Data

COCOPS

The dataset of the COCOPS Executive Survey on Public Sector Reform in Europe – Views and Experiences from Senior Executives, is currently available for download through GESIS. It contains over 7000 responses from top public officials in 21 countries, on topics such as public sector reform, management tools, motivation, performance information etc.  Further information, reports, questionnaires etc. can be found on http://www.cocops.eu/work-packages/work-package-3.

When using the data, please cite the book summarising the results: Hammerschmid, G., Van de Walle, S., Andrews, R. & Bezes, P. (eds)(2016). Public administration reforms in Europe. The view from the top. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

WADO

We organised four Werken aan de Overheid’ surveys (‘Working on Government’) in 2002 and 2003, and 2005/6. One was a face-to-face survey, the others mailsurveys. In total, over 6500 inhabitants of the Flemish region participated. All material available in Dutch. Some material in English. Datasets, sourcebooks and questionnaires available through DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services), the Dutch humanities and social science data archive. Bij gebruik van de datasets, gelieve te verwijzen naar / please cite:

  • WADO F2F: Van de Walle, S., Kampen, J. K., Maddens, B. & Bouckaert, G. (2002). Dataset face-to-face survey ‘Werken aan de Overheid’. Leuven: Instituut voor de Overheid.
  • WADO Post 2002: Van de Walle, S., Kampen, J. K., Maddens, B. & Bouckaert, G. (2002). Dataset eerste postenquête ‘Werken aan de Overheid’. Leuven: Instituut voor de Overheid.
  • WADO Post 2003: Van de Walle, S., Kampen, J. K., Maddens, B. & Bouckaert, G. (2003). Dataset tweede postenquête ‘Werken aan de Overheid’. Leuven: Instituut voor de Overheid.

Please cite: Van de Walle, S., Kampen, J. K., Maddens, B., & Bouckaert, G. (2004). Sourcebook, veldwerkverslag en materiaal bij de ‘Werken aan de Overheid’ surveys. Leuven: Instituut voor de Overheid.

 

Secondary data

For many publications, I use existing datasets. Below are some links

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