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Combined Nomenclature

"The Combined Nomenclature is the goods classification used within the EU for the purposes of foreign trade statistics. It is also used by Directorate General 'Taxation and Customs Union' of the European Commission for customs duty purposes. The classification is maintained by Eurostat for the statistical aspects and by Taxation and Customs Union DG for the tariff aspects. The classification is based on the Harmonized System (HS) which it sub-divides where necessary for purposes of external trade, agricultural regulation and customs duties.

Classification of Environmental Protection Activities and Expenditure

"CEPA is a functional classification used to classifiy activities, products, outlays and other transactions whose primary purpose is environmental protection. It is a hierarchic classification with 3 levels (level 1: 9 categories, level 2: 46 categories, level 3: 20 categories)."

CSO Standard Fields of Education Classification

"The CSO Standard Fields of Education Classification is a classification of the various fields of study which can be undertaken. This classification was derived from a joint project with Eurostat and UNESCO. It is based on the International Standard Classification of Education - ISCED 1997 (Fields of Education). In 1999, Eurostat and UNESCO further elaborated on the ISCED 1997 and provided a third level of about 80 categories called 'Detailed Fields'.

Activity Coding List for Harmonised European Time Use Surveys

"The Harmonised European Time Use (HETUS) activity coding list is based on international practices and previous classifications of daily activities used in Europe. The coding system and index were tested and revised on the basis of time use pilot surveys in 18 countries. The final system was completed in 2000 and revised in 2008. The European activity coding list allows several groupings of activities depending on the purpose of the analysis."