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Panelerhebungen der amtlichen Statistik als Datenquellen für die Sozialwissenschaften

  • Tobias Gramlich
  • Tobias Bachteler
  • Bernhard Schimpl-Neimanns
  • Rainer Schnell
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    Paneldaten haben gegenüber Querschnittsdaten zahlreiche Vorteile. Amtliche Daten sind zudem eine wichtige Quelle für die Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften. Viele amtliche Datenerhebungen sind als Panel konzipiert und durchgeführt oder können zu Panels zusammengefügt werden. Diese Arbeit gibt eine Übersicht über die Panelerhebungen oder zu Panels aufbereiteten Einzeldatensätze der deutschen amtlichen Statistik und beschreibt Erhebungsinhalte, Stichprobe sowie Zugangsmöglichkeiten. Panel data have numerous advantages to cross sectional data. Data from official statistical offices (and other public authorities) are a valuable data source for the social and economic sciences. Many of these data originally are panel data (or can be combined to form panel data). This article gives an overview over panel surveys and panel data conducted by German public authorities, describing topic and contents, sampling and access to these data.

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    Paper provided by German Council for Social and Economic Data (RatSWD) in its series Working Paper Series of the German Council for Social and Economic Data with number 132.

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    Length: 67
    Date of creation: 2009
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    Handle: RePEc:rsw:rswwps:rswwps132
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