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Latest update
10/29/2021
Contact
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: gp.surs@gov.si
Unit
various units of measurement
Source
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
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Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.
MEASURES
Annual inflation rate
Until 1998 the retail price index was used as the measure of inflation, while since 1998 this function has been performed by the consumer price index.
GDP - current prices (million EUR)
Data before 2007 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro.
By 1994 GDP is shown at constant 1992 prices. From 1995 on the reference year is 2010.
Year 2018: First estimate.
GDP - constant prices, reference year 2010 (million EUR)
Data before 2007 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro.
From 1995 on the reference year is 2010.
Year 2018: First estimate.
GDP - real growth
Data before 2007 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro.
By 1994 GDP is shown at constant 1992 prices. From 1995 on the reference year is 2010.
A break in the time series in 1995 - data are in line with ESA 2010 methodology from 1995 on.
Year 2018: First estimate.
GDP per capita (EUR)
Data before 2007 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro.
By 1994 GDP is shown at constant 1992 prices. From 1995 on the reference year is 2010.
A break in the time series in 1995 - data are in line with ESA 2010 methodology from 1995 on.
Year 2018: First estimate.
Current deficit (% GDP)
Data before 2007 are recalculated using the fixed exchange rate between tolar and euro (239,64 tolars for one euro).
Government debt (% GDP)
Data before 2007 are recalculated using the fixed exchange rate between tolar and euro (239,64 tolars for one euro).
Household saving rate
Household saving is calculated in % as: gross saving/gross disposable income
(adjustment for the change in net equity of households in pension funds is included)
Gross earnings (EUR)
From 1992 on including private enterprises.
Data for 2005 are collected in line with the new methodology. The differences are the result of methodological changes, different data coverage and different data processing.
Data for 1991-2006 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro and are informative. The presentation enables the comparison within the country through time and preserves the development indicators (growth rates).
In 2015 a small break in the time series due to the change in the data source (ISPAP) for a part of the observed population.
Net earnings (EUR)
From 1992 on including private enterprises.
Data for 2005 are collected in line with the new methodology. The differences are the result of methodological changes, different data coverage and different data processing.
Data for 1991-2006 are converted using the fixed exchange rate of 239.64 tolars for one euro and are informative. The presentation enables the comparison within the country through time and preserves the development indicators (growth rates).
In 2015 a small break in the time series due to the change in the data source (ISPAP) for a part of the observed population.
Employed
1991:
Data on persons in paid employment were collected with the monthly survey RAD-1. Data for the Republic of Slovenia are based on full coverage of all organisations, communities and enterprises (except private). All employees in organisations, communities and enterprises or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Employees of the Ministry of the Interior and its organisations are not included. Also not included are employees in Slovenian units abroad and foreign citizens employed in Slovenia. Data on job seekers and their inclusion in the labour market were transmitted by the Employment Service of Slovenia. Unemployed are workers that have lost their jobs and persons who have not yet been employed and have registered at regional units of the Employment Service of Slovenia.
1992:
Data on persons in paid employment were collected with the monthly survey ZAP-M. Data are based on the coverage of all enterprises and other organisations. In view of the large number of private enterprises and a relatively low share of active enterprises, the forms were sent only to those private enterprises that had at least three persons employed. All employees in organisations, communities and enterprises or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Employees of the Ministry of the Interior and its organisations are not included. Also not included are employees in Slovenian units abroad and foreign citizens employed in Slovenia. Data on job seekers and their inclusion in the labour market were transmitted by the Employment Service of Slovenia. Unemployed are workers that have lost their jobs and persons who have not yet been employed and have registered at regional units of the Employment Service of Slovenia.
1993:
Data on persons in paid employment in enterprises and organisations in the Republic of Slovenia are collected with the monthly survey ZAP-M. Persons in employment with work visas are also included. Data are based on the coverage of all enterprises and other organisations. In view of the large number of private enterprises and a relatively low share of active enterprises, the forms were sent only to those private enterprises that had at least three persons employed. All employees in enterprises and other organisations or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Persons in employment in units of Slovenian enterprises abroad are not included. Data on persons employed by private undertakings and self-employed persons are transmitted monthly by the Institute of Public Health. Due to technical problems in some periods the Institute of Public Health delayed the transmission of data on the number of persons employed by private undertakings and self-employed persons. The Institute of Public Health collects the data on the number of farmers only twice a year.
1994:
Data on persons in paid employment in enterprises and organisations in the Republic of Slovenia are collected with the monthly survey ZAP-M. Persons in employment with work visas are also included. Data are based on the coverage of all enterprises and other organisations. As regards private enterprises, the ZAP-M survey covers only those that had at least three persons employed. All employees in enterprises and other organisations or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Persons in employment in units of Slovenian enterprises abroad are not included. Data on persons employed by private undertakings and self-employed persons are transmitted monthly by the Institute of Public Health. Due to technical problems in some periods the Institute of Public Health delayed the transmission of data on the number of persons employed by private undertakings and self-employed persons. The Institute of Public Health collects the data on the number of farmers only twice a year.
1995:
Data on persons in paid employment in enterprises and organisations in the Republic of Slovenia are collected with the monthly survey ZAP-M. Persons in employment with work visas are also included. Data are based on the coverage of all enterprises and other organisations, except for private that according to the data of the Agency of the Republic of Slovenia for Payment Transactions, Supervision and Information had fewer than three persons employed. We estimate that at the annual level private enterprises with one or two persons employed employ around 30,000 persons in employment (December 1993).
The time of observation is the last day of the month. All employees in enterprises and other organisations or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Persons in employment in units of Slovenian enterprises abroad are not included.
1997:
Data on persons in employment in Slovenia are collected with the monthly survey ZAP-M, the Statistical Register of Employment and the Labour Force Survey. Persons in employment with work visas are also included.
Data on persons in employment in enterprises and other organisations are received from all enterprises and other organisations, including private with one or two persons employed that were not included before. The source of data on self-employed persons (except farmers) and persons employed by self-employed persons is the Statistical Register of Employment. The source of data on farmers is the Labour Force Survey. All employees in enterprises and other organisations or their units are taken into account, irrespective of whether their employment is permanent or temporary, full-time or part-time. Persons in employment in units of Slovenian enterprises abroad are not included.
2005:
From 1 January 2005 on the data on persons in employment are received from the Statistical Register of Employment. We used to collect the data on persons in paid employment in enterprises, companies and organisations with the Monthly Report on Earnings and Persons in Paid Employment in Enterprises, Companies and Organisations (ZAP/M). Due to the change in the data source for persons in paid employment, the number of persons in employment increased on average by 25,000. The difference is the result of units not covered by the ZAP/M. Therefore, the registered unemployment rate went down by about 0.3%. Between 2000 and 2004 the registered unemployment rates were calculated in line with the new methodology.
Registered unemployed persons
Source: Employment Service of Slovenia.
Since 2017 the data are published on Employment Service of Slovenia.
Registered unemployment rate
The registered unemployment rate is the percent of registered unemployed persons in the labour force.
Since 2017 the data are published on Employment Service of Slovenia.
LFS unemployment rate
Data are available since 1993. Data for 1993-1996 refer to the second quarter of the observed year, while data for 1997 and on are annual averages.
Number of tourist arrivals (in 1000)
Until 1991 the data on arrivals and overnight stays of tourists from other countries of former Yugoslavia were included among arrivals and overnight stays of domestic tourists; from 1992 on they are included among arrivals and overnight stays of foreign tourists.
A break in the time series in 2008.
For the survey on tourist arrivals and overnight stays, in 2018 we started to use two new data sources: the Register of Accommodation Establishments and the system for electronic data reporting – eTourism. Because this caused a break in the time series, we recalculated the data from 2010 on so that they are comparable.
Please note that since 2010, the series is not comparable with previously collected or published data.
Number of tourist overnight stays (in 1000)
Until 1991 the data on arrivals and overnight stays of tourists from other countries of former Yugoslavia were included among arrivals and overnight stays of domestic tourists; from 1992 on they are included among arrivals and overnight stays of foreign tourists.
A break in the time series in 2008.
For the survey on tourist arrivals and overnight stays, in 2018 we started to use two new data sources: the Register of Accommodation Establishments and the system for electronic data reporting – eTourism. Because this caused a break in the time series, we recalculated the data from 2010 on so that they are comparable.
Please note that since 2010, the series is not comparable with previously collected or published data.
Total fertility rate
Total fertility rate is the average number of live born children per one woman in reproductive age (15-49 years) in the calendar year.
Total increase per 1000 population
Data for 2008 and on are prepared in accordance with the changed statistical definition of population published in 2008.