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Corso di introduzione a Stata (novembre 2011)


Elenco dei data base disponibili


Microdati Eurostat

Indagine Anni disponibili    
Adult Education Survey (AES) 2007 (Francia 2006) scheda sintetica link Eurostat
Community Innovation Statistics (CIS) 2000-01; 2004; 2006 scheda sintetica link Eurostat
European Community Household Panel (ECHP) 1994-2001 scheda sintetica link Eurostat
European Union Labour Force Survey (EU LFS) 1983-2009 scheda sintetica link Eurostat
European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU‐SILC) 2005-2008 scheda sintetica link Eurostat
Structure of Earnings Survey (SES) 2002-2006 scheda sintetica link Eurostat

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Microdati Istat

Indagine Anni disponibili  
Aspetti della vita quotidiana 2000, 2001; 2002; 2003; 2005; 2006; 2008; 2009 link Istat
Condizioni di salute e ricorso ai servizi sanitari 1999/2000; 2004/05 link Istat
Famiglia, soggetti sociali e condizioni dell'infanzia 2003 link Istat
Indagine campionaria sulle nascite 2002; 2005 link Istat
Indagine corrente sui consumi delle famiglie 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009 link Istat
Indagine di ritorno sui disabili 2004 link Istat
Indagine sulle condizionid i vita (UDB IT SILC) 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009 link Istat
Indagine sulle condizionid i vita (UDB IT SILC) longitudinale 2005-2008 link Istat
Rilevazione continua sulle forze di lavoro 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010 link Istat
Sicurezza delle donne 2006 link Istat

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Corso di introduzione a Stata

Laboratorio informatico 2 - ore 9-12

- venerdì 18 novembre 2011 dati programmi
- lunedì 21 novembre 2011 appunti programma esercizio
- lunedì 28 novembre 2011 programma

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Description This survey is part of the EU Statistics on lifelong learning and analyse the participation of adults in education and learning. The AES is a pilot exercise, which for the first time proposed a common EU framework including a standard questionnaire, tools and quality reporting.
Year 2007; planned to be conducted every 5 years
Country 29 countries in the EU, EFTA and candidate countries
Target population persons aged 25-64, living in private households
Topics The survey covers participation in education and lifelong learning activities (formal, non-formal and informal learning).

The classification of education, occupation and economic activities in the AES are fully harmonised. The classification of education activities is based on ISCED, the one of occupation on ISCO and the one of economic activities is in accordance with NACE Rev.1.1
Tables of indicators

Notes - See the Task force report on AES
- The anonymised microdata can be accessed via CD-Rom. Ireland, Iceland and Luxembourg did not take part in the pilot survey. The Maltese data will not be available on the CD-Rom
Variables -
Modules of the questionnaire

Module AA: background information of the individual
Demographic background; Educational profile; Social profile; Educational attainment of both parents; Health status; Information on the household; Situation in the Labour Market
Module AB: self-reported computer and language skills
ICT skills: type and frequency of use; Language skills: Mother tongue; languages used; frequency of use
Module B: participation in cultural and social activities
Visiting cultural events of institutions (frequency); practice of cultural activities; social participation
Module C: participation in education and learning in general
Incidence of participation in education and learning: formal education, non-formal education, informal learning. Time spent in education and learning; Volume of: taught hours, taught hours during working,  informal learning time. Perceived obstacles/barriers
Module D: characteristics of learning activities
Content of formal, non formal, informal learning; Type; Level; Subject/Field. Recognition of learning outcomes. Time. Providers. Subjective Evaluation. Perceived motive – short; Perceived motive – extended;  Satisfaction;  Benefits (e. g. Use of skills); Direct costs for the learner; Method

Description The Community Innovation Statistics are the main data source for measuring innovation in Europe
Year 1993; 1997; 2000-01; 2004; 2006; 2008 (the frequency of Community Innovation Statistics is increased from 2004 onwards with a full survey every four years and a reduced survey every two years after the main ones)
Country the survey 2008 was carried out in all 27 EU Member States, 3 countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and in EU candidate countries, Norway and Iceland
Target population enterprises, as defined in the Council Regulation on statistical units or as defined in the statistical business register
Topics the survey is designed to obtain information on innovation activities of enterprises, as well as various aspects of the innovation process such as the effects of innovation, sources of information used, costs etc. It allows the monitoring of Europe's progress in the area of innovation, creating a better understanding of the innovation process and analysing the effects of innovation on the economy (regarding competitiveness, employment, economic growth, trade patterns, etc.)
Indicators Tables of indicators: the tables cover the basic information of the enterprise, product and process innovation, innovation activity and expenditure, effects of innovation, innovation co-operation, public finding of innovation, source of information for innovation patents, etc.
Notes - See the metadata
- see the CIS harmonized survey questionnaire
- The CIS is based on the Oslo Manual (2005) which gives methodological guidelines and defines the innovation concept.
- The anonymised microdata can be accessed via a CD-Rom; the non anonymised microdata can be accessed via the SAFE Centre at the premises of Eurostat in Luxembourg.

Description Panel survey of households and persons interviewed year after year
Year 1994-2001 (8 waves)
Country Germany , Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg , France, United-Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Finland, Sweden.
Target population households and individuals
Topics income and living conditions. Detailed income information, financial situation in a wider sense, working life, housing situation, social relations, health and biographical information of the interviewed.
Indicators indicators of relative monetary poverty and of income inequality; selection of indicators of social exclusion and non-monetary (notably on housing). Of these, 4 have been chosen as structural indicators, namely the at-risk-of-poverty rate before cash social transfers, the persistent at-risk-of-poverty rate and the s80/s20 income quintile share ratio. The at-risk-of-poverty rate after social transfers is a headline indicator. A selection of indicators in the "health status" and "health care" collections of the "public health" domain also under the above-mentioned same theme are derived from ECHP as well.
Notes see the metadata
Variables see the complete list
Datasets and sections of the questionnaire HOUSEHOLD FILE

Description The EU LFS is a large household sample survey providing quarterly results on labour participation of people aged 15 and over as well as on persons outside the labour force.
Year 1983-2009
Country 27 Member States of the European Union, 3 candidate countries and 3 countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
Target population persons aged 15 years and over living in private households
Topics The EU LFS is the main data source for the domain ‘employment and unemployment’. The contents of this domain include tables on population, employment, working time, permanency of the job, professional status etc. The data is commonly broken down by age, sex, education level, economic activity and occupation where applicable.
Indicators the employment rate, the employment rate of older workers, the average exit age from the labour force, the participation in life-long learning and the unemployment rate. The sustainable development indicators also include employment rates by age and educational attainment as well as the population living in jobless households and the long-term unemployment rate.
Tables of indicators. Statistical classifications used in the EU LFS (in accordance with the international systems): education based on ISCED-97; occupation based on ISCO-88; economic activity classification based on NACE (see details on the transition between NACE Rev.1.1 and Rev. 2; professional status classification based on ICSE-93.
Notes - see the metadata
- see the anonymisation criteria
- from 1999, a set of questions is added to the EU LFS on a yearly but rotating basis. The topics are: 2015: Work organisation and working-time arrangements; 2014: Labour market situation of migrants and their immediate descendants; 2013: Accidents at work and other work-related health problems; 2012: Transition from work into retirement; 2011: Employment of disabled people; 2010: Reconciliation between work and family life; 2009: Entry of young people into the labour market; 2008: Labour market situation of migrants and their immediate descendants; 2007: Accidents at work and work-related health problems; 2006: Transition from work into retirement; 2005: Reconciliation between work and family life; 2004: Work organisation and working time arrangements; 2003: Lifelong learning; 2002: Employment of disabled people; 2001: Length and patterns of working time; 2000: Transition from school to working life; 1999: Accidents at work and occupational diseases.
Variables see the complete list
Sections of the questionnaire Demographic background
Labour status
Employment characteristics of the main job
Atypical work
Hours worked
Second job
Previous work experience of person not in employment
Search for employment
Methods used during previous four weeks to find work
Main labour status
Education and training (from 2003)
Situation one year before survey
Technical items relating to the interview

Description is an harmonized survey aiming at collecting timely and comparable cross-sectional and longitudinal multidimensional microdata on income, poverty, social exclusion and living conditions.
Year 2003-2009
Country AT, BE, BG, CY, CZ, DE, DK, EE, ES, FI, FR, GR, HU, IE, IT, LT, LU, LV, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SE, SI, SK, UK, IS, NO (2009)
Target population households and individuals
Topics statistics on EU-SILC cover objective and subjective aspects of these themes in both monetary and non-monetary terms for both households and individuals. The survey collects comparable multidimensional micro-data on: income, poverty, social exclusion, housing, labour, education, health. The ad-hoc modules are developed each year to tackle different aspects in the field of social statistics: 2008 module: Over-indebtedness and financial exclusion; 2007 module: Housing conditions; 2006 module: Social participation; 2005 module: Intergenerational transmission of  poverty.
Indicators the EU-SILC has been established to provide data to be used for the structural indicators of social cohesion (at-risk-of poverty rate, S80/S20 and gender pay gap) and in the context of the two Open Methods of Coordination in the field of social inclusion and pensions. For social inclusion, the most important output is the computation of the so called "Laeken indicators", including poverty rate, persistent poverty rate (crossed by age, gender, household type, activity status, work intensity and tenure status), S80/S20, Gini coefficient, in-work poverty. See the main tables
Notes - See the metadata
- See the classification used
Variables list of primary and secondary variables

Structure of Earnings Survey (SES)
Description The objective of the survey is to provide accurate and harmonised data on earnings in EU Member States, EFTA countries and Candidate Countries for policy-making and research purposes
Year 2002; 2006
Country 27 Member States of the European Union and 2 countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) in accordance with Council Regulation n° 530/1999.
Target population enterprises with at least 10 employees in the areas of economic activity defined by sections C-K of NACE Rev.1.1. The inclusion of sections L–O was optional for 2002, as was the inclusion of enterprises with fewer than 10 employees
Topics the survey provide detailed and comparable information on relationships between the level of remuneration, individual characteristics of employees (sex, age, occupation, length of service, highest educational level attained, etc.) and their employer (economic activity, size and location of the enterprise)
Indicators Annual gross earnings (see the metadata); Net earnings and tax rates; Tax rate indicators (tax wedge on labour costs, unemployment trap and low wage trap); Gender Pay Gap; Minimum wages.
Tables of indicators
Notes - See the metadata
- See the national quality report
- The anonymised microdata can be accessed via a CD-Rom (23 EEA countries); the non anonymised microdata can be accessed via the SAFE Centre at the premises of Eurostat in Luxembourg (17 EEA countries). Information on the  anonymisation method