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LIVES-JOBVUL

Version
1.0.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Auer, Daniel
  • Bonoli, Giuliano
  • Fossati, Flavia
  • Liechti, Fabienne
  • McDonald, Patrick
  • Oesch, Daniel
Publication Date
2020-02-13
Publisher
  • FORS - Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences
Classification
  • CESSDA Topics Classification:
    • Migration
    • Gender and gender roles
    • Labour and employment policy
Description
  • Abstract

    LIVES-Jobvul strives for a better understanding of labour market outcomes by surveying recruiters. Its aim is to provide data on the demand-side of the Swiss labour market, using a quasi-experimental technique to allow for causal analysis. In particular, it is useful for analysing the effect of civil status, migration background, sex, children, level and type of education, and participation in active labour market programmes (ALMP) on wage recommendations and the likelihood to get invited to a job interview. LIVES-Jobvul is a joint research project of two of the Swiss National Science Foundation National Centres for Competence in Research: LIVES, Overcoming vulnerability: life course perspectives and On the Move: The migration-mobility nexus. As such, it seeks to contribute to the key objectives of the two research centres: using innovative analytical techniques to study causes of vulnerability across the life course, notably relating to family formation and migrant backgrounds.
Temporal Coverage
  • June-November 2016
Geographic Coverage
  • Switzerland (CH)
  • Switzerland
Sampled Universe
HR Managers in Switzerland
Sampling
No sampling :
Time Dimension
  • Cross-section
Collection Mode
  • Self-administered questionnaire: Web-based
Availability
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Update Metadata: 2020-02-13 | Issue Number: 1 | Registration Date: 2020-02-13

Auer, Daniel; Bonoli, Giuliano; Fossati, Flavia; Liechti, Fabienne; McDonald, Patrick et. al. (2020): LIVES-JOBVUL. Version: 1.0.0. FORS - Swiss Center for Expertise in Social Research. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.23662/FORS-DS-1141-1