Methodology of the Study of Human Capital in Poland (EN)
Author: Collective Work

The Study of Human Capital in Poland project (BKL Study) conducted by the Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (Polish acronym PARP) in partnership with the Centre for Evaluation and Analysis of Public Policies at the Jagiellonian University (CEiAPP UJ) is targeted at the recognition of competence resources present in the Polish labour market. Its main goal is to compare the demand for competences (skills and qualifications) from the Polish business sector and the competences offered by the participants of the supply side of the labour market: employees, unemployed people, university students, and students of higher secondary schools. Thanks to this, it will be possible to identify the potential competence gaps in the professional, sectoral, and regional structure, also within various professional competences. To provide as comprehensive an image as possible, the investigations of the demand (employers) and supply sides of the labour market are complemented with an analysis of the institutional bodies responsible for the shaping of the Polish labour market: the system of education and training institutions.


Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1. Study of employers (A1)
1.1. Basic information
1.2. Population
1.3. Sampling frame
1.4. Sampling design and sample size
1.5. Effective sample size and response rate
1.6. Weights
Chapter 2. Study of job offers (A2)
2.1. Basic information
2.2. Population and data sources
2.3. Progress of the study
Chapter 3. Study of the population (B1)
3.1. Basic information
3.2. Population
3.3. Sampling frame
3.4. Sampling design and sample size
3.5. Effective sample size and response rate
3.6. Weights
Chapter 4. Study of the registered unemployed (B2)
4.1. Basic information
4.2. Population
4.3. Sampling frame
4.4. Sampling design and sample size
4.5. Effective sample size and response rate
4.6. Weights
Chapter 5. Study of students of upper secondary schools (B3.1)
5.1. Basic information
5.2. Population
5.3. Sampling frame
5.4. Sampling design and sample size
5.5. Effective sample size and response rate
5.6. Weights
Chapter 6. Study of university students (B3.2)
6.1. Basic information
6.2. Population
6.3. Sampling frame
6.4. Sampling design and sample size
6.5. Effective sample size and response rate
6.6. Weights
Chapter 7. Study of training institutions (C1)
7.1. Basic information
7.2. Population
7.3. Sampling frame
7.4. Sampling design and sample size
7.5. Effective sample size and response rate
7.6. Weights

Publication date: 2011 ISBN: 978-83-7633-144-7 Type: Report
Publisher: Polish Agency for Enterprise Development Subject: Human Capital
Data publikacji: 09.01.2011 13:01 Data wytworzenia: 09.01.2011 13:01 Data modyfikacji: 09.03.2017 13:04
Modyfikujący: Paweł Skowera Udostępniający: Paweł Skowera Autor dokumentu: Paweł Skowera