency of issuance, as well as providing data on guarantees granted by the government. This publication reflects the main results of the latest questionnaire, fully or partly completed by 24 Member States. [+]

CoverGovernment finance statistics - Summary tables - 2/2011 - Data 1996-2010
The tables in this publication present government finance statistics (GFS) data by Member State, for the EU27 and Eurozone and for Iceland, Switzerland and Norway. The GFS presentation shows, in an integrated way: government revenue, government expenditure, government deficit, transactions in assets, transactions 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, though could also be of interest to the wider public. Other references on the same subject are for example: Eurostat Manual on Government Deficit and Debt, Taxation trends in the European Union and GFS website. The value-added in comparison with other publications is to give an overview of government finances from several angles with consistency information. The publication covers a 15-year period (1996-2010). [+]

CoverThe effect of the economic and financial crisis on government revenue and expenditure
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 45/2011

In 2010, total EU-27 general government revenue amounted to 44.0 % of GDP while expenditure stood at 50.3 % of GDP.
In the European Union, the compilation of government revenue and expenditure data is well established by reference to the European System of Accounts (ESA95). This publication focuses on the developments in annual data in the context of the economic and financial crisis, examining the finances of EU governments over recent years. With the publication of 2010 general government revenue and expenditure data, the economic and financial crisis continues to show a strong impact on government revenue and expenditure, and consequently the deficit, as well as on the composition of revenue and expenditure. In 2010, total general government expenditure stood at 50.3% of GDP in the EU-27 while total general government revenue fell to 44.0% of GDP, which produced a deficit of 6.4% of GDP. [+]

CoverManual on sources and methods for the compilation of COFOG statistics - Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG) - 2011 edition
This manual has been developed by the Task Force on COFOG in response to an increasing interest in high quality, comparable statistics on government expenditure broken down by purpose, according to the Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG). It is its second edition, the first having been produced in 2007. The structure is essentially the same as before, covering user requirements, the analytical framework, methodological guidance, links with other international statistics, and countries' compilation practices. However, many detailed parts have changed, reflecting the need to update and clarify the original text, when necessary. Moreover, further methodological guidance is given by the addition of new case studies discussed and agreed by the Task Force on COFOG. [+]

CoverManual on quarterly non-financial accounts for general government - 2011 edition
The Manual on quarterly non-financial accounts for general government (QNFAGG Manual) complements the already existing Manual on compilation of taxes and social payments on a quarterly basis (published in 2002). These manuals establish an inventory of sources and methods used for compiling short-term public finance statistics but do not recommend "best practice". The compilation of the short-term public finance statistics is required by Commission Regulation (EC) 264/2000 of 3 February 2000 and by Regulation (EC) No 1221/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 10 June 2002.
The first edition of the QNFAGG Manual was published in 2006. The present second edition (2011 edition) takes into account, recent changes in the national compilation systems for QNFAGG statistics, with a view to reflecting current practices. The update of the Manual was jointly carried out by Eurostat and by the statisticians, responsible in the National Statistical Institutes, for the compilation of QNFAGG statistics. [+]

CoverThe effect of the economic and financial crisis on government revenue and expenditure
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 45/2011.
In 2010, total EU-27 general government revenue amounted to 44.0 % of GDP while expenditure stood at 50.3 % of GDP
In the European Union, the compilation of government revenue and expenditure data is well established by reference to the European System of Accounts (ESA95). This publication focuses on the developments in annual data in the context of the economic and financial crisis, examining the finances of EU governments over recent years. With the publication of 2010 general government revenue and expenditure data, the economic and financial crisis continues to show a strong impact on government revenue and expenditure, and consequently the deficit, as well as on the composition of revenue and expenditure. In 2010, total general government expenditure stood at 50.3% of GDP in the EU-27 while total general government revenue fell to 44.0% of GDP, which produced a deficit of 6.4% of GDP. [+]

CoverGeneral Government expenditure trends 2005-2010: EU countries compared
Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 42/2011
In 2010, general government expenditure amounted at 50.3% of EU-27 GDP. More than half is devoted to social protection and health. The other functions of government spending mainly concern general public services, education and economic affairs. This publication analyses the main trends related to general government expenditure, particularly looking at the purpose/function, i.e. the socio-economic objective of the government expenditure in question. [+]

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