Krugman Specialisation Index (using gross value added) for NUTS2 subregions, UK, 1998 to 2016 (63.5 kB, xls)
Krugman Specialisation Index is a indicator used to measure an area’s degree of specialisation and compare it with other areas.
Location quotients (using gross value added) by broad industry group, UK, 1998 to 2016 (700.4 kB, xls)
The location quotients are used to assess relative specialisation of regions in a specific industry.
Contribution to multi-factor productivity components to regional cumulative growth, UK, 1998 to 2016 (106.5 kB, xls)
The multi-factor partitioning model is used to analyse changes in regional output by considering three different effects: the region effect, industry-mix effect and national component.
Industry group look-up (67.6 kB, xls)
The Standard Industrial Classification codes for industries included in the aggregated 11 industry groups.