ECONOMIC SURVEY OF EMPLOYEE OWNERSHIP IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
IN 2010

  Economic Survey 2010 - summary
The most recent numbers show that employee ownership was continuously progressing across Europe since the financial crisis. This is the main conclusion of the economic survey of employee ownership in the European countries in 2010. The survey brings an exhaustive information about the 2.467 largest European companies, employing 32.6 million people in 2010. Download summary

  Economic Survey 2010 - full version
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  Democratizing employee ownership in European companies
Every large European company has 4 Top Executives on average, each holding 8.250.000 in his company in 2010. This is to be compared with 9.6 million "common" employee owners, each holding 12.000 in 2010. Detailed numbers

  Country files
Each European country can easily be compared to others regarding employee ownership in 2010, thanks to a set of 11 graphs, using fully comparable information. Country files will be soon available for download. These are now available: Belgium, Denmark, Spain

  Full database of employee ownership in European companies
The Economic Survey and the European Employee Ownership Top 100 rankings are just the tip of the iceberg. These are based on the screening of the 2.500 largest European companies. The full database is available for research work. More information

 


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For information and contact
EFES - EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF EMPLOYEE SHARE OWNERSHIP
FEAS - FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DE L'ACTIONNARIAT SALARIE
Avenue Voltaire 135, B-1030 Brussels
Tel/fax: +32 (0)2 242 64 30
E-mail: efes@efesonline.org
Web site: www.efesonline.org
EFES' objective is to act as the umbrella organization of employee owners, companies and all persons, trade unions, experts, researchers, institutions looking to promote employee ownership and participation in Europe.