About us

EuropeInNumbers.com provides data to researchers, business people, and others who need data on the countries of Europe.

With a few clicks, users can download ready-to-use data sets with their selection of countries, indicators and years. reducing the effort to gather, clean and collate data. Users can also link their excel files or google sheets to our servers for automatic data updates.

We make careful selections what data series to include and what to leave out to balance choice with ease of use. The series are well documented and updated continuously.
Our group of websites
We also run the websites www.globalpetrolprices.com that tracks fuel, electricity, and natural gas prices around the world and www.theglobaleconomy.com that tracks the key macroeconomic indicators of over 200 countries.

Our team leadership

Neven Valev is a Ph.D. economist with a doctorate from Purdue University and over 10 years professional experience on the economics faculty of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies in Atlanta, GA. Neven specializes in international finance and the role of finance for economic development. Over the years he has taught classes on macroeconomics and international economics to undergraduate, Master’s, MBA, and Ph.D. students and has participated as a chair or a member of the dissertation committees of more than 40 graduate students. More information about Neven can be found at his Google Scholar page and personal site.

Franziska Bieri has a Ph.D. in sociology from Emory University. She specializes in globalization and the role of the non-profit sector in resolving international social issues. Franziska has published a number of academic articles and a widely read book on the Kimberley Process regulating the global diamond trade. She is on the faculty of the Ph.D. Global Leadership program at Indiana Tech teaching research methodology classes and advising doctoral students. More information about Franziska can be found at Indiana Tech and her personal site.

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