Wednesday, May 02, 2012

[IWS] Dublin Foundation: Quality Assurance Framework for the 3rd European Company Survey (ECS) [2 May 2012]

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European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Dublin Foundation)


Quality Assurance Framework for the 3rd European Company Survey (ECS) [2 May 2012]


[full-text, 61 pages]

Author: Mohler, Peter



This report is concerned with the development of a quality assurance plan for the 3rd European Company Survey (ECS) detailing the necessary steps both in terms of survey design and quality control of the fieldwork, based on the general framework for quality assurance for Eurofound surveys. Eurofound was advised on the development of tender specifications for the fieldwork of the 2012 wave of the ECS, including the identification of priorities with regard to the actions to be included in the tender specifications for fieldwork, based on an assessment of expected costs and expected quality impact.




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