This page is dedicated to “StatsLab –Statistics in development”.
The statistics published in this page have two characteristics: i) they are part of projects aiming at creating new statistical products which are still under development and, yet, ii) they already contain useful information for economic and social analysis.
The increasing possibility of access by Statistics Portugal to administrative sources, through the Simplex+ program, such as to the reporting of the Monthly Remuneration for Social Security by company, and non-conventional sources, namely obtained from private entities, raise new challenges to Statistics Portugal public service mission. In particular, it is important that the information from these sources have an impact in new and relevant statistics for the lives of citizens and businesses and for public policy makers.
Thus, in order to take advantage of these sources, and using recently developed techniques of statistical treatment of large volume of data, new statistical products will be presented in this page, before acquiring their final format.
In addition, new forms of presentation of information and results derived from statistics already published will be tested, using new analytical tools.
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Social Economy Sector Survey - 2018Statistics Portugal presents the main results of the Social Economy Sector Survey, on the occasion of the European Day of Social Economy Enterprises. This is a survey conducted for the first time in the National Statistical System, promoted by Statistics Portugal between June and September this year in collaboration with CASES, with the year 2018 as reference, which allowed to obtain 3 550 valid answers (about 60% of the sample), to gather information on the characterization of this sector and management practices in 2018.
The results now presented focus essentially on the analysis of the management practices of Social Economy entities, which were grouped into 5 large families – Cooperatives, Mutual Associations, Holy Houses of Mercy, Foundations and Associations with altruistic goals.
It is intended in the near future to develop the results of the Social Economy Sector Survey, namely through the dissemination of other information that allows a more detailed characterization of the sector, in terms of the activities carried out, internal composition, relations with public sector entities, indicators that measure the social impact of these entities and financing sources.
Income Statistics at local level – reported income on Personal Income Tax (IRS) indicatorsStatistics Portugal (SP) starts the dissemination of “Income Statistics at local level” based on anonymized fiscal data from the Tax and Customs Authority (AT) related to the Settlement note of Personal Income Tax (IRS – Modelo 3), obtained under an agreement between AT and SP.
In 2017, the median value of gross reported income less personal income tax paid was 8 687 € in Portugal. Median values of gross reported income less personal income tax paid by taxable person were higher than the national reference in 64 municipalities. The Gini coefficient, indicator frequently used to synthesise the income inequality, was higher than the national reference for 34 municipalities.
Gross monthly earnings per employee (Social Security – Data analysed by Statistics Portugal)Based on the data from the Monthly Statement of Earnings (DMR – Declaração Mensal de Remunerações) sent by enterprises to the Social Security, Statistics Portugal starts the quarterly release of statistics on gross earnings. This information concerns about 396 thousand enterprises and around 3.6 million employees. In the future, Statistics Portugal aims to complement this information with data from other social protection systems. In 2018, the gross monthly earnings per employee increased by 2.9% from 2017 and stood at €1,142. According to the 1st quarter of 2019 provisional results, there was a year-on-year change of 2.5%.