Economic Situation: Income

General Information

Economic Situation: Income
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This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members.
The survey focuses on income.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.
In the question text the year 2007 is entered, but for wave 2 you should read 2008, for wave 3 2009 etcetera.

List of concepts:

Economic Situation:
Subjective standard of living, Satisfaction, Employment income / Earnings, Self-employment income, Non-employment income: pension, Non-employment income: benefits, Non-employment income: other, Credit, debt, payments, Total income, Financial/material well-being, Financial expectations, Relative deprivation, Financial management, Material deprivation
Stein Jongerius (Centerdata)
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