This chapter analyses and presents the results of the pilot survey in order to highlight the main characteristics of the victimisation of European businesses. In general, three different groups of countries can be identified based on the estimated prevalence rates and their 90% confidence intervals. The first group includes the seven countries that can be considered not significantly different from the European average, while the other two groups consists of those countries with values significantly higher or lower than the continental average.

Dugato, M., Favarin, S., Analysis of the survey results, in Dugato, M. (ed.), The crime against businesses in Europe: A pilot survey, Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan 2013: 21- 69 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/162683]

Analysis of the survey results

Dugato Marco;Favarin Serena
2013

Abstract

This chapter analyses and presents the results of the pilot survey in order to highlight the main characteristics of the victimisation of European businesses. In general, three different groups of countries can be identified based on the estimated prevalence rates and their 90% confidence intervals. The first group includes the seven countries that can be considered not significantly different from the European average, while the other two groups consists of those countries with values significantly higher or lower than the continental average.
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The crime against businesses in Europe: A pilot survey
978-88-8443-503-3
Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Dugato, M., Favarin, S., Analysis of the survey results, in Dugato, M. (ed.), The crime against businesses in Europe: A pilot survey, Transcrime - Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan 2013: 21- 69 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/162683]
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