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Platforms dealing with the topics as working and living conditions, poverty and vulnerability offer valuable data to the scientific community in order to facilitate and promote research and organise knowledge exchange across a range of geocultural settings. Within the InGRID research infrastructure, multiple platforms are developed, supported or maintained.
AMELIA is a synthetic dataset that enables comparative and reproducible research in the light of sampling design based simulations. The purpose behind it is comparison and evaluation of new and improved sampling designs, different estimators, and/or their variance estimators.visit amelia
EUROMOD is a state-of-the-art tax-benefit microsimulation model linking micro-data from household surveys and policy legislation in a single user interface. It allows for complex policy impact analysis, such as evaluations of policy reforms in terms of poverty, inequality, work incentives and government budgets, assessments of EU-wide policies or estimation of the impact of changing population characteristics on the redistributive effect of existing policies. EUROMOD covers all 28 EU Member States.Visit EUROMOD
The Integrated Poverty and Living Conditions Indicator System (IPOLIS) is a platform for monitoring, analyzing and evaluating the situation of the most vulnerable groups in Europe. IPOLIS focuses on the poverty and living conditions covering areas like education, social connectedness, environmental quality and physical safety. IPOLIS is designed to help researchers, NGOs, students, journalist and anyone interested in data and topics offered by this platform.Visit IPOLIS
IPUMS provides census and survey data from around the world integrated across time and space. IPUMS integration and documentation makes it easy to study change, conduct comparative research, merge information across data types, and analyze individuals within family and community context. IEPM is the Integrated European Population Microdata bundling the data from official statistical agencies from a large number of European countries in specific. Data and services available free of charge.visit iepm
The Social Policy Indicators (SPIN) is a database that provides social policy data that encourages research on causes and consequences of welfare states, and makes available comparative data on social rights and duties of citizens. Data are carefully collected in a consistent methodological manner to alleviate quantitative research of social policy across time and space.visit spin