The Luxembourg Household Finance Consumption Survey: Results From the 2nd Wave

Cahier D’études Working Paper N° 106

63 Pages Posted: 22 Aug 2018

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Anastasia Girshina

Swedish House of Finance at Stockholm School of Economics

Thomas Y. Mathä

Banque centrale du Luxembourg

Michael Ziegelmeyer

Banque centrale du Luxembourg; Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

Date Written: May 2017

Abstract

This report presents the main results and the underlying methodology of the 2nd wave of the Luxembourg Household Finance and Consumption Survey (LU-HFCS) and compares them to those obtained in the 1st wave in 2010. This survey is conducted among private households resident in Luxembourg and is part of the Eurosystem Household Finance and Consumption Survey, which provides detailed individual and household data on assets, liabilities, income and consumption. This individual-level information on households provides a view on the distribution of assets and liabilities that complements the aggregate data on the household sector in the financial accounts.

Keywords: Household, Survey, Editing, Multiple Imputation, Wealth, Income

JEL Classification: D31, D14, C81, C83

Suggested Citation

Girshina, Anastasia and Mathä, Thomas Y. and Ziegelmeyer, Michael Heinrich, The Luxembourg Household Finance Consumption Survey: Results From the 2nd Wave (May 2017). Cahier D’études Working Paper N° 106. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3229221

Anastasia Girshina

Swedish House of Finance at Stockholm School of Economics ( email )

Drottninggatan 98
111 60 Stockholm
Sweden

Thomas Y. Mathä (Contact Author)

Banque centrale du Luxembourg ( email )

2, bd Royal
L-2983 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
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+352 4774 4920 (Fax)

Michael Heinrich Ziegelmeyer

Banque centrale du Luxembourg ( email )

2, boulevard Royal
Luxembourg, L-2983
Luxembourg

Max Planck Society for the Advancement of the Sciences - Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy ( email )

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München, 80799
Germany

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