Statistics Finland has published a new pocket-size book of statistics on energy. The compact information package contains fresh statistical data on the energy field in Finland in the form of tables and graphics.
Official Statistics of Finland (OSF) are a comprehensive collection of statistics describing the development and state of society. They comprise nearly 300 sets of statistics. You recognise these types of statistics from the logo of the Official Statistics of Finland that has just been updated.
Statistics Finland’s newly published Finland in Figures 2016 is a compact, 50-page information package in pocket size about Finland and Finns. The booklet provides key data on the population, economy, living conditions and culture in the form of statistics and graphics. International comparison data are also included.
Zero-hour contracts have sparked a lot of debate internationally in EU organisations and at the ILO as well. Should they be banned and enact a minimum number of working hours or not? Senior Researcher Anna Pärnänen examines the subject in her blog post based on the results of the Labour Force Survey.
From 29 April 2016 onwards, Eurostat will publish preliminary flash estimates of quarterly GDP for the euro area (EA) and for the European Union (EU) at about 30 days after the end of the quarter (t+30).
Changes in statistics
Last updated 19 Aug 2016