Indicators

Name Description  
Employment_AMECO  Employment, persons: total economy (National accounts) (NETN), Source: AMECO  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Energy productivity (GDP/GIEC)  Energy productivity illustrates the amount of economic value generated per unit of energy consumption. It is calculated as GDP (expressed in Purchasing Power Standards, PPS) divided by Gross Inland Energy Consumption (GIEC).  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Acquisition of machinery, equipment and software  Expenses of companies with innovation activities for acquisition of machinery, equipment and software  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Acquisition of external knowledge  Expenses of companies with innovation activities for purchase of licensing of patent/non-patents, knowhow, etc.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - all energy carriers  Extraction of all energy carriers from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - Crude oil and petroleum products  Extraction of crude oil and petroleum products from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - Gas  Extraction of natural gas from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - Nuclear  Extraction of nuclear energy carriers from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - Renewable energies  Extraction of renewable energy carriers from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Primary energy production - Solid fuels  Extraction of solid energy carriers from natural sources to a usable form, excluding transformation of energy. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Foreign Direct Investment_inflows  FDI inflows, by region and economy, 1970-2008, US Dollars at current prices and current exchange rates  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
GDP at market prices (PPS)  GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is an indicator for a nation´s economic situation. It reflects the total value of all goods and services produced less the value of goods and services used for intermediate consumption in their production. Expressing GDP in PPS (purchasing power standards) eliminates differences in price levels between countries.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
GDP by volumes  GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is an indicator for a nation´s economic situation. It reflects the total value of all goods and services produced less the value of goods and services used for intermediate consumption in their production. GDP by volumes is expressed in prices of the previous year.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
GDP at market prices  GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is an indicator for a nation´s economic situation. It reflects the total value of all goods and services produced less the value of goods and services used for intermediate consumption in their production. GDP is expressed in current prices.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Governments environmental and energy R&D appropriations and outlays (% of GDP)   Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays on R&D (GBAORD) data are measuring government support to R&D activities in specific R&D areas. GBAORD data are built up using the guidelines laid out in the standard practice for surveys of research and experimental development by the OECD (Frascati Manual, 2002).   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Energy intensity of countries  Gross inland consumption of energy divided by GDP (kilogram of oil equivalent per 1000 Euro)  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - all energy carriers  Gross inland energy consumption of all energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Crude oil and Petroleum Products  Gross inland energy consumption of crude oil and petroleum products is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences.   Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Gas  Gross inland energy consumption of natural gas is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data
Gross inland energy consumption - Nuclear Energy  Gross inland energy consumption of nuclear energy carriers is calculated as primary production + recovered products + total imports + variations of stocks - total exports - bunkers. It corresponds to the addition of final consumption, distribution losses, transformation losses and statistical differences. In thousand tonnes of oil equivalents.  Visualise View Macro Data View Meso Data

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