The establishment history panel 1975-2005 : handbook version 2.0.0
Abstract"The Establishment History Panel (BHP) for 1975 to 2005 includes all of the establishments throughout Germany which have at least one employee liable to social security as of the 30th of June of a given year or which have also had at least one marginal part-time employee as of 1999. For establishments in West Germany the observation period is the period 1975 to 2005 and for establishments in East Germany 1991 to 2005. The data source for the BHP is the Employee and Benefit Recipient History (BLH) of the IAB. The data on individuals contained in the BLH are aggregated to establishment level using the establishment numbers. The BHP covers between 1.3 and 2.5 million establishments per year. This data report describes the variables of the weakly anonymous version of the 1975-2005 BHP basic dataset, which is available to researchers for on-site use at the Research Data Centre (FDZ) only. These BHP data are predominantly original data, with the sole exception that the original establishment numbers, which are direct identifiers for the different establishments, were replaced by artificial establishment numbers. The sensitive characteristics contained in the dataset, i.e. German Classification of Economic Activities 93 as 5-digit codes, German Classification of Economic Activities 03 as 5-digit codes, and Place of Work (District), are made available in the original on request and in well-founded cases only; all other users are given these variables in their aggregate forms only (as 3-digit codes or according to German States). This report will begin with a brief description of the sources used for the BHP, as well as the generation and processing of the BHP, followed by individual detailed explanations on the variables of the BHP 1975-2005. This data report contains no frequency tables for the individual variables. These are given in a separate text file that can be found on the FDZ homepage. To begin with, a brief overview of the changes to the BHP 1975-2005 in relation to the previous version from 1993-2003 is provided. This will help users of this version come to terms with the new version." (Author's abstract, IAB-Doku) ((en)) Additional Information Here you can find the german version of the documentation.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung (IAB), Nürnberg [Institute for Employment Research, Nuremberg, Germany] in its series FDZ Datenreport. Documentation on Labour Market Data with number 200704_en.
Length: 38 pages
Date of creation: 18 Mar 2008
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IAB-Betriebs-Historik-Panel; IAB-Beschäftigtenhistorik; IAB-Leistungsempfängerhistorik; Datenaufbereitung; Forschungsdatenzentrum; Arbeitsmarktforschung; Datenorganisation; Betrieb; Wirtschaftszweige; regionale Verteilung; Unternehmensgründung; Betriebsstilllegung; Beschäftigtenstruktur; sozialversicherungspflichtige Arbeitnehmer; erwerbstätige Frauen; Inländer; Ungelernte; Qualifikationsniveau; Bildungsabschluss; Schulbildung; Berufsausbildung; Studienabschluss; Fachhochschule; Hochschule; Vollzeitarbeit; Stellung im Beruf; Auszubildende; nicht formal Qualifizierte; Facharbeiter; Polier; Meister; Angestellte; Teilzeitarbeitnehmer; Heimarbeitnehmer; geringfügige Beschäftigung; Altersstruktur; Lohnstruktur; Lohnhöhe; Vollzeitarbeit; Nationalität; Jugoslawe; Osteuropäer; Pole; Spanier; Portugiese; Türke; Beschäftigtenstatistik;
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