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jbpenm in BHPS & UKHLS

Added by Karen Arulsamy 11 months ago. Updated 8 months ago.

Status:
Resolved
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Start date:
11/16/2020
% Done:

100%


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Hi,

I am working on a project to potentially combine BHPS + UKHLS datasets with a specific interest in the variable jbpenm.

In the BHPS dataset, there is quite a large decline in sample size for the years 1992-1994 for those who respond "yes" which does not track with overall pension participation trends in the UK. It also doesn't track with the data 1994 onwards - this type of sudden decline is uncharacteristic of pension participation which tends to be stable over time albeit declining slowly over time beginning in the 2000s. I have checked the questionnaires to see if there was change in wording or routing which doesn't seem to be the case. I attach a document contain tabulation results for jbpen as a whole and by specific filters.

I was wondering if you might have some insights into what happened with this particular variable during these years?

Many thanks
Karen


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#1

Updated by Alita Nandi 11 months ago

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Hello,

If you look at the questionnaires you will see that there was an additional filtering that was included a few questions prior to this one. Only those whose current job started after 1st September of last year (jbbgly==2), were asked the following questions including this one. This resulted in cases being filtered out in these 3 waves.

Best wishes,
Understanding Society User Support

#2

Updated by Karen Arulsamy 11 months ago

That's brilliant, thank you so much for your help! I should have spotted that additional filtering question, sorry about that!

#3

Updated by Understanding Society User Support Team 8 months ago

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  • Assignee deleted (Karen Arulsamy)
  • % Done changed from 80 to 100

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