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[IWS] Eurostat: EUROSTAT REGIONAL YEARBOOK 2014--How is my region doing within the European Union? [6 October 2014]

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European Commission

Eurostat

 

EUROSTAT REGIONAL YEARBOOK 2014

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/publications/regional_yearbook

 

or

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/statistics_explained/index.php/Eurostat_regional_yearbook

 

 

Press Release 6 October 2014

Eurostat regional yearbook 2014

How is my region doing within the European Union?

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_PUBLIC/1-06102014-AP/EN/1-06102014-AP-EN.PDF

[full-text, 6 pages]

 

On the occasion of the 12th European week of Regions and Cities

 

 

Statistical information is an important tool for understanding and quantifying the impact of political decisions in a specific territory or region. The Eurostat regional yearbook 2014 gives a detailed picture relating to a broad range of statistical topics across the regions of the Member States of the European Union (EU), as well as the regions of EFTA and candidate countries. Each chapter presents statistical information in maps, figures and tables, accompanied by a description of the policy context, main findings and data sources. These regional indicators are presented for the following 11 subjects: population, health, education, the labour market, the economy, structural business statistics, research and innovation, the information society, tourism, transport, and agriculture. In addition, four special focus chapters are included in this edition: these look at the environment, land cover and land use, European cities, and regional competitiveness.

 

Table of contents

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Introduction: EU regional statistics and policies

1. Population

2. Health

3. Education

4. Labour market

5. Economy

6. Structural business statistics

7. Research and innovation

8. Information society

9. Tourism

10. Transport

11. Agriculture

12. Focus on the environment

13. Focus on land cover and land use

14. Focus on European cities

15. Focus on regional competitiveness

 

 

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