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Business Surveys in South Africa : testing the ground for Internet-construct reviews keeping the contact with respect to reaction rates personality a main priority. Pieter Laubscher 14 November 2005. Joint EC-OECD Workshop on International Development of Business and Consumer Tendency Surveys. Presentation diagram. Presentation
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Business Surveys in South Africa : testing the ground for Internet-construct studies keeping the effect in light of reaction rates at the top of the priority list Pieter Laubscher 14 November 2005 Joint EC-OECD Workshop on International Development of Business and Consumer Tendency Surveys

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Presentation diagram Introduction The BER board of respondents Sectors Size gatherings Regions The unique BER review: foundation subtle elements Question1 : the present method of reaction Question2 : the favored method of reaction Question3 : access to the Internet Conclusions

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Introduction The Internet medium & BTS/CTS Obvious focal points: cost & effectiveness Constraints: client "resistance" & access Improving reaction rates? The postal reaction mode: BER since the 1950s Engaging the Internet medium: an exceptional BER study (2005Q1): The present method of reaction The favored method of reaction Access to the Internet What determinations would we be able to make in regards to the future advancement of Internet-based reviews at the BER?

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The BER board of respondents

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Composition of the BER board (2005Q1): areas

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Size & sectoral dispersion of BER respondents (2005Q1)

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Regional conveyance of BER respondents (2005Q1)

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The exceptional review: foundation points of interest

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Special inquiries incorporated into the BER overview (2005Q1) Special study on favored reaction technique (Optional) Reason for the unique study The BER relies on upon you to finish and give back the polls so as to lead the business studies. With this overview, we wish to discover what reaction strategy you incline toward. It would be ideal if you tick the proper boxes . 1. At present, how would you give back the poll to us? ⌂ Pre-paid envelope ⌂ Fax ⌂ E-Mail 2. In future, how might you want to react to the poll? ⌂ Pre-paid envelope ⌂ Fax ⌂ Internet 3. How do you associate with the web at work? ⌂ No access to the web at work ⌂ Via a dial-up administration ⌂ Via a neighborhood (LAN) 4. Any remarks? … … . … … … .

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Question 1: How do BER members as of now react?

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Current method of reaction: areas

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Current method of reaction: size gatherings

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Current method of reaction: locales

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Question 2: What is the favored method of reaction as indicated by BER members?

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Preferred method of reaction: areas

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Preferring Internet as method of reaction: divisions

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Preferred method of reaction: size gatherings

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Preferred method of reaction: locales

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Question 3: BER members\' entrance to the Internet

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BER members\' entrance to the Internet: segments

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BER members\' entrance to the Internet: firm size gatherings

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BER members\' entrance to the Internet: firm size gatherings

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Conclusions Close to 30% of BER respondents incline toward Internet mode (92% right now utilize postal mode) Necessary to create Internet mode; be that as it may, there are pitfalls: 80% have Internet access, just 28% lean toward this mode Smaller firms face access limitations/have lower inclination for the Internet Regional/sectoral differences in regards to Internet inclination Imperative to have a blended review mode Gradual move from postal to Internet/long process Relatively little inclination for the fax mode An excessively forceful move, making it impossible to the Internet dangers harming reaction rates Consistent with global experience Lower reaction rates with Internet mode contrasted with postal mode Item non-reaction higher? Little firms - lower Internet inclination/weaker reaction rate Different reaction conduct: Internet versus postal? BER must be cautious with respect to improvement of the Internet mode Response rates effectively low by global gauges Additional costs/managerial weight

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