Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València
German regions lead European R&D. Statistics in focus . Science and technology 35/2009 In 2005, there were 20 European regions that devoted 3 % or more of GDP to research and development. Germany scored highest, with eight of its regions among the top 20. However, regional disparities in R&D expenditure exist not only between countries, but also between regions of the same country, ranging from 0.21 percentage points between Irish regions to 5.2 percentage points between German regions. In the business enterprise sector (BES), regions with a high R&D intensity (more than 3 %) were mainly concentrated in Germany and in northern Europe (Sweden, Finland and the United Kingdom).  [+]
Regional specialisation within transport services. Statistics in focus. Industry, trade and services 65/2009. Transport services include land, air and water transport, as well as supporting and auxiliary transport services. In the EU-27 employment in these services reached a total of 9 million persons in 2006, equivalent to 6.9 % of all employment in the non-financial business economy. Among the four NACE divisions that make up transport services, the largest by far is land transport (including transport via pipelines), with more than half of all transport services employment. Several of the regions within the EU and Norway that are most specialised in transport services are in fact particularly specialised in one type of service. The most notable example is the Finnish island region of Åland, which has by far the highest employment specialisation of any region in the EU-27 and Norway, largely due to its exceptionally high specialisation in water transport services.  [+]
Jueves, 01 Octubre 2009 08:29

Anuario Estadísticas Regionales 2009

aregio2009Eurostat regional yearbook 2009.
Statistical information is essential for understanding our complex and rapidly changing world. Eurostat regional yearbook 2009 offers a wealth of information on life in the European regions in the 27 Member States of the European Union and in the candidate countries and EFTA countries. If you would like to dig deeper into the way the regions of Europe are evolving in a number of statistical domains, this publication is for you! The texts are written by specialists in the different statistical domains and are accompanied by statistical maps, figures and tables on each subject. A broad set of regional data are presented on the following themes: population, European cities, labour market, gross domestic product, household accounts, structural business statistics, information society, science, technology and innovation, education, tourism and agriculture. The publication is available in German, English and French.  [+]
Martes, 22 Septiembre 2009 07:14

PIB per cápita regional 2006

Narrowing spread in regional Gross Domestic Product. Statistics in focus. Economy and finance 75/2009. Regional Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per inhabitant (in purchasing power standards) in 2006 differed widely across the 275 regions of the EU, Croatia and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. In Inner London (United Kingdom) it was 336% of the EU-27 average, while in Nord-Est (Romania) it was only 25% of the EU-27 average. However, many of the less prosperous regions have caught up significantly during the first half of this decade.  [+]

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