Metric FinderDoing Business: Enterprise Surveys

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1) Age of the establishment (years)
2) Bribery index (% of gift or informal payment requests during public transactions)
3) Capacity utilization (%)
4) Days of inventory of main input
5) Days to clear direct exports through customs
6) Days to clear imports from customs
7) Days to obtain a construction-related permit
8) Days to obtain an electrical connection (upon application)
9) Days to obtain an import license
10) Days to obtain an operating license
11) Duration of a typical electrical outage (hours)
12) If a generator is used, average proportion of electricity from a generator (%)
13) If the establishment pays for security, average security costs (% of annual sales)
14) If there were losses, average losses due to theft and vandalism (% of annual sales)
15) If there were outages, average duration of a typical electrical outage (hours)
16) If there were visits, average number of visits or required meetings with tax officials
17) Losses due to electrical outages (% of annual sales)
18) Losses due to theft and vandalism against the firm (% of annual sales)
19) Number of electrical outages in a typical month
20) Number of permanent full-time workers
21) Number of permanent non-production workers
22) Number of permanent production workers
23) Number of permanent skilled production workers
24) Number of permanent unskilled production workers
25) Number of temporary workers
26) Number of water insufficiencies in a typical month
27) Number of years firm operated without formal registration
28) Percent of firms choosing access to finance as their biggest obstacle
29) Percent of firms choosing access to land as their biggest obstacle
30) Percent of firms choosing business licensing and permits as their biggest obstacle
31) Percent of firms choosing corruption as their biggest obstacle
32) Percent of firms choosing courts as their biggest obstacle
33) Percent of firms choosing crime, theft and disorder as their biggest obstacle
34) Percent of firms choosing customs and trade regulations as their biggest obstacle
35) Percent of firms choosing electricity as their biggest obstacle
36) Percent of firms choosing inadequately educated workforce as their biggest obstacle
37) Percent of firms choosing labor regulations as their biggest obstacle
38) Percent of firms choosing political instability as their biggest obstacle
39) Percent of firms choosing practices of the informal sector as their biggest obstacle
40) Percent of firms choosing tax administration as their biggest obstacle
41) Percent of firms choosing tax rates as their biggest obstacle
42) Percent of firms choosing transportation as their biggest obstacle
43) Percent of firms competing against unregistered or informal firms
44) Percent of firms expected to give gifts in meetings with tax officials
45) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to get a construction permit
46) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to get a water connection
47) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to get an electrical connection
48) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to get an import license
49) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to get an operating license
50) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to public officials "to get things done"
51) Percent of firms expected to give gifts to secure government contract
52) Percent of firms exporting directly (at least 1% of sales)
53) Percent of firms exporting directly or indirectly (at least 1% of sales)
54) Percent of firms formally registered when they started operations in the country
55) Percent of firms having their own Web site
56) Percent of firms identifying crime, theft and disorder as a major constraint
57) Percent of firms identifying practices of competitors in the informal sector as a major constraint
58) Percent of firms identifying the courts system as a major constraint
59) Percent of firms not needing a loan
60) Percent of firms offering formal training
61) Percent of firms owning or sharing a generator
62) Percent of firms paying for security
63) Percent of firms using banks to finance investments
64) Percent of firms using banks to finance working capital
65) Percent of firms using e-mail to interact with clients/suppliers
66) Percent of firms using material inputs and/or supplies of foreign origin
67) Percent of firms using technology licensed from foreign companies
68) Percent of firms whose recent loan application was rejected
69) Percent of firms with a bank loan/line of credit
70) Percent of firms with a checking or savings account
71) Percent of firms with a female top manager
72) Percent of firms with an annual financial statement reviewed by external auditors
73) Percent of firms with an internationally-recognized quality certification
74) Percent of firms with female participation in ownership
75) Percent of firms with legal status of Limited Partnership
76) Percent of firms with legal status of Partnership
77) Percent of firms with legal status of privately held Limited Liability Company
78) Percent of firms with legal status of publicly listed company
79) Percent of firms with legal status of Sole Proprietorship
80) Products shipped to supply domestic markets that were lost due to theft (% of product value)
81) Proportion of a firm held by the largest owner(s) (%)
82) Proportion of electricity from a generator (%)
83) Proportion of government/state ownership in a firm (%)
84) Proportion of investment financed by banks (%)
85) Proportion of investment financed by equity or stock sales (%)
86) Proportion of investment financed by supplier credit (%)
87) Proportion of investment financed internally (%)
88) Proportion of loans requiring collateral (%)
89) Proportion of permanent full-time non-production workers that are female (%)
90) Proportion of permanent full-time workers that are female (%)
91) Proportion of private domestic ownership in a firm (%)
92) Proportion of private foreign ownership in a firm (%)
93) Proportion of products lost to breakage or spoilage during shipping to domestic markets (%)
94) Proportion of total inputs that are of domestic origin (%)
95) Proportion of total inputs that are of foreign origin (%)
96) Proportion of total sales that are domestic sales (%)
97) Proportion of total sales that are exported directly (%)
98) Proportion of total sales that are exported indirectly (%)
99) Proportion of unskilled workers (out of all production workers) (%)
100) Proportion of workers offered formal training (%)

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