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Current Population Survey

German translation: Mikrozensus (laufende Bevölkerungsstichprobe)

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English term or phrase:Current Population Survey
German translation:Mikrozensus (laufende Bevölkerungsstichprobe)
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14:53 Aug 22, 2002
English to German translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Current Population Survey
I found the equivalent for Germany: sozio-ökonomische Panel. Can anyone please tell me what we call this in Austria?? Or maybe there is a more general expression?
janka
Current Population Survey = laufende/ständige Bevölkerungsstichprobe
Explanation:
In Austria they call this "Mikrozensus", see link.

Hope this helps
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4Current Population Survey = laufende/ständige Bevölkerungsstichprobe
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Current Population Survey = laufende/ständige Bevölkerungsstichprobe


Explanation:
In Austria they call this "Mikrozensus", see link.

Hope this helps


    Reference: http://www.statistik.at/fachbereich_03/mikrozensus_gesetz.sh...
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