• Mathias Bo Weis Nielsen
  • Jesper Bakman Andersen
The data quality of BBR is not defined, which is why previous studies only provides a snapshot of it.
This study addresses this by examining the basics of quality of data in the BBR – the process of collecting and checking data.
By comparing the process of collecting and checking data with methodology for quantitative questionnaire survey, the process is put in perspective with a recognized method for collecting quantitative data. The statutory basis for the process of collection and control through legal method is explained and analyzed in a comparative study based on the variables - validity and reliability.
The study shows 9 problems in the process of data collection and control that have a negative impact on the variables. The 9 problems deal with lack of information and guidance and that the existing controls do not apply. The criticism of information and guidance is based on the lack of consideration by owners of the country's real estate as target group and respondents. The criticisms of the control elements indicate that they are not used in their present design.
For the problems, recommendations, based on the methodology for quantitative questionnaire survey and examples, are presented for solutions.
The study shows that, with the benefit of data quality in the BBR, a greater focus should be placed on the actual collection of this. Following the fact that data quality in BBR is indefinable, the study brings recommendations on the course, which helps ensure that data is already quality assured during the collection phase. The collection process is perhaps the most important factor in the quality of data in BBR.
Publication date7 Jun 2019
Number of pages105
ID: 305280629