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Designing and Conducting Business Surveys

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Measurement Issues Summarized, 118 3. Methods for the Development, Testing, and Evaluation of Data Collection Instruments 253 Diane K. A Classification of Data Collection Outcome Codes, 441 10. Perspectives of the Business Survey Process, 26 1. Measuring Perceived Response Burden, 232 6. Preparing Statistical Tables and Datasets, 528 12. Preparing for Dissemination, 527 12.

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Designing and Conducting Business Surveys : Ger Snijkers : 9780470903049

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Questions and Complaints, 377 9. It uniquely integrates an understanding of how businesses operate, a total survey error approach to data quality that focuses specifically on business surveys, and sound project management principles. The Response Process Viewed as Work, 49 2. Planning the Designing, Building, and Testing of the Survey Components, 143 4. Specifying Observational Units, 97 3. Business Surveys and Project Management Principles, 128 4. Evaluating Statistical Dissemination, 539 12.

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Chapter 1: Surveys and Business Surveys

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Types of Analysis, 288 7. Some Basic Ideas, 177 5. Users and User Evaluations of Business Surveys, 86 3. A Glimpse into Transaction Studies, 96 3. Willimack and Ger Snijkers 2.

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designing and conducting business surveys snijkers ger haraldsen gustav jones jacqui willimack diane

Clarifying Terms and Tasks, 335 8. Weights of Businesses, 447 10. Planning and Designing the Communication Strategy, 390 9. Business Size and Economic Sector, 374 9. Sources of Measurement Error in Business Surveys, 108 3. Capturing Data from Paper Questionnaires, 466 11.

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Designing and Conducting Business Surveys (eBook) by Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane Willimack (Author)

designing and conducting business surveys snijkers ger haraldsen gustav jones jacqui willimack diane

Layout and Functional Tailoring for Internal Data Collection, 325 8. Step Two: Data Transfer, 464 11. Managing the Data Collection 431 Ger Snijkers and Gustav Haraldsen 10. Survey Organizational Structures for Instrument Development, Testing, and Evaluation, 293 7. Evaluating Web Survey Data Collection Instruments, 286 7.

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Designing and Conducting Business Surveys (eBook) by Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane Willimack (Author)

designing and conducting business surveys snijkers ger haraldsen gustav jones jacqui willimack diane

Minimizing, Measuring, and Monitoring Errors in Initial Data Capture, 462 11. Active Fieldwork Management, 434 10. Users and User Evaluations of Business Surveys, 86 3. Finalizing the Project Plan and Getting Started, 162 4. The Business Survey—Output Production Process, 23 1. Evaluating Statistical Dissemination, 539 12.

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Chapter 1: Surveys and Business Surveys

designing and conducting business surveys snijkers ger haraldsen gustav jones jacqui willimack diane

Minimizing, Measuring, and Monitoring Errors in Editing and Imputation, 500 11. Development Strategies for Electronic Instruments, 282 7. Drawing Conclusions and Verification, 290 7. Tailored Evaluations of Response Burden Reduction Measures, 251 Acknowledgments, 252 7. Monitoring the Quality of the Response, 440 10. Other Types of Business Data Outputs, 14 1. Developing Content, Measurements, and Survey Questions, 260 7.

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Designing and Conducting Business Surveys (eBook) by Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane Willimack (Author)

designing and conducting business surveys snijkers ger haraldsen gustav jones jacqui willimack diane

Step Three: Data Capture Processing, 465 11. Survey Reduction Measures, 241 6. Measures to Reduce Response Burden, 241 6. Instructions for Completing a Paper Self-Completion Questionnaire to be Scanned, 471 11. Summary, 295 Acknowledgments, 298 Appendix 7. Evaluating Survey Questions and Questionnaires, 276 7.

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