The Swedish contextual database (CDB) was established to accompany the Swedish Generations and Gender Survey (GGS) and to complement the contextual database of the international Generations and Gender Programme (GGP).
Responsible department/unitStockholm University, Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA)
- Funding agency: Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Foundation
- Funding agency's reference number: IN15-0511:1
Geographic location: Sweden
DEMOGRAPHY (POPULATION, VITAL STATISTICS, AND CENSUSES), Economic conditions and indicators, Economic policy, public expenditure and revenue, Compulsory and pre-school education, Higher and further education, Health care services and policies, Employment, Unemployment, Retirement, Elections, Family life and marriage, Elderly, Children, Social welfare policy, Social welfare systems/structures, Specific social services: use and availability, Social conditions and indicators, Social change
Social Sciences (The Swedish standard of fields of research 2011)
housing, population migration, politics, employment, economics, culture, fiscal policy, health, social welfare, pensions, children, child care, unemployment, taxation, education, parental leave, labour (resource), demography, geriatric nursing, mortality, work, fertility, employment policy, housing policy, longevity, pensions, life tables
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DescriptionThe Swedish Contextual Data Collection is available in xls format. In addition to that, the internationally comparative data will be integrated into the Contextual Database (CDB) of the GGP in 2018. These data can be exported in other formats, as well (e.g. CSV, XML). The indicators can also be accessed in a single file in STATA or SPSS format. The data can be matched with the Swedish GGS. International regional coding schemes are also supported, such as NUTS, OECD.
Data format / data structure
Time period(s) investigated
1970-01-01 – 2017-12-31