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File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1

File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1

Uganda Bureau of Statistics National Data Archive

Micro-Enterprise Survey 2006

Antonina Redko

Generated on: Tue, Sep 2013

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Overview

Identification

Uganda | |

Micro-Enterprise Survey 2006 | |

Enterprise Survey [en/oth] | |

An Enterprise Survey is a firm-level survey of a representative sample of an economy's private sector. Firm-level surveys have been conducted since 1998 by different units within the World Bank. Since 2005-06, most data collection efforts have been centralized within the Enterprise Analysis Unit. The Enterprise Surveys are conducted across all geographic regions and cover small, medium, and large companies. Data are used to create indicators that benchmark the quality of the business and investment climate across countries. In some countries, unregistered businesses and firms with a small number of employees make up a large part of the economy. Micro-Enterprise Surveys target registered establishments with one to four employees, while traditional Enterprise Surveys focus on businesses with five or more workers. Sampling techniques and questionnaires are similar for Micro-Enterprise and Enterprise Surveys. | |

UGA_2006_MS_v01_M_WB |

Overview

This research of private non-agricultural firms with less than five employees was conducted in Uganda between August and September 2006, at the same time with 2006 Uganda Enterprise Survey. Data from 100 establishments were analyzed. Micro-Enterprise Survey topics include firm characteristics, gender participation, access to finance, annual sales, costs of inputs/labor, workforce composition, bribery, licensing, infrastructure, trade, crime, competition, capacity utilization, land and permits, taxation, informality, business-government relations, innovation and technology, and performance measures. The questionnaire also assesses the respondents' opinions on what are the obstacles to firm growth and performance.

Sample survey data [ssd]

The survey targets manufacturing/services/construction and transport/IT sectors establishments with one to four employees.

Coverage

National
The whole population, or the universe, covered in the Enterprise Surveys is the non-agricultural economy. It comprises: all manufacturing sectors according to the ISIC Revision 3.1 group classification (group D), construction sector (group F), services sector (groups G and H), and transport, storage, and communications sector (group I). Note that this population definition excludes the following sectors: financial intermediation (group J), real estate and renting activities (group K, except sub-sector 72, IT, which was added to the population under study), and all public or utilities sectors.
Producers and Sponsors

World Bank

World Bank

Metadata Production

Antonina Redko -

Version 01 UGA_2006_MS_v01_M_WBSampling

Sampling Procedure

Sampling techniques are similar for Uganda Micro-Enterprise and Enterprise 2006 surveys.

In the Enterprise Survey, the universe is stratified by industry sectors, establishment size and regions. In the Micro-Enterprise Survey, stratification by size is missing: all businesses surveyed have less than five workers.

For more technical details on the sampling strategy for the Enterprise Surveys, please review "Sampling Methodology" in "Technical Documents" folder.

Questionnaires

Overview

The current survey instrument is available:

Uganda Micro-Enterprise Survey Questionnaire 2006.

Data Collection

Data Collection Dates

Start | End | Cycle |
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2006-08 | 2006-09 | N/A |

Data Collection Mode

Face-to-face [f2f]
Data Collection Notes

Private contractors conduct the Micro-Enterprise Surveys on behalf of the World Bank. Due to sensitive survey questions addressing business-government relations and corruption-related topics, private contractors are preferred over any government agency or an organization/institution associated with government, and are hired by the World Bank to collect the data.

The Micro-Enterprise Surveys are usually implemented following a two-stage procedure. In the first stage, a screener questionnaire is applied over the phone to determine eligibility and to make appointments; in the second stage, a face-to-face interview takes place with the Manager/Owner of each establishment.

All Micro-Enterprise Surveys are conducted in the local languages.

Data Processing

Data Editing

Data entry and quality controls are implemented by the contractor and data is delivered to the World Bank in batches (typically 10%, 50% and 100%). These data deliveries are checked for logical consistency, out of range values, skip patterns, and duplicate entries. Problems are flagged by the World Bank and corrected by the implementing contractor through data checks, callbacks, and revisiting establishments.

Data Appraisal

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Content | The file contains the raw, clean database. |

Cases | 100 |

Variable(s) | 270 |

Structure | Type: Key(s): () |

Version | |

Producer | World Bank |

Missing Data |

ID | Name | Label | Type | Format | Question |

V1 | idquest | IDQuest | discrete | numeric | |

V2 | country | discrete | numeric | ||

V3 | idstd | discrete | numeric | ||

V4 | countryn | Country name | discrete | character | |

V5 | callback | Callback | discrete | numeric | |

V6 | city | City | discrete | character | |

V7 | reg | Region | discrete | numeric | |

V8 | intcode | Interviewer | discrete | numeric | |

V9 | industry | Industry | discrete | numeric | |

V10 | sampstra | Sample stratum | discrete | numeric | |

V11 | screenst | Screener stratum | discrete | numeric | |

V12 | stratmat | Stratum Match | discrete | numeric | |

V13 | multiest | Part of a larger firm? | discrete | numeric | |

V14 | fins | Does your establishment maintain financial information ... ? | discrete | numeric | |

V15 | super | Supervisor | discrete | numeric | |

V16 | startmon | Month | discrete | numeric | |

V17 | startday | Day | discrete | numeric | |

V18 | starthou | Hour | discrete | numeric | |

V19 | startmin | Minutes | discrete | numeric | |

V20 | startamp | AM/PM | discrete | character | |

V21 | b1 | Current legal status | discrete | numeric | What is the current legal status of your firm? |

V22 | b1x | Other (legal status) | discrete | character | What is the current legal status of your firm? |

V23 | b2a | % - private domestic individuals, companies or orgs | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

V24 | b2b | % - private foreign individuals, companies or orgs | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

V25 | b2c | Govn't/State | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

V26 | b2d | Other | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

V27 | b3a | What percentage does the largest shareholder(s) own? | discrete | numeric | What percentage of this firm does the largest shareholder(s) own? |

V28 | b3b1 | - Female? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V29 | b3b2 | - Of African origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V30 | b3b3 | - Of Indian origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V31 | b3b4 | - Of Lebanese or Middle Eastern origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V32 | b3b5 | - Of other Asian origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V33 | b3b6 | - Of European or Caucasian origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V34 | b3b7 | - Of other ethnic origin? | discrete | numeric | Are any of the principal owners: |

V35 | b4a | What is the highest level of education of the top manager? | discrete | numeric | What is the highest level of education of the top manager? |

V36 | b4b | How many years of experience ... does the top manager have? | discrete | numeric | How many years has the top manager worked: In a managerial function in this sector? |

V37 | b4c | In what year did this establishment begin operations in this | discrete | numeric | In what year did this establishment begin operations in this country? |

V38 | c1a | - Manufacturing? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

V39 | c1b | - Services? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

V40 | c1c | - Other? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

V41 | c1cx | Specify: | discrete | character | In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

V42 | c2a1 | - Paid for before delivery? | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V43 | c2a2 | - Paid for on delivery? | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V44 | c2a3 | - Paid for after delivery? | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V45 | c2b | What % of total sales came from selling intermediate product | discrete | numeric | What percentage of this establishment’s total sales came from selling intermediate products and services used as inputs in purchasers’ production processes? |

V46 | c2c | What % of total payments received were non-cash payments thr | discrete | numeric | What percentage of the total payments you received were in the form of non-cash payments through the formal financial sector (checks, direct deposits, or credit cards)? |

V47 | c2e | Who was the principal buyer for establishment's output? | discrete | numeric | Who was the principal buyer for this establishment’s output? |

V48 | c3a1 | First: | discrete | character | In 2005, what were this establishment’s 2 main products represented by the largest proportion of annual sales? |

V49 | c3a2 | ISIC 1 | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what were this establishment’s 2 main products represented by the largest proportion of annual sales? |

V50 | c3a3 | Percentage of sales 1 | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what were this establishment’s 2 main products represented by the largest proportion of annual sales? |

V51 | c3b1 | Second: | discrete | character | |

V52 | c3b2 | ISIC 2 | discrete | numeric | |

V53 | c3b3 | Percentage of sales 2 | discrete | numeric | |

V54 | c4a | E-mail? | discrete | numeric | In its communications with clients and suppliers, does your establishment currently use: |

V55 | c4b | It's own website? | discrete | numeric | In its communications with clients and suppliers, does your establishment currently use: |

V56 | c4c | Cell phone(s)? | discrete | numeric | |

V57 | c6a | National sales | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V58 | c6b | Direct exports | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V59 | c6b1 | In what year did you begin exporting directly? | discrete | numeric | In what year did you begin exporting directly? |

V60 | c6c | Indirect exports | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

V61 | c6c1 | In what year did you begin exporting indirectly? | discrete | numeric | In what year did you begin exporting indirectly? |

V62 | d1a1 | - Of domestic origin? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s material inputs and/or supplies were: |

V63 | d1a2 | - Of foreign origin? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s material inputs and/or supplies were: |

V64 | d3a | - Paid for before delivery? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

V65 | d3b | - Paid for on delivery? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

V66 | d3c | - Paid for after delivery? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

V67 | d4a | Just prior to receiving ... how many days of inventory do yo | discrete | numeric | Just prior to receiving a delivery of your most important input, how many days of stock (days of production) does your establishment typically have on hand? |

V68 | d4b | For how many years have you known the primary supplier of ma | discrete | numeric | For how many years have you known the primary supplier of the main input used in 2005? |

V69 | e1b | How many hours per week did your establishment normally oper | discrete | numeric | How many hours per week did your establishment normally operate? |

V70 | f1a1 | Telecommunications | discrete | numeric | Do you think that the following present any obstacle to the current operations of your establishment? |

V71 | f1a2 | Electricity | discrete | numeric | Do you think that the following present any obstacle to the current operations of your establishment? |

V72 | f1a3 | Transportation | discrete | numeric | Do you think that the following present any obstacle to the current operations of your establishment? |

V73 | f1a4 | Access to land | discrete | numeric | |

V74 | f1a5 | Tax rates | discrete | numeric | |

V75 | f1a6 | Tax administration | discrete | numeric | |

V76 | f1a7 | Customs and Trade Regulations | discrete | numeric | |

V77 | f1a8 | Functioning of the courts | discrete | numeric | |

V78 | f1a9 | Labor Regulations | discrete | numeric | |

V79 | f1a10 | Inadequately educated workforce | discrete | numeric | |

V80 | f1a11 | Business licensing and Permits | discrete | numeric | |

V81 | f1a12 | Access to finance (availability and cost) | discrete | numeric | |

V82 | f1a13 | Political instability | discrete | numeric | |

V83 | f1a14 | Macroeconomic instability | discrete | numeric | |

V84 | f1a15 | Corruption | discrete | numeric | |

V85 | f1a16 | Crime, theft and disorder | discrete | numeric | |

V86 | f1a17 | Practices of competitors in the informal sector | discrete | numeric | |

V87 | f1b1 | The most serious obstacle | discrete | numeric | Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

V88 | f1b2 | The second most serious obstacle | discrete | numeric | Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

V89 | f1b3 | The third most serious obstacle | discrete | numeric | Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

V90 | g1a | an electrical connection? | discrete | numeric | Currently, does your establishment have: |

V91 | g1b | a water connection? | discrete | numeric | Currently, does your establishment have: |

V92 | g1c | toilet facilities connected to a public sewer? | discrete | numeric | Currently, does your establishment have: |

V93 | g1d | a mainline telephone connection? | discrete | numeric | Currently, does your establishment have: |

V94 | g1a1 | Power outages? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment experience: |

V95 | g1b1 | Insufficient water supply for production? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment experience: |

V96 | g1a2 | How many times in a typical month - power outages? | discrete | numeric | How many times in a typical month? |

V97 | g1b2 | How many times in a typical month - insufficient water suppl | discrete | numeric | How many times in a typical month? |

V98 | g1a3 | How long - power outages? | discrete | numeric | How long did each occurrence last on average? |

V99 | g1b3 | How long - insufficient water supply? | discrete | numeric | How long did each occurrence last on average? |

V100 | g1a4 | Total loss as a % of annual sales? | discrete | numeric | What were your total losses for the year as a result, Power outages? |

V101 | g1a5 | Total loss as a total amount? | discrete | numeric | What were your total losses for the year as a result, Power outages? |

V102 | g1u1 | Last month, did your establishment experience power outages? | discrete | numeric | Last month, did your establishment experience power outages? |

V103 | g1u2 | - If yes, how many times? | discrete | numeric | Last month, did your establishment experience power outages? If yes, how many times? |

V104 | g4a | In 2005, did your establishment own or share a generator? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment own or share a generator? |

V105 | g4b | If yes, what percentage of your electricity came from... | discrete | numeric | If yes, what percentage of your electricity came from your owned or shared generator(s)? |

V106 | g4u1 | Last month, did your establishment own or share a generator? | discrete | numeric | Last month, did your establishment own or share a generator? |

V107 | g4u2 | What percentage of your electricity came from... | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your electricity came from your owned or shared generator(s)? |

V108 | g4u3 | At current tariff rates and fuel prices, is it more or less | discrete | numeric | At current tariff rates and fuel prices, is it more or less expensive for you to generate power using your generator rather than to use power from the grid (when available)? |

V109 | g4u4 | If 1 or 3, how much more or less expensive is it to use... | discrete | numeric | If 1 or 3, how much more or less expensive is it to use power from your generator than to use power from the grid? |

V110 | g5 | in 2005, what percentage of your establishment's water suppl | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of your establishment's water supply, used in the production process, was from public sources? |

V111 | g6a | In 2005, did your establishment use its own transport to mak | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment use its own transport to make shipments to its customers? |

V112 | g6b | If yes, what percentage, in terms of shipment value, was tra | discrete | numeric | If yes, what percentage, in terms of shipment value, was transported by your own transportation? |

V113 | g7a | In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipm | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipments to clients was lost while in transit due to: Breakage or spoilage? |

V114 | g7b | In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipm | discrete | numeric | In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipments to clients was lost while in transit due to: Theft? |

V115 | g8a | In 2005, did this establishment pay for security? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment pay for security (equipment, personnel, or professional security services)? |

V116 | g8b1 | If yes, how much was spent as total annual cost? | discrete | numeric | If yes, how much was spent? (calculated as total annual cost or as a percentage of annual sales) |

V117 | g8b2 | If yes, how much was spent as a percentage of annual sales? | discrete | numeric | If yes, how much was spent? (calculated as total annual cost or as a percentage of annual sales) |

V118 | g9a | In 2005, did this establishment experience losses as a resul | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment experience losses as a result of theft, robbery, vandalism or arson? |

V119 | g9b1 | If yes, what were the estimated losses as the total annual v | discrete | numeric | If yes, what were the estimated losses? (calculated as the total annual value or as a percentage of annual sales) |

V120 | g9b2 | If yes, what were the estimated losses as a percentage of an | discrete | numeric | If yes, what were the estimated losses? (calculated as the total annual value or as a percentage of annual sales) |

V121 | g10a | Currently, is this establishment's main business location th | discrete | numeric | Currently, is this establishment’s main business location the owner’s house? |

V122 | g10b | Is it in a permanent non-movable structure? | discrete | numeric | Is it in a permanent non-movable structure? |

V123 | g10c | Over the last 12 months, has this establishment had to chang | discrete | numeric | Over the last 12 months, has the establishment had to change location due to a lack of secure title to its land or buildings (i.e. it has been forced out by officials, landlord, others with a claim)? |

V124 | h1a | Fair, impartial and uncorrupted | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following characteristics of the court system when resolving business disputes? |

V125 | h1b | Quick | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following characteristics of the court system when resolving business disputes? |

V126 | h1c | Affordable | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following characteristics of the court system when resolving business disputes? |

V127 | h1d | Able to enforce its decision | discrete | numeric | |

V128 | h2a | In the last 2 years, did your establishment have a payment d | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did your establishment have a payment dispute over payments owed to it in which a third party (such as arbiters, collecting agency or judicial system) was involved? |

V129 | h2b | If yes, was the court system used to resolve it? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was the court system used to resolve it? |

V130 | i1a | Over the last 12 months, in a typical week, what percentage | discrete | numeric | Over the last 12 months, in a typical week, what percentage of total senior management's time was spent in dealing with requirements imposed by government regulations? |

V131 | i1b1 | Government officials' interpretations of the laws and regula | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Government officials’ interpretations of the laws and regulations affecting this establishment are consistent and predictable |

V132 | i1b2 | It is common for establishments in this line of business to | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? It is common for establishments in this line of business to have to pay informal payments/gifts to get things done with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, etc. |

V133 | i1b3 | Establishments in this line of business know in advance abou | discrete | numeric | To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Establishments in this line of business know in advance about how much this informal payment/gift is to get things done. |

V134 | i1c1 | We've heard that establishments... what % of total annual sa | discrete | numeric | We’ve heard that establishments are sometimes required to make gifts or informal payments to public officials to "get things done" with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, services etc. On average, what percentage of total annual sales, or estimated annual value, do establishments like this one pay in informal payments/gifts to public officials for this purpose? |

V135 | i1c2 | We've heard that establishments... estimated annual value? | discrete | numeric | We've heard that establishments are sometimes required to make gifts or informal payments to public officials to "get things done" with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, services etc. On average, what percentage of total annual sales, or estimated annual value, do establishments like this one pay in informal payments/gifts to public officials for this purpose? |

V136 | i1d | When establishments like this one do business with the gover | discrete | numeric | When establishments like this one do business with the government, what percentage of the contract value would typically be paid in informal payments/gifts to secure the contract? |

V137 | i2a1 | A mainline telephone connection | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V138 | i2a2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V139 | i2a3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V140 | i2b1 | An electrical connection | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V141 | i2b2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V142 | i2b3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V143 | i2c1 | A water connection | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V144 | i2c2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V145 | i2c3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V146 | i2d1 | A construction related permit | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V147 | i2d2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V148 | i2d3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V149 | i2e1 | An import license | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V150 | i2e2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V151 | i2e3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V152 | i2f1 | An operating license | discrete | numeric | In the last 2 years, did you request: |

V153 | i2f2 | How many days | discrete | numeric | If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

V154 | i2f3 | was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested? | discrete | numeric | If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

V155 | i3a | Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, | discrete | numeric | Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? |

V156 | i3b | If yes, how many times? | discrete | numeric | Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? If yes, how many times? |

V157 | i3c | In any of these visits, inspections or meetings, was a gift | discrete | numeric | Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? In any of these visits, inspections or meetings, was a gift or informal payment expected/requested? |

V158 | i4 | What percentage of total annual sales would you estimate a t | discrete | numeric | What percentage of total annual sales would you estimate a typical establishment in your sector of activity reports for tax purposes? |

V159 | i5a | Has this firm obtained approval for or registered its name w | discrete | numeric | Has this firm obtained approval for or registered its name with the Office of the Registrar or other government institution responsible for approving company names? |

V160 | i5b | Has this firm registered with the Office of the Registrar, t | discrete | numeric | Has this firm registered with the Office of the Registrar, the local courts, or other government institutions responsible for commercial registration? |

V161 | i5c | Has this firm obtained or trade license or otherwise registe | discrete | numeric | Has this firm obtained an operating or trade license or otherwise registered for a general business license with any municipal agency? |

V162 | i5d | Has this firm registered with or obtained a tax identificati | discrete | numeric | Has this firm registered with or obtained a tax identification number from the tax administration or other agency responsible for tax registration? |

V163 | i6a | Difficulty of getting information on what you need to do to | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Difficulty of getting information on what you need to do to register |

V164 | i6b | Time to complete registration procedures | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Time to complete registration procedures |

V165 | i6c | Financial cost of completing registration precedures | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Financial cost of completing registration procedures |

V166 | i6d | Minimum capital requirements for registered enterprises in m | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Minimum capital requirements for registered enterprises in my sector |

V167 | i6e | Financial burden of taxes on registered enterprises | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Financial burden of taxes on registered enterprises |

V168 | i6f | Administrative burden of complying with all tax laws for reg | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Administrative burden of complying with all tax laws for registered enterprises |

V169 | i6g | Other administrative burdens imposed on registered businesse | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Other administrative burdens imposed on registered businesses (e.g. inspections and meetings with government officials) |

V170 | i6h | Strict labor market rules that registered businesses must co | discrete | numeric | Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Strict labor market rules that registered businesses must comply with |

V171 | j1 | How many full-time employees did this establishment employ w | discrete | numeric | How many full-time employees did this establishment employ when it started operations? |

V172 | j2a | Total number of employees at the end of 2005 | discrete | numeric | Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: |

V173 | j2b | Of which total number of females | discrete | numeric | Please describe the full-time paid workforce of your establishment: Total number of employees at the end of 2005 |

V174 | j2c | Total number of employees at the end of 2002 | discrete | numeric | Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: |

V175 | j2d | What was the average monthly compensation per employee... | discrete | numeric | Approximately, in 2005, what was the average monthly compensation per employee, including benefits when applicable, for each type of paid full-time worker? |

V176 | j2e | What percentage of the total payments that your establishmen | discrete | numeric | Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: In 2005, what percentage of the total payments that your establishment made to your employees were in the form of non-cash payments through the formal financial sector (ex. checks, direct deposits, or credit card)? |

V177 | j4a | At the end of 2005, how many part-time workers did you emplo | discrete | numeric | At the end of 2005, how many part-time workers did you employ? |

V178 | j4b | At the end of 2005, how many unpaid workers did you employ? | discrete | numeric | At the end of 2005, how many unpaid full-time workers did you employ? |

V179 | j4c | At the end of 2005, how many family members of the owners di | discrete | numeric | At the end of 2005, how many family members of the owners did you employ? |

V180 | j5 | What percentage of the total workforce would you estimate th | discrete | numeric | What percentage of the total workforce would you estimate the typical establishment in your line of business declares for tax purposes? |

V181 | j6a | How did this establishment find its most recent employee? | discrete | numeric | How did this establishment find its most recent employee? |

V182 | j6ax | Other (Specify) | discrete | character | How did this establishment find its most recent employee? |

V183 | j6b | What percentage of your workforce is currently unionized? | discrete | numeric | What percentage of your workforce is currently unionized? |

V184 | j6c | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about h | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? |

V185 | j6d | If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Hired workers? |

V186 | j6e | If yes, how many? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? Hired workers? If yes, how many? |

V187 | j6f | If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Fired workers? |

V188 | j6g | If yes, how many? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Fired workers? If yes, how many? |

V189 | j8a | What is the average educational attainment of a typical prod | discrete | numeric | What is the average educational attainment of a typical production worker employed in your establishment? |

V190 | j8b | In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs for its permanent, full-time employees? |

V191 | j8c1 | If yes, production workers | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs for its permanent, full-time employees? |

V192 | j9a | HIV prevention messages | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment undertake any of the following activities to prevent HIV/AIDS among employees? |

V193 | j9b | Free condom distribution | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment undertake any of the following activities to prevent HIV/AIDS among employees? |

V194 | j9c | Anonymous HIV testing | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did your establishment undertake any of the following activities to prevent HIV/AIDS among employees? |

V195 | j10a | High absenteeism among workers du to sickness | discrete | numeric | In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

V196 | j10b | High absenteeism among workers who need to care for family m | discrete | numeric | In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

V197 | j10c | High absenteeism among workers due to HIV/AIDS | discrete | numeric | In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

V198 | j10d | High absenteeism among workers who need to care for family m | discrete | numeric | In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

V199 | k1a | In 2005, did this establishment have its annual financial st | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment have its annual financial statements checked and certified by an external auditor? |

V200 | k1b | Does this establishment currently have a checking/saving acc | discrete | numeric | Does this establishment currently have a checking and/or saving account? |

V201 | k1c1 | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage | discrete | numeric | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Own |

V202 | k1c2 | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage | discrete | numeric | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Lease |

V203 | k1c3 | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage | discrete | numeric | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Other |

V204 | k1c3x | Other (Specify) | discrete | character | Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Other (specify) |

V205 | k2a | Does your establishment have an overdraft facility? | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment have an overdraft facility? |

V206 | k2b | If yes, what is the average annual interest rate? | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment have an overdraft facility? If yes, what is the average annual interest rate? |

V207 | k3a | Did you purchase Fixed assets in 2005? | discrete | numeric | Did you purchase Fixed assets in 2005? |

V208 | k3a1 | Internal funds/Retained earnings | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V209 | k3a2 | Internal funds/Retained earnings | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V210 | k3b1 | Borrowed from Private commercial banks | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V211 | k3b2 | Borrowed from Private commercial banks | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V212 | k3c1 | Borrowed from state-owned banks and/or government agency | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V213 | k3c2 | Borrowed from state-owned banks and/or government agency | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V214 | k3d1 | Borrowed from non-bank financial institutions | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V215 | k3d2 | Borrowed from non-bank financial institutions | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V216 | k3e1 | Purchases on credit from suppliers and advances from custome | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V217 | k3e2 | Purchases on credit from suppliers and advances from custome | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V218 | k3f1 | Borrowed from family/friends | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V219 | k3f2 | Borrowed from family/friends | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V220 | k3g1 | Borrowed from informal sources (e.g. moneylenders) | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V221 | k3g2 | Borrowed from informal sources (e.g. moneylenders) | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V222 | k3h2 | Issued new equity (shares) | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V223 | k3i2 | Issued new debt (including commerciall paper and debentures) | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V224 | k3j1 | Other Working capital | discrete | numeric | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V225 | k3j1x | Other Working Capital (Specify) | discrete | character | For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: |

V226 | k3j2 | Other Fixed assets | discrete | numeric | Purchases of fixed assets |

V227 | k3j2x | Other Fixed assets (Specify) | discrete | character | Purchases of fixed assets |

V228 | k4a | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or l | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? |

V229 | k4b | Is it a line of credit or a loan? | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: |

V230 | k4c | What year was it approved? | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: |

V231 | k4d | What ws the amount at the time of approval? | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: |

V232 | k4e | What is the average annual interest rate? | discrete | numeric | |

V233 | k4f | What is the total duration (term) in months? | discrete | numeric | |

V234 | k4g | What is the name of the financial institutions that granted. | discrete | character | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: What is the name of the financial institution that granted the line of credit or the loan? |

V235 | k4h | What type of financial institution | discrete | numeric | Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: What type of financial institution granted the line of credit or the loan? |

V236 | k4i | Did your financial institution require collateral? | discrete | numeric | Did your financial institution require collateral? |

V237 | k4j1 | Land, buildings | discrete | numeric | Did your financial institution require collateral? If yes, which of the following assets were required as collateral: |

V238 | k4j2 | Machinery and equipment including movables | discrete | numeric | Did your financial institution require collateral? If yes, which of the following assets were required as collateral: |

V239 | k4j3 | Accounts receivable and inventories | discrete | numeric | Did your financial institution require collateral? If yes, which of the following assets were required as collateral: |

V240 | k4j4 | Personal assets of owner (house, etc.) | discrete | numeric | |

V241 | k4j5 | Other | discrete | numeric | |

V242 | k4j5x | Other (specify) | discrete | character | |

V243 | k4k | What was the approximate value of the collateral required... | discrete | numeric | Did your financial institution require collateral? If yes, what was the approximate value of the collateral required as a percentage of the amount of the loan or line of credit? |

V244 | k5a | In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? |

V245 | k5b | How many applications were submitted? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? If yes, how many applications were submitted? |

V246 | k5c | How many of those applications were rejected? | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? How many of those applications were rejected? |

V247 | k5d | What was the most common reason given by the lender... | discrete | numeric | In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? What was the most common reason given by the lender for those rejections? |

V248 | k6 | If your establishment did not apply for a line of credit or | discrete | numeric | If your establishment did not apply for a line of credit or a loan, what was the main reason? |

V249 | l1a | What were the total sales of your establishments Last Month | contin | numeric | What were the total sales of your establishment in: Last month |

V250 | l1b | What were the total sales of your establishments 2005 | contin | numeric | What were the total sales of your establishment in: 2005 |

V251 | l2a | total cost of raw materials and intermediate goods used in p | contin | numeric | Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of raw materials and intermediate goods used in production |

V252 | l2b | Total cost of labor | contin | numeric | Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of labor, including wages, salaries and bonuses and social payments |

V253 | l2d | Total cost of rental of land/builidngs, equipment, furniture | contin | numeric | Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of rental of land/buildings, equipment, furniture |

V254 | l3a | Electricity | discrete | numeric | Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: |

V255 | l4a | Machinery, vehicles and equipment (new and or used) | discrete | numeric | In 2005, how much did your establishment spend on purchases of: |

V256 | l4b | Land and buildings | discrete | numeric | In 2005, how much did your establishment spend on purchases of: |

V257 | l6a | All machinery, vehicules and equipment that you use (whether | discrete | numeric | In 2005, if you had needed to purchase the following in its condition at that time, how much would it have cost? All machinery, vehicles and equipment that you use (whether you own it or not) |

V258 | l6b | All land and buildings that you use (whether you own it or n | contin | numeric | In 2005, if you had needed to purchase the following in its condition at that time, how much would it have cost? All land and buildings that you use (whether you own it or not) |

V259 | endmonth | Month (MM) | discrete | numeric | |

V260 | endday | Day (DD) | discrete | numeric | |

V261 | endhour | Hour | discrete | numeric | |

V262 | endmin | Minutes | discrete | numeric | |

V263 | endampm | AM/PM | discrete | character | |

V264 | m1 | Opinions and perceptions | discrete | numeric | I perceive the answers to questions regarding opinions and perceptions to be: |

V265 | m2 | Figures | discrete | numeric | The answers to questions regarding figures (productivity and employment numbers): |

V266 | m3a | Questionnaire was completed in | discrete | numeric | This questionnaire was completed in: |

V267 | m3b1 | if 2 or 3, estimate the duration of the whole interview - Ho | discrete | numeric | If 2 or 3 in m3a, estimate the duration of the whole interview |

V268 | m3b2 | if 2 or 3, estimate the duration of the whole interview - Mi | discrete | numeric | If 2 or 3 in m3a, estimate the duration of the whole interview |

V269 | comments | Comments | discrete | character | |

V270 | commen_a | Comments 2 | discrete | character |

IDQuest
(idquest)
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(country)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-13 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

(idstd)
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Country name
(countryn)
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Discrete Format: character Width: 6 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Callback
(callback)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

City
(city)
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Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 7 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Region
(reg)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Interviewer
(intcode)
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Industry
(industry)
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Sample stratum
(sampstra)
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Screener stratum
(screenst)
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Stratum Match
(stratmat)
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Part of a larger firm?
(multiest)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Does your establishment maintain financial information ... ?
(fins)
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Supervisor
(super)
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Month
(startmon)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Day
(startday)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Hour
(starthou)
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Minutes
(startmin)
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AM/PM
(startamp)
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Discrete Format: character Width: 2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Current legal status
(b1)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What is the current legal status of your firm? |

Other (legal status)
(b1x)
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Discrete Format: character Width: 3 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What is the current legal status of your firm? |

% - private domestic individuals, companies or orgs
(b2a)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

% - private foreign individuals, companies or orgs
(b2b)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

Govn't/State
(b2c)
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What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

Other
(b2d)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What percentage of your firm is owned by: |

What percentage does the largest shareholder(s) own?
(b3a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of this firm does the largest shareholder(s) own? |

- Female?
(b3b1)
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Literal question | |

Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of African origin?
(b3b2)
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Literal question | |

Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of Indian origin?
(b3b3)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of Lebanese or Middle Eastern origin?
(b3b4)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of other Asian origin?
(b3b5)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of European or Caucasian origin?
(b3b6)
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Are any of the principal owners: |

- Of other ethnic origin?
(b3b7)
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Are any of the principal owners: |

What is the highest level of education of the top manager?
(b4a)
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Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

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What is the highest level of education of the top manager? |

How many years of experience ... does the top manager have?
(b4b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How many years has the top manager worked: In a managerial function in this sector? |

In what year did this establishment begin operations in this
(b4c)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In what year did this establishment begin operations in this country? |

- Manufacturing?
(c1a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

- Services?
(c1b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

- Other?
(c1c)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

Specify:
(c1cx)
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Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 3 | Valid cases: 1 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of this establishment’s sales came from the following activities: |

- Paid for before delivery?
(c2a1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

- Paid for on delivery?
(c2a2)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

- Paid for after delivery?
(c2a3)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

What % of total sales came from selling intermediate product
(c2b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of this establishment’s total sales came from selling intermediate products and services used as inputs in purchasers’ production processes? |

What % of total payments received were non-cash payments thr
(c2c)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of the total payments you received were in the form of non-cash payments through the formal financial sector (checks, direct deposits, or credit cards)? |

Who was the principal buyer for establishment's output?
(c2e)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Who was the principal buyer for this establishment’s output? |

First:
(c3a1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 27 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

ISIC 1
(c3a2)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Percentage of sales 1
(c3a3)
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Literal question | |

Second:
(c3b1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 35 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

ISIC 2
(c3b2)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Percentage of sales 2
(c3b3)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

E-mail?
(c4a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In its communications with clients and suppliers, does your establishment currently use: |

It's own website?
(c4b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In its communications with clients and suppliers, does your establishment currently use: |

Cell phone(s)?
(c4c)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

National sales
(c6a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

Direct exports
(c6b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

In what year did you begin exporting directly?
(c6b1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In what year did you begin exporting directly? |

Indirect exports
(c6c)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s sales were: |

In what year did you begin exporting indirectly?
(c6c1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In what year did you begin exporting indirectly? |

- Of domestic origin?
(d1a1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s material inputs and/or supplies were: |

- Of foreign origin?
(d1a2)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment’s material inputs and/or supplies were: |

- Paid for before delivery?
(d3a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

- Paid for on delivery?
(d3b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

- Paid for after delivery?
(d3c)
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Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of total annual purchases of material inputs or services, were: |

Just prior to receiving ... how many days of inventory do yo
(d4a)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Just prior to receiving a delivery of your most important input, how many days of stock (days of production) does your establishment typically have on hand? |

For how many years have you known the primary supplier of ma
(d4b)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

For how many years have you known the primary supplier of the main input used in 2005? |

How many hours per week did your establishment normally oper
(e1b)
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Literal question | |

How many hours per week did your establishment normally operate? |

Telecommunications
(f1a1)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Electricity
(f1a2)
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Literal question | |

Transportation
(f1a3)
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Literal question | |

Access to land
(f1a4)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

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Type:
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Literal question | |

Tax rates
(f1a5)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Tax administration
(f1a6)
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Literal question | |

Customs and Trade Regulations
(f1a7)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Functioning of the courts
(f1a8)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Labor Regulations
(f1a9)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Inadequately educated workforce
(f1a10)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Business licensing and Permits
(f1a11)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Access to finance (availability and cost)
(f1a12)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Political instability
(f1a13)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Macroeconomic instability
(f1a14)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Corruption
(f1a15)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Crime, theft and disorder
(f1a16)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Practices of competitors in the informal sector
(f1a17)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

The most serious obstacle
(f1b1)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

The second most serious obstacle
(f1b2)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

The third most serious obstacle
(f1b3)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

Among all of the above issues, please indicate which one constitutes: |

an electrical connection?
(g1a)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, does your establishment have: |

a water connection?
(g1b)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, does your establishment have: |

toilet facilities connected to a public sewer?
(g1c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, does your establishment have: |

a mainline telephone connection?
(g1d)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, does your establishment have: |

Power outages?
(g1a1)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did your establishment experience: |

Insufficient water supply for production?
(g1b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did your establishment experience: |

How many times in a typical month - power outages?
(g1a2)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

How many times in a typical month? |

How many times in a typical month - insufficient water suppl
(g1b2)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How many times in a typical month? |

How long - power outages?
(g1a3)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How long did each occurrence last on average? |

How long - insufficient water supply?
(g1b3)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

How long did each occurrence last on average? |

Total loss as a % of annual sales?
(g1a4)
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Type:
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Literal question | |

What were your total losses for the year as a result, Power outages? |

Total loss as a total amount?
(g1a5)
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Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 6 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What were your total losses for the year as a result, Power outages? |

Last month, did your establishment experience power outages?
(g1u1)
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Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-7 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

ASK ONLY IF THE ESTABLISHMENT HAS AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTION | |

Literal question | |

Last month, did your establishment experience power outages? |

- If yes, how many times?
(g1u2)
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Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -88-40 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

ASK ONLY IF THE ESTABLISHMENT HAS AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTION | |

Literal question | |

Last month, did your establishment experience power outages? If yes, how many times? |

In 2005, did your establishment own or share a generator?
(g4a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did your establishment own or share a generator? |

If yes, what percentage of your electricity came from...
(g4b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, what percentage of your electricity came from your owned or shared generator(s)? |

Last month, did your establishment own or share a generator?
(g4u1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Last month, did your establishment own or share a generator? |

What percentage of your electricity came from...
(g4u2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 Range: -44-100 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of your electricity came from your owned or shared generator(s)? |

At current tariff rates and fuel prices, is it more or less
(g4u3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-3 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

At current tariff rates and fuel prices, is it more or less expensive for you to generate power using your generator rather than to use power from the grid (when available)? |

If 1 or 3, how much more or less expensive is it to use...
(g4u4)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 Range: -88-400 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If 1 or 3, how much more or less expensive is it to use power from your generator than to use power from the grid? |

in 2005, what percentage of your establishment's water suppl
(g5)
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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of your establishment's water supply, used in the production process, was from public sources? |

In 2005, did your establishment use its own transport to mak
(g6a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did your establishment use its own transport to make shipments to its customers? |

If yes, what percentage, in terms of shipment value, was tra
(g6b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, what percentage, in terms of shipment value, was transported by your own transportation? |

In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipm
(g7a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipments to clients was lost while in transit due to: Breakage or spoilage? |

In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipm
(g7b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, what percentage of the value of your domestic shipments to clients was lost while in transit due to: Theft? |

In 2005, did this establishment pay for security?
(g8a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment pay for security (equipment, personnel, or professional security services)? |

If yes, how much was spent as total annual cost?
(g8b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 7 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how much was spent? (calculated as total annual cost or as a percentage of annual sales) |

If yes, how much was spent as a percentage of annual sales?
(g8b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how much was spent? (calculated as total annual cost or as a percentage of annual sales) |

In 2005, did this establishment experience losses as a resul
(g9a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment experience losses as a result of theft, robbery, vandalism or arson? |

If yes, what were the estimated losses as the total annual v
(g9b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 7 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 99 Invalid: 1 |

Literal question | |

If yes, what were the estimated losses? (calculated as the total annual value or as a percentage of annual sales) |

If yes, what were the estimated losses as a percentage of an
(g9b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, is this establishment's main business location th
(g10a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Currently, is this establishment’s main business location the owner’s house? |

Is it in a permanent non-movable structure?
(g10b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Is it in a permanent non-movable structure? |

Over the last 12 months, has this establishment had to chang
(g10c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Over the last 12 months, has the establishment had to change location due to a lack of secure title to its land or buildings (i.e. it has been forced out by officials, landlord, others with a claim)? |

Fair, impartial and uncorrupted
(h1a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Business disputes: Matters of payment for goods or services, liability and property right enforcement. Labor disputes are not included. |

Quick
(h1b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Business disputes: Matters of payment for goods or services, liability and property right enforcement. Labor disputes are not included. |

Affordable
(h1c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Business disputes: Matters of payment for goods or services, liability and property right enforcement. Labor disputes are not included. |

Able to enforce its decision
(h1d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Interviewer instructions | |

In the last 2 years, did your establishment have a payment d
(h2a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did your establishment have a payment dispute over payments owed to it in which a third party (such as arbiters, collecting agency or judicial system) was involved? |

If yes, was the court system used to resolve it?
(h2b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was the court system used to resolve it? |

Over the last 12 months, in a typical week, what percentage
(i1a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Over the last 12 months, in a typical week, what percentage of total senior management's time was spent in dealing with requirements imposed by government regulations? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Senior Management: Managers, directors, and officers above direct supervisors of production/sales workers. Government regulations: For example : taxes, customs, labor regulations, licensing and registration, including dealings with officials and completing forms. |

Government officials' interpretations of the laws and regula
(i1b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Government officials’ interpretations of the laws and regulations affecting this establishment are consistent and predictable |

It is common for establishments in this line of business to
(i1b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? It is common for establishments in this line of business to have to pay informal payments/gifts to get things done with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, etc. |

Establishments in this line of business know in advance abou
(i1b3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements? Establishments in this line of business know in advance about how much this informal payment/gift is to get things done. |

We've heard that establishments... what % of total annual sa
(i1c1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

We’ve heard that establishments are sometimes required to make gifts or informal payments to public officials to "get things done" with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, services etc. On average, what percentage of total annual sales, or estimated annual value, do establishments like this one pay in informal payments/gifts to public officials for this purpose? |

We've heard that establishments... estimated annual value?
(i1c2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 6 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

We've heard that establishments are sometimes required to make gifts or informal payments to public officials to "get things done" with regard to customs, taxes, licenses, regulations, services etc. On average, what percentage of total annual sales, or estimated annual value, do establishments like this one pay in informal payments/gifts to public officials for this purpose? |

When establishments like this one do business with the gover
(i1d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

When establishments like this one do business with the government, what percentage of the contract value would typically be paid in informal payments/gifts to secure the contract? |

A mainline telephone connection
(i2a1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2a2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2a3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

An electrical connection
(i2b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2b3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

A water connection
(i2c1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2c2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2c3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

A construction related permit
(i2d1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2d2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2d3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

An import license
(i2e1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2e2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2e3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

An operating license
(i2f1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the last 2 years, did you request: |

How many days
(i2f2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, how many days did it take to obtain? |

was a gift or informal payment ever expected or requested?
(i2f3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If yes, was a gift or informal payment ever expected/requested? |

Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by,
(i3a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

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Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? |

If yes, how many times?
(i3b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? If yes, how many times? |

In any of these visits, inspections or meetings, was a gift
(i3c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Over the last 12 months, was this establishment visited by, inspected by, or required to meet with tax officials? In any of these visits, inspections or meetings, was a gift or informal payment expected/requested? |

What percentage of total annual sales would you estimate a t
(i4)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of total annual sales would you estimate a typical establishment in your sector of activity reports for tax purposes? |

Has this firm obtained approval for or registered its name w
(i5a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Has this firm obtained approval for or registered its name with the Office of the Registrar or other government institution responsible for approving company names? |

Has this firm registered with the Office of the Registrar, t
(i5b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Has this firm registered with the Office of the Registrar, the local courts, or other government institutions responsible for commercial registration? |

Has this firm obtained or trade license or otherwise registe
(i5c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Has this firm obtained an operating or trade license or otherwise registered for a general business license with any municipal agency? |

Has this firm registered with or obtained a tax identificati
(i5d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Has this firm registered with or obtained a tax identification number from the tax administration or other agency responsible for tax registration? |

Difficulty of getting information on what you need to do to
(i6a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Difficulty of getting information on what you need to do to register |

Time to complete registration procedures
(i6b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Time to complete registration procedures |

Financial cost of completing registration precedures
(i6c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Financial cost of completing registration procedures |

Minimum capital requirements for registered enterprises in m
(i6d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Minimum capital requirements for registered enterprises in my sector |

Financial burden of taxes on registered enterprises
(i6e)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Financial burden of taxes on registered enterprises |

Administrative burden of complying with all tax laws for reg
(i6f)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Administrative burden of complying with all tax laws for registered enterprises |

Other administrative burdens imposed on registered businesse
(i6g)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Other administrative burdens imposed on registered businesses (e.g. inspections and meetings with government officials) |

Strict labor market rules that registered businesses must co
(i6h)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 Range: -99-5 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Whether this establishment is registered or not, do you think that the following present any obstacle with respect to registering a business? Strict labor market rules that registered businesses must comply with |

How many full-time employees did this establishment employ w
(j1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How many full-time employees did this establishment employ when it started operations? |

Total number of employees at the end of 2005
(j2a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

Of which total number of females
(j2b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Range: 0-4 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Please describe the full-time paid workforce of your establishment: Total number of employees at the end of 2005 |

Total number of employees at the end of 2002
(j2c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

What was the average monthly compensation per employee...
(j2d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 6 Decimals: 0 Range: 5000-170000 Invalid: -88, -66 | Valid cases: 95 Invalid: 5 Minimum: 30000 Maximum: 620000 Mean: 160473.7 Standard deviation: 109457.3 |

Literal question | |

Approximately, in 2005, what was the average monthly compensation per employee, including benefits when applicable, for each type of paid full-time worker? |

What percentage of the total payments that your establishmen
(j2e)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Please describe the full-time permanent workforce of your establishment: In 2005, what percentage of the total payments that your establishment made to your employees were in the form of non-cash payments through the formal financial sector (ex. checks, direct deposits, or credit card)? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

At the end of 2005, how many part-time workers did you emplo
(j4a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

At the end of 2005, how many part-time workers did you employ? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

At the end of 2005, how many unpaid workers did you employ?
(j4b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 Range: 0-20 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

At the end of 2005, how many unpaid full-time workers did you employ? |

At the end of 2005, how many family members of the owners di
(j4c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 Range: 0-3 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

At the end of 2005, how many family members of the owners did you employ? |

What percentage of the total workforce would you estimate th
(j5)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of the total workforce would you estimate the typical establishment in your line of business declares for tax purposes? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

How did this establishment find its most recent employee?
(j6a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How did this establishment find its most recent employee? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

Other (Specify)
(j6ax)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 25 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

How did this establishment find its most recent employee? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

What percentage of your workforce is currently unionized?
(j6b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What percentage of your workforce is currently unionized? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about h
(j6c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations,
(j6d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Hired workers? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

If yes, how many?
(j6e)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? Hired workers? If yes, how many? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations,
(j6f)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Fired workers? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

If yes, how many?
(j6g)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did labor regulations affect your decisions about hiring or firing permanent employees in a significant way? If yes, if you had not had to comply with labor regulations, would you have: Fired workers? If yes, how many? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

What is the average educational attainment of a typical prod
(j8a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What is the average educational attainment of a typical production worker employed in your establishment? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs
(j8b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs for its permanent, full-time employees? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

If yes, production workers
(j8c1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment run formal training programs for its permanent, full-time employees? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Skilled production workers: Persons involved directly in the production process or at a supervisor level and whom management considers to be skilled. Unskilled production workers: Persons involved in production processes but whom management considers to be unskilled. Non production workers: Management, professional, support, administrative, sale employees and others. Temporary/seasonal workforce: All paid short-term (i.e. for less than a fiscal year) employees that work 8 or more hours per day with no guarantee of renewal of employment contract). Permanent workforce: All paid employees that work 8 or more hours per day and that are contracted for a term of one or more fiscal years and/or have a guaranteed renewal of their employment contract. Part-time workers: All paid workers that work less than 8 hours per day. |

HIV prevention messages
(j9a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Free condom distribution
(j9b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Anonymous HIV testing
(j9c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

High absenteeism among workers du to sickness
(j10a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

High absenteeism among workers who need to care for family m
(j10b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

High absenteeism among workers due to HIV/AIDS
(j10c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

High absenteeism among workers who need to care for family m
(j10d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In the past 24 months, has your workforce been affected in any of the following ways: |

In 2005, did this establishment have its annual financial st
(k1a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment have its annual financial statements checked and certified by an external auditor? |

Does this establishment currently have a checking/saving acc
(k1b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does this establishment currently have a checking and/or saving account? |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage
(k1c1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Own |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage
(k1c2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Lease |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage
(k1c3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Other |

Other (Specify)
(k1c3x)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 17 | Valid cases: 99 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Of the land occupied by this establishment, what percentage does it: Other (specify) |

Does your establishment have an overdraft facility?
(k2a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does your establishment have an overdraft facility? |

If yes, what is the average annual interest rate?
(k2b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does your establishment have an overdraft facility? If yes, what is the average annual interest rate? |

Did you purchase Fixed assets in 2005?
(k3a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Did you purchase Fixed assets in 2005? | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Internal funds/Retained earnings
(k3a1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Internal funds/Retained earnings
(k3a2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from Private commercial banks
(k3b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from Private commercial banks
(k3b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from state-owned banks and/or government agency
(k3c1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from state-owned banks and/or government agency
(k3c2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from non-bank financial institutions
(k3d1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from non-bank financial institutions
(k3d2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Purchases on credit from suppliers and advances from custome
(k3e1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Purchases on credit from suppliers and advances from custome
(k3e2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from family/friends
(k3f1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from family/friends
(k3f2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from informal sources (e.g. moneylenders)
(k3g1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Borrowed from informal sources (e.g. moneylenders)
(k3g2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Issued new equity (shares)
(k3h2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Issued new debt (including commerciall paper and debentures)
(k3i2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Other Working capital
(k3j1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Other Working Capital (Specify)
(k3j1x)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 26 | Valid cases: 99 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

For 2005, please estimate the proportion of financing from the sources below for: | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Other Fixed assets
(k3j2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Other Fixed assets (Specify)
(k3j2x)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 3 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Purchases of fixed assets | |

Interviewer instructions | |

Current assets: Inventory, accounts receivable and cash accounts Fixed assets: Machinery, vehicles, equipment, land, or buildings |

Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or l
(k4a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? |

Is it a line of credit or a loan?
(k4b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What year was it approved?
(k4c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 4 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What ws the amount at the time of approval?
(k4d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 9 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What is the average annual interest rate?
(k4e)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What is the total duration (term) in months?
(k4f)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What is the name of the financial institutions that granted.
(k4g)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 29 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: What is the name of the financial institution that granted the line of credit or the loan? |

What type of financial institution
(k4h)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Does your establishment currently have a line of credit or loan from a financial institution? If yes, for the most recent line of credit or loan which is still current: What type of financial institution granted the line of credit or the loan? |

Did your financial institution require collateral?
(k4i)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Did your financial institution require collateral? |

Land, buildings
(k4j1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Machinery and equipment including movables
(k4j2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Accounts receivable and inventories
(k4j3)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Personal assets of owner (house, etc.)
(k4j4)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Other
(k4j5)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Other (specify)
(k4j5x)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 4 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

What was the approximate value of the collateral required...
(k4k)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 5 Decimals: 1 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

Did your financial institution require collateral? If yes, what was the approximate value of the collateral required as a percentage of the amount of the loan or line of credit? |

In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of
(k5a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? |

How many applications were submitted?
(k5b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? If yes, how many applications were submitted? |

How many of those applications were rejected?
(k5c)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? How many of those applications were rejected? |

What was the most common reason given by the lender...
(k5d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, did this establishment apply for loans or lines of credit? What was the most common reason given by the lender for those rejections? |

If your establishment did not apply for a line of credit or
(k6)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Literal question | |

If your establishment did not apply for a line of credit or a loan, what was the main reason? |

What were the total sales of your establishments Last Month
(l1a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 9 Decimals: 0 Range: 40000-8000000 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 120000 Maximum: 200000000 Mean: 6991425.5 Standard deviation: 22630406.9 |

Literal question | |

What were the total sales of your establishment in: Last month |

What were the total sales of your establishments 2005
(l1b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 10 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 3000000 Maximum: 6000000000 Mean: 126947000 Standard deviation: 640268345.2 |

Literal question | |

What were the total sales of your establishment in: 2005 |

total cost of raw materials and intermediate goods used in p
(l2a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 10 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 1000000 Maximum: 3000000000 Mean: 62622952.5 Standard deviation: 320413655.7 |

Literal question | |

Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of raw materials and intermediate goods used in production |

Total cost of labor
(l2b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 240000 Maximum: 30000000 Mean: 7986800 Standard deviation: 6976397.4 |

Literal question | |

Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of labor, including wages, salaries and bonuses and social payments |

Total cost of rental of land/builidngs, equipment, furniture
(l2d)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 75000000 Mean: 3365668 Standard deviation: 8111731.9 |

Literal question | |

Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: Total cost of rental of land/buildings, equipment, furniture |

Electricity
(l3a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 Invalid: -77, -66 | Valid cases: 87 Invalid: 13 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 36000000 Mean: 1771038.1 Standard deviation: 4390217.3 |

Literal question | |

Please provide the following information on your establishment’s costs: |

Machinery, vehicles and equipment (new and or used)
(l4a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 36000000 Mean: 1350046.5 Standard deviation: 4534534.5 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, how much did your establishment spend on purchases of: |

Land and buildings
(l4b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 60000000 Mean: 848500 Standard deviation: 6162469.7 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, how much did your establishment spend on purchases of: |

All machinery, vehicules and equipment that you use (whether
(l6a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 9 Decimals: 0 Invalid: -66, -88 | Valid cases: 96 Invalid: 4 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 120000000 Mean: 15506458.3 Standard deviation: 22513774.3 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, if you had needed to purchase the following in its condition at that time, how much would it have cost? All machinery, vehicles and equipment that you use (whether you own it or not) |

All land and buildings that you use (whether you own it or n
(l6b)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Continuous Format: numeric Width: 9 Decimals: 0 Invalid: -66, -88 | Valid cases: 94 Invalid: 6 Minimum: 0 Maximum: 600000000 Mean: 39511702.1 Standard deviation: 75256443.1 |

Literal question | |

In 2005, if you had needed to purchase the following in its condition at that time, how much would it have cost? All land and buildings that you use (whether you own it or not) |

Month (MM)
(endmonth)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 1 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED |

Day (DD)
(endday)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED |

Hour
(endhour)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED |

Minutes
(endmin)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 2 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED |

AM/PM
(endampm)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 2 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED |

Opinions and perceptions
(m1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED | |

Literal question | |

I perceive the answers to questions regarding opinions and perceptions to be: |

Figures
(m2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED | |

Literal question | |

The answers to questions regarding figures (productivity and employment numbers): |

Questionnaire was completed in
(m3a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED | |

Literal question | |

This questionnaire was completed in: |

if 2 or 3, estimate the duration of the whole interview - Ho
(m3b1)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED | |

Literal question | |

If 2 or 3 in m3a, estimate the duration of the whole interview |

if 2 or 3, estimate the duration of the whole interview - Mi
(m3b2)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: numeric Width: 3 Decimals: 0 | Valid cases: 100 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED | |

Literal question | |

If 2 or 3 in m3a, estimate the duration of the whole interview |

Comments
(comments)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 80 | Valid cases: 7 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED Interviewer comments |

Comments 2
(commen_a)
File: Uganda-2006-Micro-full data-1 | |

Overview | |

Type:
Discrete Format: character Width: 1 | Valid cases: 0 Invalid: 0 |

Pre question | |

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AFTER THE INTERVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED Interviewer comments |