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1. General information about the enterprises participating in the survey The survey included 227 commercial enterprises – 133 small, 10 medium-size and 7 large enterprises. One third or 77 study participants failed to provide an answer about the number of employees. The participants who provided this information employ 10,587 persons in total. The geographical layout of the commercial enterprises that agreed to participate in the informal economy survey carried out among the employers: Table 1.1. Survey participants (according to regions) Region Number of surveyed enterprises 29
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Belgrade 69 Vojvodina 52 East Serbia 10 West Serbia 11 Central Serbia 44 South Serbia 39 Kosovo and Metohija 2 Total 227 The following table provides a more detailed geographical classification, stating the list of cities and municipalities in which these enterprises /independent trade stores, independent crafts stores and independent catering services are situated. The table indicates the location of the surveyed enterprises that provided the largest feedback. Table 1.2. Survey participants (according to cities) City (Municipality) Number of surveyed enterprises Belgrade 69 Niš 25 Novi Sad 21 Kragujevac 15 Subotica, Sremska Mitrovica, Leskovac, Vranje 4 30
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Pirot 5 Valjevo, Sombor, Čačak, Pančevo, Kruševac, Kovin 3 Zaječar, Bečej, Gornji Milanovac, Smederevska Palanka, Paraćin, Ruma, Senta, Vršac, Aranđelovac, Bujanovac, Kraljevo, Zrenjanin, Užice, Boljevci, Trstenik, Šabac, Ćuprija 2 Vrnjačka Banja, Inđija, Sremski Karlovci, Kanjiža, Bački Petrovac, Soko Banja, Konjevići, Arilje, Loznica, Vreoci, Donji Milanovac, Požega, Čelarevo, Rekovac, Jagodina, Vrnjci, Novi Pazar, Kuršumlija, Svilajnac, Kikinda, Vranjska Banja, Zvečan, Kosovska Mitrovica 1 Total 227 Commercial enterprises from Belgrade, south of Serbia and Vojvodina showed most interest while filling out the survey. Company directors and entrepreneurs from the Belgrade region provided most detailed answers, filling out approximately 76.5% of columns intended for responses or responding to the questions with an answer suggested in advance. Least detailed answers were given by the survey participants from central Serbia, who responded to about 52.8% survey questions. Notwithstanding the fact that Chapter 1 of the survey (General information about the company) clearly stipulates that, for the reasons of anonymity, information about the company director or 31
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the person authorized to fill out the survey on behalf of the company is not required, 89 company directors and owners of independent catering, trade or crafts shops and various agencies stated their full names, and in three cases even department managers and association secretaries authorized to fill out the survey stated their full names. The large percentage of survey participants who stated their personal information (40.53%) granted an outstanding significance to the entire survey and the results obtained.
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