Abbreviations (1/3) - Grouped by first letter "v"

50 Abbreviations Grouped by first letter "v": Validated data, Validation, Validation and transformation language, VTL, ...

Data verified by the Member States according to agreed validation rules.
The editing and verification of survey data. Scrutinizing survey data for possible error; investigating the possible errors identified to establish whether ...

Language used by statisticians to express logical validation rules and transformations on data, whether described as a dimensional table or as unit-record ...
Edit checks which are made between fields in a particular record. This includes the checking of every field of every record to ascertain whether it contains ...
Evaluation of individuals’ achievement of learning objectives using a variety of assessment methods (written, oral and practical tests/examinations, ...
An occurrence of the value of a data item which is not an element of the set of permissible codes or values assigned to that data item.

Time period that any document, classification, etc. could be applicable or used.
Produced assets that are not used primarily for production or consumption, that are expected to appreciate or at least not decline in real value, that do ...
Definition of the price per unit, for goods and services flows and asset stocks.
Gross fixed capital formation is valued at purchaser prices (including the costs of transferring ownership, installation and other transfer charges) or, ...
Output is to be valued at the basic price. The basic price is the price receivable by the producers from the purchaser for a unit of a good or service ...
The transaction value refers to a specific financial transaction and its counterpart transaction. In concept, the transaction value is to be clearly ...
Price times quantity. The value of the expenditures on a set of homogeneous products can be factored uniquely into its price and quantity components. ...
Value added is intended to measure the value created by a process of production (§ 6.9)
Value added at basic prices is the turnover of the enterprise, adjusted for any changes in stocks, less purchases of goods and services. Value adjustments ...
Value added at constant prices is defined as the difference between output at constant prices and intermediate consumption at constant prices. VA = Σ ...
Value added at factor costs is calculated by adjusting value added at basic prices for operating subsidies linked to service provision and duties and taxes ...
Value added at market prices is calculated as follows: value added at factor cost
- operating subsidies
+ indirect taxes
= Value added at market prices
Difference between output in volume terms and intermediate consumption in volume terms.
Tax on products collected in stages by enterprises.
Tax on goods and services collected in stages by enterprises and which is ultimately charged in full to the final purchasers (ESA 2010, ESA 1995).
Administrative data deriving from the declarations submitted by the enterprises to the relevant Tax authority, in order to pay the Value Added Tax (VAT).
A value added type tax (VAT) is a tax on goods or services collected in stages by enterprises but that is ultimately charged in full to the final purchasers ...
See: Profit or loss for the year
This variable is defined in Article 33 of Directive 86/635/EEC.
Note: Reference to Article 27, items 11 and 12, and Article 28, items A 7 and B 5 of ...
Article 42 of Council Directive 91/674/EEC. Link to other variables:
Value adjustments on investments are used in the calculation of the variable Investment ...
A hierarchy of Codes which have no formal level structure and which can comprise Codes with multiple parents.
Set of permissible values.
Ratio of transaction in current prices of the present and previous period.
Meaning or semantic content of a value.
The value of goods produced for own consumption refers to the value of food and beverages produced and also consumed within the same household. The value of ...
Difference between the value paid for an enterprise as a "going concern" and the sum of its assets less the sum of its liabilities. To calculate the total ...
See: Production value
A lease is defined as an agreement whereby the lessor conveys to the lessee in return for rent the right to use an item of property for an agreed period of ...
The statistical value of imported goods is equal to their dutiable value, or for example in the case of imports (CIF) from the other Member States, to an ...
As a rule, actual transfer values should be used. However, if they largely differ from market prices,
they should be replaced by an estimated market price ...
Article 42 of Council Directive 91/674/EEC. Link to other variables:
Value re-adjustments on investments are used in the calculation of the variable ...
Indicates the maximum amount of current-price value added that an establishment or industry can generate, given a set of prices for its output and for its ...
The process of recognising participation in and outcomes of (formal, non-formal or informal) learning, so as to raise awareness of its intrinsic worth and ...
Non-tractive railway vehicle forming part of a passenger or goods train and used by the train crew as well as for the conveyance of luggage, parcels, ...
Characteristic of a unit being observed that may assume more than one of a set of values.
See: "Moving holidays"
A coupon paying issue where the coupon or principal is periodically re-fixed by reference to an independent interest rate or index.
A bond whose interest payments are linked to a reference index (for example, LIBOR), or the price of a specific commodity, or the price of a specific ...
These securities adopted the standard characteristics of a variable-rate bond. However, whereas a standard characteristic of a variable-rate bond is that it ...
Definition 1 : Expectation of the square difference between the estimates and its means value. Definition 2 : Expectation of the square difference between ...
The task of estimating the value of the variance of an estimate.
A variety store is a retail outlet run on a self-service or pre-selection basis whose various departments offer a relatively broad but not very deep range ...
The VAT Information Exchange System (VIES) enables: a. businesses rapidly to obtain confirmation of the VAT numbers of their intra-EU trading partners; ...

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