wiiw Industrial Database Eastern Europe 2010
The wiiw Industrial Database Eastern Europe * is an indispensable tool for analysing industrial restructuring and changing patterns of specialization in Eastern Europe * covers 13 countries, a long time span and a wide range of indicators * allows for a comparison across countries, individual industries and over time * data provided according to NACE Rev. 1 classification The database contains about 14,500 time series on industry in Central, East and Southeast Europe. The 13 countries currently covered are: Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The data relate to the period 1989-2008 and are arranged according to NACE Rev. 1 sections of industry and 14 subsections of manufacturing (C, D, E; DA, DB ... DN). For Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovenia we provide even more disaggregated data of manufacturing at the level of NACE Rev. 1 divisions (15, 16 ... 37) comprising 23 industries which are identical to industries at the 2-digit level of the ISIC Rev. 3 code. Information is presented by country, year and industry. 32 economic indicators are covered, focusing on production, employment, wages and trade.
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