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South Africa is a nation with high unemployment, and informal self-employment can offer an escape from poverty. For this reason, many South ...Download this report
2011 A comparison of EPI sampling, probability sampling, and compact segment sampling methods for micro and small enterprises
Finding an efficient method for sampling micro- and small-enterprises (MSEs) for research and statistical reporting purposes is a challenge ...