Data archives and access to government data for researchers: State of the art and future developments in Europe in the ERI perspective
Silberman, Roxane and Tubaro, Paola (2008) Data archives and access to government data for researchers: State of the art and future developments in Europe in the ERI perspective. In: Joint CESSDA, ONS and Eurostat Meeting - Microdata access: New developments and a way forward, 3-4 Dec 2008, Luxembourg. (Unpublished)
6_1_CESSDA.pdf - Presentation
An increasingly complex environment
• In many European countries, improvements in quantity and quality of government microdata production have come with better conditions of access for researchers.
• Yet difficulties and inequalities in access remain. In particular:
– diverse perceptions of confidentiality issues coexist;
– discrepancies subsist between official procedures and actual practices;
– documentation is often insufficient or uneven.
• This leads to low transparency and high complexity of the system.
• Complexity at the national level is reinforced at the European level, due to heterogeneities among countries.
The case for a European research infrastructure
• In this context, a European Research
Infrastructure can offer pathways for access by
acting as a central data broker.
⇒ CESSDA Data Archives have played this role
for several years at national level: what can be
their place at European level?
|Item Type:||Conference or Conference Paper (Paper)|
|Additional Information:|| Workshop agenda available at: http://www.cessda.org/project/outputs/wp10workshop1/wp10workshop1_final_agenda.pdf|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||data access, official statistical data, microdata, European research area, social science|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HA Statistics
J Political Science > JN Political institutions (Europe)
|Faculty / Department / Research Groups:||Faculty of Business > Centre for Business Network Analysis
Faculty of Business > Department of International Business & Economics
|Last Modified:||14 Oct 2016 09:14|
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