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Venture capital investments
Data on venture capital investments collected by the European Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (EVCA) survey of all private equity and venture capital companies. Created by filtering the original Eurostat dataset.
High growth enterprises (growth by 10% or more) and related employment by NACE 2-digit level
The number and share of high-growth firms (growth by 10% or more, based on employment) and their employees by NACE sector levels 1 and 2 complemented with aggregated sectors defined by RIO.
Total Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications
Total Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications by inventors and countries of residence at priority date and at application date.
Collaboration and knowledge flows
Relative productivity levels by firm size compared to large firms
Labour productivity by size class compared to the labour productivity of large (250+ persons employed) firms. Labour productivity is defined as nominal value added per person. Available by country, by NACE industry and by size (micro, small, medium or large).
Firm demography (birth and death rate)
Number of births and deaths of firms compared to the population of active firms. Available by country and by NACE industry.
Growth rates of labour productivity
Annual growth rate of labour productivity defined as real value added per person or real value added per hours worked. Available by country and by NACE industry.
Education and skills
Expenditure on education as % of GDP (by education level)
The indicator excludes funds from international agencies and other foreign sources; it also excludes household expenditure outside educational institutions. Change in the classification system in 2013. The official concordance has been applied.
Progress made to R&D intensity targets (EU only)
This indicator shows the situation of each Member State with regard to its R&D intensity target