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10 Economic Situation: Income

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General Information

Title Economic Situation: Income
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 10
Abstract 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.
Study Type Core Studies
Longitudinal Type Longitudinal Study
Note 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
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

List of Measures

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The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. Ambition effects on the marriage market outcomes: a gender comparison study
    Kalmaitytė, Barbora

  2. De invloed van baanonzekerheid op mentale gezondheid
    Economisch Statistische Berichten (4725, jaargang 101)
    Meer, P.D. van der, ; Huizen, T. van, ; Plantenga, J.

  3. Determinants of an Individual's Political Vote Choice
    Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Economics
    Ka Yue Hau

  4. Family characteristics and entrepreneurship among immigrants in the Netherlands
    Master thesis, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Erasmus School of Economics
    Grigorian, A.A.

  5. Homeownership and party choice in the Netherlands
    HOWCOME Working Paper Series, No. 14
    André, S., ; Dewilde, C., ; Luijkx, R., ; Spierings, N.

  6. How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach
    European Sociological Review (2016), 32 (1): 81-92
    Naumann, E., ; Buss, C., ; Bähr, J.

  7. Income-related health inequalities: does perceived discrimination matter?
    International Journal of Public Health, 58(4), 513-520
    Simons, A.M.W. ; Groffen, D.A.I. ; Bosma, H.

  8. Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention?
    American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250
    Göritz, Anja S. ; Crutzen, Rik

  9. Smoking Status and Subjective Well-Being
    Tobacco Control , 26(2), pp. 195-201
    Weinhold, D. ; Chaloupka, F.J.

  10. The Measurement of Variability and Change in Life Satisfaction
    European Journal of Psychological Assessment (2017), 33, pp. 224-238.
    Gnambs, T., ; Buntins, K.