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Errors in Statistical Data In sample surveys there are two types of error that can occur: sampling error which arises as only a part of the population is used to represent the whole population and; non-sampling error which can occur at any stage of a sample survey. It is important to be aware of these errors so that they can be minimized. Sampling error Sampling error is the error we make in selecting samples that are not representative of the population. Since it is practically impossible for a smaller segment of a population to be exactly representative of the population, some degree of sampling error will be present whenever we select a sample. It is important to consider sampling error when publishing survey results as it gives an indication of the accuracy of the estimate and therefore reflects the importance that can be placed on interpretations. If sampling principles are carefully applied within the   constraints of available resources, sampling error can be accurately meas

Impact Factor Journals - Business

2009 - Business Title Country Impact Academy of Management Journal United States 6.483 Academy of Management Review United States 7.867 Academia-Revista Latinoamericana de Administraci├│n Colombia 0.036 Administrative Science Quarterly United States 3.842 African Journal of Business Management Nigeria 1.105 American Business Law Journal United States 0.875 Asian Business & Management England 0.174 Asian Case Research Journal Singapore 0.077 Betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung und Praxis Germany 0.206 British Journal of Management England 1.448 Business Ethics Quarterly United States 1.615 Business History England 0.500 Business History Review United States 0.353 California Management Review United States 1.983 Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences Canada 0.405 Corporate Governance-An International Review England 2.068 Electronic Commerce Research and Applications United States 1.042 Emerging Markets Finance And Trade United States 0.338 E