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This is a subproject of the [**Familydemic**][1] - a collaborative international project and a network of researchers. Its goal is to advance the theoretical explanations, methods and empirical foundations for studying the diverse immediate and long-term consequences of policy responses to the COVID-19 outbreak for the distribution of paid and unpaid work in couples and their labour market and family outcomes in diverse welfare regime contexts. The project and the network is coordinated by Prof. Anna Kurowska from the University of Warsaw. The cooperating countries are: Canada, Germany, Italy, Poland, Sweden and the US. You can learn more about the Familydemic by clicking here: The FCCGD is described in detail in the Data Descriptor published in [Scientific Data][2]. **If you use data from FCCGD please cite it using the following citation:** Kurowska, A., Barardehi, I.H., Fuller, S. , Petts, R. J., Kaufman, G., Doucet, A., Engeman, C., Reimer, T., Guetto, R., Matysiak, A., Kasegn, T. D., Vignoli, D., Duvander, A. Z. & Gatenio Gabel, S. Familydemic Cross Country and Gender Dataset on work and family outcomes during COVID-19 pandemic. Sci Data 10, 2 (2023). **IMPORTANT:** Before accessing the data please DOWNLOAD IT as the built-in OSF browser distorts the tables. [1]: [2]: [3]: http://DOI%2010.17605/OSF.IO/MJFZ3
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