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FDZ Newsletter 2/2019, 08 May 2019

FDZ Newsletter 2/2019, 08 May 2019

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CONTENTS:

1. IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees: The second wave (2017) of the IAB-BAMF- SOEP Survey of Refugees is available now

2. IAB-SOEP-MIG: The fifth wave (2017) of the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample is available now

3. First French-German Conference on Research Based on Confidential Administrative and Survey Data: IAB-CASD Cooperation

4. FDZ Methodenreport 03/2019 'Zur Abgrenzung der Ausbildungs- und Erwerbsberufe des Handwerks in der KldB 2010' by Katarzyna Haverkamp, Mirko Wesling, and Holger Seibert is now available

5. Our confidentiality requirements

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1. IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees: The second wave (2017) of the IAB-BAMF- SOEP Survey of Refugees is available now

The new wave 2017 of the IAB-BAMF-SOEP Survey of Refugees is available now. The working tools have been updated and can be downloaded from our homepage.

For further information and download of the working tools please visit our website: https://fdz.iab.de/en/FDZ_Individual_Data/iab-bamf-soep.aspx

For data quality control, see Kosyakova et al. 2019: http://doku.iab.de/fdz/reporte/2019/MR_02-19_EN_.pdf

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2. IAB-SOEP-MIG: The fifth wave (2017) of the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample is available now

The new wave 2017 of the IAB-SOEP Migration Sample is available now. The working tools have been updated and can be downloaded from our homepage.

For further information and download of the working tools please visit our website: https://fdz.iab.de/en/FDZ_Individual_Data/iab-soep-mig.aspx

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3. First French-German Conference on Research Based on Confidential Administrative and Survey Data: IAB-CASD Cooperation

The IAB and the French research data center Centre d’Accès Sécurisé aux Données (CASD) have recently established a cooperation for cross-country remote access. The aim of the cooperation is to foster and facilitate the use of confidential micro data from both countries and to improve the data sources for comparative research in social sciences.

As part of this cooperation, the first French-German Conference took place in Palaiseau, France on March 28th and March 29th 2019. Throughout the conference, researchers and data producers discussed many different topics relating to labor markets and the possibilities of cross-country research. Keynotes by Olivier Godechot on segregation at work and Christian Dustmann on the effects of lowering welfare benefits on migrants generated heated debates. A concluding panel session highlighted the potentials and challenges of cross- country research for France and Germany and presented different datasets particularly suitable for this research. The panelists discussed the possibilities for improving transnational access to confidential data and emphasized the importance of cross-country cooperation.

If you are interested in the IAB-CASD cooperation, accessing French data in Germany or doing cross-country research, please refer to our webpage: https://fdz.iab.de/en/external_data.aspx

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4. FDZ Methodenreport 03/2019 'Zur Abgrenzung der Ausbildungs- und Erwerbsberufe des Handwerks in der KldB 2010' by Katarzyna Haverkamp, Mirko Wesling, and Holger Seibert is now available

Previous studies with a focus on the German crafts sector have used the older Classifications of Occupations of the Federal Employment Agency (1988) and the Federal Statistical Office (1992) in order to identify the population of interest in the data. In 2010, a new German Classification of Occupations was introduced. Here occupations are broken down into new- and fundamentally different- levels and groups. This fundamental rearrangement requires a new conception for the statistical delimitation of the German crafts sector. The first qualified proposal was submitted in 2014 by the Federal Employment Agency (FEA), which issued the lists of codes for several 'specific occupational aggregates'. This Report analyses the structure of the new classification, matches all occupational codes to the relevant groups specified by the German Craft and Trades Code (Handwerksordnung), and provides corresponding identification methods when using the labor market data of the FEA and the Institute for Employment Research.

Download FDZ Methodenreport 03/2019: http://doku.iab.de/fdz/reporte/2019/MR_03-19.pdf

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5. Our confidentiality requirements

We want to remind that on-site or remote access to our data requires that our users comply with our confidentiality requirements. Section 7 (2) of the use agreement states:

'Weakly anonymous data and internal output must neither be copied in writing, printed or photographed nor copied, duplicated or removed from the computing environment of the FDZ of the BA by any other means. The dissemination of weakly anonymous data or internal output via email, telephone, text messages, fax or any other form of communication is prohibited.'

It is therefore not allowed to collect or make notes about individual data points during the on-site stay within the do-files that will be sent to you. The same rule applies for any output in JoSuA's internal-use-mode. This is true even if your sole intend is to inform your co-authors (or even us!) about certain aspects/problems you found in the data. If you want to discuss data problems with us, please contact us beforehand and tell us about the general problem. If the solution requires that you point us to specific cases, we will advise you to do so without breaching your contract. In particular, please do NOT send us (or others) any individual or establishment IDs, even if these IDs are artificial numbers, or copies of data spells or full individual biographies under any circumstance.

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This newsletter is edited by: The Research Data Centre of the Federal Employment Agency at the Institute for Employment Research Regensburger Strasse 100 D-90478 Nuremberg Editor: Dagmar Theune Phone: +49 (911) 179 1752 Fax: +49 (911) 179 1728 E-Mail: iab.fdz-newsletter@iab.de Internet: http://fdz.iab.de/ Privacy policy: http://fdz.iab.de/en/dataprivacy.aspx

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