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Structural Indicators, Slovenia and the EU-27, 2000-2008

Wednesday, July 15, 2009, Special release
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Structural indicators are an instrument for objective assessment of the progress of each EU Member State and Candidate Country towards achieving the Lisbon Strategy goals. The system of indicators is an integral part of the Strategy and serves as the basis of annual reporting on the implementation of the Strategy.

Short list of 14 structural indicators for Slovenia and comparison with the EU-27 average

In 2003, the European Commission prepared a short list of 14 indicators, which are added each year as the annex to the Annual Progress Report for the European Council. The purpose of this short list is to provide a simpler and clearer picture of the assessment of the progress of individual countries towards the Lisbon objectives.

Further on we present a comparison of the last available data for each indicator with the data from the year 2000.

Formula: Values in the chart = Current national value / Current EU-27 value *100

For that purpose the indicators are divided into 2 groups, both of them showing a comparison of Slovenia with the EU -27 average.

Employment rate, Youth education attainment level and Business investment over the EU-27 average



Selected indicators, Slovenia and the EU-27, 2000 and the latest data (2007 or 2008)

Source: Eurostat,
http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/structural_indicators/indicators/short_list,
15. 6. 2009

Note: The chart shows those indicators for which increasing values indicate a positive trend. The value of the indicator above 100 points to levels that are higher than the EU-27.

Among the presented indicators in both compared periods, for Slovenia an upward trend is evident. However, only the values of three indicators (Employment rate, Youth education attainment level and Business investment) or of six if we take the distribution by sex into account exceed the EU-27 average.


At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers, Long-term unemployment rate and Comparative price levels in a better position relative to the EU-27 average



Selected indicators, Slovenia and EU-27, 2000 and the latest data (2006, 2007 or 2008)


Source: Eurostat,
http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/structural_indicators/indicators/short_list,
15. 6. 2009

Note: The chart shows those indicators for which decreasing values indicate a positive trend. The value of the indicator below 100 indicates the values that are lower than the EU-27, suggesting a positive balance.

The latest observation period compared with the EU-27 average shows a positive trend also for three indicators (At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers, Long-term unemployment rate and Comparative price levels) or for seven when taking into account the distribution by sex.
Despite the relatively good state of the indicator “Comparative price levels" against the EU-27, the indicator in comparative periods (2000 and 2007) shows a worsening of the situation in Slovenia.
In the chart we are not showing the structural indicator “Dispersion of regional employment rates”, because there are no data for Slovenia.


Structural indicators, Slovenia and the EU-27 average

The following table shows the entire series of available data for the last five-year period (2004-2008) and for the year 2000.

The list contains 14 indicators, or 26, if they are further broken down by sex. The indicators cover the six domains: General economic background, Employment, Innovation and Research, Economic reform, Social cohesion and the Environment.

Structural indicators, Slovenia and the EU-27, 2000 and 2004-2008
SLOVENIAEU-27
2000200420052006200720082000200620072008
GENERAL ECONOMIC BACKGROUND
GDP per capita in PPS (EU-27=100)79.886.487.487.689.290,8f100.0100.0100.0100.0
Labour productivity per person employed (EU-27=100)76.182.083.583.984.585f100.0100.0100.0100.0
EMLOYMENT
Employment rate total (%)62.865.36666.667.868.662.264.565.465.9
  women (%)58.460.561.361.862.664.253.757.358.359.1
  men (%)67.270.070.471.172.772.770.871.772.572.8
Employment rate of older workers total (%)22.729.030.732.633.532.836.943.544.745.6
  women (%)13.817.818.521.022.221.127.434.936.036.9
  men (%)32.340.943.144.545.344.747.152.753.955.0
INNOVATION AND RESEARCH
Gross domestic expenditure on R&D - GERD (%)1.391.401.441.561,53p:1,85s1,84s1,83s:
Youth education attainment level total (%)88,0b90.590.589.491.5:76.677.978.1:
  women (%)90,8b94.193.291.494.3:79.380.880.8:
  men (%)85,4b87.188.087.789.0:73.875.075.5:
ECONOMIC REFORM
Comparative price levels (EU-27 =100)72.875.576,0b76.877.8:100.0100.0100.0:
Business investment21.820.320.122.623.8:18.418.218.7:
SOCIAL COHESION
At-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers total (%)11:12b1212::16s16ps:
  women (%)12:14b1313::17s17ps:
  men (%)11:11b1010::15s15ps:
Dispersion of regional employment rates by gender total (%)::::::13.011.411.1:
  women (%)::::::20.016.115.8:
  men (%)::::::9.69.48.8:
Long-term unemployment rate total (%)4.13.23.12.92.21.94.03.73.02.6
  women (%)4.23.43.33.52.72.14.64.03.32.8
  men (%)4.13.12.92.51.81.63.53.52.82.4
ENVIRONMENT
Greenhouse gas emissions
(including Kyoto Targets 2008 -2012) (1990 =100)
93.098.7100.6101.2::90.992.3::
Energy intensity of the economy (kgoe/1000 EUR)330.82319.78314.36299.09::213.9202.45::
Volume of freight transport relative to GDP (2000=100)100.0114.5128.9132.0138.5:100.0106,3s106,8s:
: - not available, b - break in series, f - forecast, p - provisional value, s - Eurostat estimate
Source: Eurostat, http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/structural_indicators/indicators/short_list,
15. 6. 2009
Methodological note
Eurostat publishes and updates regularly structural indicators for EU Member States and Candidate Countries as well as for Norway, Switzerland, the USA and Japan on a special website devoted to structural indicators: http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/structural_indicators/introduction
In addition to the data for each indicator, Eurostat also publishes a comprehensive methodology and quality profiles.

You can find more basic information on the structural indicators  (brief methodological explanations and short descriptions of individual structural indicators) in the attached documents.


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