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This page contains links to detailed documentation on improving timeliness or reducing costs in the production of short-term economic statistics through the use of effective business selection methods. The papers below provide detailed information on methods relevant to this topic which have been implemented within statistical organisations. Issues covered include:
• Methods to maximise the common sample of businesses where new samples are drawn each survey
• Maximising common sample through infrequent re-sampling (e.g. annually)
The papers below focus primarily on the issue of effective business selection methods. They may also contain information on other statistical processes defined in the STES Timeliness Framework .
Maximising Common Sample Between Surveys Whilst Fully Representing the Current Population – Synchronised Sampling in Australia (2000)
Maximising Common Sample Between Surveys with a Probability Proportional to Size Sample Selection Method (2000)
The papers below refer to the issue of effective business selection methods to some extent. They also provide more detail on other statistical processes defined in the STES Timeliness Framework .
There are currently no secondary papers for this topic.
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