The Cluster explores and supports ways to add value to data bases:
- RDC Longitudinal Administrative Data
- Canadian Household Panel Survey
- Gender and Generations Survey
- "How Generations and Gender Shape Demographic Change: Towards policies based on better knowledge" is the theme of the Conference that will be held in Geneva on May 14-16, 2008.
- Public Economics
Data Analysis Laboratory at McMaster
The purpose of the laboratory is to develop high quality research data sets that may be used to study various Canadian public economics issues.
PCLC invites proposals for projects on:
Dynamic Computer Modeling Project
Data Development Projects:
SLID for Stata: Automating the transfer and documentation of the SLID data files into ready to use bilingual Stata files.
Functional databases for longitudinal analyses: The case of the National Population Health Survey in Canada
Use of administrative data at the Public Economics Data Analysis Laboratory (PEDAL)