Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-09-070, published on 08-Sep-2009

This publication examines the effects of enterprise births and deaths on employment and the development of employment in the first five years after enterprise birth. Birth and death rates are usually substantially higher than the respective share of the observed enterprises in employment, because

Statistics in Focus , Product code: KS-SF-09-066, published on 04-Sep-2009

% in the occupied Palestinian territory and Jordan, and virtually nil in Lebanon. Patterns of crude birth and death rates were broadly consistent with that of population growth, with high birth rates in the MPCs compared to a low birth rate coupled with a relatively high death rate in the EU-27

News releases , Product code: 3-03082009-AP, published on 03-Aug-2009

On 1 January 2009, the population of the EU27 was estimated at 499.8 million, compared with 497.7 million on 1 January 2008. The population of the EU27 grew by 2.1 million in 2008, an annual rate of +0.4%, due to a natural increase of 0.6 million and net migration of 1.5 million.

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-08-013, published on 02-Feb-2009

-Capital Region, of population of the Walloon Region and of the population of the Flemish Region. Fertility The fertility statistics of Belgium are based on the Civil Registry for which the last available year is In there were live births and the total fertility rate (TFR) amounted to child per woman

Data in focus , Product code: KS-QA-09-031, published on 03-Aug-2009

The publication provides an overview of the demographic developments in the Member States and other European countries during the year 2008. The publication presents the first results of the demographic events registered in 2008 (births, deaths, migration, nuptiality) and the total population

Data in focus , Product code: KS-QA-09-047, published on 15-Dec-2009

The publication provides first demographic estimates for 2009 (population on 1 January 2010, births, deaths and net migration for 2009). The estimates are based upon monthly data available at the end of 2009.

News releases , Product code: 1-18092009-AP, published on 18-Sep-2009

How much have infant mortality rates in the EU fallen since 1965? In which fields are there the most PhD students and what is the split between men and women? Which sectors have increased their importance in the EU economy in recent years? What proportion of those employed in the EU have a second

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-30-08-357, published on 24-Jun-2009

, NUTS Infant mortality rates per live births NUTS Standardised death rates per inhabitants ages men, NUTS Standardised death rates per inhabitants ages women, NUTS Standardised death rates per inhabitants ages men, NUTS Standardised death rates per inhabitants ages women, NUTS Life expectancy

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-78-09-708, published on 17-Jul-2009

is is not the case for some ENP-East countries where emigration is still relatively high compared to ENP-South countries. Population especially in ENP-South countries tends to be younger than in ENP-East countries and the EU-27. Compared to the EU-27 birth rates are generally higher and death rates are generally

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-HA-09-001, published on 01-Oct-2009

give birth later in life, the total fertility rate first indicates a decrease in fertility, followed later by a recovery. By comparison, in the more developed parts of the world today, a total fertility rate of around National value BE BG DK DE EE CZ EL ES FR CY IT LU LV LT HU NL MT AT PL RO SI SK FI

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-CD-09-001-16, published on 18-Sep-2009

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