Estimates of poverty persistence have also been calculated for many other European countries using data from the European Community Household Panel which ran for six years during the 1990s (OECD 2001; Whelan et al.
What does ECHP stand for?
ECHP stands for European Community Household Panel
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We have 11 other meanings of ECHP in our Acronym Attic
- European Committee for Home and Online Education
- Electrical and Computing History Online Exchange Service (IEEE)
- Encouraging Companionship, Home Organization, and Entertainment in Seniors
- Essex County Heritage Online Exhibit Site (Haverhill, MA)
- European Electronic Commerce for Hospital Procurement
- Echange pour l'Organisation et La Promotion des Petits Entrepreneurs (French: Exchange for the Organization and the Promotion of Small Entrepreneurs)
- Early Childhood Observation System (education)
- Epiphany Community Health Outreach Services (Houston, TX)
- European Conference on Hybrid and Organic Solar Cells (Paris, France)
- European Centre for Health Policy (World Health Organization)
- Extended Carrier-Hopping Prime Codes
- European Community Household Panel Survey
- Egyptian Centre for Housing Rights (public service group)
- European Club for Human Resources (Brussels, Belgium)
- European Convention on Human Rights
- European Court of Human Rights
- Exact Cell Hit Ratio
- European Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine
- Eastern Carolina Hunting Retriever Club (Micro, NC)
- Erie County Human Relations Commission (Pennsylvania)
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Clark and Postel-Vinay construct indicators of the perception of job security for various types of jobs in 12 European countries based on individual data from the European Community Household Panel (ECHP).
European Community Household Panel The European Community Household Panel Survey (ECHP) is 'the most closely co-ordinated component of the European system of social surveys' that are collected by Eurostat (the statistical office of the European communities).