New doctoral thesis at CED!
One of the Ph.D. students at CED, Luciana Quaranta/Dept of Economic History, will defend her doctoral thesis titles "Scarred for life. How conditions in early life affect socioeconomic status, reproduction and mortality in Southern Sweden, 1813-1968" this Wednesday June 5 at 10:15, place Holger Crafoords Ekonomicentrum, room EC3:210.
Data from the Scanian Economic Demographic Database is now publicly accessible
Data from the Scanian Economic Demographic Database is now publicly accessible. The dataset is a longitudinal economic and demographic dataset containing all individuals living in five parishes in southern Sweden for the period 1813 to 1910. The individuals are followed from birth or in-migration to death or out-migration, and the dataset contains demographic and socio-economic variables on household, family and individual level.
For access, please click SEDD public access below
Use of data for the period after 1910 requires special permission in accordance with the restrictions stated by of the Regional Ethical Review Board, the Swedish Data Inspection Board and Lund University.