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The Resource Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007

Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007

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Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007
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Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007
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This round of Eurobarometer surveys diverged from the Standard Eurobarometer measure and queried respondents on (1) health, long term care, and the dependent elderly (2) undeclared work, (3) the European Union's (EU) relationship with neighboring countries, and development aid, and (4) euro coins. For the first special topic, respondents were asked to assess their health status, life expectancy, whether they have significant impairment in participating in certain activities of daily living, and their experience with health care services, including access and cost. In addition, respondents were asked to identify persons in need of long term care, to provide their opinion and experiences in the planning and provision of long term care for the elderly, including the health care costs, and to evaluate the risk that dependent elders are being exposed to abuse and need for future personal care requirements. The second special topic, undeclared work, respondents were asked to identify their knowledge of persons who work without declaring income to tax or social security institutions, and the characteristics and reasons of those who would most likely do so. Respondents also evaluated the risk of being detected in not declaring income for which supplementary bills or fines may be issued, and sanctions expected to be implemented by authorities in response to a certain amount of income that is undeclared. The survey also queried respondents about services and goods acquired from an individual or group associated with undeclared work, and undeclared payment received from their employer and portion of gross yearly income this comprises, and their opinion about these practices. In addition, respondents identified the type and frequency of undeclared work in which they participated, amount of income received for this work, and the reasons this work was completed and for whom, and consequences in working undeclared. In addition, respondents assessed the legitimacy of certain behaviors pertaining to public and private economic transactions. As the next special topic, the survey examines respondents' knowledge of which countries currently plan to join the EU, which countries neighbor the EU, the European Neighborhood policy, and obtaining information about developmental aid. Pertaining to this policy, respondents were asked to assess the relationship between the EU and neighboring countries, and the importance of issues which would affect this relationship, including providing economic assistance. Respondents provided their opinion in regard to developmental aid the EU provides to the poor, the efficiency of providing aid through each member state or the European Commission, which donor provides the most aid to developing countries, and priorities for the EU in disbursing developmental aid. For the final special topic, respondents were asked about their knowledge of the sides of euro coins, to identify the genuineness and value of particular coins, to describe their experiences in accepting a fake, or a non-euro coin or coin-like object, and their opinion in regard to the national sides of the coins which differ among each country in the EU. Demographic and other background information includes respondent's age, estimate of life expectancy, gender, nationality, origin of birth (personal and parental), marital status, left-to-right political self-placement, occupation, age when stopped full-time education, household composition, ownership of a fixed or a mobile telephone and other durable goods, type and size of locality, region of residence, and language of interview (select countries). Respondents were also queried about their family size, including the number of children birthed, ages of their mother and father, and the housing situation for their child or parent, including distance from respondent. The survey also collected information such as the job sector in which the respondent currently works, number employed by respondent's employer, gross income, and hours worked per week at formal employment
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Papacostas, Antonis
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Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007
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  • 2007-05-25--2007-06-27
  • 21521
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ICPSR21521.v2
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Eurobarometer 67.3: Health Care Service, Undeclared Work, EU Relations With Its Neighbor Countries, and Development Aid, May-June 2007
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  • 2007-05-25--2007-06-27
  • 21521
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ICPSR21521.v2
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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