6 Erthyglau that are related to Gross Value Added (GVA) , sorted by release date
An overview of the econometric model used for producing experimental model-based quarterly estimates of regional Gross Value Added (GVA) output for the UK, at International Territorial Level 1 (ITL1).
Measurement of the finance and insurance industries in estimates of regional gross value added (Latest release)A review of the availability of new data sources and methodology to regionalise gross value added for the finance and insurance industries.
Allweddeiriau: GVA, region, financial, banks, review
Analysis of the relative shares of observed or reported data, data derived by sampling and estimation techniques, and data apportioned by modelling approaches in regional gross value added estimates for each of the NUTS1 countries and regions of the UK.
Allweddeiriau: GVA, country, region, data
This release provides data on economic output, as measured by nominal gross value added, for each local enterprise partnership (LEP). A time series with data back to 1997 is included while the latest data available are for calendar year 2013. The data have been produced to be consistent with the existing ONS regional gross value added (income approach) data that are published annually in December for the NUTS geographies. These LEP GVA data carry the National Statistics badge.
Allweddeiriau: LEPs, regional
Regional Gross Value Added (Income Approach): London leads UK cities in economic recovery (Latest release)Economic activity as measured by Gross Value Added (GVA) for English regions, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland including component totals and industry group totals.
Allweddeiriau: Economy, productivity, local, UK cities, NUTS
Following the publication of regional Gross Value Added (income approach), this article focuses on the economic performance of the largest UK cities. We compare the cities’ annual GVA growth from 2013 to 2014, and also the longer term growth since the low-point of the recent economic downturn in 2009. For each city covered we identify the industries mostly responsible for driving this change.
Allweddeiriau: economy, productivity, local, UK cities, NUTS, GVAI