The Covid-19 health crisis had and will have a major impact on our society. In order to monitor its evolution and to measure its consequences, the scientific community and public institutions can rely, among others, on quantitative data sources, be it survey or administrative data.
From its main mission of providing confidential access to highly detailed and sensitive data and its commitment to the promotion of public research, the CASD is fully mobilized to support users in this process. Within this framework, the CASD is publishing a list of highly detailed data sources that may be particularly useful for research on the Covid-19 pandemic.
In what follows, the data sources are divided into two categories: the ones that are already part of the CASD catalogue and other data sources to which the CASD does not currently provide access. These may be sources entirely dedicated to the study of the pandemic, specific “Covid-19” modules that were added to already existing sources or data sources that do not deal with the question of Covid-19 in a specific way but could be used to study the impact of the pandemic. Finally, these data source cover a wide range of subjects, they allow to follow the pandemic and to study its economic, social and psychological impacts as well.
Data already available at the CASD :
- Covid deferrals of contributions of general regime employers of the ACOSS
- Covid deferrals of contributions of self-employed workers of the ACOSS
- Labour force activity and working conditions during the COVID-19 health crisis: flash survey of the DARES
- Continuous Labour Force Survey of the INSEE (the 2020 version available from the third quarter of 2021)
- Information and Communication Technologies Survey in enterprises of the INSEE (the 2020 version available from the second quarter of 2021)
- Information and Communication Technologies Survey in households of the INSEE (the 2020 version available from the third quarter of 2021)
- Statistics on Income and Living Conditions of the INSEE (the 2020 version available from the first quarter of 2022)
Other data :
- “Covid-19” CAMME platform of the INSEE’s household economic survey of the INSEE
- Survey on the impact of the health crisis of the businesses organization and activity of the INSEE
- Psychosocial risks Survey – Covid-19 of the DARES
- COVID-19 flash survey of local missions of the DARES
- Health, practices, relations and social inequalities in the general population during the Covid-19 crisis of the INSERM
- National Survey on the Covid-19 Pandemic of the INSERM and the DREES
- Panel for the observation of practices and conditions of practices in general medicine – Covid-19 Flash Survey of the DREES
- Flash survey on the functioning of child welfare establishments and services during the Covid-19 lockdown period of the DREES
- Monitoring of solidarity benefits during the Covid-19 health crisis of the DREES
- Multiple schemes (7 specific surveys and additional questions to already existing surveys) of the DEPP
The OPIRA 2 survey of the DARES and the DEPP