This pubblication presents the results of the project “EU Survey to assess the level and impact of crimes against business - Stage 2: Piloting the survey module” aiming at carrying out a pilot survey on the victimisation of businesses across twenty selected European countries. The main objectives of this project are: • Implementing a business victimisation pilot survey in unexplored countries of the EU • Developing a common methodology • Collecting comparable data • Analysing data in order to produce comparable results • Reporting the results in order to produce policy implications The pilot survey method implements a phased multi-mode approach, first of all by conducting a representative interviewer-facilitated telephone survey (PHASE I) and secondly by redirecting these enterprises to fill in the rest of the questionnaire in a dedicated CAWI interface (PHASE II). The statistical unit was the local unit or the branch of the enterprises, and the entire universe of the survey was defined as companies having at least one employee, with market or for-profit activities and with available telephone numbers in the sampling frames used. The pilot survey was implemented in 20 selected Member States of the European Union and each country sample had a minimum of 500 interviews and a maximum of 2,000 interviews, depending on the number of active enterprises in the given country.
|Editore||Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore|
|Numero di pagine||138|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2013|
- Business Crime Survey
- European Union