EUKLEMS & INTANProd - Release 2023

This is the portal where users can access the new integrated EUKLEMS & INTANProd database, run by the Luiss Lab of European Economics at Luiss University in Rome, Italy. EUKLEMS & INTANProd updates the widely-used EUKLEMS productivity database and extends it with new estimates of intangible investment coherent with INTAN-Invest ( For more details on the methodology, coverage and estimation of variables please refer to Bontadini et al.(2023). Please cite this source whenever using this database.


EUKLEMS & INTANProd has been funded by the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs (DG-ECFIN) of the European Commission, Procurement procedure ECFIN/2020/OP/0001 – Provision of Industry level growth and productivity data with special focus on intangible assets – 2020/S 114-275561.  The opinions expressed are those of the contractor only and do not represent the contracting authority’s official position.

New features

The database contains a number of new features:

  • New harmonized estimates of investments and capital stocks in intangible assets, that are not included in national accounts.
  • As an additional improvement, the harmonized estimates for intangible assets are now also available for 13 manufacturing industries.
  • New estimates of Industrial Design, Organizational Capital, Brand and Training,  as illustrated in the methodological report.
  • All EUKLEMS-INTANProd variables are now available separately for Professional, scientific, and technical services (section M of the NACE rev. 2 classification) and Administrative and support services (section N of the NACE rev. 2 classification), depending on data availability.
  • The 2023 release extends the time coverage to 2020 based on the latest national accounts.
  • The analytical module, provides growth accounting using harmonized capital stocks and for a selection of countries bottom-up calculations.
  • Productivity levels by industry will be soon included in the database.

What you can do on this portal

This is where you will be able to download the full dataset in a range of formats: Excel (.xlsx), CSV (.csv), R (.rds) and STATA (.dta).

Furthermore, it is also possible for you to directly query the dataset online, based on your specific research interests, as well as to download some ready-made charts.

Finally, you will also find the relevant methodological documentation, as well as country notes describing country-specific data sources (if any), summarising the general coverage of the core variables, the main data gaps and describing in detail any imputation country-specific adjustment.