Contributors

LIS’ primary support comes from generous funding provided by the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research; additional sustaining funds come from contributing institutions in several countries. These contributions enable LIS to carry out its core data production work and training programs.

All of us at LIS are deeply grateful to the many organizations that provide financing to LIS. Without this crucial support, LIS could not keep serving researchers, and providing them with quality data.

Please direct all queries related to LIS’ funding to Janet Gornick, LIS Director.

Contributing Countries and Institutions

Australia
Australian Bureau of Statistics- grant from Universities Australia

Belgium
Belgian Science Policy Office
(Politique Scientifique Fédérale/Federaal Wetenschapbeleid)

Canada
Statistics Canada

Finland
Finnish Social Science Data Archive
(Yhteiskuntatieteellinen Tietoarskisto – FSD)

France
Interministerial Committee for Data in Social Sciences (Réseau Quetelet – Comité interministériel de concertation pour les données en sciences sociales – CCDSHS)

Germany
GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
(GESIS – Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften)

German Institute for Economic Research – German Socio-Economic Panel Study (Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW) – Das Sozio-oekonomische Panel (SOEP)

Ireland
Central Statistics Office

Israel
National Insurance Institute

Italy
Bank of Italy
(Banca d’Italia)

Japan
The National Statistics Center

Luxembourg
Ministry of Culture, Higher Education and Research (Ministère de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche – MESR)

University of Luxembourg (Université de Luxembourg)

Netherlands
The Institute for Governance Studies, University of Twente

Norway
Research Council of Norway
(Noregs Forskingsråd)

South Korea
Korea National Statistical Office (KOSTAT)

Spain
National Statistics Institute
(Instituto Nacional de Estadística – INE)

Institute for Fiscal Studies (Instituto de Estudios Fiscales – IEF)

Sweden
The Swedish Research Council for Working Life and Social Research
(Forskningsrådet för Arbetslivoch socialvetenskap – FAS)

Switzerland
Swiss Foundation for Research in Social Sciences (FORS)

United Kingdom
London School of Economics – STICERD
- grant from Economic and Social Research Council  (ESRC)

The Office for National Statistics

United States
US National Science Foundation

City University of New York

Other supporting organizations:

UNICEF
THE WORLD BANK
OECD
IMF
STATEC
EUROsociAL PROGRAMME