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2012 | nr 120 Survey sampling in economic and social research | 70--76
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Some Aspects of Post Enumeration Surveys in Population Censuses in Poland and Germany

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Wybrane aspekty badań kontrolnych do spisów ludności w Polsce i Niemczech
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Opracowanie dotyczy jakości danych i potencjalnych błędów, jakie pojawiają się w spisach ludności. Dokonano w nim także porównania spisów ludności w Polsce i Niemczech, a także zasad i metodyki przeprowadzenia badań kontrolnych do spisów ludności w tych dwóch krajach. Omówiono także między-narodowe zalecenia w sprawie oceny jakości spisów ludności, przygotowane przez ONZ i Eurostat. (oryginalny abstrakt)
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Population census is valuable data source of population and its structure. Although as every statistical survey, a census is not perfect quality and is biased of errors. Errors in the census results are classified into two general categories: coverage errors and content errors. Coverage errors are the errors that arise due to omissions or duplications of persons or housing units in the census enumeration. Content errors are errors that arise in the incorrect reporting or recording of the characteristics of persons, households and housing units enumerated in the census. Both kinds of errors can be assess by post enumeration survey. Population censuses in Poland and Germany conducted in this year have the similar methodology, both censuses are register based and random sample surveyed. Also both countries conducted post enumeration surveys several weeks after the main census. There are very detailed recommendation how to carry out the population census and the post enumeration surveys, proposed by EUROSTAT and UN. Poland and Germany comply with these recommendation in different degree. The aim of this paper is to compare post enumeration surveys and population censuses in Poland and Germany, to present problem with data quality and potential errors of censuses and to point at international recommendation on quality assessment of population censuses according to the UN and EUROSTAT. (fragment of text)
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Census  
Twórcy
  • Warsaw School of Economics, Poland
Bibliografia
  • EUROSTAT (2007) Handbook on Data Quality Assessment: Methods and Tools.
  • EUROSTAT (2009) Handbook for Quality Reports.
  • EUROSTAT (2009) Standard for Quality Report. Working Group on Assessment of Quality in Statistics, Luxembourg, April 4-5.
  • GUS (1998) Methodology and Organisation of Microcensuses (in Polish). Statystyka w praktyce, Warszawa.
  • Kordos, J. (1988) Quality of Statistical Data (in Polish). PWE, Warsaw.
  • Kordos, J. (2007) Some Aspects of Post-Enumeration Surveys in Poland. "Statistics in Transition - new series", December 2007, Vol. 8, No. 3, 563- -576.
  • Nowak, L. (1998) Quality of Census Data, In: Tendencies of Changes in Structure of Population, Households and Families in 1998-1995 (in Polish). GUS, Warsaw, 22-31.
  • Szabłowski, J., Wesołowski, J. and Wieczorkowski, R. (1996) Index of Fitting as a Measure of Data Quality - on basis of the Post-enumeration Survey of Microcensus 1995 (In Polish). "Wiadomości Statystyczne" No. 4, 43-49.
  • UN (2006) Recommendations for the 2010 Censuses of Population and Housing, in cooperation with EUROSTAT. ECE, New York, Geneva.
  • UN (2010) Post Enumeration Surveys, Operational guidelines, Technical Report. New York.
  • Zasępa, R. (1993) Use of Sampling Methods in Population Censuses in Poland. "Statistics in Transition" Vol. 1, No. 1, 6.
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