Webinar Series: Introduction to Administrative Data from Europe
Registrations are now open for the first of three webinars between January and March 2021
A series of three webinars to give an Introduction to Administrative Data from Europe
Empirical research in the social sciences and evidence-based policy advice increasingly relies on large and high-quality microdata. Many countries in Europe have now made available individual- or firm-level data based on social security records or mandatory reporting standards. These datasets offer many opportunities for analysing innovative research questions and provide causal evidence on many questions relevant to international research and policy-makers alike. This webinar will bring together experts from research centers in France, Germany and the Netherlands to present and discuss the potentials of the various data for research and policy. The seminar is open to any person working at a university, research institute or ministry in Luxembourg and neighboring countries subject to registration prior to the event. The presentations and discussion will be held in English.
These three webinars will be given on the virtual support platform Webex.
- Christina Gathmann (Head of Labour Market Department, LISER)
- Thierry Kruten (Head of Data Centre, LISER)
For any questions, please contact Anna Dober (email@example.com)
Date: January 12th, 2020 from 2pm to 3pm (CET)
Title: German Labor Market Data and Secure Data Access - the Research-Data-Center of the Institute for Employment Research (RDC-IAB)
Abstract: The Research Data Centre at the Institute for Employment Research (RDC-IAB) has been offering high-quality administrative and survey data on the German labor market for 15 years and has become one of the most important locations worldwide for researchers interested in data for labor market research. This presentation provides an overview on: Who we are, our data products and data access modes.
Date: February 16th, 2021 from 2pm to 3pm (CET)
Presenter: Ruben Doods (Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Amsterdam)
Date: March 16th, 2021 (Tuesday) from 2pm to 3pm (CET)