Business Demography


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Euro-SDMX Metadata Structure (ESMS)

Business Demography - Harmonized Data Collection
Contact
Contact organisation

National Statistical Institute

Contact organisation unit

Business Registers

Contact name

Krasimira Nedeva

Contact person function

Chief Expert

Contact mail address

Bulgaria, Sofia, 1038, 2 P.Volov Str.

Contact email address

[email protected]

Contact phone number

+359 2 9857 668

Contact fax number
Metadata update
Metadata last certified31 July 2016
Metadata last posted31 July 2016
Metadata last update30 March 2016
Statistical presentation
Data description

Business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises, their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

Classification system

Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE Rev.2)

National Classification of Economic Activities NACE Rev. 1.1 was used up to reference year 2007.

Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS).

Sector coverage

The Business demography observed all enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 excluding group 64.2 (Activity of holding companies).

Statistical concepts and definitions

Number of active enterprises is the number of registered legal entities or individuals who have had turnover or employees in the reference year (t).

Newly born enterprises during the year (t):

- Enterprises that were active in the reference year (t), but were not active in year (t-1) and in year (t-2).

- Or enterprises that have been active in years (t-1) and (t-2), but with zero number of employees. Events such as mergers, dissolution, separation, change of legal form or revival excluded from newborn enterprises.

Dead enterprises during the year (t), are those that were active in the reference year (t), with at least one employee but has not been active in any year (t+1), nor in the year (t+2). Or have been active in years (t+1) and (t+2), but with zero number of employees. Events such as mergers, dissolution, separation, change of legal form or revival excluded from newborn enterprises.

Survived enterprises are newly born enterprises in years (t-1) to (t-5), which are still active in the reference year (t).

Employees are persons who work for an employer (for legal entities registered or individuals) receive payment in the form of salaries and are socially insured on the basis of an employment contract. The employment contract can be for a definite or indefinite period of time, full time or part time.

Number of persons employed is defined as the total number of persons who work in the observed enterprise (for payment or not), as well as persons who work outside, but are paid by it (e.g. sales representatives).

Statistical unit

The observed unit is enterprise.

Statistical population

The Business demography observed all active enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 excluding group 64.2 (Activity of holding companies) that have a turnover or employment during the reference year. There are observed all enterprises that carry out an economic activity at territory of Republic of Bulgaria and have at least one employee in the labor contract during the reference period.

Reference area

Territory of Republic of Bulgaria

Time coverage

Since 2004 - to the reference year

Base period

Not applicable

Unit of measure

Basic variables (active, birth, death and survival enterprises and their employment) are in absolute figures (Number).

Reference period

2014

Institutional mandate
Legal acts and other agreements

Law on Statistics

National Statistical Programme (NSP)

Regulation (EC) No 295/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 439/2014

Data sharing

Not applicable

Confidentiality
Confidentiality - policy

Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of 11 March 2009 defines common criteria for protection of confidential data and methods for sending the information to and its use by Eurostat. The Law on Statistics ensures the protection of statistical confidentiality and the use of individual data of enterprises for statistical purposes only.

Confidentiality - data treatment

The individual (primary) data are confidential according to the Law on Statistics and European legislation. To ensure their protection and inability to be identified, the aggregated indicators are also defined as confidential when:

· Criterion A - the indicator is calculated from one or two enterprises;

· Criterion B - one enterprise forms 85% or more of the total value of this indicator.

Data which are confidential according to the Law on Statistics are not published. The dissemination of individual data is done only under Art. 26 from the Law on Statistics.

Release policy
Release calendar

The data are published in accordance with the deadline specified in the Release Calendar presenting the results of the statistical surveys carried out by the National Statistical Institute.

Release calendar access

The Release calendar is available on the NSI website: http://www.nsi.bg/en/node/480

 

User access

Data are published on the NSI website and are available to all users of statistical information.

Frequency of dissemination

Annual

Accessibility and clarity
News release

On the NSI website are published press releases with the main results for Business demography, according to the Release Calendar for dissemination of NSI statistical surveys.

Publications

Not available

On-line database

NSI on-line database 'INFOSTAT': https://infostat.nsi.bg/infostat/pages/external/login.jsf

Micro-data access

Micro data are not disseminated and are not available to users.

Other

Information service on request may be provided by the Relations with Users and e-Services Department, in accordance with the Rules for dissemination of statistical products and services of the NSI.

Documentation on methodology

Eurostat-OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics: http://www.oecd.org/std/39974460.pdf

Quality documentation

NSI annually provide to Eurostat quality report on business demography data with information for the reference year.

Quality management
Quality assurance

According to Art. 2, Para. 3 of the Law on Statistics, the statistical information are produced in compliance with certain quality criteria, such as relevance, accuracy, timeliness, punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability and coherence.

Quality assessment

NSI prepares and submits to Eurostat a quality report on business demography data by the end of March of the relevant year.

Regulation (EC) No 295/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning structural business statistics requires the European Commission (Eurostat) regularly (every three years) to submit a report to the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of statistics compiled.

Relevance
User needs

The main users of data are:

· Eurostat and other international organizations;

· Public administration;

· Research institutes, universities, economic analysts and students;

· Private non-governmental organizations, agencies, associations, media, etc.

· Regional Statistical Offices/Directorates/Departments of the NSI.

User satisfaction

There has been no study on user satisfaction for the provided business demography information. NSI conducts regular User Satisfaction Survey for provided statistical information products and services, the results of which are published on the NSI website at: http://www.nsi.bg/node/11744/

 

Completeness

Requirements of Annex IX to Regulation (EC) No 295/2008 concerning structural business statistics on business demography are met, the degree of availability and completeness of data for the individual series is 100%.

Accuracy and reliability
Overall accuracy

The overall accuracy of business demography data is good and disseminated data are reliable.

Sampling error

Not applied

Non-sampling error

The proportion of wrongly designated enterprises according their active/not active status is less than 1.0%.

The matching was carried out at the NACE 4-digit level, using the most detailed available information on the location of enterprise. The percent of the false matches is insignificant - it is about 0.4.

Timeliness and punctuality
Timeliness

Business demography data are available t+18 months, where t is the reference year.

Punctuality

The scheduled dates for data dissemination are strictly followed.

Coherence and comparability
Comparability - geographical

Not applied

Comparability - over time

Data series that are comparable to 2007 are according to NACE Rev.1.1, since 2008 are according NACE Rev.2.

Coherence - cross domain

The number of enterprises and the number of persons employed concern sections B to N, NACE Rev.2 are consistent between Business Demography (Annex IX) and Structural Business Statistics (Annex I).

Coherence - internal

There is internal coherence between the number of persons employed and number of active enterprises for sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 reported to Eurostat in annual Business register inquiry and annual business demography data.

Cost and burden
Data revision
Data revision - policy

The National policy, as well as Eurostat's, allows the revision of already published data if there are serious reasons. Any revisions made in the national data are reflected in the aggregated data for the European Union.

Data revision - practice

The revised data replace already published data as soon as possible after the revision is made and users are informed.

Statistical processing
Source data

The main information source for Business demography data is the Register of statistical units of the NSI.

The Register of statistical units covers all legal units registered on the territory of Bulgaria and there is not apply any threshold for inclusion in its scope. The register has a history of events and contains enterprise birth and death dates.

The administrative part of the Register of statistical units is updated with information obtained from the Trade Register.

The statistical part of the Register of statistical units are updated based on information received from IS "Business statistics", National Revenue Agency and National Social Security Institute.

Frequency of data collection

The administrative part of the Register of statistical units is updated daily with information received from the Trade Register.

The statistical part of the Register of statistical units is updated annually with monthly information on employees obtained from National Social Security Institute.

Annually there is update of the register with data from IS "Business Statistics" and National Revenue Agency.

Data collection

Business demography data are based on administrative and statistical data sources that are used to update information in the Register of Statistical Units.

Data validation

Before data on business demography to be provided to Eurostat there is performed validation of all data series in terms of hierarchical, inter-variable plausibility, confidentiality and completeness with EBD tool.

Data compilation

In data compilation process there are used different tools and techniques. Unique IT solutions and tools has been developed, in addition SPSS, Visual Fox Pro and CIF has been used for data checking, verification and secondary confidentiality treatment.

Adjustment

Not applied

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ESS Standard for Quality Reports Structure (ESQRS)

Business Demography - Harmonized Data Collection
Contact
Contact organisation

National Statistical Institute

Contact organisation unit

Business Registers

Contact name

Krasimira Nedeva

Contact person function

Chief Expert

Contact mail address

Bulgaria, Sofia, 1038, 2 P.Volov Str.

Contact email address

[email protected]

Contact phone number

+359 2 9857 668

Contact fax number
Statistical presentation
Data description

Business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises, their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

Classification system

Statistical Classification of Economic Activities in the European Community (NACE Rev.2)

National Classification of Economic Activities NACE Rev. 1.1 was used up to reference year 2007.

Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics (NUTS).

Sector coverage

The Business demography observed all enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 excluding group 64.2 (Activity of holding companies).

Statistical concepts and definitions

Number of active enterprises is the number of registered legal entities or individuals who have had turnover or employees in the reference year (t).

Newly born enterprises during the year (t):

- Enterprises that were active in the reference year (t), but were not active in year (t-1) and in year (t-2).

- Or enterprises that have been active in years (t-1) and (t-2), but with zero number of employees. Events such as mergers, dissolution, separation, change of legal form or revival excluded from newborn enterprises.

Dead enterprises during the year (t), are those that were active in the reference year (t), with at least one employee but has not been active in any year (t+1), nor in the year (t+2). Or have been active in years (t+1) and (t+2), but with zero number of employees. Events such as mergers, dissolution, separation, change of legal form or revival excluded from newborn enterprises.

Survived enterprises are newly born enterprises in years (t-1) to (t-5), which are still active in the reference year (t).

Employees are persons who work for an employer (for legal entities registered or individuals) receive payment in the form of salaries and are socially insured on the basis of an employment contract. The employment contract can be for a definite or indefinite period of time, full time or part time.

Number of persons employed is defined as the total number of persons who work in the observed enterprise (for payment or not), as well as persons who work outside, but are paid by it (e.g. sales representatives).

Statistical unit

The observed unit is enterprise.

Statistical population

The Business demography observed all active enterprises covered by Structural Business Statistics at Sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 excluding group 64.2 (Activity of holding companies) that have a turnover or employment during the reference year. There are observed all enterprises that carry out an economic activity at territory of Republic of Bulgaria and have at least one employee in the labor contract during the reference period.

Reference area

Territory of Republic of Bulgaria

Time coverage

Since 2004 - to the reference year

Base period

Not applicable

Statistical processing
Source data

The main information source for Business demography data is the Register of statistical units of the NSI.

The Register of statistical units covers all legal units registered on the territory of Bulgaria and there is not apply any threshold for inclusion in its scope. The register has a history of events and contains enterprise birth and death dates.

The administrative part of the Register of statistical units is updated with information obtained from the Trade Register.

The statistical part of the Register of statistical units are updated based on information received from IS "Business statistics", National Revenue Agency and National Social Security Institute.

Frequency of data collection

The administrative part of the Register of statistical units is updated daily with information received from the Trade Register.

The statistical part of the Register of statistical units is updated annually with monthly information on employees obtained from National Social Security Institute.

Annually there is update of the register with data from IS "Business Statistics" and National Revenue Agency.

Data collection

Business demography data are based on administrative and statistical data sources that are used to update information in the Register of Statistical Units.

Data validation

Before data on business demography to be provided to Eurostat there is performed validation of all data series in terms of hierarchical, inter-variable plausibility, confidentiality and completeness with EBD tool.

Data compilation

In data compilation process there are used different tools and techniques. Unique IT solutions and tools has been developed, in addition SPSS, Visual Fox Pro and CIF has been used for data checking, verification and secondary confidentiality treatment.

Adjustment

Not applied

Quality management
Quality assurance

According to Art. 2, Para. 3 of the Law on Statistics, the statistical information are produced in compliance with certain quality criteria, such as relevance, accuracy, timeliness, punctuality, accessibility and clarity, comparability and coherence.

Quality assessment

NSI prepares and submits to Eurostat a quality report on business demography data by the end of March of the relevant year.

Regulation (EC) No 295/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning structural business statistics requires the European Commission (Eurostat) regularly (every three years) to submit a report to the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of statistics compiled.

Relevance
User needs

The main users of data are:

· Eurostat and other international organizations;

· Public administration;

· Research institutes, universities, economic analysts and students;

· Private non-governmental organizations, agencies, associations, media, etc.

· Regional Statistical Offices/Directorates/Departments of the NSI.

User satisfaction

There has been no study on user satisfaction for the provided business demography information. NSI conducts regular User Satisfaction Survey for provided statistical information products and services, the results of which are published on the NSI website at: http://www.nsi.bg/node/11744/

 

Completeness

Requirements of Annex IX to Regulation (EC) No 295/2008 concerning structural business statistics on business demography are met, the degree of availability and completeness of data for the individual series is 100%.

Data completeness - rate
2013 Availability rate per series, % (Number of provided/Number of requested), Nace Rev 2 B to N
       
YearCountrySeries
2013BGSBSCP_9ASBSCP_9BSBSCP_9CSBSCP_9DSBSCP_9M
100100100100100

 

Accuracy and reliability
Overall accuracy

The overall accuracy of business demography data is good and disseminated data are reliable.

Sampling error

Not applied

Sampling errors - indicators

Not relevent

Non-sampling error

The proportion of wrongly designated enterprises according their active/not active status is less than 1.0%.

The matching was carried out at the NACE 4-digit level, using the most detailed available information on the location of enterprise. The percent of the false matches is insignificant - it is about 0.4.

Coverage error

Not relevent

Over-coverage - rate

Not relevent

Common units - proportion

Not relevent

Measurement error

Not relevent

Non response error

Not relevent

Unit non-response - rate

Not relevent

Item non-response - rate

Not relevent

Processing error

Not identified

Imputation - rate

Not applied

Model assumption error

Not relevent

Seasonal adjustment

Not applied

Data revision - policy

The National policy, as well as Eurostat's, allows the revision of already published data if there are serious reasons. Any revisions made in the national data are reflected in the aggregated data for the European Union.

Data revision - practice

The revised data replace already published data as soon as possible after the revision is made and users are informed.

Data revision - average size
Timeliness and punctuality
Timeliness

Business demography data are available t+18 months, where t is the reference year.

Time lag - first results

Not applicable

Time lag - final results

Final results are published t+19 monthes, where t is the reference year.

Punctuality

The scheduled dates for data dissemination are strictly followed.

Punctuality - delivery and publication
Number of calendar days behind (positive value) or ahead of (negative value) the legal deadlines* 
YearCountry9A9B9C9D9M
2013BG-1-1-1-1-1

* BD deadlines:

t+18 - active, birth and survival enterprises; preliminary death enterptises; final high-growth enterprises (series:9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9M),

Coherence and comparability
Comparability - geographical

Not applied

Asymmetry for mirror flows statistics - coefficient

Not relevent

Comparability - over time

Data series that are comparable to 2007 are according to NACE Rev.1.1, since 2008 are according NACE Rev.2.

Length of comparable time series

The number of reference periods in time series from last break is seven. For the period 2008-2014, the time series are according to NACE Rev. 2.

Coherence - cross domain

The number of enterprises and the number of persons employed concern sections B to N, NACE Rev.2 are consistent between Business Demography (Annex IX) and Structural Business Statistics (Annex I).

Coherence - sub annual and annual statistics

Not relevent

Coherence - National Accounts
Coherence - internal

There is internal coherence between the number of persons employed and number of active enterprises for sections B to N of NACE Rev.2 reported to Eurostat in annual Business register inquiry and annual business demography data.

Accessibility and clarity
News release

On the NSI website are published press releases with the main results for Business demography, according to the Release Calendar for dissemination of NSI statistical surveys.

Publications

Not available

On-line database

NSI on-line database 'INFOSTAT': https://infostat.nsi.bg/infostat/pages/external/login.jsf

Data tables - consultations

Number of user consultations on business demography data tables that are published on the NSI website is 5,938.

Micro-data access

Micro data are not disseminated and are not available to users.

Other

Information service on request may be provided by the Relations with Users and e-Services Department, in accordance with the Rules for dissemination of statistical products and services of the NSI.

Metadata - consultations

Number of user consultations on business demography metadata that are published on the NSI website is 1,769.

Documentation on methodology

Eurostat-OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics: http://www.oecd.org/std/39974460.pdf

Metadata completeness – rate
The ratio of the number of metadata elements provided to the total number of metadata elements applicable is 0,9.
Quality documentation

NSI annually provide to Eurostat quality report on business demography data with information for the reference year.

Cost and burden
Confidentiality
Confidentiality - policy

Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of 11 March 2009 defines common criteria for protection of confidential data and methods for sending the information to and its use by Eurostat. The Law on Statistics ensures the protection of statistical confidentiality and the use of individual data of enterprises for statistical purposes only.

Confidentiality – data treatment

The individual (primary) data are confidential according to the Law on Statistics and European legislation. To ensure their protection and inability to be identified, the aggregated indicators are also defined as confidential when:

· Criterion A - the indicator is calculated from one or two enterprises;

· Criterion B - one enterprise forms 85% or more of the total value of this indicator.

Data which are confidential according to the Law on Statistics are not published. The dissemination of individual data is done only under Art. 26 from the Law on Statistics.

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  • Tuesday, 31 July 2018 - 11:00

    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

  • Monday, 31 July 2017 - 11:00

    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

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    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

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    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

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    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

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    Similar to statistics of human population, business demography describes the life cycle of the enterprises; their birth, survival and development until death. More specifically business demography supplies data on number of active enterprises, number of newborn enterprises, proportion of survived enterprises and data on changes in employment figures at specific moment in time.

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