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FDZ Newsletter 6/2019, 18 December 2019

FDZ Newsletter 6/2019, 18 December 2019

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CONTENTS:

1. LIAB QM2 9317: New Linked-Employer-Employee Data Cross-Sectional Model is now available

2. PASS SUF 0618: The twelfth wave of the survey 'Labour Market and Social Security' (PASS) is now available

3. NEPS-SC4-ADIAB: National Educational Panel Study (NEPS), Starting Cohort 4 (SC4) survey data linked to administrative data of the IAB (NEPS-SC4-ADIAB) is now available

4. FDZ Methodenreport 06/2019 'A simple algorithm to link ‘last hires’ from the Job Vacancy Survey to administrative records' by Benjamin Lochner is now available

5. Call for papers: 6th international conference of the SPP 1764 on ‘The German Labor Market in a Globalized World: Trade, Technology, and Demographics’, on 23-24 March 2020 at ZEW Mannheim, Germany

6. The FDZ is closed from 23 December 2019 until 6 January 2020

7. Reporting employees who left the institution

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1. LIAB QM2 9317: New Linked-Employer-Employee Data Cross-Sectional Model is now available

A new cross-sectional model of the Linked Employer-Employee Data (LIAB) is now available. The LIAB QM2 9317 data are based on all establishments interviewed in the IAB Establishment Panel data in the period 1993 to 2017. Individual employment biographies depicted on the reference date 30 June are linked with the IAB Establishment Panel. This model includes observations of all individuals employed by an establishment surveyed in the IAB Establishment Panel in the respective year. In total, the LIAB QM2 9317 data contain information on 12,451,266 individuals and 67,407 linked establishments.

If you want to update your project, please send us an e-mail (iab.fdz@iab.de)

For further information and download of the working tools please visit our website: https://fdz.iab.de/en/Integrated_Establishment_and_Individual_Data/LIAB/LIABQM9317.aspx

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2. PASS SUF 0618: The twelfth wave of the survey 'Labour Market and Social Security' (PASS) is now available

The Panel Study 'Labour Market and Social Security' (PASS), which is conducted by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) is a database for research on the labour market, the welfare state, and poverty in Germany. The twelfth panel-wave from the year 2018 is now available as a scientific use file.

For further information and download of the working tools please visit our website: https://fdz.iab.de/en/FDZ_Individual_Data/PASS/PASS-SUF0618.aspx

The codebook and documentation of PASS, Wave 12 (2019), is provided in FDZ-Datenreport No. 09/2019 (only in German, an english version will be available soon). Further survey information is provided in FDZ-Methodenreport No. 05/2019 (only in German).

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3. NEPS-SC4-ADIAB: National Educational Panel Study (NEPS), Starting Cohort 4 (SC4) survey data linked to administrative data of the IAB (NEPS-SC4-ADIAB) is now available

The survey data of the National Educational Panel Study (NEPS), Starting Cohort 4 (SC4) survey data are collected on behalf of the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories e.V. (LIfBi) in Bamberg. The new data product ‘NEPS-SC4 survey data linked to administrative data of the IAB’ (NEPS-SC4- ADIAB) is provided jointly by the LIfBi and the IAB. Data access is provided by the FDZ at the IAB via on-site use and remote data access.

Further information is available at our website: https://fdz.iab.de/en/FDZ_Individual_Data/NEPS-ADIAB/IAB_NEPS-SC4-ADIAB7517.aspx

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4. FDZ Methodenreport 06/2019 'A simple algorithm to link ‘last hires’ from the Job Vacancy Survey to administrative records' by Benjamin Lochner is now available

The IAB Job Vacancy Survey asks German establishments, among other things, about their most recent hire. Unfortunately, a worker identifier that would allow the direct linking to administrative records is not available. This report describes an algorithm that allows to find reported hires in the administrative employment histories. Based on observable characteristics, the algorithm runs several plausibility checks that make sure that a valid and unique linkage is performed. With its default parameterization the algorithm finds around 70 percent of hires that were mergeable in the first place. The result is the identification of the most recent hire reported in the IAB Job Vacancy Survey in the Integrated Employment Biographies of the IAB.

Download of the FDZ Methodenreport 06/2019 (in English): http://doku.iab.de/fdz/reporte/2019/MR_06-19_EN.pdf

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5. Call for papers: 6th international conference of the SPP 1764 on ‘The German Labor Market in a Globalized World: Trade, Technology, and Demographics’, on 23-24 March 2020 at ZEW Mannheim, Germany

We are pleased to announce the 6th international conference of the SPP 1764 on ‘The German Labor Market in a Globalized World: Trade, Technology, and Demographics’ which will take place on 23-24 March 2020 at ZEW Mannheim, Germany. The conference will also host the 6th user conference of the Research Data Centre (FDZ) at the IAB.

The conference focuses on technology, trade, and demographic changes and the ways they interact with employment, wages, and participation in the labor market, with a particular emphasis on the role of institutions.

The deadline for paper submission is December 20, 2019.

Download of the call for papers: https://www.zew.de/en/veranstaltungen-und-weiterbildung/detail/international-conference-on-the-german-labor-market-in-a-globalized-world/3003/?cHash=5cde74e4409a6283442176c1133cab39

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6. The FDZ is closed from 23 December 2019 until 6 January 2020

During Christmas break, on-site access at both the Nuremberg site and at the remote centers will not be available. This also applies to remote execution services. However, the internal use mode of JoSuA will be active. Advisory services will be limited.

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7. Reporting employees who left the institution

We want to remind you that with the implementation of the JoSuA use agreements and according to section 6 II of your use agreement, you have a reporting obligation for employees leaving your institution or if you yourself change employers. Please immediately inform the FDZ about the exit of employees from your institution by e-mail.

This reporting obligation is necessary to ensure data security. Users are only allowed to analyze our data with a valid use agreement. If you leave the institution with which the contract was agreed upon, you are no longer allowed to access the data. Nevertheless, it is possible that your new institution signs a use agreement with us so that you can continue working on your projects.

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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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