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1 WP2 Data Delivery Broad splits of countries –Good data coverage Austria Belgium Finland Netherlands UK Germany –Recent data coverage Spain Denmark France Italy Czech Rep., Poland, Hungary, Slovak Rep., Slovenia –No data as yet US Greece Portugal Ireland Sweden Luxembourg Time series Industry disaggregations Breaks Sources (individual versus establishments)

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3 Good data coverage - employment Austria Employed and self employed separately Source: labour force survey,Statistics Austria One datafile – no problematic classification changes? 71 industries (exact match to EUK – extra territorial organisations missing) Data stored in Prodsys format Belgium Salaried and non-salaried workforce separately Source: National Accounts consistent, subdivided on the basis of social security sources and non-published sources One datafile – no problematic classification changes? EUK 72 industry list match (incl. aggregates) Data not yet in Prodsys format

4 Good data coverage - employment Finland Employees and self employed separately Source: National Accounts data (including unpublished data) Three datafiles – three classification changes? Some gaps, missing/imputed self employed data in the early years? 61 industries covered for early period, post 1995 to EUK 72 Data stored in Prodsys format Netherlands Employees and self employed separately Sources: Statistics Netherlands and CPB 49 industries Data stored in Prodsys format

5 Good data coverage - employment UK Employed and self employed separately from 1984 onwards, Competing datafiles over the whole period – LFS likely to be benchmark from 1984 onwards Sources: LFS, ABI, AAS, Census of Employment Industry lists change in 1968 and 1980 and industries matched into EUK 72 Most of the data stored in Prodsys format Germany Employed and self employed separately Sources: National Accounts - Statistisches Bundesam Both 60 (59) and 30 industry classifications matched to EUK 72 Older data available to 55 industries Data mostly conforms to Prodsys, though not so for the early years

6 Recent data coverage - employment Spain Employed and self employed separately Sources: LFS, Spanish National Statistics Institute and Industrial Firm Survey Exact match to EUK 72 Industry Data stored in Prodsys format Denmark AVERAGE HOURS ONLY

7 Recent data coverage - employment France Employed and self employed (and unregistered work) physical persons and full time equivalent Sources: ISEE published data, nb. some restricted data EUK72 Industry (including aggregates) Data stored in Prodsys format Italy Employment data split by detail – blue collar, white collar, self employed….etc. Full time equivalent only Source - ? 30 industry split, not yet matched to EUK industry Not yet in Prodsys format

8 Recent data coverage - employment Czech Rep., Poland, Hungary, Slovak Rep., Slovenia Poland – from 1995, data available in persons, FTEs and self employed to NACE 30 (Source?) Czech Rep – from 1995, data available in persons, FTEs and self employed to EUKLEMS breakdown as far as possible (Source?) Hungary – , employees and self employed to NACE 2 digit level (source: LFS?) Slovak Rep – , employed and self employed to NACE 60 Slovenia – full time/part time and employed and self employed split, LFS, 2-digit NACE –Not yet to Prodsys format –This is probably the best we can do here

9 Hours data Storage system varies – some as an extra worksheet, some as an extra asset/employment type, some as separate files. We need to standardise this.

10 Good data coverage - hours Austria Total hours worked employed and self employed combined Source: labour force survey, Statistics Austria One datafile – no problematic classification changes? 71 industries (exact match to EUK – extra territorial organisations missing) Data stored as an asset in the data sheet Belgium Hours worked, salaried only Source: non published National Accounts, compatible with published version One datafile – no problematic classification changes? EUK 72 industry list match (incl. aggregates) Data not yet in Prodsys format

11 Good data coverage - hours Finland Hours by employees and self employed separately Source: Statistics Finland/ National Accounts data (including unpublished data) Three datafiles (separate from employment) – three classification changes? Some gaps? 60 industries covered for early period ( , ), post 1995 to EUK 72 Data stored in Prodsys format Netherlands , Employees and self employed separately Sources: Statistics Netherlands and CPB Competing data sources? Data stored in separate sheets and then an additional data files from CBS for the more recent years self employed and employees separately 49 industries Data stored in Prodsys format

12 Good data coverage - hours UK Employed and self employed separately from 1984 onwards, Competing datafiles over the whole period – LFS likely to be benchmark from 1984 onwards Sources: LFS and New Earnings Survey (now ASHE) Industry lists change in 1968 and 1980 and industries matched into EUK 72 Most of the data stored in Prodsys format Germany Employed and self employed separately – lots of missing values Sources: National Accounts - Statistisches Bundesam Both 60 (59) and 30 industry classifications matched to EUK 72 Data mostly conforms to Prodsys

13 Recent data coverage - employment Spain Employed and self employed separately Sources: LFS, Spanish National Statistics Institute and Industrial Firm Survey Exact match to EUK 72 Industry Data stored in Prodsys format Denmark Employed and self employed: average annual hours Source: Statistics Denmark 130 industries, matched to EUK72 (with weights) Data stored in Prodsys format

14 Recent data coverage - hours France Employed and self employed average and total hours provided. Stored in additional sheets Sources: ISEE published data, nb. some restricted data 104 industries matched to EUK72 Industry (including aggregates) Data stored in Prodsys format Italy No hours data yet

15 Recent data coverage - hours Czech Rep., Poland, Hungary, Slovak Rep., Slovenia Poland – from 1997, data available by employed and self employed to NACE 30 (Source?) Czech Rep – from 1995, data to ~60 industry breakdown (NACE), available by employed and self employed (Source?) Hungary – , at NACE 2 shows average hours worked in a reference week by primary and second jobs (source: LFS?) Slovak Rep – , hours worked to NACE 60, total employment Slovenia – average number of paid hours, 2-digit NACE National Survey on Earnings (some confidential data) –Not yet to Prodsys format –This is probably the best we can do here

16 Issues Missing Countries Taking series back over time Industry concordance with EUKLEMS Industry matching over time - weighting Gaps in detail Consistent sources of data Harmonising data from individual and employer based surveys?


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