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Economic Globalisation
Balance of PaymentsBalance of Payments
is the quantity of its own currency flowing out of of the country minus the amount flowing in.
Exports of GoodsExports of Goods
consist of sales of goods leaving the country.
Exports of ServicesExports of Services
consist of sales of services leaving the country.
Imports of GoodsImports of Goods
are the amount of goods which add to the level of resources of a country by entering its economic territory
Imports of ServicesImports of Services
consist of all services rendered by non-residents to residents. It includes services such as transportation of goods, passenger transportation, installement of equipment abroad, financial services, insurance services
Inward Foreign Direct InvestmentInward Foreign Direct Investment
is the amount of foreign capital investment invested in local resources
Outward Foreign Direct InvestmentsOutward Foreign Direct Investments
is the amount of acquisition of real assets within a country by non-residents.
Services Trade BalanceServices Trade Balance
is the difference between exports and imports of services. Services covers (but not limited to) items such as travel and transportation, communications, financial and computer services
Trade BalanceTrade Balance
is the difference between the total market value of exports and the total market value of imports of goods and services.
Energy
Contribution of Renewables to Energy supplyContribution of Renewables to Energy supply
is the ratio of renewable energy to Total Primary Energy Supply (hydro, geothermal, solar, wind, tide and wave)
Crude Oil Import PricesCrude Oil Import Prices
correspond to the price of crude oil; recorded at the time of import.
Electricity GenerationElectricity Generation
represents the amount of electricity generated (fossil fuels, nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, windÉ)
Production of Crude OilProduction of Crude Oil
corresponds to the volumes of crude oil that are extracted from oil reservoirs. The crude oil used on the lease is considered production.
Total Primary Energy SupplyTotal Primary Energy Supply
refers to the overall amount of primary energy supply in Million tonnes of oil equivalent. Secondary energy supply such as oil/coal products, electricity from fossil fuels is not included
Total Primary Energy Supply per CapitaTotal Primary Energy Supply per Capita
refers to the Total Primary Energy Supply (TPES) per head of population. The ratio is expressed in tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) per person. TPES consists of primary energy production adjusted for net trade and stock changes. Production of secondary energy (e.g. oil/coal products, electricity from fossil fuels, etc.) is not included since the "energy equivalent" of the primary fuels used to create the secondary products or electric power has already been counted. TPES is expressed in tonnes of oil equivalent
Total Production of EnergyTotal Production of Energy
consists of the total amount of energy produced in the country. It includes coal, crude oil, natural gas liquids, refinery feedstocks, additives, petroleum products, gases, combustible renewables and waste, electricity and heat.
Labour
Average Hour WorkedAverage Hour Worked
represents the total numbers of hours worked over the year divided by the average numbers of people in employment.
Employment Rates for age group 15 to 24Employment Rates for age group 15 to 24
corresponds to corresponds to the percentage of population between 15 and 24 years of age that is employed
Employment Rates for age group 25 to 54Employment Rates for age group 25 to 54
corresponds to the percentage of population between 25 and 54 years of age that is employed
Employment Rates for age group 55 to 64Employment Rates for age group 55 to 64
corresponds to the percentage of population between 55 and 64 years of age that is employed
Men Employment RatesMen Employment Rates
represents the percentage of the male labor force that is employed
Total Employement RatesTotal Employement Rates
represents the percentage of the labor force that is employed
Women Employment RatesWomen Employment Rates
represents the percentage of the female labor force that is employed
Labour Compensation per HourLabour Compensation per Hour
corresponds to the average compensation per hour worked in US Dollars
Labour CompensationLabour Compensation
represents the average us dollar labour compensation received by an employee within a given year
Labour compensation per unit labour inputLabour compensation per unit labour input
is the compensation of employees divided by total hours worked by employees
Long term UnemploymentLong term Unemployment
corresponds to the percentage of unemployed persons who have been unemployed for more than 12 months
Self employment RatesSelf employment Rates
corresponds to the percentage of self employed persons relative to the overall employee population
Men Unemployment RateMen Unemployment Rate
represent unemployed men as a percentage of the man civilian labour force.
Unemployment RateUnemployment Rate
represent unemployed persons as a percentage of the civilian labour force.
Women Unemployment RateWomen Unemployment Rate
represent unemployed women as a percentage of the woman civilian labour force.
Unit Labour CostsUnit Labour Costs
consist here to the growth in the average cost of labour per unit of output
Environment
AquacultureAquaculture
consists of the farming of plants and animals that live in water, such as fish, shellfish and algae
CO2 EmissionsCO2 Emissions
consist of the amount of greenhouse gases and/or their precursors into the atmosphere
Total Amount Generated of Municipal WasteTotal Amount Generated of Municipal Waste
represents the total amount of municipal waste generated in tonnes
Macroeconomic Trends
GDP DeflatorGDP Deflator
is the GDP recalculated at the constant prices of the previous year. Calculated by dividing the GDP to the current prices. The GDP deflator shows how much a change in the base year s GDP relies upon changes in the price level. Also known as the: GDP implicit price deflator.
GDP per CapitaGDP per Capita
is the GDP of a country divided by its total.
Gross Domestic ProductGross Domestic Product
is the measure of production equal to the sum of the gross values added of institutional units engaged in production.
Gross Fixed Capital FormationGross Fixed Capital Formation
is the total value of the gross fixed capital formation, which is the resident producers acquisitions, less disposals, of fixed assets
Housing Gross Fixed Capital FormationHousing Gross Fixed Capital Formation
is the total value of the gross fixed capital housing formation, which is the resident housing s acquisitions
Machinery and Equipment Gross Fixed Capital FormationMachinery and Equipment Gross Fixed Capital Formation
is the total value of the gross fixed capital machine and equipment formation, which is the resident machine and equipemnt acquisitions
Gross National Income per CapitaGross National Income per Capita
is defined as the gross domestic product plus net receipts from abroad of wages and salaries and of property income per residents.
Household Net Saving RateHousehold Net Saving Rate
is the percentage of household saving in relation to the household disposable income
Real Gross Domestic Product GrowthReal Gross Domestic Product Growth
measures the year over year growth in Inflation free Gross Domestic product.
Steel ProductionSteel Production
is the total output of usable ingots, continuously cast semi-finished products, and liquid steel for castings. The data, submitted by steel companies and associations, are compiled by the IISI (the International Iron and Steel Institute)
Value added in Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and FishingValue added in Agriculture, Hunting, Forestry and Fishing
is the share of gross value added in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing in total GDP
Value added in Business ServicesValue added in Business Services
is the share of gross value added in agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing in total GDP
Value added in ConstructionValue added in Construction
is the share of added value of work carried out on projects completed during the inquiry period in total GDP
Value added in Personal ServicesValue added in Personal Services
is the share of gross value added in government, health, education and other personal services in total GDP
Value added in Transport, Trade, Hotels and RestaurantsValue added in Transport, Trade, Hotels and Restaurants
is the share of gross value added Transport, Trade, Hotels and Restaurants in total GDP
Value added in IndustryValue added in Industry
is the share of gross value added in industry, including energy
Volume index of GDP per capitaVolume index of GDP per capita
displays the GDP per capita in relation to the other OECD countries based on an OECD=100 in 2000 Base. If the Volume index of GDP per capita of a country is equal to 125, it implies that the gdp per capita is 25% better than the 2000 OCDE average.
Population and Migration
Net Migration RateNet Migration Rate
corresponds to the difference between the number of persons entering and leaving a country during the year per 1,000 persons
Population growth ratesPopulation growth rates
is the rate at which the population is increasing or decreasing. It is expressed as a percentage of the population size of the previous year. It takes into consideration births, deaths and migration.
Population aged 65 and overPopulation aged 65 and over
represents the percentage of the population aged 65 and over.
Total Fertility RateTotal Fertility Rate
refers to the number of live births per 1,000 women of reproductive age, usually taken as 15-49 years, in a given year.
Total PopulationTotal Population
the total of either all usual residents of the country or all persons present in the country at the time of the census.
Prices
Consumer Price IndexConsumer Price Index
is an indicator that measures the change in the cost of a fixed basket of products and services. The CPI is also called the cost of living index
Energy CPIEnergy CPI
is the average of energy prices purchased by a typical household
Food CPIFood CPI
is the average of energy prices purchased by a typical household
Exchange RatesExchange Rates
are the price of one country's currency in relation to another.
Indice of PricesIndice of Prices
shows the evolution of prices in each country. It is here based on an OCDE common basket of about 2 500 goods and services
Long term Interest RatesLong term Interest Rates
consists of the central government bond yields, gross of tax, with usually a residual maturity of around 10 years.
Nominal Effective Exchange RateNominal Effective Exchange Rate
is the exchange rate of the domestic currency vis-a-vis other currencies weighted by the country's international trade. The exchange rate of each country studied here has a Year 2000=100 Base applied to it.
Manufacturing Product Price IndiceManufacturing Product Price Indice
measures changes in the selling prices of commodities produced as part of their output and sold in the domestic market. It is also a reflection of goods produced price trends.
Purchasing Power ParityPurchasing Power Parity
is the rate of currency conversion that equalise the purchasing power of different currencies by eliminating the differences in price levels between countries.
Relative Consumer Price IndexRelative Consumer Price Index
is measured by comparing the change in the country s consumer price index (converted into US dollars) to a weighted average of changes in its competitors consumer price indices (also expressed in US dollars), using the weighting matrix for the current year.
Relative Unit Labour Costs in ManufacturingRelative Unit Labour Costs in Manufacturing
is measured by comparing the change in the country s manufacturing labour costs (converted into US dollars) to a weighted average of changes in its competitors manufacturing labour costs (also expressed in US dollars), using the weighting matrix for the current year.
Productivity
GDP per Hour WorkedGDP per Hour Worked
represents the growth of the GDP relative to the number of hours worked
GDP per Capita relative to the United StatesGDP per Capita relative to the United States
measures the income and productivity levels compared to those of the US. Here the GDP per capita is used as a measure
GDP per Hour Worked relative to the United StatesGDP per Hour Worked relative to the United States
measures the income and productivity levels compared to those of the US. Here the GDP per hour worked is used as a measure
Labour ProductivityLabour Productivity
represents the annual growth in labour productivity
Public finance
Government Net Borrowing and Net LendingGovernment Net Borrowing and Net Lending
shows the national debt or surplus relative to the GDP
Law, Order and Defence ExpenditureLaw, Order and Defence Expenditure
corresponds to the total expenditure in law, order and defense relative to the GDP
Public Expenditure on HealthPublic Expenditure on Health
corresponds to the total expenditure of the governement on health relative to the GDP
Public Social ExpenditurePublic Social Expenditure
corresponds to the total social expenditure of the governement relative to the GDP
Taxes on Goods and ServicesTaxes on Goods and Services
corresponds to the overall amount of taxes on goods and services relative to the GDP
Taxes on Income and ProfitsTaxes on Income and Profits
corresponds to the overall amount of income and profits relative to the GDP
Taxes on the Average WorkerTaxes on the Average Worker
represent the weight of the Taxes on the Average Worker as a percentage to the overall labour cost
Total Expenditure on HealthTotal Expenditure on Health
corresponds to the total expenditure on helth relative to the GDP
Total Tax RevenueTotal Tax Revenue
represents the total tax revenue collected as a percentage of the overall gross domestic product
Quality of life
Government Expenditure on Recreation and CultureGovernment Expenditure on Recreation and Culture
corresponds to the total expenditure of the governement on recreation and culture relative to the GDP
Government Financial LiabilitiesGovernment Financial Liabilities
corresponds to the total liabilities of the Government relative to the GDP
Household and Government Expenditure on Recreation and CultureHousehold and Government Expenditure on Recreation and Culture
corresponds to the total expenditure in the country on recreation and culture relative to the GDP
Household Expenditure on Recreation and CultureHousehold Expenditure on Recreation and Culture
correponds to the total expenditure of households on recreation and culture relative to the GDP
Infant MortalityInfant Mortality
corresponds to the number of deaths under one year of age among the live births in a given geographical area during a given year, per 1,000 live births.
Length of the Motorway NetworkLength of the Motorway Network
corresponds to the aggregate amount of motorway kilometres in the country
Men Life expectancy at BirthMen Life expectancy at Birth
refers to the number of years a male newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of birth were to stay the same throughout the childŐs life
Total Life expectancy at BirthTotal Life expectancy at Birth
refers to the number of years a newborn infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of birth were to stay the same throughout the childŐs life
Women Life expectancy at BirthWomen Life expectancy at Birth
refers to the number of years a newborn female infant would live if prevailing patterns of mortality at the time of birth were to stay the same throughout the childŐs life
Prison Population RatePrison Population Rate
represents to the number of inhabitants currently imprisoned per 100 000 habitants
Road FatalitiesRoad Fatalities
corresponds to the number of death on the road per million inhabitants
Road Motor VehiclesRoad Motor Vehicles
corresponds to the number of vehicules per million inhabitants
Science and technology
Gross Domestic Expenditure on Research and DevelopmentGross Domestic Expenditure on Research and Development
corresponds to the total expenditure in the country on research and development relative to the GDP
Households with Access to Home ComputersHouseholds with Access to Home Computers
corresponds to the percentage of households that have access to a computer
Investment in KnowledgeInvestment in Knowledge
represents the total expenditures in research and development, on higher education, and on software relative to the GDP
Households with access to the internetHouseholds with access to the internet
represents the percentage of the country s households with access to the internet
ResearchersResearchers
corresponds to the number of researchers per thousand inhabitants
Telephone AccessTelephone Access
measures the number of telephone access path per 100 inhabitants