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    Fossil fuel subsidies

    This indicator offers data about subsidies for fossil fuels. The information is provided in form of proportion rates of the full cost of supply in percentage. Its differentiates between coal, oil, gas and electricity. Also subsidies as amount per citizen, total subsidies as share of GDP and average subsidies rate are provided. (http://www.worldenergyoutlook.org/resources/energysubsidies/)

    Nights spent at tourist accommodation establishments

    The indicator measure the number of nights spent at establishments intended to shelter tourists. "A tourist accommodation establishment is defined as any facility that regularly or occasionally provides short-term accommodation for tourists as a paid service (although the price might be partially or fully subsidised)."

    (From, http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/documents/3859598/5925845/KS-GQ-13-007-EN.P..., accessed 06.05.2015)

    Median equivalised net income

    The median equivalised net, or disposable income, is the median of total income of all households, after tax and other deductions, that is available for spending or saving, divided by the number of household members converted into equivalised adults; household members are equalised or made equivalent by weighting each according to their age, using the so-called modified OECD equivalence scale.

    Mean equivalised net income

    The mean equivalised net, or disposable income, is the mean of total income of all households, after tax and other deductions, that is available for spending or saving, divided by the number of household members converted into equivalised adults; household members are equalised or made equivalent by weighting each according to their age, using the so-called modified OECD equivalence scale.

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