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Many aspects of social inclusion and exclusion are best understood through the analysis of longitudinal data. In a household panel survey, all the individuals in an initial sample of households are repeatedly interviewed each year, so that changes in their circumstances can be measured over time.
The programme had two linked objectives: 1) to produce a new comparative European longitudinal database on employment, income, living standards and family structure, and 2) to use this and another, existing, household panel data-base to study the dynamics of social exclusion.

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