Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

CoverMerging statistics and geospatial information — Experiences and observations from national statistical authorities, 2012-2015 projects

Various actions during the course of 2012 — a paper to the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC), a workshop with national statistical institutes (NSIs) and mapping agencies, and a meeting in Prague of Director-Generals of national statistical institutes (DGINS) — resulted in Eurostat deciding to provide a series of grants to statistical authorities to facilitate work on the coordination of statistics and geospatial information.

The association of statistics and geography has the potential to generate information far beyond the simple representation of data on a map. Linking numerical and geo-referenced statistics in spatial analysis may help reveal relationships and phenomena which are difficult to discover by more traditional analyses of statistical databases. Merging statistics and geospatial information — experiences and observations from the national statistical authorities, 2012-2015 projects presents details of projects enacted with grants provided during the first four years of this initiative, showcasing the broad range of applications that may be developed using geospatial information. [+]

CoverKey figures on enlargement countries. 2019 edition

This extensive statistical book on enlargement countries covers the years 2007 to 2017 and contains tables and graphs on population, education, health, living conditions and labour market, economy and finance, agriculture, business, science, technology and digital society, external trade as well as transport, energy, and environment. A short commentary on the data and methodological notes are also included. Montenegro, Albania, Serbia, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. [+]

CoverMeasuring public innovation in the EU: the STARPIN methodology

This publication synthesizes the main results of the StarPIN project – Statistical Reporting on Public Innovation– carried out for Eurostat by the Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy, with the support of dialogic – innovatie.interactie, Utrecht, The Netherlands. The publication presents a methodological framework aimed at enhancing the ability to measure public sector innovation. It reaches out from the established context, methodology and classifications of official statistics, towards innovative methods and tools of potential future data collections like web-scraping. An experimental test of the framework is carried out by means of pilot applications to specific public services in some countries. The publication can help analysts, subject matter experts, policy-makers and statisticians to reflect on possible demands and usages of statistics about the heterogeneous area of public sector innovation, as well as about modern, efficient and ‘fit-for-purpose’ tools and technologies that might meet such demands in the future. [+]

CoverGovernment finance statistics — Summary tables — volume 1/2019

The tables in this publication present government finance statistics (GFS) data by Member State, for the EU-28, for the euro area and for Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. The GFS presentation shows, in an integrated way: government revenue, government expenditure, government deficit, transactions in assets and 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, although it could also be of interest to the wider public. The value-added in comparison with other publications is to give an overview of government finances from several angles with consistent information. The publication covers data since 1995. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — 2019 edition — 5/2019

Eurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — shows the evolution of the economic activity in the European Union, euro area and Member States. This monthly review gives a synthetic picture of the macroeconomic situation in the recent past. It is based on Principal European Economic Indicators (PEEIs), complemented by some business cycle indicators. [+]

CoverThe European Union and the African Union — A statistical portrait — 2019 edition

This ‘statistical portrait’ presents, in roughly 100 pages, a broad comparison between the situation of the European Union, including EFTA members and Candidate Countries, and the African Union and its member states. The publication is jointly produced by Eurostat and the Statistics Division of the African Union Commission. [+]

CoverCurrent account asymmetries in EU-US statistics — 2019 edition

The EU and the US are the most prominent economic partners in the world. Persistent bilateral asymmetries in their current account statistics remain however a substantial issue that challenges conclusive reading of the data. This paper investigates the causes of current account asymmetries in EU-US statistics, with a particular focus on the bilateral trade in services and primary income flows as the main contributors to the observed asymmetries. It emphasises the complex and multidimensional nature of the asymmetries, and warns of simplistic explanations. Strategies to address the issue thus have to take place on different levels – from bilateral reconciliation efforts among compilers to international coordination, exchange of knowledge, data and compilation practices. [+]

CoverEurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — 2019 edition — 4/2019

Eurostatistics — Data for short-term economic analysis — shows the evolution of the economic activity in the European Union, euro area and Member States. This monthly review gives a synthetic picture of the macroeconomic situation in the recent past. It is based on Principal European Economic Indicators (PEEIs), complemented by some business cycle indicators. [+]

CoverThe Measurement of Scientific, Technological and Innovation Activities — Oslo Manual 2018 — Guidelines

Jointly published by the OECD and Eurostat, the Oslo Manual is a key component of the series of measurement manuals produced by OECD under the title “The Measurement of Scientific, Technological and Innovation Activities”. As part of this family of manuals, it addresses the need to reflect how innovation systems operate beyond a description of the efforts made to invest in new knowledge (captured in the OECD Frascati Manual on resources dedicated to R&D), or the numbers and characteristics of patented inventions (as covered in the OECD Patent Statistics Manual). [+]

CoverHarmonised European Time Use Surveys — 2018 guidelines

After 2000 and 2008, the Harmonised European Time Use Surveys (HETUS) 2018 guidelines are the third version of this methodological manual issued by Eurostat. The HETUS 2018 guidelines recommend – as innovations compared to 2008 – to include a new diary column on information and communication technology (ICT) used during each activity. The three-level HETUS Activity Coding List (ACL) 2018 will be exactly the same as ACL 2008 for the two aggregated levels; only on detailed third level of ACL a few additional codes are proposed. Moreover, people's everyday satisfaction will be captured in future via four additional questions at the end of the diary. In order to reduce the burden of respondents, there are fewer questions in the household and in the individual model questionnaire. Finally, the form "Weekly Schedule of Working Time" will be left out. Actually, countries planning to participate in HETUS wave 3 are preparing, together with Eurostat, to complete HETUS with new tools and sources for collecting data in the years to come. Results of these initiatives will become available by the end of 2019 and these will then be "translated" into precise and generally applicable methodological guidelines. Eurostat works – with the help of a dedicated Task Force TUS on Innovative Tools and Sources – to develop additional guidelines of this kind from 2020 onwards. Such additional guidelines, e.g. on new ways and mixed modes of data collection, will be added as an annex to the HETUS 2018 guidelines as soon as they will be ready. [+]

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