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Jordan - Labor Market Panel Survey, JLMPS 2016

Data File

JLMPS 2016 panel v1.1

Content 2010/2016 panel data file.
The data are constructed as panel data (wide format) directly from the repeated cross section.
This file contains only the created variables across 2010 and 2016.
Variables repeat as 'variable'_# where # is round, i.e. pn_10, pn_16 for the person numbers in 2010 and 2016. If an individual is not present in a round, the variables for that round will be missing.
----> Identifiers:
· Findid: unique individual identifier from when individual was first observed
----> Weights:
· expan_hh: this is the cross-sectional household expansion weight for the full sample and can be used with the rep xs and xs files. This is the main weight you should use in cross-sectional analyses on the household level (using variables from questionnaires 1 and 3 only, household level analyses). This variable is available in the panel, but should not be used for panel analyses; see panel weight below.
· expan_indiv: this is the cross-sectional individual expansion weight for the full sample and can be used with the rep xs and xs files. This is the main weight you should use in cross-sectional analyses on the individual level (using variables from questionnaire 2 or individual level analyses). This variable is available in the panel, but should not be used for panel analyses; see panel weight below.
· expan_ref_hh: this is the weight, specific to 2016, that is a cross-sectional expansion weight based on only the refresher sample. This is a weight you can use in cross-sectional analyses on the household level (using variables from questionnaires 1 and 3 only, household level analyses).
· expan_ref_indiv: this is the weight, specific to 2016, that is a cross-sectional expansion weight based on only the refresher sample. This is a weight you can use in cross-sectional analyses on the individual level (using variables from questionnaire 2 or individual level analyses).
· panel_wt_10_16: this is the panel weight, designed for analyses spanning 2010 and 2016. It is not an expansion weight, but normalized to 1.
Cases 44901
Variable(s) 1113

Variables

NameLabelQuestion
Findid Unique indiv. ID when first obs.
Fhhid Unique household ID when first obs.
panel_wt_10_16 Panel weight 2010 to 2016
indid_16 Unique individual id
hhid_16 Unique household id
pn_16 Individual no. in hh
Fpsu_16 PSU household first sampled under
pn_2010_16 Individual no. in hh in 2010
pn_2016_16 Individual no. in hh in 2016
indiv_result_final_16_16 Final individual result in 2016
hh_result_final_16_16 Final househhold result in 2016
indiv_valid_16 Individual questionnaire valid
hhtype_16 Type of household
indtype_16 Type of individual
visit_date_16 First visit date
visit_m_16 First visit month
visit_y_16 First visit year
expan_hh_16 Expansion weight-households
expan_ref_hh_16 Expansion weight-refresher only-households
expan_indiv_16 Expansion weights-individuals
expan_ref_indiv_16 Expansion weight-refresher only-individuals
gov_16 Governorate
region_16 Region
urban_16 Urban/rural
urb_rural_camps_16 Urban/rural/camps
district_16 District
subdistrict_16 Sub-district
locality_16 Locality
ref_stratum_16 Refresher stratum
ref_sernum_16 Refresher serial num.
ref_resp_rate_16 Refresher serial response rate
sex_16 Sex
brthyr_16 Year of birth
brthmth_16 Month of birth
nationality_16 Nationality
nationality_cl_16 Nationality (five categories)
forced_migr_16 Forced migrant household
forced_migr_2011_16 Recent (2011 or later) forced migrant household
age_16 Age
agegrp1_16 Age (Ten groups)
agegrp2_16 Age (Fourteen groups)
reltohd_16 Relation to the head of hh
hhsize_16 Total No. of Individuals in the Household
marital_16 Marital status
sppres_16 Spouse present
spcode_16 Spouse code
wealth_16 Household wealth score
dwealth_16 Deciles of household wealth
qwealth_16 Quintiles of household wealth
wlthurb_16 Household wealth score--urban only
wlthrur_16 Household wealth score--rural only
dwlthurb_16 Deciles of household wealth--urban only
dwlthrur_16 Deciles of household wealth--rural only
qwlthurb_16 Quintiles of household wealth--urban only
qwlthrur_16 Quintiles of household wealth--rural only
nlivingb_16 No. living brothers
ndeadb_16 No. dead brothers
nlivings_16 No. living sisters
ndeads_16 No. dead sisters
nbrothers_16 No. brothers (living and dead)
nsisters_16 No. sisters (living and dead)
nsibs_16 No. siblings (living and dead)
alwpres_16 Always present
wklypres_16 Comes once per week
housetyp_cl_16 Type of Housing Unit, 2010 compatible
housetyp_nh_16 Type of Housing Unit, not harmonized
floor_cl_16 Material used for dwelling the floor, compatible
floor_nh_16 Material used for dwelling the floor, not harmonized
extwalls_nh_16 Material for the exterior walls, not harmonized
roof_16 Material of the roof
dwlarea_16 Housing unit area in squared metres
rooms_16 Rooms
tenancy_16 Housing unit ownership
drkwatsrc_nh_16 Main source of drinking water, not harmonized
drkwatsrc_cl_16 Main source of drinking water, compatible
othwatsrc_16 Main source of water for other purposes
lighting_16 Main source of lighting
water_heating_16 Main source of water heating
heating_16 Main source of heating
toilet_cl_16 Type of toilet facility, compatible
toilet_nh_16 Type of toilet facility, not harmonized
drainage_16 Sewage system
garbage_16 Principal means of garbage disposal
fridge_16 Own: fridge
freezer_16 Own: freezer
ovenstove_16 Own: ovenstove
stoveonly_16 Own: stoveonly
washer_16 Own: washer
BWTV_16 Own: B&W TV
colorTV_16 Own: Color TV
satellite_16 Own: Satellite
video_16 Own: Video
phone_16 Own: Phone
mobile_16 Own: Mobile
solarheater_16 Own: Solarheater
PC_16 Own: PC
internet_16 Own: Internet
fax_16 Own: fax
sewingmach_16 Own: Sewing machine
dishwasher_16 Own: dishwasher
Total variable(s): 1113


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