By Tony Atkinson, Bea Cantillon, Eric Marlier, Brian Nolan, Frank Vandenbroucke
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The choice as far as European-wide indicators are concerned may also be inﬂuenced by the differences across member states in household composition. It should also be recognized that we may be interested in individual status interpreted in a household context. For example, we may wish to establish the number of individuals who are unemployed but who are living in a household with no one in paid work. This is in effect a combination of individual and household characteristics, and places particular demands on data collection.
Indicators in Principle 21 The end product in the present context is a portfolio of common indicators applied across the European Union. The principles involved in its construction may concern the single indicators or the portfolio as a whole. We begin with the principles that apply to single indicators. Principles Applied to Single Indicators The ﬁrst principle is that an indicator should identify the essence of the problem and have a clear and accepted normative interpretation. Translation of policy goals into quantitative measures inevitably means that we have to focus on certain aspects of the problem to the exclusion of others, but this should be done in such a way that it encapsulates the central concern and is not misleading.
The objective is to anchor EU-SILC in the different national statistical systems. A consequence of this is that EU-SILC cross-sectional and longitudinal datasets may come from one single source (as for the current ECHP), but may also come from two or more different sources such as survey(s) and administrative register(s). In the latter case, the degree of integration—across dimensions and across time—is crucial. In this book we emphasize the multidimensionality of social disadvantage, and for this reason it is essential that we can link for an individual the information about different dimensions.
Social Indicators: The EU and Social Inclusion by Tony Atkinson, Bea Cantillon, Eric Marlier, Brian Nolan, Frank Vandenbroucke