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Methodological Practice and Practical Methodology: Fifteen Years in Nonprofit Statistics
HUNGARIAN STATISTICAL REVIEW, SPECIAL NUMBER 12
by Renáta Nagy, Councillor and István Sebestény, Senior Councillor, Hungarian Central Statistical Office
The social economy, understood as a purely legal, is in 2011: 200,000 establishments, 2,350,000 employees and a payroll of 51.6 billion euros, of which 14% fall in agricultural scheme. With 2.35 million employees, the social economy (associations, cooperatives and foundations) was a private job in eight in 2011. This set is focused by the voluntary sector (83% of establishments and 77% of jobs). The year 2011 marks a halt to the continued growth of employment in the social economy.In 2010, he recorded another increase of 2% when the private sector showed a decline of 0.7%. It's just managed to stay in 2011 (+0.1%), when the private sector recorded an increase of 1.1%. This stagnation is related to a decline in employment in associations (- 0, 5%), expected decline in reading followed cyclical from Q4 2010. Conversely, the situation has improved in cooperatives and mutuals. Foundations continue meanwhile, to increase (4.4%). The share occupied by the use of the social economy in private employment rose from 12.2% in 2009 to 12.5% in 2010 and declined slightly to 12.4% in 2011. Around the national average, Limousin, Normandy and PoitouCharentes exceed 16% and the Ile-de-France is 8.5%. This ratio depends as much on the dynamism of the social economy as dynamic - or sluggish - economic sector in general, in each region. In 2011 a national context more favorable for the entire private sector for the social economy as a whole, it increased slightly in one region of Upper Normandy...
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