DATASET

UDP - GDP per capita by metro regions, 2000 - 2060 (JRC LUISA Trend Scenario 2016)

Collection: LUISA : Land-Use based Integrated Sustainability Assessment modelling platform 

Description

Historical (observations) data and projections (modelled) of total GDP per capita in purchasing power parities (PPS) per metro region (unit:Thousand Euros). Historical regional data of GDP per capita were calculated from the completed historical series of values of GDP in pps and population with data taken from EUROSTAT's online database. Projection data of GDP in PPS and population were calculated assuming a trend scenario where past regional growth rates for each parameter converge linearly to national growth rates in 2035, and from 2035 onwards, each parameter grows at the same pace in all regions within each country. Projected values of GDP and population respect country totals from the reference projections of DG ECFIN (GDP) and EUROSTAT (population).

Contact

Email
carlo.lavalle (at) ec.europa.eu

Contributors

How to cite

Batista, Filipe; Vizcaino, Pilar (2016): UDP - GDP per capita by metro regions, 2000 - 2060 (JRC LUISA Trend Scenario 2016). European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) [Dataset] PID: http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-luisa-udp-gdpcaptrend-trend-2016

Keywords

EU Reference Scenario 2016 Non-metro Cohesion report GDP/cap Development NUTS Thousand Euros LUISA UDP Urban Urban data platform Metro

Data access

UDP - GDP per capita by metro regions (Europe)
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  • The compressed zip file contains the information at metro and non-metro regions and country levels from 01-01-2000 to 01-01-2060 in European Union. The data is stored in text/csv format.

UDP - GDP per capita by metro regions (Danube)
URL 
  • The compressed zip file contains the information at metro and non-metro regions and country levels from 01-01-2000 to 01-01-2060 in European Union. The data is stored in text/csv format.

Urban Data Platform
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  • The Urban Data Platform is a joint initiative of the Directorate General Joint Research Centre (DG JRC) and the Directorate General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) of the European Commission. It provides an access point to exchange information on the status and trends of European cities and regions.It visualizes data via maps at three different geographical units including EU-wide Cities/Greater Cities, Functional Urban Areas and Metropolitan Regions. It also includes time series graphs for selected cities, for Metropolitan Regions, and by degree of urbanisation.

LUISA Territorial Modelling Platform
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  • The LUISA Territorial Modelling Platform is primarily used for the ex-ante evaluation of EC policies that have a direct or indirect territorial impact

Publications

Publication
Regionalization of demographic and economic projections: Trend and convergence scenarios from 2015 to 2060
Batista E Silva, F., Dijkstra, L., Vizcaino, M. and Lavalle, C., Regionalization of demographic and economic projections: Trend and convergence scenarios from 2015 to 2060, EUR 27924, Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2016, ISBN 978-92-79-58396-4 (online); 978-92-79-80138-9 (print), doi:10.2788/458769 (online), 10.2788/889827 (print), JRC101386.
  • Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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  • Abstract

    Territorial cohesion or territorial disparities? Two alternative scenarios for regional growth. Demographic and economic projections are essential tools in many domains of policy making. They allow policymakers anticipating future trends and explore alternative scenarios, and provide the basis to assess impacts of policies. This report regionalizes recently published EU reference demographic and economic projections from country to NUTS3 level. Two alternative scenarios have been used to carry out the regionalization: ‘trend’ and ‘convergence’. In the trend scenario recent observed growth rates continue, whereas in the convergence scenario less developed regions grow faster than more developed ones. While the trend scenario accentuates current territorial disparities generating more concentration of production and population, the convergence scenario promotes a more balanced growth and therefore more territorial cohesion.

Geographic areas

European Union

Temporal coverage

From date To date
2000-01-01 2060-01-01

Additional information

Published by
European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Created date
2018-12-14
Modified date
2018-12-20
Issued date
2016-11-01
Landing page
https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/territorial-policies 
Language(s)
English
Data theme(s)
Economy and finance, Health, Population and society
Update frequency
annual
Identifier
http://data.europa.eu/89h/jrc-luisa-udp-gdpcaptrend-trend-2016
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