Rate of informal micro-entrepreneurs
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The indicator shows the number of informal microentrepreneurs as a percentage of the total number of microentrepreneurs.

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Microenterprise Survey (EME).

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Household survey of direct informants

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Methodological Report

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Reference quarter March-April-May 2015, 2017 and 2019 (Biennial).

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Mixed survey.

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Coverage of the country's urban and rural areas, naturally stratified according to the 15 regions. Excludes areas of difficult access, identified in the 2002 Population and Housing Census.

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Microentrepreneurs: Employed persons as employers or own-account workers who own a microenterprise (economic unit of up to 10 workers, including the owner).

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All sectors of economic activity used in the Classifier CIIU4.cl 2012 according to CAENES are included. The branches of public administration and extraterritorial organizations have been excluded because, by their nature, they contain no microentrepreneurs.

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Microentrepreneurs: Independent workers who own a microenterprise (economic unit with up to 10 workers, including the informant who owns the economic unit).

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The indicator shows the participation of informal Microentrepreneurs over the total of Microentrepreneurs.

Rate of informal micro-entrepreneursAbstract

The indicator shows the number of informal microentrepreneurs as a percentage of the total number of microentrepreneurs.

Contact person/organisation

Department of Labour Statistics - National Statistics Institute. Contract: Subdepartment of Citizen Information.

Citizen Informationmailto:ine@ine.cl
Name of collection/source

Microenterprise Survey (EME).

Direct source

Household survey of direct informants

Source metadata

Methodological Report

Methodological Reporthttps://www.ine.cl/docs/default-source/microemprendimiento/metadatos/documentos/ficha-t%C3%A9cnica-vi-eme.pdf?sfvrsn=cc8516e7_5
Source Periodicity

Reference quarter March-April-May 2015, 2017 and 2019 (Biennial).

Data source(s) used

Mixed survey.

Periodicity

Biennial.

Reference period

Reference quarter March-April-May 2015, 2017 and 2019 (Biennial).

Sampling

Methodological Report - Sample Design VI EMEhttps://www.ine.cl/docs/default-source/microemprendimiento/metodologia/documentos/dise%C3%B1o-muestral-vi-eme-2019.pdf?sfvrsn=83dee222_7Unit of measure used

Number of persons.

Variables collected

Database --? User manual Database VI EME.

User manual Database VI EMEhttps://www.ine.cl/docs/default-source/microemprendimiento/manuales/documentos/manual-de-usuario-bases-de-datos-vi-eme.pdf?sfvrsn=3a24d847_5
Date last updated

2019

Geographic coverage

Coverage of the country's urban and rural areas, naturally stratified according to the 15 regions. Excludes areas of difficult access, identified in the 2002 Population and Housing Census.

Statistical population

Microentrepreneurs: Independent workers who own a microenterprise (economic unit with up to 10 workers, including the informant who owns the economic unit).

Sector coverage

All sectors of economic activity used in the Classifier CIIU4.cl 2012 according to CAENES are included. The branches of public administration and extraterritorial organizations have been excluded because, by their nature, they contain no microentrepreneurs.

Population coverage

Microentrepreneurs: Employed persons as employers or own-account workers who own a microenterprise (economic unit of up to 10 workers, including the owner).

Classification(s) used

International Classification of Status in Employment (ICSE), Classification of National Economic Activities for Sociodemographic Surveys (CAENES). Internation Standard Classification of Education (ISCED).

Estimation

Sum of all informal microentrepreneurs divided by the total number of microentrepreneurs.

Other manipulations

The treatment of the data is detailed in the Methodological Manual

Methodological Document VI EMEhttps://www.ine.cl/docs/default-source/microemprendimiento/metodologia/documentos/manual-metodol%C3%B3gico-vi-eme-2019.pdf?sfvrsn=a4428998_7
Recommended uses and limitations

The indicator shows the participation of informal Microentrepreneurs over the total of Microentrepreneurs.

Quality comments

Methodological Background --> Methodological Report - Sample Design VI EME.

EME Websitehttps://www.ine.cl/estadisticas/sociales/mercado-laboral/microemprendimiento?len=en