The Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD)

This study is part of the collection SwedPop

Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Martin Dribe - Lund University, Economic History Department

Patrick Svensson - Lund University, Economic History Department

Tommy Bengtsson - Lund University, Economic History Department

Description:

The Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD) is based on family reconstitutions for nine rural parishes (Ekeby, Frillestad, Halmstad, Hässlunda, Hög, Kågeröd, Kävlinge, Sireköpinge and Stenestad) and one city (Helsingborg) in Scania, the southernmost county of Sweden, in which information in church records on births, deaths and marriages are linked together to form families. The database is the result of project collaborations between the Centre for Economic Demography (CED) and the Regional Archives in Lund. The co-operation has produced both an event database, in which all basic source material is registered, and an applied research database. The event database is accessible through the Regional Archives in Lund.

The description that follows primarily relates to the research database which contains information on five parishes (Halmstad, Hög, Kågeröd, Kävlinge and Sireköpinge). From the late 19th century onwards, one of the rural parishes was transformed from a minor rural village to a small industrial town (Kävlinge), while the others preserved their rural characters.

At its present

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Creator/Principal investigator(s):

Martin Dribe - Lund University, Economic History Department

Patrick Svensson - Lund University, Economic History Department

Tommy Bengtsson - Lund University, Economic History Department

Identifiers:

SND-ID: EXT 0156

Purpose:

The purpose of the Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD) is to function as a research infrastructure for economic as well as demographic research.

Description:

The Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD) is based on family reconstitutions for nine rural parishes (Ekeby, Frillestad, Halmstad, Hässlunda, Hög, Kågeröd, Kävlinge, Sireköpinge and Stenestad) and one city (Helsingborg) in Scania, the southernmost county of Sweden, in which information in church records on births, deaths and marriages are linked together to form families. The database is the result of project collaborations between the Centre for Economic Demography (CED) and the Regional Archives in Lund. The co-operation has produced both an event database, in which all basic source material is registered, and an applied research database. The event database is accessible through the Regional Archives in Lund.

The description that follows primarily relates to the research database which contains information on five parishes (Halmstad, Hög, Kågeröd, Kävlinge and Sireköpinge). From the late 19th century onwards, one of the rural parishes was transformed from a minor rural village to a small industrial town (Kävlinge), while the others preserved their rural characters.

At its present

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Time period(s) investigated:

1983 — ongoing

Lowest geographic unit:

Parish

Highest geographic unit:

Parish

Population:

Families in ten parishes in Scania in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

Time Method:

Sampling procedure:

Non-probability

Publications

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