Inhaltsbereich: Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung
The Research Data Centre (FDZ) of the Federal Employment Agency at the Institute for Employment Research
The Research Data Centre (FDZ) of the German Federal Employment Agency (BA) at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) is intended mainly to facilitate access to BA and IAB micro data for non-commercial empirical research using standardised and transparent access rules. The FDZ mediates between data producers and external users. We also control for compliance with data protection regulations.
The FDZ is a unit of the Federal Employment Agency (BA). It is directly subordinate to IAB’s Directorate.
For details on services available at the FDZ click on 'About us'.
The FDZ is closed from 21 December 2015 until 6 January 2016
During the Christmas break, on-site access at both the Nuremberg site and at the remote centers will not be avialable. This also applies to remote execution services. However, the internal use mode of JoSuA will be active. Advisory services will be limited.
PASS: New wave of the Panel Study 'Labour Market and Social Security'
The 8th wave of the Panel Study 'Labour Market and Social Security' is now available.
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A new FAQ page is available at our homepage containing a list of known user problems with the JoSuA application. The FAQ are a supplement to the JoSuA manual and our guidelines as to the use of remote data access and on-site use with JoSuA. In case you have questions regarding JoSuA or encounter a problem we would like to ask you to consult the two documents and the FAQ page in addition.
>> JoSuA FAQ
>> JoSuA manual
>> Guidelines of the FDZ as to the use of remote data access and on-site use with JoSuA
The German Job Vacancy Survey of the IAB: New Waves
The German Job Vacancy Survey of the IAB has been extended by three waves and now covers information from the fourth quarter 2000 to the third quarter 2014. All documentation as well as variable labels are now available in English as well.
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