Documentos. CDE Universitat de València

CoverThe life of women and men in Europe – 2022 interactive edition

There are large differences between the lives of women and men in Europe, but there are also similarities. The latest edition of the interactive publication ‘The life of women and men in Europe’ aims at comparing women and men in their daily lives. It also shows how similar or different the everyday life of women and men is in European countries. This interactive publication containing short texts, interactive visualisation tools and infographics has been developed by Eurostat in collaboration with the National Statistical Institutes of the EU.

CoverMarket prices and the evolution of corporate leverage in the euro area - 2022 edition

Corporate leverage is an important variable for financial stability. The System of National Accounts provides a solid methodology to monitor aggregated trends. In this framework, the valuation of balance sheet items at market prices implies that both changes in volume and changes in prices define the evolution of corporate leverage over time. To demonstrate how revaluations can also explain the dynamics of corporate leverage, we build time series that only consider transactions in financial assets and liabilities. We find that the trends in corporate leverage in the euro area since 1999 would have been different if revaluations had been excluded. Users of national accounts for financial stability purposes should be aware of the impact that market prices can have on corporate leverage. Besides, ongoing methodological work to improve national accounts should continue, in particular in what regards techniques for the estimation of market values of some financial

CoverEU survey on gender-based violence against women and other forms of inter-personal violence (EU-GBV) – first results – 2022 edition

This report provides background information on the methodology development and on the implementation of the EU survey on gender-based violence against women and other forms of inter-personal violence (EU-GBV). It also gives some first results from the survey. The survey implementation started in 2020 and data collection takes place over the 2020-2023 period (wave 2021) based on national timetables. To ensure that high quality and comparable data are produced, the EU-GBV is implemented based on common questionnaire and methodology. As the 2021 data collection is planned over a period of 4 years, the survey data will be published by Eurostat in batches (groups of countries) shortly after validation process is finalized. The first results covered in this publication include the countries who have finalized data collection in September 2022, while EU-wide data will be disseminated at the end of 2023.

CoverEuropean system of integrated social protection statistics ESSPROS — Manual and user guidelines — 2022 edition

The European System of integrated Social PROtection Statistics (ESSPROS) was developed in the late 70s by Eurostat jointly with representatives of the Member States of the European Union in response to the need for a specific instrument of statistical observation of social protection in the EU Member States. The new ESSPROS Manual and user guidelines is the updated guide for compiling and using ESSPROS data. It includes amendments and clarifications on the following topics: social contributions reporting basis, distinction between disability pension and early retirement in case of reduced capacity to work, treatment of multifunction benefits.

Tribunal de Cuentas Europeo. Informe Especial 26/2022. Estadísticas Europeas. Potencial para seguir mejorando la calidad (DOUE C 458/03, 1.12.2022)

Las estadísticas europeas son un bien público y resultan esenciales para ayudar a los responsables políticos, las empresas y los ciudadanos a adoptar decisiones basadas en datos contrastados. En 2012, publicamos un informe especial sobre la calidad de las estadísticas europeas, pero en 2016 observamos que aún no se habían ejecutado completamente algunas acciones de mejora. En esta auditoría, examinamos si la Comisión ofrece estadísticas europeas de alta calidad y llegamos a la conclusión de que su calidad global es suficiente para las partes interesadas. Sin embargo, identificamos una serie de insuficiencias que todavía deben resolverse. Formulamos varias recomendaciones para mejorar la calidad de las estadísticas europeas, como satisfacer mejor las necesidades de los usuarios, priorizar la financiación de la EU para proyectos innovadores, mejorar la evaluación de la calidad de las estadísticas europeas y reconsiderar la práctica actual de la publicación previa de las estadísticas.

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