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E-Commerce Berlin 2003

E-commerce – internet shopping – has gained hugely in significance in Germany in recent years. In doing so, e-commerce has brought about an increasing shift from over-the-counter retail to the virtual arena. Using Berlin as an example, the study quantifies this shift away from over-the-counter retail and identifies how strong the influence of e-commerce usage is being felt in individual Berlin districts.

General information on data set

Temporal and spatial information

Time period of data collection February 2003 - February 2003
Country Germany
Federal state
Region, City, Municipality
Georeference available No
Additional Information Data set segmentation possible by Berlin districts (12 districts)
Coordinates

Investigation and data collection methodology

Data set variables household size, income, availability of car, driving licence, shopping behaviour and routines, education , eCommerce potential
Investigation design Cross Section
Frequency of data collection once
Data collection method Survey
Data collection tool Interview
Analysis unit Person
Population German speaking residential population older than 14 years with telephone connection in Berlin
Sample size 3600 persons
Representativeness Yes
Comment for the specified survey population

Access to data set

Collected by
  • TNS EMNID
Client
  • DLR - Institut für Verkehrsforschung
Contact for data set
Data format(s) Microsoft Excel
Size of data set 1 MB < 10 MB

Deposit Information

Depositing User Prof. Dr. Barbara Lenz
Date Deposited 20 Aug 2012 09:19
Last Modified 24 Aug 2012 09:08
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