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Background and objective
- The Sectoral e-Business Watch encourages researchers, academics and students to use the data
of its e-Business Surveys (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007) for
carrying out empirical studies on the economic impact of ICT
and e-business in enterprises.
have been gathered by means of representative surveys
among decision-makers in European enterprises, based
on computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI).
- The Sectoral e-Business Watch offers access to case level data from the
e-Business Survey of 2002 covered 9264 enterprises
from the former EU-15 Member States and from 15 sectors of
the economy (not all sectors in all countries, though).
e-Business Survey of 2003 covered about 10,500
companies from 25 European countries and 11 sectors of the
economy (not all sectors in all countries, though).
e-Business Survey of 2005 covered about 5,200
companies from 7 EU Member States and 10 sectors of the economy.
e-Business Survey of 2006 covers
about 14,000 companies from all EU Member States, Candidate
Countries and EEA states, from 10 sectors of the economy (not
all sectors in all countries, though).
- In 2007, four e-Business Surveys were conducted, each with a different
questionnaire adapted to the specific sectors and topics:
- Manufacturing Survey: a survey on the chemical, steel and
furniture industries, with 2,121 interviews conducted in in 7 EU Member States and the USA.
- Retail & logistics Survey with 2,248 interviews conducted in in 7 EU Member States and the USA.
- A survey on RFID adoption in different sectors,
with 434 interviews.
- A survey on Intellectual Property protection in the ICT Sector, with
- In 2009, two ICT surveys were conducted in the following sectors:
- Survey in the glass, ceramic and cement industries, with 676 interviews in 6 EU countries
- Survey in the energy supply sector with 351 interviews in 6 EU countries.
are stored and will be delivered in SPSS format,
together with a manual containing methodology guidelines.
information about the surveys (questionnaire,
methodology) is available at the website at www.ebusiness-watch.org/about/methodology.htm.
For further information about the call for papers, or to
send a request for obtaining the statistical files with case level data,
Sectoral e-Business Watch
c/o empirica GmbH
attn. Mr. Stefan Lilischkis / Mr. Hannes Selhofer
Oxfordstr. 2, DE - 53111 Bonn, Germany
Tel: 0049.228.98530.0 * Fax: 0049.228.98530.12
e-Mail: info at ebusiness-watch
dot org * Internet: www.ebusiness-watch.org