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The Resource Designing and conducting business surveys, Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane K. Willimack

Designing and conducting business surveys, Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane K. Willimack

Label
Designing and conducting business surveys
Title
Designing and conducting business surveys
Statement of responsibility
Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane K. Willimack
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "Incorporating global research from the field, this book summarizes the current best advice and points out recommended testing and monitoring methods for business surveys. Organized into two sections on Designing and Conducting, it introduces questions that address important conceptual distinctions and covers topics like systematic errors, focus groups, primary and mixed-mode data collection issues, contact strategies, web survey, development and testing methods, data collection instruments, conduct, procedures, administration, and more. It is an ideal book for researchers and data collection methodologists, as well as students"--
  • "This book equips readers with the tools and knowledge needed to create data collection designs for business surveys and carry out these surveys. The author team is comprised of survey researchers working at government agencies across both the United States and Europe, providing a global perspective current methods and newly emerging methodologies. Clearly organized into two sections on designing and conducting, the book treats thekey components of business surveys: sampling, design, data collection, and post-survey procedures"--
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  • Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1963-
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Snijkers, Ger
Dewey number
338.0072/3
Index
index present
LC call number
HB137
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Wiley series in survey methodology
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Industrial surveys
  • MATHEMATICS
  • Industrial surveys
Label
Designing and conducting business surveys, Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane K. Willimack
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Wiley Series in Survey Methodology; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Surveys and Business Surveys; 1.1 The Objective of This Book; 1.2 The Statistical Production Process; 1.3 Surveys; 1.4 Types of Business Data Outputs; 1.5 Use of Business Data Outputs; 1.6 Obtaining Business Data; 1.7 Business Surveys; 1.8 Overview of the Book; Acknowledgments; Appendix; Chapter 2: The Business Context and its Implications for the Survey Response Process; 2.1 The Business Context from the Perspective of the Organizational Sciences
  • 2.2 A Comprehensive Approach Integrating the Business Context and the Survey Response Process2.3 Summary; Aknowledgments; Chapter 3: Quality Issues in Business Surveys; 3.1 Survey Quality from a User/Producer Perspective; 3.2 Sample-Related Quality Issues; 3.3 Measurement-Related Quality Issues; 3.4 Sample and Measurement Issues Combined; Acknowledgment; Chapter 4: Planning the Survey; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Business Surveys and Project Management Principles; 4.3 Specifying and Planning the Survey; 4.4 Required Resources; 4.5 The Timetable
  • 4.6 Planning Managing, Controlling, Monitoring, and Evaluation of the Survey Project4.7 Risk Management; 4.8 Finalizing the Project Plan and Getting Started; 4.9 Summary and Progress Status Overview; Acknowledgment; Chapter 5: Sampling and Estimation for Business Surveys; 5.1 Basic Principles; 5.2 Registers and Frames; 5.3 Sample Design; 5.4 Estimation; 5.5 Outliers; 5.6 Variance Estimation; 5.7 Small Area Estimation; 5.8 Summary; Acknowledgments; Chapter 6: Understanding and Coping with Response Burden; 6.1 A Cost Versus a Cost Benefit Approach
  • 6.2 Measuring and Monitoring Business Response Burden6.3 An Analytical Approach to Response Burden; 6.4 Measures to Reduce Response Burden; Acknowledgments; Chapter 7: Methods for the Development, Testing, and Evaluation of Data Collection Instruments; 7.1 A Framework for Questionnaire Development, Testing, and Evaluation; 7.3 Testing Questions and Questionnaires; 7.4 Evaluating Survey Questions and Questionnaires; 7.5 Development, Testing, and Evaluation of Electronic Data Collection Instruments; 7.6 Analyzing Qualitative Data
  • 7.7 Multimethod Approaches to Development, Testing, and Evaluation7.8 Organization and Logistics; 7.9 Summary; Acknowledgments; Appendix; 7.2 Developing Content, Measurements, and Survey Questions; Chapter 8: Questionnaire Communication in Business Surveys; 8.1 Communication Modes; 8.2 Elements in Concert; 8.3 Tailoring for Businesses; 8.4 Phrasing Questions in Business Surveys; 8.5 Minimizing Response Burden; 8.6 Concluding Reflections; Acknowledgments; Chapter 9: Business Survey Communication; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 The role, Objectives, and Process of Business Survey Communication
Control code
794922814
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118447918
Lccn
2012022969
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000320
Publisher number
EB00063674
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)794922814
Label
Designing and conducting business surveys, Ger Snijkers, Gustav Haraldsen, Jacqui Jones, Diane K. Willimack
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Wiley Series in Survey Methodology; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Contributors; Abbreviations; Chapter 1: Surveys and Business Surveys; 1.1 The Objective of This Book; 1.2 The Statistical Production Process; 1.3 Surveys; 1.4 Types of Business Data Outputs; 1.5 Use of Business Data Outputs; 1.6 Obtaining Business Data; 1.7 Business Surveys; 1.8 Overview of the Book; Acknowledgments; Appendix; Chapter 2: The Business Context and its Implications for the Survey Response Process; 2.1 The Business Context from the Perspective of the Organizational Sciences
  • 2.2 A Comprehensive Approach Integrating the Business Context and the Survey Response Process2.3 Summary; Aknowledgments; Chapter 3: Quality Issues in Business Surveys; 3.1 Survey Quality from a User/Producer Perspective; 3.2 Sample-Related Quality Issues; 3.3 Measurement-Related Quality Issues; 3.4 Sample and Measurement Issues Combined; Acknowledgment; Chapter 4: Planning the Survey; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Business Surveys and Project Management Principles; 4.3 Specifying and Planning the Survey; 4.4 Required Resources; 4.5 The Timetable
  • 4.6 Planning Managing, Controlling, Monitoring, and Evaluation of the Survey Project4.7 Risk Management; 4.8 Finalizing the Project Plan and Getting Started; 4.9 Summary and Progress Status Overview; Acknowledgment; Chapter 5: Sampling and Estimation for Business Surveys; 5.1 Basic Principles; 5.2 Registers and Frames; 5.3 Sample Design; 5.4 Estimation; 5.5 Outliers; 5.6 Variance Estimation; 5.7 Small Area Estimation; 5.8 Summary; Acknowledgments; Chapter 6: Understanding and Coping with Response Burden; 6.1 A Cost Versus a Cost Benefit Approach
  • 6.2 Measuring and Monitoring Business Response Burden6.3 An Analytical Approach to Response Burden; 6.4 Measures to Reduce Response Burden; Acknowledgments; Chapter 7: Methods for the Development, Testing, and Evaluation of Data Collection Instruments; 7.1 A Framework for Questionnaire Development, Testing, and Evaluation; 7.3 Testing Questions and Questionnaires; 7.4 Evaluating Survey Questions and Questionnaires; 7.5 Development, Testing, and Evaluation of Electronic Data Collection Instruments; 7.6 Analyzing Qualitative Data
  • 7.7 Multimethod Approaches to Development, Testing, and Evaluation7.8 Organization and Logistics; 7.9 Summary; Acknowledgments; Appendix; 7.2 Developing Content, Measurements, and Survey Questions; Chapter 8: Questionnaire Communication in Business Surveys; 8.1 Communication Modes; 8.2 Elements in Concert; 8.3 Tailoring for Businesses; 8.4 Phrasing Questions in Business Surveys; 8.5 Minimizing Response Burden; 8.6 Concluding Reflections; Acknowledgments; Chapter 9: Business Survey Communication; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 The role, Objectives, and Process of Business Survey Communication
Control code
794922814
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781118447918
Lccn
2012022969
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0500000320
Publisher number
EB00063674
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)794922814

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