Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

The Future study
Fremtidsstudier

Topic
Wellbeing
Work and Productivity
Housing, Urban Development and Mobility
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Uses of Technology
Intergenerational Relationships
Relevance for this Topic
Country Denmark
URL
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

Danish Data Archive (DDA)
Danish Data Archive (DDA)
Islandsgade 10
5000 Odense
Denmark
Phone: (+45)66113010
Email: mailbox(at)dda.dk
Url: www.aeldresagen.dk/.../default.aspx

Timeliness, transparency

In the latest round, the data was collected in 2010 and a report came out in 2013.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey and telephone interviews

Type of data


Registry

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey and telephone interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey and telephone interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey and telephone interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal survey

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Internet survey and telephone interviews


Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.

Access to data

Conditions of access


Open access to the two first rounds (1997, 2002) via DDA. The last round (2010) will be available as soon as DaneAge has finished their own analyses.


70 per cent of all data requests are processed the same day and 90 per cent within 3 days.


Anomymised microdata.


SAS, SPSS, tab-delimited file


The database and documentation are only available in Danish.


Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf

Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf

Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf

Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf

Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf

Coverage


Wave 1: data collected in 1987. Wave 2: data collected in 1997. Wave 3: data collected in 2002. Wave 4: data collected in 2010.


1987


Age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Population from the following age groups: 50-54, 60-64, 70-74 and 80-84 years


Entire country


50-84


Weighted on gender, age, family type, income, origin, region and education


The survey covers how respondents feel compared to their chronological age; what type of accommodation they have, distance to friends and family and whether they wish to move; Social relations; Received help from friends and family. It also looks at economic help between the generations, reflections on legacy and estate, health and exercise, life quality, opinion about welfare and benefits, employment status and retirement, age discrimination, new technologies, and voluntary work.


A report from the DaneAge Association (NGO) is available in Danish www.aeldresagen.dk/.../FREMTIDSSTUDIET.pdf


Linkage


N.A.


N.A.

Linkage


N.A.


N.A.

Linkage


N.A.


N.A.

Linkage


N.A.


N.A.

Linkage


N.A.


N.A.

Linkage


N.A.


N.A.


Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.

Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.

Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.

Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.

Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.

Data quality


N.A.


Changes in data collection method and the age groups covered. Therefore, comparisons to earlier versions are not possible. Waves 1-3 used face-to-face interviews and included other age groups. For future studies, the 2010 (Wave 4) method will be used.


N.A.


Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Changes in population and data collection methods.

Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Changes in population and data collection methods.

Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Changes in population and data collection methods.

Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Weaknesses of this survey are changes in population and data collection methods.

Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Weaknesses of this survey are changes in population and data collection methods.

Applicability


Strengths: The survey covers a wide range of topics. There are plans to repeat this survey every five years and to include a new group of 50-54-year-olds. Weaknesses: Changes in population and data collection methods.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Chantal Nielsen
  • (see Partners)