CoverRegions in Europe — Statistics visualised — 2020 edition

EU Member States are often compared with each other, but in reality it can be difficult to contrast small countries like Luxembourg or Malta with larger ones such as France or Germany. Analysing data at a regional level can highlight disparities either across the EU or within countries, such as an east-west divide in Germany or a north-south divide in Italy.

The digital publication Regions in Europe — statistics visualised offers a range of interactive visualisations accompanied by short texts that allow you to compare your region with other regions in Europe. The publication is divided into three principal sections: people and society, economic activities, the environment and natural resources. [+]

Viernes, 18 Septiembre 2020 06:53

Anuario Estadístico Regional de la UE 2020

CoverEurostat regional yearbook — 2020 edition

Statistical information is an important tool for understanding and quantifying the impact of political decisions in a specific territory or region. The Eurostat regional yearbook 2020 provides a detailed picture relating to a broad range of statistical topics across the regions of the EU Member States, as well as the regions of the United Kingdom, the EFTA and candidate countries.

Each chapter presents statistical information in the form of maps, figures and infographics, accompanied by a descriptive analysis highlighting the main findings. Regional indicators are presented for the following 13 subjects: population, health, education, the labour market, living conditions, the economy, business, research and innovation, the digital society, tourism, transport, the environment and agriculture. [+]

CoverStatistical regions in the European Union and partner countries — NUTS and statistical regions 2021

This document presents the current NUTS nomenclature with 104 regions at NUTS level 1, 283 at NUTS level 2 and 1 345 at NUTS level 3. The NUTS is the official division of the EU and the UK for regional statistics, visualised on maps. For EFTA and candidate countries, the similar concept of “statistical regions” is used. These are as well part of this document. [+]

BannerComparando datos estadísticas de regiones y ciudades de modo sencillo (nueva herramienta)

Eurostat offers a wide range of web tools to make it easier to visualise statistical results. Showing data at a regional and local level is often a challenge, as the information available is vast and difficult to condense. That is why we have developed a tool called 'Regions and cities illustrated' to help you have an overview of the situation in your region compared to other regions in the EU in 2018 and over time. The visualisation tool is based on a live data feed, so it is continually using the latest data. It contains maps, graphs and an animated timeline together with separate tabs for regions, cities and territorial typologies. The two main scoreboards are inter-connected, so when you select a geographical area in the map it is also highlighted in the graph. You can now also customise the tool to suit your needs. [+]

CoverEurostat regional yearbook 2019

Statistical information is an important tool for understanding and quantifying the impact of political decisions in a specific territory or region. The Eurostat regional yearbook 2019 gives a detailed picture relating to a broad range of statistical topics across the regions of the EU Member States, as well as the regions of the EFTA and candidate countries.

Each chapter presents statistical information in maps, tables, figures and infographics, accompanied by a descriptive analysis highlighting the main findings. Regional indicators are presented for the following 12 subjects: EU policies for regions and cities, population, health, education and training, the labour market, the economy, structural business statistics, research and innovation, the digital economy and society, tourism, transport, and agriculture. In addition, two special chapters are included in this edition: a focus on European cities and a focus on regional socioeconomic developments after the global financial and economic crisis. [+]

LogoNational figures alone cannot reveal the full and sometimes complex picture of what is happening at a more detailed level within the European Union (EU). In this respect, statistical information at a subnational level is an important tool for highlighting specific regional and territorial aspects. It helps in analysing changing patterns and the impact that policy decisions can have on our daily life.

In order to provide a detailed picture of the diverse EU territories and to monitor EU regional policy targets, Eurostat has developed a range of statistics based on different classifications and typologies. These include data for: regions, cities and greater cities, metropolitan regions, rural areas and regions. Specific geographies such as coastal regions, mountain regions, border regions or island regions are also covered. [+]

CoverMethodological manual on territorial typologies — 2018 edition

This publication provides a detailed view on the territorial typologies at grid, local and regional (NUTS) level, used by Eurostat particularly for disseminating data aggregated by cities, coastal areas or border regions, for example. It helps data suppliers of subnational statistics to ensure coherency and comparability, and end-users to understand and interpret the wide range of official statistics available at a subnational level for the different areas and regions of the EU. [+]

CoverRegions in the European Union — Nomenclature of territorial units for statistics — NUTS 2016/EU-28

This document presents the current NUTS nomenclature, which subdivides the territory of the European Union into 104 regions at NUTS level 1, 281 at NUTS level 2 and 1 348 at NUTS level 3. The NUTS is the official division of the EU for regional statistics, visualised on maps. [+]

CoverEurostat regional yearbook 2018

Statistical information is an important tool for understanding and quantifying the impact of political decisions in a specific territory or region. The Eurostat regional yearbook 2018 gives a detailed picture relating to a broad range of statistical topics across the regions of the EU Member States, as well as the regions of the EFTA and candidate countries.

Each chapter presents statistical information in maps, tables, figures and infographics, accompanied by a descriptive analysis highlighting the main findings. Regional indicators are presented for the following 12 subjects: regional policies and European Commission priorities, population, health, education and training, the labour market, the economy, structural business statistics, research and innovation, the digital economy and society, tourism, transport, and agriculture. In addition, two special chapters are included in this edition: a focus on European cities and a focus on regional typologies. [pdf] [on line]

This video from Eurostat is presenting some new online tools for visualising data for regions and cities. Meet Åsa Önnerfors, who is explaining the difference between the Statistical Atlas and Regions and Cities Illustrated by showing some of the functionalities and options available in the two tools. She is also presenting a mobile phone app developed especially for regional data, called My region (Eurostat, 9.10.2018)

Página 1 de 6

Info-Europa

Si quieres recibir puntualmente toda la información del Centro de Documentación Europea de Valencia, puedes subscribirte a nuestra newsletter Info-Europa
Al realizar la suscripción acepta usted nuestra política de privacidad

Fichas Técnicas del Parlamento Europeo

Fichas técnicas sobre la Unión Europea 2019


 

portada-montblanc

Montblanc, nuestro manualsobre la Unión Europea


portadajordan450

Europa, el somni i la realitat de Josep Mª Jordan Galduf


 

Logo


RIjeka 2020


Galway 2020


banner web FGUV

web1


 

Esta web utiliza cookies con una finalidad estadistica y para mejorar su navegación