Longitudinal Life Conditions Survey 2007-2011. Influence of unemployment length, poverty and social public expenditure on self perceived health in Spain
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Universidad de Granada
Long term unemploymentSelf-reported healthSpainMultilevel logistic longitudinal regressionPovertySocial public expenditureLife Conditions SurveyNational Statistics InstituteDataset
SponsorshipThis work was supported by the Health Department. Andalusian Board. 2013-2015 under Grant PI-0682-2012
With the goal of observing the employment history of given individuals, a database was built from the longitudinal data files of the Survey on Living Conditions between 2007-2010 and 2008-2011. Only individuals with continuous presence in the data during the four years were included. Individuals under 16 and over 65 were excluded, as well as the population of the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla. The longitudinal database includes 34,692 observations from 9,003 individuals in 17 regions during the financial crisis of 2007-2011 in Spain.