ECHPEuropean Community Household Panel
ECHPEuropean Centre for Health Policy (World Health Organization)
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Our analysis is based on data taken from the European Community Household Panel (ECHP).
Identifying populations groups at high risk of social exclusion: Evidence from the ECHP. In R.
We will see that the ECHP provides a wider set of information about migrants integration that could be fruitfully used to measure migrants performance, and so go beyond traditional analyses.
After a brief review of the literature in Section 2, Section 3 describes the ECHP data.
In order to test the sensitivity of the results to the equivalence scale choice, we have calculated the inequality measures using the new microdata contained in the European Community Household Panel (ECHP).
Both of these regressions use observations drawn from the ECHP for 2000/01 to describe [].
(2001) use the ECHP data to compare the risks of being deprivation-poor for those in different low-income bands.
A unique source of comparable data across European countries is used: the ECHP (European Community Household Panel), a dataset based on a homogeneous questionnaire and, therefore, particularly suitable for cross-countries analysis.
Our data base is the User Data Base (UDB) of the European Community Household Panel (ECHP).