CoverKey figures on Europe — Statistics illustrated — 2020 edition

This third edition of Key figures on Europe — Statistics illustrated follows on from the success of previous years’ publication. It aims to provide intuitive visualisations, innovative data presentations and more concise text, so users can rapidly obtain an understanding of differences between Member States. It is available in English, French and German.

This publication provides you with a selection of interesting key statistics on the European Union (EU), its Member States as well as the United Kingdom and the countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Drawing from the rich collection of data available at Eurostat, we aim to provide insight into the current situation and recent developments across the EU with regard to people and society, the economy and business, and the environment and natural resources. This publication may be viewed as an introduction to EU statistics and provides a starting point for those who wish to explore the wide range of data that is freely available on Eurostat’s website at https:/ec.europa.eu/eurostat and presented in a large number of online articles in Statistics Explained. [+]

CoverEuropean business profiling — Recommendations manual — 2020 edition

In official statistics, the enterprise has long been associated with its purely legal definition, the legal unit. With economic globalisation, large multinational enterprise groups (MNE groups) are more and more complex in terms of their legal organisation. This has led to a growing gap between the view of the productive system based on legal units and the economic reality. To address this challenge, the National Statistical Institutes (NSIs) decided to go beyond the legal unit and to implement a new statistical unit, the enterprise. The implementation of the enterprise is done by business profiling.

In the last decade, Eurostat has encouraged European NSIs to cooperate in order to achieve a relevant and consistent cross-border view of MNE groups. This method is called “European Business Profiling”. It is carried out collaboratively by the profiling teams of the NSIs of the different countries where an enterprise group is located. This manual provides recommendations on profiling MNE groups in the scope of European Business Profiling, and more generally guidance for business profiling. [+]

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. [+]

CoverSmarter, greener, more inclusive? — Indicators to support the Europe 2020 strategy — 2018 edition

The 2018 edition of Smarter, greener, more inclusive? — Indicators to support the Europe 2020 strategy continues the series of Eurostat flagship publications supporting the Europe 2020 strategy by monitoring progress towards the targets and goals defined under the three mutually reinforcing priorities of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. The analysis is based on the Europe 2020 headline indicators chosen to monitor progress towards the strategy’s targets. Other indicators focusing on specific subgroups of society or on related contextual issues are also used to deepen the analysis and present a broader picture. The data used mainly come from official statistics produced by the European Statistical System and disseminated by Eurostat. It covers the period from 2002 or 2008 up to the most recent year for which data are available (2016 or 2017). [+]

CoverKey Figures on Europe — 2016 edition

Key figures on Europe presents a selection of topical data. Most data cover the European Union and its Member States, while some indicators are provided for other countries, such as members of EFTA, enlargement countries to the European Union. This publication may be viewed as an introduction to European statistics and provides a starting point for those who wish to explore the wide range of data that is freely on Eurostat’s website. [+]

CoverCompilers guide on European statistics on international trade in goods by enterprise characteristics (TEC)

The main objective of this Compilers Guide is to provide a comprehensive overview of the compilation of indicators on trade in goods by enterprise characteristics (TEC). It aims to serve as a methodological handbook providing the necessary definitions, instructions and methodological guidance for the regular compilation of TEC statistics. [+]

Study on Statistical data on Women entrepreneurs in Europe
European Commission, 2014

Women represent more than 50% of the European population, but far fewer are taking the plunge to start up their own company.

Women continue to be held back from launching their own companies by a range of barriers including education, stereotypes, lack of confidence and difficulties with access to finance and access to networks. Female creativity and entrepreneurial potential are an under-exploited source of economic growth and new jobs that should be further developed. Encouraging the creation of more women-led businesses will not only bring fresh and creative business ideas, but will also empower the role of women in the society and create new sources of prosperity and jobs. The Commission has just published a study on statistical data on women entrepreneurs in Europe, which shows that women entrepreneurs constitute 29% of entrepreneurs (11.6 million) in Europe*. Since 2008 there has been a slight increase of 3% of women entrepreneurs in the EU. In Europe women constitute the majority of one person enterprises (78%). The areas of business that women prefer are health and social work activities, services and education. [+]

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Europa en Cifras. Anuario Eurostat 2014

Europe in figures - Eurostat yearbook 2014

Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook  presents a comprehensive selection of statistical data on Europe. With around 480 statistical tables, figures and maps, the yearbook is a definitive collection of statistical information on the European Union. The yearbook treats the following areas: economy and finance; population; health; education; labour market; living conditions and social protection; industry, trade and services; agriculture, forestry and fisheries; international trade; transport; environment; energy; and science and technology. The yearbook may be viewed as a key reference for those wishing to know more about European statistics, providing guidance to the vast range of data freely available from the Eurostat website. Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook is an online-only Eurostat publication; it is updated on a rolling basis when the main data sets are refreshed. [+]

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