Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia is the main producer and co-ordinator of carrying out programs of statistical surveys. In addition to linking and co-ordinating the statistical system, its most important tasks include international co-operation, determining methodological and classification standards, anticipating users' needs, collection, processing and dissemination of data, and taking care of data confidentiality.
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How digitally literate are we? How developed is digital economy in Slovenia?
The aim of our new publication E-skills and Digital Economy is to present the development of the information society in Slovenia. The main emphasis is on the level of digital literacy and on the development of the digital economy.
After last year's success Stat'o'book again presents interesting, topical and important data on Slovenia. It contains data that are in our opinion interesting, topical and important. They are presented in a modern way – with infographics and other graphical presentations – and supplemented with short commentaries.
We represent our new publication Better, Worse, Average, which offers a comparison of numerous statistical data on Slovenia with other European countries, since phenomena can be correctly judged only when compared in time and space. To facilitate understanding, many data are shown with infographics.
Modern societies are becoming increasingly dependent on science, technology and innovation. As highly-qualified individuals with scientific and technological knowledge and skills, doctorate holders are of key importance. The publication on doctorate holders was prepared to inform the general public about the key findings on the careers of doctorate holders in Slovenia.
The publication comprises a wide range of data on business activities in Slovenia; they are divided into four main sections: industry, construction, trade and other non-financial services. Business statistics was compiled into an kaleidoscope, which, offered in one place, brings insight into the characteristics, structure, changes and development of the Slovenian economy from 2005 on.
Food is becoming an increasingly important strategic resource since it affects both human health and environmental protection. The publication, which reflects at least in part the lifestyle and behaviour of each of us, was prepared with the purpose to add to the general knowledge about food a teaspoon of topical data. We kindly invite you to take some time and read the publication.
In 2014, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SURS) celebrated the 70th anniversary of its establishment. In these decades it evolved into an impartial and trustworthy institution with implemented quality standards. To mark this jubilee, a special publication was issued. We invite you to read or maybe just browse the new chapter on our office.
Stat’o’book is a new SURS publication replacing two former publications, the Statistical Yearbook of the Republic of Slovenia and Slovenia in Figures. It contains data that are in our opinion interesting, topical and important. They are presented in a modern way – with infographics and other graphical presentations – and supplemented with short commentaries.
Green growth indicators bring together environment and economy; they show to what degree sustainability of natural resources on which our well-being relies is provided together with economic growth.
The publication, which is the first attempt to present these indicators for Slovenia, brings 19 green growth indicators showing to what degree the green growth strategy is being enforced in Slovenia.
Are you interested in what numbers tell about people's life, about their environment and their habits in different parts of Slovenia? Are you interested in which part of Slovenia people live longer, where women at first birth are the youngest or where the highest percentage of premature mortality was recorded? You can find all these answers and more in the publication Slovene Regions in Figures.
Is life in Slovenia better or worse after accession to the EU? The publication tries to answer this question with the help of statistical data and indicators. The life of people in Slovenia, the state of the environment in Slovenia and the economic condition in Slovenia in 2004 are compared to ten years later, i.e. with latest data available during the preparation of the publication.
The European Year of Citizens 2013 coincides with the 20th anniversary of the introduction of EU citizenship. Statisticians in Slovenia linked some statistical data to the rights people have as EU citizens in Europe without borders and compared the average resident of Slovenia to the average resident of the EU-27.
The publication presents data on agricultural holdings in the EU-27, i.e. data on the structure of agricultural holdings, land, crop production, livestock, work on agricultural holdings, organic farming, production methods, agricultural tractors, and environmental aspects of agriculture. The brochure also contains data from economic accounts for agriculture.
Water resources are among the most important strategic resources. With increased environmental pressures the pressures on water resources are also increasing. The publication brings information on water resources in Slovenia and the way they are managed.
In view of demographic forecasts, analysing data on older people is becoming increasingly important. The publication presents demographic forecasts, the current situation of older people in the labour market, their health problems and conditions in which they live.
The publication presents some interesting data on the people in Slovenia, their households, families and dwellings from the first register-based population census conducted as of 1 January 2011. The data were compiled by linking existing administrative and statistical sources without collecting the data in the field.
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