wiiw Handbook of Statistics 2018: Central, East and Southeast Europe


Alexandra Bykova, Nadya Heger, Beate Muck, Renate Prasch, Monika Schwarzhappel, Galina Vasaros and David Zenz

wiiw Handbook of Statistics No. 2018, November 2018
338 pages including 250 Tables, 15 Maps and 8 Graphs

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The handbook shows time series for 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015-2017.
Alternatively all tables are also available in Excel format covering the period from 1990.
The Handbook is published annually and contains revised and updated annual time series extracted from the Annual and Foreign Direct Investment Databases maintained and regularly updated by wiiw.

Features of the 2018 edition

  • A quick reference tool for 22 countries with a broad range of economic indicators based on reliable and comparable data across countries
  • Graphs on key indicators at the regional level highlight the most recent trends
  • Key indicators compiled for all countries allow for cross-country comparisons and comparisons with the EU, the USA and Japan at a glance
  • Wages and investment data by activities now also available for Turkey
  • Comparable structural breakdown (NACE Rev. 2) now available for all countries (for Russia only partial data are available for the last two years)

Preface and contents
Introduction to wiiw’s Handbook of Statistics offering a quick overview on the economies of the 22 CESEE countries. Graphs for key indicators highlight the developments for CESEE on a regional level also in comparison with the EU28.
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Example tables of each chapter
I. Cross-country overview
II. Indicators by country
III. Structural indicators
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Reference to wiiw databases: wiiw Annual Database, wiiw FDI Database

Countries covered: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine

ISBN-13: 978-3-85209-061-0