SIP -

The Swedish Interdisciplinary Panel

Infrastructure

Research areas and keywords

UKÄ subject classification

  • Economics
  • Economic History
  • Public Health, Global Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology
  • Sociology

Type of infrastructure

  • Digital collections

Keywords

  • health, demography, economics, labor market, register data

Description

SIP contains two separate data bases. The first (SIP-EXIT) focuses on individuals’ later parts of the life course and contains the total population in Sweden born 1930-1980, as well as all their parents and siblings. The other database (SIP-ENTRY) focuses on early careers and life course transitions and contains the total population in Sweden born 1973-1995 as well as their parents and siblings. Both databases contain detailed demographic, socioeconomic and health information from different official registers:
SCB: Flergenerationsregistret (family links), Registret över totalbefolkningen (RTB, demographic data, Yrkesregistret, Utbildningsregistret, Folk- och bostadsräkningarna 1960-1990, Förmögenhetsregistret, RAMS (work place)
Socialstyrelsen: Dödsorsaksregistret, In- och utpatientregistret, Medicinska födelseregistret
Pensionsmyndigheten: Pension savings
Försakringskassan: MiDAS (Sickness absence and pre-retirement)

Equipment and resources

Computer servers and data storage are provided to users, as well as software for data analysis. The database if physically located at SCBs MONA system.

Digital and physical collections

Digital data

Services provided

Data and documentation of the data. Researchers affiliated with the Centre for Economic Demography get support with data management and extraction of data.

Management of the infrastructure

Overall steering by the board of the Centre for Economic Demography. Operational management by the PI and a data manager.

Available for loan

Not available for loan

Terms of access:

Data are available to researchers affiliated to the Centre for Economic Demography working with issues falling under the research program “Sambandet mellan kritiska perioder tidigt i livet och socioekonomiska samt demografiska utfall” (cleared by the Regional Ethics Committee).