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Showing 439 publications about Economy

  1. Non-domestic rates revaluation appeals statistics

    Quarterly statistics on appeals against the revaluation of non-domestic properties in Scotland.

    Part of:
    Local government finance statistics
  2. Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary

    This publication presents statistics for Fair Start Scotland (FSS) from April 2018 to March 2022 and experimental statistics on the No One Left Behind strategic approach to employability delivery, reporting on those receiving support from April 2019 to December 2021.

  3. State of the economy: May 2022

    This report summarises recent developments in the global and Scottish economy and provides an analysis of the performance of, and outlook for, the Scottish economy.

    Part of:
    State of the economy
  4. Labour market monthly briefing: May 2022

    Summary of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity sourced from the Labour Force Survey and other labour market statistics from a range of official sources for Scotland and the UK.

    Part of:
    Labour market statistics
  5. Labour market trends: May 2022

    Employment, unemployment and economic inactivity trends, sourced from the Labour Force Survey for Scotland and the UK.

    Part of:
    Labour market statistics
  6. Billing System Snapshot

    The Billing System Snapshot data collection is issued annually to local authorities in Scotland to collect data on properties in receipt of non-domestic rates relief.

    Part of:
    Local government finance statistics: information for data suppliers
  7. Billing system snapshot 2022: guidance

    Billing System Snapshot data collection guidance and template for 2022.

  8. BICS weighted Scotland estimates: data to wave 55

    Business Insights and Conditions Survey (BICS) weighted Scotland estimates containing data to wave 55.

    Part of:
    Business and innovation statistics
  9. Non-domestic rates - tax incremental financing

    Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) is a means of funding public sector investment infrastructure judged to be necessary to unlock regeneration in an area, and which may otherwise be unaffordable to local authorities.

    Part of:
    Local government finance statistics: information for data suppliers
  10. Growth sector statistics

    Key statistics on Scotland’s growth sectors.

    Part of:
    Business and innovation statistics
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