In order to access micro data files, users have to sign and submit a Statement of affiliation, confidentiality and acceptable usage. They also have to submit a title and abstract of their research project. They can use the data for all their research projects.en-GB
In any work emanating from research based on the Generations and Gender Survey micro-data, users should acknowledge that these data were obtained from the GGP Data Archive and refer to the publications that describes the model survey instruments. Authors must specify which datasets are used, including the countries, waves and versions used in analysis.
CITATION GUIDELINES for the DATASETS: Except otherwise stated, names of the persons in the GGP national team involved in the data collection, plus members of the GGP Central Coordination Team (CCT) who were involved in the data collection and/or preparation.
See "Citation Requirement" for each Country specific dataset.
METHODOLOGY REFERENCES: We recommend users to cite the original Vikat et al. (2007) paper and a more recent one.
Vikat, A., Spéder, Z., Beets, G., Billari, F., Bühler, C., Désesquelles, A., Fokkema, T., Hoem, J., MacDonald, A., Neyer, G., Pailhé, A., Pinnelli, A., & Solaz, A. (2007). Generations and Gender Survey (GGS): towards a better understanding of relationships and processes in the life course. Demographic Research, 17, 389–440. https://doi.org/10.4054/DemRes.2007.17.14
Gauthier, A. H., Cabaço, S., & Emery, T. (2018). Generations and Gender Survey study profile. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 9(4), 456-465. https://doi.org/10.14301/llcs.v9i4.500en-GB
Users of GGS micro-data are required to submit any research papers based on the Generations and Gender Survey micro-data or aggregate tabulations to the GGP Website.
Link to GGP bibliography submission page: https://www.ggp-i.org/form/publications/en-GB
In order to access, it is necessary to subscribe to the GGP Data User Space, and to follow the instructions available on the GGP data access webpage.
Link to the GGP Data User Space: https://www.ggp-i.org/form/accounts/login/?next=/form/bibtex/add/en-GB
The authors and producers bear no responsibility for the uses of the GGS data, or for interpretations or inferences based on these uses. The producers accept no liability for indirect, consequential or incidental damages or losses arising from use of the data collection, or from the unavailability of, or break in access to the service for whatever reason.en-GB
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