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Region Skåne

In the spring of 2016, public health survey "Barn och Unga i Skåne 2016" was conducted among school children in grade 6, grade 9 and high school grade 2, in all 33 municipalities in Skåne. Almost 27,500 students answer...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Fridh, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Birgit Modén, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Ingela Sjöberg, Kommunförbundet skåne
Published: 2017-03-24

Stockholm University

The Stockholm Birth Cohort Study (SBC) was created in 2004/2005 by a probability matching of two anonymized longitudinal datasets; The Stockholm Metropolitan study and The Swedish Work and Mortality Database (WMD). The f...

  • Ylva B. Almquist, Stockholm University, Centre for Health Equity Studies
Published: 2014-09-08

Region Skåne

Region Skåne regularly carries out public health surveys to examine the health and living conditions of living and living conditions. Previous surveys have been carried out in 2008, 2004 and 2000. In 2012, a sample was ...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Birgit Modén, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
Published: 2014-01-20

Region Skåne

In the spring of 2012, public health survey "Barn och Unga i Skåne 2012" was conducted among school children in grade 6, grade 9 and high school grade 2 in all 33 municipalities in Skåne. In total, close to 30,000 stud...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Birgit Modén, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Ann-Christine Lundkvist, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Patrik Runesson, Kommunförbundet skåne
  • Ingela Sjöberg, Kommunförbundet skåne
Published: 2013-09-06

Umeå University

This survey is the Swedish part of the 2006 'International Social Survey Program' (ISSP), and it is the second time Sweden participates in an ISSP-survey focusing on the role of government.

  • Jonas Edlund, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
  • Stefan Svallfors, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
Published: 2007

University of Gothenburg

Information about GDP per capita; GDP growth; total public expenditure as percent of GDP; percent public consumption; gini coefficient for equivalent disposable income; percent imports from developing countries; inflatio...

  • Björn Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg, Department of Social Work
  • Mats Johansson, Institute for Future Studies
Published: 2004

Umeå University

This survey, inquiring the Swedish people's attitudes towards the public sector and the taxes, is a follow-up of two earlier surveys conducted in 1986 and 1992. A number of questions are also similar to those put in the ...

  • Jonas Edlund, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
  • Stefan Svallfors, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
Published: 2003

Umeå University

This survey, inquiring the attitudes of the Swedish population towards the public sector and the taxes, is a follow-up of three earlier surveys conducted in 1986, 1992 and 1997. A number of questions are also similar to ...

  • Jonas Edlund, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
  • Stefan Svallfors, Umeå University, Department of Sociology
Published: 2002

University of Gothenburg

The Swedish income panel was originally set up in the beginning of the 90s to make studies of how immigrants assimilate in the Swedish labour market possible. It consists of large samples of foreign-born and Swedish-born...

  • Björn Gustafsson, University of Gothenburg, Department of Social Work
Published: 2001

Stockholm University

The first level of living survey started within the framework of a governmental commission set up to study the prevalence and problems of low incomes. Their task was broadly defined, so beside a range of studies on incom...

  • Sten Johansson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Robert Erikson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Jan O. Jonsson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Michael Tåhlin, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
Published: 1999