Abbreviations (1/7) - Grouped by first letter "l"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "l": Labelling, Labour accounts, Labour cost, ...

The labelling method means that a label is attached to some statistics. The label has a message about these statistics, a message that is related to quality ...
In many countries, a wide range of labour market data are collected. Population and establishment censuses, household and enterprise surveys on the labour ...

For the purpose of labour cost statistics, labour cost is the cost incurred by the employer in the employment of labour. The statistics concept of labour ...
1) Labour cost indices (LCI) show the short-term development of the total cost for employers of employing the labour force on an hourly basis. Total labour ...
A survey conducted every four years in the Member States of the European Union (EU) measuring the level and structure of labour costs, or total expenditure ...
Annual wages and salaries and all associated costs or fringe benefits, such as bonus payments, stock options, holiday pay, contributions to pension funds. ...

2006 definition The labour cost index should cover wages and salaries and social security charges for all persons employed. Social security charges include: ...
Labour dispute only applies to persons who were directly involved in a labour dispute. Other persons who did not work because production in the ...
The labour force consists of those who are actively prepared to make their labour available during any particular reference period for producing goods and ...
One of three mutually exclusive categories in which a person may appear: in employment; in unemployment; or outside the labour force.
The labour force survey (LFS) is a quarterly household survey which provides data on persons aged 15 years and over living in private households. Its main ...
See: Economically active population
Time spent by household members on the production of own-use production work of services.
Functional geographic area or region beyond the administrative boundaries defined for purposes of compiling, reporting and evaluating employment, ...
Public interventions in the labour market aimed at reaching its efficient functioning and correcting disequilibria and which can be distinguished from other ...
Statistical indicator measuring the amount of goods and services produced by each member of the labour force or the output per input of labour.
According to the 1982 ILO definition, employed persons comprise:
all person above a specified age who during a specified brief period ... were at work, ...
An event occurring at time t+k (k>0) is said to lag behind event occurring at time t, the extent of the lag being k. An event occurring before another is ...
The correlation observed between two series where one of the series has been lagged with reference to the other.
In mathematical optimization, the technique of Lagrange multipliers (named after Joseph Louis LAGRANGE) provides a strategy for finding the maxima and ...
The definition of lakes should, in case of doubt, include permanent water surfaces. Bogs, marshes, mires and other wetlands constitute a separate category ...
Male or female sheep under 12 months old.
Unique environmental asset that delineates the space in which economic activities and environmental processes take place and within which environmental ...
Some information in Article 8 and following of Council Directive 78/660/EEC of 25 July 1978 based on Article 54 (3) (g) of the Treaty on the annual accounts ...
Article 45 and the following of Council Directive 91/674/EEC (according to these articles the purchase price principle and the current value principle can ...
Land acquired for R&D use (e.g. testing grounds, sites for laboratories and pilot plants) and buildings constructed or purchased for R&D use, including ...
This variable is part of variable 36 110. Only those land and buildings which are occupied by an insurance enterprise for its own activities are included ...
The land area of a country is made up of its total area excluding the area of rivers, lakes and reservoirs
Container complying with International Railway Union (UIC) specifications, for use
in rail-road combined transport.
Physical and biological cover of the earth's surface including artificial surfaces, agricultural areas, forests, (semi-)natural areas, wetlands, water ...
For most terrestrial areas, the area and, by extension, the LCEU should satisfy a pre-determined set of criteria relating to the characteristics of an ...
Land improvements are the result of actions that lead to major improvements in the quantity, quality or productivity of land, or prevent its deterioration ...
A term sometimes used for a GIS application that contains information about a specific region, including cadastral information, land use, land cover etc.
If the question of units or objects is self-evident for many scientific fields, for land it is somewhat not the case: the meaning of an object is a complex ...
This category is reserved for land, to which no single main use in accordance with items listed under "Built-up and related land" can be ascribed.
Arrangements or rights under which the holder operates the land making up the holding.
Land on which agricultural or horticultural production is carried on for commercial or subsistence purposes, including, in principle, land under ...
Surfaces occupied by operating farm buildings, buildings for animal production and farmyards.
This signifies land used for crops occupying it for a long period of time and which do not have to be planted for several years after each harvest. Land ...
This means land used permanently (i.e., for five years and more) for herbaceous forage crops. Permanent meadows and pastures on which trees and shrubs are ...
Land on which dwellings, nonresidential buildings and structures are constructed or into which their foundations are dug, including yards and gardens deemed ...
Territory characterised according to its current and future planned functional dimension or socio-economic purpose (e.g. residential, industrial, ...
Classification of land according to the activity undertaken on the land.
The "Land Use/Cover Area frame statistical Survey" (LUCAS) aims to inform decision makers and the general public about changes in management and coverage of ...
Total of "agricultural land" and "land under farm buildings and farmyards".
This category comprises land mainly used for public administrations at the national, provincial or local levels, schools, hospitals, churches and other ...
Land which is used in connection with mining and quarrying activities (ISIC/Rev.3 division 10-14), including abandoned mines and quarries not put to a ...
This item covers land used for technical installations that serve the generation and transmission of electricity, the treatment and disposal of wastes, ...
Land used for public and private railways, operating on a commercial basis, public roads, land used for surface pipelines for the transport of fuels and ...
Ratio of the value of land to the value of the structure on the land.

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