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Guide to FUSSEP (Finnish University Students Socio-Economic Preferences) 2005 round

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  • Venetoklis, Takis

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The paper serves as a guide to the FUSSEP (Finnish University Students Socio-Economic Preferences) database – 2005 round. The data were gathered via an Internet mail survey in the Fall of 2005. The target population was 105000 students registered in 18 universities in Finland. About 30000 students replied to preference questions regarding several socioeconomic policy issues. The paper includes, among others, descriptive statistics of the variables and discusses methodological questions in connection to the implementation of the survey. We plan to repeat the survey three more times on a yearly basis and create a longitudinal panel of responses. After each round the data will be posted in the Internet and will be freely available to all interested parties.

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  • Venetoklis, Takis, 2006. "Guide to FUSSEP (Finnish University Students Socio-Economic Preferences) 2005 round," Discussion Papers 404, Government Institute for Economic Research Finland (VATT).
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