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SOEPtutorials - Basic Introduction to the SOEP

This introductory video describes what the Socio-economic Panel (SOEP) study is about, how it has evolved, what kinds of data it offers for scientific research, and under what conditions the data can be accessed. This video may also be of interest to parts of the non-scientific community as a very basic overview of the study.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and SOEP Group
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SOEPtutorials - Topics

This video presents the various topics covered in the SOEP and introduces some exemplary items for each of the topics.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and SOEP Group
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SOEPtutorials - Panel Composition and Sample Development

This tutorial explains who we survey each year. It illustrates the household-centered survey design and the methodologies used to follow respondents throughout the life course. It also briefly describes the sample’s evolution since 1984 and introduces the various subsamples that have been added over the years.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and SOEP Group
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SOEPtutorials - Questionnaires

This tutorial introduces the different questionnaires currently used in the SOEP survey. It illustrates how we design the questionnaires to cover the entire life course, including important events, transitions, and moves into and out of the study.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and the SOEP Group
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SOEPtutorials - Data Structure and Naming Conventions

This tutorial introduces the general structure of the Socio-Economic Panel Study and explains the naming conventions for datasets and variables in the study.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and SOEP Group
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SOEPtutorials - Identifiers and Pointers

This tutorial introduces the different identifiers used for individuals, households, and interviewers, and explains how you can use pointers to merge information on different units of analysis.

LectureSandra Bohmann, Deborah Anne Bowen and SOEP Group
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SOEP People: A Conversation with Bruce Headey

Australian Political Scientist Bruce Headey was not only one of the first SOEP data users—he was one of the first researchers in the world to discover the value of the SOEP for research on happiness. Headey is a Principal Fellow at the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research in the University of Melbourne. He is a specialist in welfare and distributional issues and at the forefront of current international research on the efficacy of social welfare policies in Western Europe and North America. He spoke to us about recipes for happiness, the joys of academic life, and about life as a roller coaster ride.

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