Uzbekistan - Management, Organization and Innovation Survey 2009

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The study was conducted in Uzbekistan between February and March 2009 as part of the first round of The Management, Organization and Innovation Survey. Data from 123 manufacturing companies with 50 to 5,000 full-time employees was analyzed. The survey topics include detailed information about a company and its management practices - production performance indicators, production target, ways employees are promoted/dealt with when underperforming. The study also focuses on organizational matters, innovation, spending on research and development, production outsourcing to other countries, competition, and workforce composition.

Acronym: 
MOI 2009
Type: 
Microdata
Topics: 
Topic not specified
Languages Supported: 
English
Geographical Coverage: 
Uzbekistan
Reference ID: 
UZB_2009_MOI_v01_M_WB
Release Date: 
September 29, 2011

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Harvest Source: 
Microdata

Harvest Source ID

Harvest Source ID: 
821

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
September 24, 2013
Study Type: 

Enterprise Survey

Funding Name, Abbreviation, Role: 
World Bank; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
World Bank; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Questionnaires: 
Two different versions of the questionnaire were used. Questionnaire A was used when interviewing establishments that are part of multiestablishment firms, while Questionnaire B was used when interviewing single-establishment firms. Questionnaire A incorporates all questions from Questionnaire B, the only difference is in the reference point, which is the so-called national firm in the first part of Questionnaire A and firm in Questionnaire B. Second part of the questionnaire refers to the interviewed establishment only in both Questionnaire A and Questionnaire B. Each variation of the questionnaire is identified by the index variable, a0.
Response Rates: 
Item non-response was addressed by two strategies:- For sensitive questions that may generate negative reactions from the respondent, such as ownership information, enumerators were instructed to collect the refusal to respond as (-8).- Establishments with incomplete information were re-contacted in order to complete this information, whenever necessary. However, there were clear cases of low response. Survey non-response was addressed by maximising efforts to contact establishments that were initially selected for interviews. Up to 15 attempts (but at least 4 attempts) were made to contact an establishment for interview at different times/days of the week before a replacement establishment (with similar characteristics) was suggested for interview. Survey non-response did occur, but substitutions were made in order to potentially achieve the goals. Additional information about sampling, response rates and survey implementation can be found in "MOI Survey Report on Methodology and Observations 2009" in "Technical Documents" folder.
Sampling Procedure: 
Random sampling was used in the study. For all MOI countries, except Russia, there was a requirement that all regions must be covered and that the percentage of the sample in each region was required to be equal to at least one half of the percentage of the sample frame population in each region. The source of the sample frame was the Uniform State Register of Enterprises and Organizations, published by the State Department of Statistics of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The quality of the frame was assessed at the onset of the project. The frame proved to be useful though it showed positive rates of non-eligibility, repetition, non-existent units, etc. These problems are typical of establishment surveys. The percentage of confirmed non-eligible units as a proportion of the total number of contacts to complete the survey was 68.3% (458 out of 671 establishments).
Unit of Analysis: 
The primary sampling unit of the study is the establishment. An establishment is a physical location where business is carried out and where industrial operations take place or services are provided. A firm may be composed of one or more establishments. For example, a brewery may have several bottling plants and several establishments for distribution. For the purposes of this survey an establishment is defined as a separate production unit, regardless of whether or not it has its own financial statements separate from those of the firm, and whether it has it own management and control over payroll. So the bottling plant of a brewery would be counted as an establishment.

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The study was conducted in Uzbekistan between February and March 2009 as part of the first round of The Management, Organization and Innovation Survey. Data from 123 manufacturing companies with 50 to 5,000 full-time employees was analyzed. The survey topics include detailed information about a company and its management practices - production performance indicators, production target, ways employees are promoted/dealt with when underperforming. The study also focuses on organizational matters, innovation, spending on research and development, production outsourcing to other countries, competition, and workforce composition.

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Reference ID: 
UZB_2009_MOI_v01_M_WB
Acronym: 
MOI 2009
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Languages Supported: 
Response Rates: 
Item non-response was addressed by two strategies:- For sensitive questions that may generate negative reactions from the respondent, such as ownership information, enumerators were instructed to collect the refusal to respond as (-8).- Establishments with incomplete information were re-contacted in order to complete this information, whenever necessary. However, there were clear cases of low response. Survey non-response was addressed by maximising efforts to contact establishments that were initially selected for interviews. Up to 15 attempts (but at least 4 attempts) were made to contact an establishment for interview at different times/days of the week before a replacement establishment (with similar characteristics) was suggested for interview. Survey non-response did occur, but substitutions were made in order to potentially achieve the goals. Additional information about sampling, response rates and survey implementation can be found in "MOI Survey Report on Methodology and Observations 2009" in "Technical Documents" folder.
Time Periods: 
August, 2017
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
World Bank; European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Unit of Analysis: 
The primary sampling unit of the study is the establishment. An establishment is a physical location where business is carried out and where industrial operations take place or services are provided. A firm may be composed of one or more establishments. For example, a brewery may have several bottling plants and several establishments for distribution. For the purposes of this survey an establishment is defined as a separate production unit, regardless of whether or not it has its own financial statements separate from those of the firm, and whether it has it own management and control over payroll. So the bottling plant of a brewery would be counted as an establishment.
Geographical Coverage: 
Data Classification of a Dataset: 
Sampling Procedure: 
Random sampling was used in the study. For all MOI countries, except Russia, there was a requirement that all regions must be covered and that the percentage of the sample in each region was required to be equal to at least one half of the percentage of the sample frame population in each region. The source of the sample frame was the Uniform State Register of Enterprises and Organizations, published by the State Department of Statistics of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The quality of the frame was assessed at the onset of the project. The frame proved to be useful though it showed positive rates of non-eligibility, repetition, non-existent units, etc. These problems are typical of establishment surveys. The percentage of confirmed non-eligible units as a proportion of the total number of contacts to complete the survey was 68.3% (458 out of 671 establishments).
Release Date: 
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Last Updated Date: 
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Questionnaires: 
Two different versions of the questionnaire were used. Questionnaire A was used when interviewing establishments that are part of multiestablishment firms, while Questionnaire B was used when interviewing single-establishment firms. Questionnaire A incorporates all questions from Questionnaire B, the only difference is in the reference point, which is the so-called national firm in the first part of Questionnaire A and firm in Questionnaire B. Second part of the questionnaire refers to the interviewed establishment only in both Questionnaire A and Questionnaire B. Each variation of the questionnaire is identified by the index variable, a0.
Harvest Source: 
Harvest Source ID: 
821
Citation Text: 
Where necessary please site the source as "Enterprise Analysis Unit - World Bank Group https://www.enterprisesurveys.org"
Modified date: 
15972
Study Type: 
Enterprise Survey
Primary Dataset: 
Yes
Mode of Data Collection: 

Face-to-face

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