You are here: Home / News / 28/02/2019 - Updating of 5 themes

28/02/2019 - Updating of 5 themes

In February, five themes were updated and new tables were added to the IBSA website

In February, five themes were updated and new tables were added to the IBSA website, referring to the “Labour market” and “Economy” themes. New statistics have also been added for the “Population” theme. Discover them in more detail below!
 

NEW

A new table, which refers to the Volume of work for employees, self-employed workers and overall workers by workplace and NACE-BEL sector (2008), is now available for the 2005–2016 period at the regional level, for the “Labour market” theme.

The table concerning Value added by institutional sector for the 2005–2017 period at the regional level now complements the “Economy” theme.

Finally, new statistics regarding Households – the number of people declaring to legally live together and the number of people no longer legally living together have been added for the “Population” theme. These are available at the municipal level for the 2000–2017 period.

 

UPDATES

For the “Labour market” theme, the tables concerning People in receipt of unemployment benefits have been updated with the figures for 2018. The tables regarding Interior employment for the regional accounts have been brought up to date with the statistics for 2017, while the years 2015–2016 have been revised.

The statistics for 2017 have been added to the tables relating to GDP at current and per capita prices, value added to current prices and in chained euros by sector and investments in regional accounts. The years 2015 and 2016 have been revised. The tables concerning Company bankruptcies have been updated with the statistics for 2018. All of these tables are available as part of the “Economy” theme.

The Regional demographic projections, which form part of the “Population” theme, have been updated for the 2019-2070 period.

For the “Health” theme, the 2016 statistics have been updated in the tables regarding Number of deaths according to the initial cause, according to certain specific initial causes and Number of infant deaths below 5 years.

The tables concerning Household income accounts and the regional distribution of final consumption expenditure and Regional accounts have been updated with the figures for 2016. The years 2014 and 2015 have been revised. These tables are available as part of the “Household income and expenditure” theme.