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

This publication gives an overview of the most important demographic developments in the EU Member States, candidate countries, EFTA countries as well as some EU neighbourhood countries. Information is provided by the national statistical institutes and covers the main demographic issues

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-12-004, published on 20-Mar-2012

This publication gives an overview of the most important demographic developments in the EU Member States, candidate countries, EFTA countries as well as some EU neighbourhood countries. Information is provided by the national statistical institutes and covers the main demographic issues

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-07-001, published on 25-Jan-2007

This publication gives an overview of the most important demographic developments in the EU Member States, acceding and candidate countries as well as the EFTA countries. Information is provided by the national statistical institutes and covers the main demographic issues on national level.

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-RA-07-026, published on 19-Dec-2007

This publication gives an overview of the most important demographic developments in the EU Member States, candidate countries, EFTA countries as well as some EU neighbourhood countries. Information is provided by the national statistical institutes and covers the main demographic issues

Dedicated sections [Population (Demography, Migration and Projections)], updated on 16-Jan-2020

Last manuals and guidelines 26/05/2015 Demographic statistics: a review of definitions and methods of collection in 44 European countries 20/03/2012 Demographic outlook 2010 01/12/2011 Fewer, older and multicultural? Projections of the EU populations by foreign/national background 17/06/2011

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-TC-18-008, published on 20-Dec-2018

measurement approach will be presented. This approach addresses demographic, topographical, settlement structural and infrastructural (Internet) aspects. It has been used by Conrad et al. (2018) for public savings banks and cooperative banks in Germany at a small-scale level. A comparison of the supply

Eurostat News , Product code: CA-AB-00-001-01, published on 14-Feb-2000

- tains the financial outlook for the 2000-2006 period and draft EU legislation on structural aid, the common agricultural policy and pre- accession instruments for the applicant countries. Agenda 2000 groups toge- ther a coherent set of reforms to be implemented so that the European Union can meet

Eurostat News , Product code: LN-112002, published on 10-Nov-2002

c November 2002 Editorial Eurostat's Europe first policy featured article by Klaus Reeh 2 Highlights Euro-IND statistical news: 3 Insight on: the European Commission Economic Forecasts, Autumn 2002 4 Insight on: OECD Economic Outlook (latest issue, June 2002) 5 Insight on: IMF world Economic

Statistical reports , Product code: KS-FT-18-006, published on 06-Aug-2018

Report is inspired by the ‘Power from Statistics Outlook Report’ (in which experts from various stakeholder groups set out their personal reflections and ideas on the future of European statistics) as well as by the high-level conference ‘Power from Statistics: delivering the evidence of tomorrow

Statistical books/Pocketbooks , Product code: KS-32-12-152, published on 15-Jun-2012

years. Schoolmates from around the world complement this picture by bringing in global outlooks on sustainable development. I hope you will enjoy reading this book. Perhaps it will help you to discover that statistics are indeed very close to our everyday life. They are all about us and the world

Statistical working papers , Product code: KS-TC-16-008, published on 01-Sep-2016

-term care developments is needed to understand differences in risk profiles. Further work is needed to develop standardised indicators. Outlook: Compilation of health expenditures by age and sex will improve the data base for the analysis of the impact of demographic changes on health expenditures