- 9 General and regional statistics
- 4 Population and social conditions
- 3 Science and technology
- 2 Environment and energy
- 1 Economy and finance
- 1 Industry, trade and services
Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-NP-05-018, published on 13-May-2005
household and enterprise surveys run by Eurostat measure, inter alia, the rate of take up of this technology and the use made of ICTs. This current edition highlights some of the first results from the 2004 survey round. 18/2005 Main points raised in this edition are: • SMEs are lagging behind
Call for tenders and grants , Product code: 2005-S-118-116051, published on 21-Jun-2005
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Call for tenders and grants , Product code: 2005-59-056363, published on 14-Apr-2005
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Call for tenders and grants , Product code: 2005-S-110-109126, published on 14-Jun-2005
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Manuals and guidelines , Product code: OSLO, published on 24-Nov-2005
firms and public research institutions. ISBN 92-64-01308-3 – © OECD/EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES 200538 OSLO MANUAL: GUIDELINES FOR COLLECTING AND INTERPRETING INNOVATION DATA 4.3. Innovation in small and medium-sized enterprises 114. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are of necessity more
Statistical books , Product code: KS-CD-05-001-8, published on 24-Nov-2005
sec- tor(s)’ or simply ‘service(s)’ are generally used to refer to economic activities covered by Sec- tions G to K and M to O of NACE Rev. 1.1 and the units that carry out those activities. SMEs Small and medium-sized enterprises employing fewer than 250 people, according to Commis- sion
Eurostat News , Product code: LN-012005, published on 26-Jan-2005
for SMEs (ECB’s DG-S/Eurostat) 3. Presentation by the European Committee of Central Balance Sheet Data Offices (the ECCBSO) 14. CONFIDENTIALITY 1. Verbal report on the results of the Statistical Confidentiality Committee meeting of 10 December 2004 (Eurostat) Complement: Pr...
Statistical books , Product code: KS-DO-05-001, published on 08-Jul-2005
for unemployed persons (Fed) 12.47* 12.47* - - - 45 Support for the creation and management of enterprises (RBC) 0.17 - - 0.17 - 1 53 SME Creation (RW) n.s. - - n.s. - 1 Total category 7 - Start-up incentives 12.63* 12.47* - 0.17 - 8 - Out-of-work income maintenance and support 8.1 37...
Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-AV-05-001, published on 21-Apr-2005
adoption, requiring highly skilled labour, innovative SMEs and well-developed supporting structures, will be equally important. Crucial indicators in this module are: GDP, economic growth, productivity as well as international trade and investments. Module B represents the results of the i...
Eurostat News , Product code: E4-WGM-20050303, published on 28-Jul-2005
to encouraging the wider use of GI by public sector bodies, private companies, including SMEs, and citizens, through cooperation mechanism at European level. Targeted topics will 8 be cross border, technical and organisational issues, interoperability, the support of open standard...
Eurostat News , Product code: KS-PB-04-003, published on 17-May-2005
States: a. 5% of the total costs were caused by State rules b. SMEs spent 24 hours of their annual working time on statistics – i.e. 0.1% of the annual total… c. there were major fluctuations from business to business d. there was a massive difference between actual and perceived burdens...