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Volume 1 (15) Number 4 pp. 69-83

Sławomir Kalinowski1, Małgorzata Kokocińska1

1Poznań University of Economics, Department of Microeconomics, Poznań, Poland

Business tendency survey data. Where do the respondents’ opinions come from

Abstract:
The article deals with the topic of business tendency survey data. The aim of the article was to research whether the respondents’ opinions reflect the variability  of factors influencing the economic situation of enterprises. For the research the business tendency surveys of Central Statistical Office of Poland in 2000–2015 for manufacturing industry have been used. Based on the outcome of earlier research a general hypothesis has   been assumed which states that the opinions of enterprises’3 containing qualitative variables are substantially influenced by quantitative variables which are based on the economic situation of businesses. The research has been done using the methods of time series analysis (Census II and Hodrick-Prescott filter) and the interdependence analysis method (Pearson correlation coefficient with time lags and Granger causality test).
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Keywords: business fluctuations, business tendency survey, qualitative data, business performance measures

DOI: 10.18559/ebr.2015.4.5

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MLA Kalinowski, Sławomir, and Małgorzata Kokocińska. "Business tendency survey data. Where do the respondents’ opinions come from." Economics and Business Review EBR 15.4 (2015): 69-83. DOI: 10.18559/ebr.2015.4.5
APA S., K., & M., K. (2015). Business tendency survey data. Where do the respondents’ opinions come from. Economics and Business Review EBR 15(4), 69-83 DOI: 10.18559/ebr.2015.4.5
ISO 690 KALINOWSKI, Sławomir, KOKOCIńSKA, Małgorzata. Business tendency survey data. Where do the respondents’ opinions come from. Economics and Business Review EBR, 2015, 15.4: 69-83. DOI: 10.18559/ebr.2015.4.5