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01.07.2015 - 31.12.2017 / SHARE - Infrastructure

A coding module for socio-economic survey questions (SERISS WP8)

This is a joint project with other large European surveys (ESS, GGP, EVS and SHARE). The objective is to provide cross-country harmonised, fast, high-quality and cost-effective coding of open ended questions on respondents’ occupations, industries, employment status and education into international standardised classification systems, and to develop a tool to collect standardized social network information.

Building on the current technology and the partners’ experiences, cross-country harmonised, fast, high-quality and cost-effective coding modules for these variables will be developped.

The modules will use large multi-lingual dictionary with ten thousands of entries about job titles, industry names and fields of education and training. Additionally, the module will include country-specific, structured lists of educational qualifications and employment status categories. The module will then provide up-to-date codes for these classifications.

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Stephanie Stuck, M.A.

Presentations and Contributions
30.09.2015
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.
24.05.2016
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.
07.09.2016
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.
SERISS WP 8 Task 8 Name Generator Update on activities
16.03.2017
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.
16.05.2017
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.
04.09.2017
Stephanie Stuck, M.A.