Economy & Jobs

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20-09-2018

Paris Region Key Figures 2018

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Paris Region Key Figures 2018 lays out a panorama of the region’s economic dynamism and social life, positioning it among the leading regions in Europe and worldwide.
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Orgalime key economic statistics 2018
Digital 11-09-2018

350,000 jobs created by European tech firms in five years

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The European technology industries continue to grow at a phenomenal pace: 5.0 % in 2017, according to the latest figures from Orgalime’s economists.
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Digital 29-05-2018

Car data privacy: Who’s in the driving seat?

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As cars become more and more connected, the amount and the type of data they can capture – and share – increases exponentially. While sharing car data has the potential to optimize the driving experience for all, questions of data privacy naturally arise: especially when personal data is involved.
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07-03-2018

European People’s Party: What role for the regions and cities in EU 2019 elections?

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The European People's Party local dialogues are a central part of the grassroots engagement for the 2019 European elections, an initiative to be launched in Sofia, Bulgaria on 9 March 2018.
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29-01-2018

Listed real estate: a large contributor to the EU economy

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Real estate plays a crucial role in all aspects of our everyday lives. The new report by EPRA demonstrates that European listed real estate is a key sector for the EU economy, providing and securing a significant amount of jobs and investments.
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16-01-2018

Mastercard: Core values in a changing payments landscape

With PSD2 now in force and an ever changing payments landscape encapsulated by changing consumer expectations and technological advances now is an exciting time for payments.
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The engineering industry is critical to EU & UK
18-10-2017

The engineering industry is critical to EU and UK

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Brexit poses three important challenges for the engineering industry: customs handling, differing standards, and restrictions for posted workers.
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11-07-2017

Eastern Europe’s shadow economy: What citizens think

A new poll commissioned by Mastercard shows that citizens across Eastern Europe are not fans of the shadow economy.
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29-05-2017

The textile and fashion sector: A powerhouse of EU manufacturing

The textile and clothing sector is a powerful manufacturing industry in Europe. Each step of the production chain is present in the European Union.
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28-03-2017

Mastercard 2017 Masterindex survey on Pan-European E-Commerce Trends

Mastercard’s 2017 Masterindex survey on pan-European e-commerce trends reveals that Europeans are avid online shoppers!
Agrifood 07-03-2017

Spain’s contribution to global agri-trade

Global trade has its ups and downs and the numbers involved are often difficult to comprehend. EURACTIV's partner EFEAGRO visualises EU agri-trade, with a focus on Spain's contribution, in this infographic.
How much money goes into Europe’s universities?
Education 24-11-2016

How much money goes into Europe’s universities?

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Almost a decade has passed since the financial crisis broke out, but universities across Europe are still feeling the pinch.
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Boeing: Current Market Outlook 2016-2035

Strong growth despite uncertainty Europe’s aviation market remained strong in 2015 despite significant economic uncertainties. Europe’s GDP grew by 1.9 percent in 2015 and is forecast to grow by 1.8 percent annually through 2035. The European aviation market is expected...
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The construction sector in Europe and its SMEs: facts and figures

The construction sector in Europe and its SMEs: facts and figures

The construction sector is the EU’s largest industrial employer with a total direct workforce of 18 million people and it contributes at around 9% to the GDP of the European Union.
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Socio-economic contribution of the European cosmetics industry

Socio-economic contribution of the European cosmetics industry

The vast majority of Europe’s 500 million consumers use cosmetic and personal care products contributing to well being and healthy lifestyles, and positive self-esteem every day. Ranging from antiperspirants, fragrances, makeup and shampoos, to soaps, sunscreens and toothpastes, cosmetics play an essential role in all stages of our life.
5 differences in corporates & federations communication
Public Affairs 09-06-2016

5 differences in corporates & federations communication

In April 2016, EURACTIV circulated a survey among EU affairs experts working in corporations and federations in Brussels, trying to examine the different roles these entities play in “the Bubble”, the synergies between them, but also what sets them apart in their approach to raise awareness of various policy aspects.
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European Textiles and Fashion: Facts & Figures

European Textiles and Fashion: Facts & Figures

Textile and clothing sector is a powerful manufacturing industry in Europe. Our strength is that each step of the production chain is present in the EU.
Timeline of a crisis: Europe’s economic strategy from 2008 to today
Euro & Finance 25-05-2016

Timeline of a crisis: Europe’s economic strategy from 2008 to today

At the outset of the economic crisis in 2008, the EU mirrored the rescue packages seen in the US and elsewhere. In total, more than €1.6 trillion was used to save the banks and €200 billion to keep the European economies afloat.
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TTIP: A Strong Framework for EU-US Regulatory Cooperation on Chemicals
Trade & Society 18-05-2016

TTIP: A Strong Framework for EU-US Regulatory Cooperation on Chemicals

For more than 29,000 European chemical companies, TTIP is a no-brainer: European manufacturing industries – not just chemicals, but other industries we supply such as automotive and construction – face growing competition from other global regions.
Women in ICT
Digital 28-04-2016

Women in ICT – How do EU member states measure up?

Women are underrepresented in the technology industry in Europe, constituting only 18% of the workforce.
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Infographic: European Advertising Consumer Research Index 2015
Digital 16-12-2015

INFOGRAPHIC: European Advertising Consumer Research Index 2015

New research shows growing awareness of the OBA Icon, and understanding of this EU Industry initiative to give control over targeted advertising choices. In 10 of the 13 countries surveyed, at least 1 in 4 consumers who are aware of the OBA Icon say they have clicked on it.
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Juvenile offending

INFOGRAPHIC: Breaking the vicious circle for juvenile offenders

Foster care is an alternative response to juvenile offending, but only rarely used as part of juvenile justice systems in the EU.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Coding at school
Digital 16-10-2015

INFOGRAPHIC: Coding at school — How do EU countries compare?

SPECIAL REPORT / Digital competences and ICT skills are seen as key for young people to integrate in the job market. Jobseekers will have a harder time finding work without them.
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Digital Skills in Europe
Digital 14-10-2015

INFOGRAPHIC: Digital skills in Europe

SPECIAL REPORT / Most jobs today require some digital and ICT skills. Jobseekers will have a harder time finding work without them.