Open Research Data Pilot
MOVE will participate in the Open Research Data Pilot and therefore provide project data of the quantitative survey for further research on this website.
Youth mobility macro data for Europe - SUF - H2020-Project "Mapping mobility – pathways, institutions and structural effects of youth mobility" (WP2 Data)
The database MOVE-SUF presents a macro-data-compilation of the MOVE project (macro-analysis in work-package 2) which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 649263. The consortium of MOVE comprises nine partners in six countries: Luxembourg, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Romania, and Spain. The main objective of MOVE is to provide evidence-based knowledge on mobility of young people in Europe as a prerequisite to improve mobility conditions, and to identify fostering and hindering factors of mobility. The objective was followed by using a multilevel interdisciplinary research design, combining macro- and micro analysis with three empricial approaches. The MOVE-SUF was compiled within the macro-analysis approach: “Sampling and secondary analyses of macro data of youth mobility in Europe and the partner countries” by the German Youth Institute. The MOVE-SUF served as basis for the secondary data-analyses within the MOVE project and is now published as open-access available dataset. The MOVE-SUF is set up with data from all EU-28 and 3 EFTA countries (CH, IS, NO), with a total of 31 country-cases. The MOVE-SUF covers a core period of 10 years (2004-2013). For some indicators data for 2014 can be provided additionally. For single variables data was not available for all years of the core period (the covered period for each variable can be seen in each variable name). If only yearly data for single countries was missing, the cells were left empty. The MOVE-SUF is compiled only with comparable macro data derived from the following institutions: EUROSTAT, OECD, UN and World Bank. The Users Manual includes links to the data sources which provide additional information.
GESIS Repository Link: https://datorium.gesis.org/xmlui/handle/10.7802/1653
MOVE: Mapping mobility - pathways, institutions and structural eﬀects of youth mobility Datasets (WP4 Data, Embargo Period: 1 Year)
This database presents the results of the MOVE Project Survey (Work Package 4) that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 649263. The consortium of MOVE comprises nine partners in six countries: Luxembourg, Germany, Hungary, Norway, Romania, and Spain. The central aim of MOVE is to provide evidence-based knowledge on mobility of young people in Europe as a prerequisite to improve mobility conditions, and to identify fostering and hindering factors of “beneficial” mobility. This aim is pursued using a multilevel interdisciplinary research approach, aiming at a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the mobility of young people in Europe. Objectives of the Survey: –To find out about the role and value of information and support services for young people and their decision making process to go abroad. –To explore the role of transnational networks for support and as a potential “pull factor” for mobility. –To examine the agency of young people with mobility experience and without it. –To study the formation of social capital and the dimensions of social inequality of mobile young people and their effects on future perspectives as well as the reproduction of social inequalities. –To carry out research on the formation of identity by those mobile young people compared to non- mobile ones. –To examine the career-plans of young people and their personal attachments related to their commitments in their home country (e.g. sending money home, supporting the family, etc.) –To gain insights into the (re)production of social inequality concerning mobility and non- mobility.
GESIS Repository Link: https://datorium.gesis.org/xmlui/handle/10.7802/1636