About ERF
ERF Affiliates
Research Activities
RIAD
Conferences / Workshops
Become an ERF Affiliate
Find out more >

Access
Online Services
Username


Password
Register | Forgot Password

Register For
Publications
Please enter your email:
 
|
 
Advanced Search

Jordan - Labor Market Panel Survey, JLMPS 2016

Data Files
IDFilenameDescriptionCasesTypeVariables
F11 JLMPS 2016 xs v1.1 ----> Identifiers: · indid: unique individual identifier · hhid: unique household identifier ----> Variables: · For those who cannot load the many variables in this data set, you can separately load pt 1 and pt 2 versions · pt 1 includes questionnaire 2 variables and created variables · pt 2 includes questionnaire 1 and 3 and created variables ----> 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. 33450 2881
F12 JLMPS 2016 xs v1.1 pt 1 ----> Identifiers: · indid: unique individual identifier · hhid: unique household identifier ----> Variables: · pt 1 includes questionnaire 2 variables and created variables ----> 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. 33450 1943
F13 JLMPS 2016 xs v1.1 pt 2 ----> Identifiers: · indid: unique individual identifier · hhid: unique household identifier ----> Variables: · pt 2 includes questionnaire 1 and 3 and created variables ----> 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. 33450 1603
F14 JLMPS 2016 rep xs v1.1 2010/2016 repeated cross section data file. This file contains only the created, compatible variables across 2010 and 2016. The data are long structure, observation is an individual & year combination. ----> Identifiers: · round: Identifies round of survey (2010, 2016) · indid: unique individual identifier · hhid: unique household identifier ----> 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. 59403 687
F15 JLMPS 2016 panel v1.1 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. 44901 1113


Home   |   About ERF   |   ERF Affiliates   |   Research Activities   |  
Capacity Building   |   Conferences/Workshops   |   Publications   |   Online Journals   |   Datasets   |   Contact us