Europe in figures - Eurostat yearbook

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Europe in figures – Eurostat yearbook is an online-only Eurostat publication; it is updated on a rolling basis, i.e. each article is updated when its main data sets have been refreshed.

Table of contents

Foreword

Abstract

Introduction

The Eurostat yearbook
Eurostat and the European Statistical System
Accessing European statistics
Statistics for European policies and high-priority initiatives

1. Population

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Population structure and ageing
1.2 Population and population change
1.3 Marriage and divorce
1.4 Fertility
1.5 Mortality and life expectancy
1.6 Migration and migrant population
1.7 Asylum

2. Living conditions

2.0 Introduction
2.1 Social inclusion
2.2 Income distribution
2.3 Housing
2.4 Social protection
2.5 Crime

3. Health

3.0 Introduction
3.1 Healthy life years
3.2 Causes of death
3.3 Healthcare
3.4 Health and safety at work

4. Education and training

4.0 Introduction
4.1 School enrolment and early leavers from education and training
4.2 Foreign language learning
4.3 Educational expenditure
4.4 Tertiary education
4.5 Lifelong learning

5. Labour market

5.0 Introduction
5.1 Employment
5.2 Unemployment and beyond
5.3 Wages and labour costs
5.4 Minimum wages
5.5 Job vacancies
5.6 Labour market policy interventions

6. Economy and finance

6.0 Introduction
6.1 National accounts and GDP
6.2 Sector accounts
6.3 Government finances
6.4 Exchange rates and interest rates
6.5 Consumer prices - inflation and comparative price levels
6.6 Balance of payments
6.7 Foreign direct investment

7. International trade

7.0 Introduction
7.1 International trade in goods
7.2 International trade in services

8. Agriculture, forestry and fisheries

8.0 Introduction
8.1 Agricultural output, price indices and income
8.2 Farm structure
8.3 Agricultural products
8.4 Forestry
8.5 Fisheries

9. Industry and services

9.0 Introduction
9.1 Structural business statistics
9.2 Industrial production
9.3 Industry and construction - short-term indicators
9.4 Services - short-term indicators
9.5 Tourism

10. Research and communication

10.0 Introduction
10.1 R & D expenditure
10.2 R & D personnel
10.3 Innovation
10.4 Patents
10.5 Information society - households and individuals
10.6 Information society - enterprises
10.7 Telecommunications

11. Environment

11.0 Introduction
11.1 Land cover, land use and landscape
11.2 Greenhouse gas emissions by industries and households
11.3 Carbon dioxide emissions from final use of products
11.4 Waste
11.5 Water
11.6 Chemicals management
11.7 Environmental protection expenditure
11.8 Environmental taxes
11.9 Biodiversity

12. Energy

12.0 Introduction
12.1 Energy production and imports
12.2 Consumption of energy
12.3 Electricity production, consumption and markets
12.4 Renewable energy
12.5 Energy prices

13. Transport

13.0 Introduction
13.1 Passenger transport
13.2 Freight transport


Latest updates of the table of contents

  • 26 September 2014: The former article 1.1. European population compared with world population taken away and archived. The corresponding updated article is The EU in the world - population in the online publication The EU in the world.
  • 24 June 2014: 6.2 Sector accounts split away from 6.1 National accounts and GDP as an own article.
  • 11 June 2014: 10.5 Information society statistics split into two articles: 10.5 Information society statistics - households and individuals and 10.6 Information society statistics - enterprises.
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