Introducing the Tunisia Labor Market Panel Survey 2014

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Samir Ghazouani

Business School of Tunis (ESCT); Economic Research Forum (ERF)

Ragui A. Assaad

University of Minnesota - Twin Cities - Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs

Caroline Krafft

St. Catherine University - Department of Economics

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Date Written: June 16, 2021

Abstract

This paper introduces the Tunisia Labor Market Panel Survey (TLMPS) of 2014, the first round of a publicly available nationally representative longitudinal household survey. We provide a description of the sample and questionnaires. We discuss a number of data collection issues, such as non-response, as well as what was done to address these issues. The construction of sample weights is detailed. A comparison of the TLMPS to other Tunisian datasets is conducted to illustrate the representativeness of the data in terms of key demographic and labor market measures. Key features of the Tunisian labor market and potential avenues for research using the TLMPS are discussed.

Keywords: Survey Data, Public Use Data, Sample Weights, Labor, Tunisia

JEL Classification: J00, C81, C83

Suggested Citation

Ghazouani, Samir and Assaad, Ragui A. and Krafft, Caroline, Introducing the Tunisia Labor Market Panel Survey 2014 (June 16, 2021). Columbia Law and Economics Working Paper Forthcoming, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3868327

Samir Ghazouani (Contact Author)

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Ragui A. Assaad

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Caroline Krafft

St. Catherine University - Department of Economics ( email )

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