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journal contributionposted on 2023-05-21, 18:19 authored by Fryges, HR, Gottschalk, S, Kohn, K
This section offers descriptions as well as discussions of data sources that are of interest to social scientists engaged in empirical research or teaching courses that include empirical investigations performed by students. The purpose is to describe the information in the data source, to give examples of questions tackled with the data and to tell how to access the data for research and teaching. We focus on data from German speaking countries that allow international comparative research. While most of the data are at the micro level (individuals, households, or firms), more aggregate data and meta data (for regions, industries, or nations) are included as well. Suggestions for data sources to be described in future columns (or comments on past columns) should be send to: Joachim Wagner, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Institute of Economics, Campus 4.210, 21332 Lueneburg, Germany, or e-mailed to (email@example.com). Past "European Data Watch" articles can be downloaded free of charge from the homepage of the German Council for Social and Economic Data(RatSWD) at: http: //www. ratswd.de.
Publication titleJournal of Applied Social Science Studies (European Data Watch)
PublisherDuncker & Humblot
Place of publicationBerlin
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