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Technical Systems, Organisation Forms and Social Implications: Statistical Analysis of the Firm Survey (Second Interim Report)

Gerd Schienstock, Gotard Bechmann, Joerg Flecker, Ursula Huws, Geert Van Hootegem, Maria Luisa Mirabile, António Moniz () and Sean Ò Siochru

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Abstract: This is the second interim report of the research project "Information Society, Work and the Generation of New Forms of Social Exclusion" (SOWING). It is based on a firm survey conducted in the eight regions participating in the research project — Flanders (Belgium), Lazio (Italy), Niederösterreich (Austria), Portugal, the Republic of Ireland, the Stuttgart area (Germany), the Tampere region (Finland) and the West London area (U.K.). The aim of this report is to present a broad overview of the collected data. In general, only simple statistical methods have been applied. The report focuses on a regional comparison; however, the data have also been analysed by firm size, measured by quantity of staff, and industrial sector. It should be seen as a first step in the data analysis; it may also give some hints for a more strategic analysis of the survey data.

Keywords: Information Society; Work (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F41 O33 J50 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1999-12, Revised 1999-10
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Published in SOWING Deliverables (1999): pp. 1-144

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