Further reading

Tijdens, K.G. (2010) Measuring occupations in web-surveys: the WISCO database of occupations, University of Amsterdam, AIAS Working Paper 10-86

ILO (2012) International Standard Classification of Occupations ISCO-08 Volume 1 Structure, Group Definitions And Correspondence Tables. Geneva: International Labour Office

Tijdens, K.G., De Ruijter, E., De Ruijter, J. (2012) Measuring work activities and skill requirements of occupations: experiences from a European pilot study with a web-survey, European Journal of Training and Development, 36(7), 751-763

Tijdens, K.G., Vries, D., Steinmetz, S. (2013) Health workforce remuneration: comparing wage levels, ranking and dispersion of 16 occupational groups in 20 countries using survey data, Human Resources for Health, 11:11, pp.1-11

Tijdens, K.G. (2014) Drop-out rates during completion of an occupation search tree in web-surveys, Journal of Official Statistics, 30 (1), pp. 23–43

Tijdens, K.G., De Ruijter, E., De Ruijter, J. (2014) Comparing work tasks of 160 occupations across eight European countries, Employee Relations, 36 (2), pp. 110 - 127

Castiglioni G, Tijdens KG (2014) Skills and occupational needs: labour market forecasting systems in Italy, University of Amsterdam, AIAS Working Paper 142

Tijdens KG (2014) Reviewing the measurement and comparison of occupations across Europe, University of Amsterdam, AIAS Working Paper 149

Hunter, D. (2014) The design principles of ISCO-08: challenges for coding occupations globally. ILO Geneva. Presentation given at Amsterdam, Ingrid Workshop, February 10 2014

Tijdens KG (2015) Self-identification of occupation in web surveys: requirements for search trees and look-up tables, Survey Methods: Insights from the Field

Tijdens KG (2015) The design of a tool for the measurement of occupations in web surveys using a global index of occupations, Working paper, Leuven, InGRID project, M21.2

Belloni M, Brugiavini A, Meschi E, Tijdens K (2016) Measurement error in occupational coding: an analysis on SHARE data , Journal of Official Statistics, 32 (4), pp. 917–945