Wednesday, 28th August 2013
European Social Statistics 2013 edition
From the Introduction:
The pocketbook European Social Statistics provides a com- parative overview of the social statistics available in Europe. The most recent data are presented here showing the situation in the 27 Member States and at the European and Euro area levels (EU-27 and EA-17 aggregates) where relevant as well as in EFTA (includ- ing Iceland, which is also a candidate country) and candidate coun- tries when available (Montenegro, Croatia (1), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey). This pocketbook, in- tended for both generalists and specialists, is divided into seven parts.
Each of the seven chapters focuses on an area of social conditions. Within each chapter, a range of policy-relevant indicators, as well as more descriptive data, are presented in tables and graphs and accompanied by a short commentary.
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