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158 Dutch Skill Survey (NSS) 2017

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General Information

Title Dutch Skill Survey (NSS) 2017
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 158
Abstract Dutch skill survey
Study Type Assembled Studies
Longitudinal Type Single Wave Study
Begin date 2017-06-05
End date 2017-07-25
Topics
Researcher Dirk Scheele, Didier Fouarge
Analysis Unit Individual
Publisher CentERdata
Copyright © 2017 CentERdata
Funding Organization
Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW)


Response Overview

Selected number of household members: 5,106 (100%)
Non-response: 886 (17.4%)
Response: 4,220 (82.6%)
Complete: 4,026 (78.8%)
Incomplete: 194 (3.8%)

Collection Events

Data Collection Period: 2017-06-05 to 2017-06-25
Sample: Panel members that participated in the ‘Een leven lang leren 2017’ survey
Data Collection Mode: internet survey
Fieldwork Organization: CentERdata
Fieldwork Note: A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents
Data Collection Period: 2017-07-03 to 2017-07-25
Sample: Non-respondents of the first measurement
Data Collection Mode: internet survey
Fieldwork Organization: CentERdata
Fieldwork Note: A reminder was sent twice to non-respondents

Questionnaires

The metadata for the questions in this study have not yet been published.

Codebooks and Other Materials

Filename: codeboek_​mv17a_​NL_​2.0.pdf
Material Type: pdf
Description: Codebook in Dutch
File: Download

Datasets

Dataset: mv17a
Version: 2.0
Note: Currently the data are only available in Dutch.
Variables: The metadata for the variables in this study have not yet been published.

Datafiles

Filename Type Note Download
mv17a_NL_2.0p.sav zip_spss SPSS file Download
mv17a_NL_2.0p.dta zip_stata STATA file Download

Codings

The metadata for the variables in this study have not yet been published.

Publications

The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. Regulatory fit at work: gravitational effects and associations with employee well-being
    European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (2018), 27(6), 809-821
    Brenninkmeijer, V., ; Vink, M., ; Dorenbosch, L.W., ; Beudeker, D.A., ; Rink, F.

  2. Taken en vaardigheden op het werk. Bevindingen uit de eerste en tweede Nederlandse Skills survey
    ROA-R-2018/6
    Berg, E. van den, ; Eldert, P. van, ; Fouarge, D., ; Weel, B. ter