Data on how the institutions supervising the activities of economic entities implement advanced business supervision measures and how they implement other modern operational practices related to it. Periodic research makes it possible to monitor the individual progress of supervisors, as well as revealing systemic problems in the area and shortcomings in the organization of supervisory activities. Data: number of inspections (planned and unscheduled) performed by the supervisory authority, budget allocated to supervisory activities, number of supervisory specialists, number of supervised entities, overall assessment of the supervisory authorities' progress (scores) and detailed assessment by the following categories: implementation of performance indicators, risk assessment and management, use of control questionnaires, conduct of inspections, consulting activities, application of sanctions, application of the “newcomer” status, application of the Institute of Insignificance, and feedback measures (surveys) of economic operators. Periodicity - every 2 years.
Statistical data set on documents on validation of professional experience and its duration issued to EU citizens leaving Lithuania to work in other Member States according to the regulated professional activity specified in Annex 2 to the Law on the Recognition of Professional Qualifications regulated by the Republic of Lithuania. Data: 1.EU Member State of departure; 2. Professional activities specified in Annex 2 to the Law. Periodicity: quarterly.
Statistical data set on documents issued to third-country nationals seeking to work in Lithuania requiring a highly professional qualification in a non-regulated profession on the assimilation of professional experience to a higher education qualification. Data: 1.Foreign country from which the alien comes; 2. The profession for which the foreigner is to be employed. 3. Decision (positive / negative). Periodicity: by fact.
Based on the adopted draft legal acts, the data of the assessment of the change of administrative burden by the institutions for the economic entities that are the target group of the draft legal acts. The administrative burden is assessed on the basis of the Resolution “On Approval of the Methodology for Determining the Administrative Burden on Economic Entities” adopted on 11 January 2012. Data: year; half a year; institution; the draft legal acts are being evaluated; change in administrative burden, Eur. Periodicity: half a year. Beginning of the period: 2016
The purpose of the survey is to investigate the opinion of economic entities about the activities of supervisory authorities, the general level of awareness of implemented and applied supervisory measures, to assess the trends in the burden of inspections and regulation, and to identify shortcomings in the activities of supervisory authorities and the licensing process. Target group of the survey: all economic entities included in the catalog of Lithuanian companies. Business entities are evaluated according to two criteria: the size of the entity and the duration of the activity. The selection in the strata was carried out by a probabilistic random method (using a random number generator). Research sample: ~1000 companies. Survey method: telephone interview (CATI) based on a pre-agreed standardized questionnaire.
The survey was commissioned by the Ministry of Economy and Innovation of the Republic of Lithuania in 2022. from October 14 to November 18. The general population of the survey was all small and medium-sized enterprises registered in the Republic of Lithuania (SMEs, enterprises with a number of employees not exceeding 250 and an annual income of EUR 50 million). A total of 1004 respondents were interviewed. The sample of the survey was formed according to the general proportions of SME companies in the research population. The proportions of the activity sector, company size (number of employees) and place of registration (county level) were taken into account. The sample quotas are based on the actual proportions of SMEs in the population. The selection of specific companies was carried out in a random-probabilistic manner. The maximum statistical error of the entire sample is ±3.1 percent.
Legal entities according to the amount of support, the date of award and the activities carried out, which received support under the measure Subsidies for companies operating in the most affected sectors in order to mitigate the effects of the increase in energy prices
The State Aid to Foreign Investors dataset discloses data for the year in which State aid is granted. The data of foreign investors are presented: the amount of state aid granted, the number of jobs expected to be created, the amount of investment and sector. Beginning of the period: 2021 Periodicity: year.
State aid has been granted to tourism service providers who have suffered economic damage as a result of COVID-19. The beneficiaries of the projects "Holidays for doctors", "Third night", "Tourism innovations", "Innovations of tourism services and products", "Compensation for the return of tourists" and the allocated amount are presented. Funds are granted to applicants in the form of a global grant.
The dataset contains data from a survey to identify the need for a small business account. Target audience: persons pursuing an individual activity on the basis of a certificate. Survey period: 2022 03.17-04.15. Survey Questions: Would you like to use this Small Business Account for your business ?; You would like the taxes payable (GPM, PSD, and VSD) to be :; Would you support the proposal for an electronic payment statement to replace an invoice ?; In what field of the economic activity (ies) are you engaged as a self-employed person?
Targeted incentive scholarships are distributed according to the higher education institutions for the study programs related to the high value-added sectors and the enhancement of regional investment attractiveness. Scholarships are paid in accordance with the Government of the Republic of Lithuania March 1, 2017. by resolution no. 149 "On the Implementation of the Law on Science and Studies of the Republic of Lithuania" and orders of the Minister of Economics and Innovation. Data: City where the higher education institution is located; the higher education institution to which the scholarships are awarded; year of student enrollment; number of scholarships awarded; year of payment; scholarships payable and amount during the reporting period; study program for which scholarships are awarded; scholarships paid and amount during the reporting period.
Legal and natural persons who have received a subsidy under the measures administered by the Ministry of Economy and Innovation: Subsidies for COVID-19 affected companies, Subsidies for COVID-19 most affected companies, Subsidies for COVID-19 self-employed persons, Market tax refund
The list of major projects provides information on the projects for the implementation of which the Major Project Investment Agreement has been concluded. Data: name of a large project; the name of the investor or investors; the amount of private capital investment; the number of jobs planned to be created; the deadline for the implementation of a major project; the continuity period of the major project (if applicable). Periodicity: according to the fact. Beginning of the period: 2021.
The main indicators of annuality are related to the assessment of labor productivity (value added per 1 hour) in Lithuania or in the EU context (eg remuneration per 1 hour, number of hours worked