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C 180 E/76

Official Journal of the European Union

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EN

31.7.2003

Tuesday 14 May 2002

         

CROSS-SECTIONAL

UNIT (Persons or households)

MODE

DOMAINS

AREAS

REFERENCE

(X) AND/OR

OF COLLECTION

PERIOD

LONGITUDINAL

 

(L) AREA

All persons aged

Personal interview of all

INCOME

Gross personal income,

Income reference

X, L

16

and over in the

household members aged 16 and over (proxy as an exception for persons tem- porarily away or in inca- pacity) or extraction from registers

period

household

total and components at personal level

Preferably by personal interview but proxy accepted on a normal pro- cedure or extraction from registers

BASIC DATA

Basic personal data

Current

X, L

Demographic data

Current

X, L

EDUCATION

Education (ISCED classifi- cation) Parental education (ISCED classification

Current

X, L

 

LABOUR

Basic information on cur- rent activity status and on current main job Basic information on activity status during income reference period

Current/Income ref-

X, L

INFORMATION

erence period

Other current job(s)

Current

X

At least one house- hold member aged

Personal interview of the individual(s) (proxy as an

HEALTH

Health (overall status and chronic illness or con- dition)

Current

X, L

16

and over (the

exception) or extraction from registers

selected respon-

     

Access to health care

Past 12 months

 

dent)

 

X

LABOUR

Detailed labour

Current

X, L

INFORMATION

information

Activity history

Working life

L

Calendar of activities

Income reference

L

period

ANNEX II

Minimum effective sample sizes

   

Households

   

Personal interviews

 

Countries

cross-sectional

longitudinal

cross-sectional

longitudinal

 

1234

   

Belgium

4

750

3

500

8

750

6

500

Denmark

4

250

3

250

7

250

5

500

Germany

8

250

6

000

14

500

10

500

Greece

4

750

3

500

10

000

7

250

Spain

6

500

5

000

16

000

12

250

France

7

250

5

500

13

500

10

250

31.7.2003

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Official Journal of the European Union

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Households

   

Personal interviews

 

Countries

cross-sectional

longitudinal

cross-sectional

longitudinal

 

1234

   

Ireland

3

750

2

750

8

000

6

000

Italy

7

250

5

500

15

500

11

750

Luxembourg

3

250

2

500

6

500

5

000

Netherlands

5

000

3

750

8

750

6

500

Austria

4

500

3

250

8

750

6

250

Portugal

4

500

3

250

10

500

7

500

Finland

4

000

3

000

6

750

5

000

Sweden

4

500

3

500

7

500

5

750

United Kingdom

7

500

5

750

13

750

10

500

TOTAL

80 000

60 000

156 000

116 500

Note: The reference is to the effective sample size which is the size required if the survey were based on simple random sampling (design effect = 1,0). The actual sample sizes will have to be larger to the extent that the design effects exceed 1,0 to compensate for non- response of all kinds. Furthermore, the sample size refers to the number of valid households which are households for which, and for all members of which, all or nearly all the required information has been obtained.

P5_TA(2002)0212

EC/India scientific and technological cooperation agreement * (procedure without debate)

Proposal for a Council decision concluding an agreement for scientific and technological coop- eration between the European Community and the Republic of India (COM(2001) 448 C5-0451/2001 2001/0175(CNS))

(Consultation procedure)

The European Parliament,

having regard to the Commission proposal for a Council decision (COM(2001) 448 ( 1 )),

having regard to the draft agreement for scientific and technological cooperation between the Euro- pean Community and the Republic of India,

having regard to Articles 170 and 300(2), first subparagraph, of the EC Treaty,

having been consulted by the Council pursuant to Article 300(3), first subparagraph, of the EC Treaty

(C5-0451/2001),

having regard to Rule 67 and Rule 97(7) of its Rules of Procedure,

having regard to the report of the Committee on Industry, External Trade, Research and Energy and the opinion of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights, Common Security and Defence Policy (A5-0137/2002),

1.

Approves conclusion of the agreement;

2.

Instructs its President to forward its position to the Council and Commission, and the governments

and parliaments of the Member States and the Republic of India.

( 1 ) OJ C 304 E, 30.10.2001, p. 242.