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Estimating the number of entities with vacancies using administrative and online data

@inproceedings{Berkesewicz2021EstimatingTN,
  title={Estimating the number of entities with vacancies using administrative and online data},
  author={Maciej Berkesewicz and Herman Cherniaiev and Robert Pater},
  year={2021}
}
In this article we describe a study aimed at estimating job vacancy statistics, in particular the number of entities with at least one vacancy. To achieve this goal, we propose an alternative approach to the methodology exploiting survey data, which is based solely on data from administrative registers and online sources and relies on dual system estimation (DSE). ∗The authors thank Kamil Wilak, Joanna Napierała, Teresa Królikowska, Leszek Kozłowski, Matyas Meszaros, Grzegorz Grygiel and… 

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