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The following receipts are collected separately: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities termination and redundancy payments employee social security contributions , excluded for other reasons: concept employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation goods produced for own consumption 3 goods produced for barter 3 interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes unemployment benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts social transfers in kind: transport subsidies The following receipts are collected but not separately: commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing , excluded due to measurement problems profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises services from owner-occupied dwellings , excluded for other reasons services from other consumer durables (net) , excluded for other reasons rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute other pensions family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances subsidized government dwelling , excluded for other reasons food subsidies medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits , excluded due to measurement problems other social assistance benefits , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems The following receipts are not collected: employer social security contributions , excluded for other reasons: conceito employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer , excluded due to measurement problems employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services , excluded due to measurement problems services produced for own consumption , excluded due to measurement problems services produced for barter , excluded due to measurement problems stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise , excluded due to measurement problems old age benefits , excluded due to measurement problems free government dwelling , excluded for other reasons regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: medical services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: public education , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: others , excluded due to measurement problems The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries commissions and tips The following receipts are classified as transfer income but not employment-related: retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes other pensions unemployment benefits The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: cash bonuses and gratuities remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises goods produced for own consumption 3 goods produced for barter 3 interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances food subsidies medical reimbursements regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts social transfers in kind: transport subsidies The following receipts are excluded due to measurement problems: employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services services produced for own consumption services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise old age benefits other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are excluded for other reasons: employer social security contributions employee social security contributions services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling The following receipts are collected using the last week as the reference period: goods produced for own consumption 3 goods produced for barter 3 The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments employer social security contributions employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances food subsidies medical reimbursements regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts social transfers in kind: transport subsidies Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. 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Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: 2 to expenditures last week: food other household non-durable goods other personal non-durable goods to expenditures in last one month: other items : medicines, education to expenditures in last 3 months: clothing, footwear households services personal services to expenditures in last 12 months: housing other durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': 4 non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household 4 non-regular cash payments to others outside the household 4 purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': 4 income in-kind receipts of goods own produced non-durable goods in-kind goods received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': 4 mortgage repayments, including interest services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': 4 purchase price of owner-occupied housing The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: 4 income in-kind receipts of services own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind services received from other households The following types of expenditure items are excluded for other reasons: 4 occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims life insurance premiums , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings out of pocket education expenditures , gross of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , gross of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household 4 non-regular cash payments to others outside the household 4 purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are collected on some other basis: services of owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods own produced non-durable goods in-kind goods received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has an unspecified number of separate categories at the finest level. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
Language:English
Score: 1237127.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/217A.html
Data Source: un
Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base armed forces residing in private housing outside military base Units: Dwelling units are not used in the sample selection. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: to expenditures in last 3 months: other items: non-personal consumption expenditures Data for the following expenditure items are not collected by interview because they are collected by diary: food other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods housing other durable goods households services personal services The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing own produced non-durable goods non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings housing maintenance, minor repairs expenditure abroad valuables The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': in-kind goods received from other households The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': mortgage repayments, including interest interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: purchase price of owner-occupied housing The following types of expenditure items are excluded for other reasons: income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households life insurance premiums out of pocket health expenditure out of pocket education expenditures out of pocket transport expenditures second hand goods purchased compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'use' basis: own produced non-durable goods in-kind goods received from other households The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) mortgage repayments, including interest services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , gross of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , gross of winnings housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household expenditure abroad valuables investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) Classification: COICOP is used for classifying expenditure and has 17 separate categories at the finest level. 7. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
Language:English
Score: 1232431.9 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/446A.html
Data Source: un
Population coverage: The following types of household are included in the data collection: one person private households private households with more than one person households of other foreigners in the country armed forces residing in private housing outside military base The following types of household are excluded in the data collection: those in collective housing (such as long term hospitals, prisons, monasteries, military quarters) non-resident households of nationals (households of nationals located abroad) diplomatic households in the country armed forces residing in private housing within military base Units: Dwelling units are used in the sample selection and are characterised by: 2 single structure - detached housing unit single unit in a structure containing more than one housing unit street address 2 Data are recorded for the household unit which is characterised by: one person units two or more people living together: sharing a single dwelling or compound Unit members: Usual residents temporarily living away from the dwelling are included, if away continuously for less than 6 months. 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Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: to expenditures in last 12 months: other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods housing other durable goods households services personal services other items: transportation, health, recreation to the usual payment for that expenditure: food The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) mortgage repayments, including interest interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure out of pocket health expenditure out of pocket education expenditures out of pocket transport expenditures housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables occupational expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': life insurance premiums regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': purchase price of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: services of owner-occupied housing social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households The following types of expenditure items are excluded for other reasons: income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households The following types of expenditure items are collected on an 'acquisitions' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure out of pocket health expenditure out of pocket education expenditures out of pocket transport expenditures housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) occupational expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: life insurance premiums regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household Classification: A national classification that is not consistent with COICOP is used for classifying expenditure and has 258 separate categories at the finest level. 7. (...) Neither in-kind receipts nor consumption of own production is included in the estimates. Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are not included in the total income/expenditure estimates.
Language:English
Score: 1225888.1 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/219A.html
Data Source: un
The following receipts are collected separately: wages and salaries commissions and tips employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services 9 profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) 9 drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 9,10 goods produced for own consumption 9,10 services produced for own consumption 9,10 services from owner-occupied dwellings interest received rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) family-related allowances education-related allowances housing allowances free government dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships 9,11 regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services 9,11 regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling 9,10 The following receipts are collected but not separately: cash bonuses and gratuities remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments services from other consumer durables (net) dividends rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions sickness benefits invalidity benefits survivors benefits other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts 9,10 The following receipts are not collected: employer social security contributions , excluded due to measurement problems goods produced for barter , excluded due to measurement problems services produced for barter , excluded due to measurement problems stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise , excluded due to measurement problems regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute , excluded due to measurement problems unemployment benefits , excluded due to measurement problems subsidized government dwelling , excluded due to measurement problems food subsidies , excluded due to measurement problems medical reimbursements , excluded due to measurement problems regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling 9,11 , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling 9,10 , excluded due to measurement problems regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services 9,10 , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: medical services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: public education , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: transport subsidies , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services , excluded due to measurement problems social transfers in kind: others , excluded due to measurement problems The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries commissions and tips employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services 9 family-related allowances education-related allowances The following receipts are classified as income from self-employment: profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) 9 drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 9,10 goods produced for own consumption 9,10 services produced for own consumption 9,10 The following receipts are classified as property income: services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling 9,10 The following receipts are classified as employment-related transfer income: retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions survivors benefits The following receipts are classified as transfer income but not employment-related: housing allowances regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships 9,11 regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services 9,11 regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts 9,10 The following receipts are classified as other employment-related income: remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: cash bonuses and gratuities sickness benefits invalidity benefits free government dwelling other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts 9,10 The following receipts are excluded due to measurement problems: employer social security contributions goods produced for barter services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute unemployment benefits subsidized government dwelling food subsidies medical reimbursements regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services 9,10 social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are collected using the last week as the reference period: drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises 9,10 goods produced for own consumption 9,10 services produced for own consumption 9,10 regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts 9,10 The following receipts are collected using the last month as the reference period: wages and salaries commissions and tips employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer 9 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services 9 profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) 9 services from owner-occupied dwellings family-related allowances education-related allowances free government dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling 9,10 The following receipts are collected using the last 3 months as the reference period: services from other consumer durables (net) interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) royalties retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits survivors benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships 9,11 regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support 9,10 regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts 9,10 The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: cash bonuses and gratuities remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments sickness benefits invalidity benefits housing allowances other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts 9,10 Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: 5,6 to expenditures last week: food other household non-durable goods other personal non-durable goods to expenditures in last one month: housing households services personal services to expenditures in last 12 months: clothing, footwear other durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': 12 non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) services of owner-occupied housing major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) life insurance premiums gambling expenditure out of pocket education expenditures out of pocket transport expenditures housing maintenance, minor repairs regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables : jewellery occupational expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': 12 purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': 12 interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': 12 social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': 12 purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are collected on an 'acquisitions' basis: services of owner-occupied housing The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: purchase price of owner-occupied housing mortgage repayments, including interest interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are collected on a mixed basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) life insurance premiums gambling expenditure out of pocket education expenditures out of pocket transport expenditures housing maintenance, minor repairs second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad valuables : jewellery occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has 12 separate categories at the finest level. 7 The classification is consistent with COICOP at the Class (4 digit) level. 7. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using the current market value. ( ) Treatment of selected groups/values in analysis: No households/units are excluded from analysis because of incomplete response. 13 Missing values are imputed only on some occasions .
Language:English
Score: 1225758.8 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM6/E/235A.html
Data Source: un
Most dwellings in urban areas will be classified as modern. Houses and apartments. Houses include single-detached, semi-detached, attached, terraced and town houses. (...) Also known as informal housing, informal settlements or 'implantations sauvages'. (...) Form-Volume Go To Index ICP Dwelling Services Questionnaire: Volume of Dwellings National Total Dwelling Type Dwelling Location Formal Dwellings Informal Dwellings (I) Urban Rural Location Total Construction type Total Formal Dwellings Modern Dwellings Traditional Dwellings ( I ) ( U ) ( R ) ( U + R ) Houses ( H ) Apartments ( A ) ( T ) ( H + A + T ) Number of dwelling units Number of occupants Number of rooms Usable surface area in m2 Number of dwelling units with: Electricity Inside water Private toilets Central heating Air conditioning Number of dwelling units that are: Rented Owner occupied Comments (please include any information that helps to understand the above data): 5.
Language:English
Score: 1222899.6 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...lume-data-collection-form.xlsx
Data Source: un
The following receipts are collected separately: 2 wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments royalties regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes old age benefits other pensions unemployment benefits family-related allowances sickness benefits invalidity benefits education-related allowances housing allowances survivors benefits The following receipts are collected but not separately: 2 employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises The following receipts are not collected: 2 employer social security contributions employee social security contributions employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: goods or services produced by employer profit/loss from unincorporated enterprises (mixed income) goods produced for own consumption services produced for own consumption goods produced for barter services produced for barter stock consumed from unincorporated enterprise services from owner-occupied dwellings services from other consumer durables (net) interest received dividends rentals (payment received for produced assets e.g. house) rents (payment received for un-produced assets e.g. land) free government dwelling subsidized government dwelling food subsidies medical reimbursements other social insurance benefits other social assistance benefits regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: cash, e.g. scholarships regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: goods and services regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: free dwelling regular support received from non-profit institutions serving households: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: family, e.g. alimony, child/parental support regular inter-household transfers received from: regular inheritances or trusts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular cash gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: regular in-kind gifts regular inter-household transfers received from: free dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: subsidized dwelling regular inter-household transfers received from: regular free services social transfers in kind: medical services social transfers in kind: public education social transfers in kind: transport subsidies social transfers in kind: cultural and recreational services social transfers in kind: others The following receipts are classified as income from paid employment: wages and salaries cash bonuses and gratuities commissions and tips remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation The following receipts are classified as other income but not employment-related: drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises The following receipts are collected using the last 3 months as the reference period: employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: housing employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: meals employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: car/transportation employee income in-kind provided free or subsidized: other goods or services The following receipts are collected using the last 12 months as the reference period: drawing for own use from unincorporated enterprises The reference period for: wages and salaries was 1 year cash bonuses and gratuities was 1 year commissions and tips was 1 year remuneration for time not worked, e.g. leave pay termination and redundancy payments was 1 year royalties was 1 year regular pensions/annuities from schemes to which employee does not contribute was 1 year retirement pensions from compulsory social security schemes was 1 year old age benefits was 1 year other pensions was 1 year unemployment benefits was 1 year family-related allowances was 1 year sickness benefits was 1 year invalidity benefits was 1 year education-related allowances was 1 year housing allowances was 1 year survivors benefits was 1 year Income data were collected separately for each person receiving income. (...) Data for the following expenditure items are collected by referring: 2 to expenditures in last 3 months: housing other durable goods households services personal services Data for the following expenditure items are not collected by interview because they are collected by diary: food other household non-durable goods clothing, footwear other personal non-durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Household consumption expenditure': non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) purchase price of owner-occupied housing services of owner-occupied housing financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , net of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , net of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Actual Household consumption': own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-consumption household expenditure': interest payments (excluding mortgage interest payments) life insurance premiums regular cash payments to others outside the household non-regular cash payments to others outside the household compulsory transfers to governments (e.g. contributions to government old age and disability insurance program, taxes) investment-related expenditures (e.g. purchase of shares/stocks) The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Non-household expenditure': occupational expenditures other business-related expenditures The following types of expenditure items are classified as 'Investment/liability expenditure': mortgage repayments, including interest major repairs, conversions and extensions to owner-occupied housing The following types of expenditure items are excluded due to measurement problems: income in-kind receipts of goods income in-kind receipts of services own-produced services services from durables owned (except housing) in-kind goods received from other households in-kind services received from other households social transfers in-kind of goods and services from government and non-profit institutions serving households The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'use' basis: non-durable goods purchased durable goods purchased (except housing) purchase price of owner-occupied housing financial services (including fees for financial advice, brokerage fees) non-life insurance premiums (e.g. vehicle, housing, other property, medical) , net of claims licences and fees (e.g. driver's licence, hunting licence, vehicle registration) gambling expenditure , net of winnings out of pocket health expenditure , net of claims out of pocket education expenditures , net of refunds out of pocket transport expenditures , net of refunds housing maintenance, minor repairs purchase of gifts of goods and services given to others outside the household second hand goods purchased expenditure abroad The following types of expenditure items are collected on a 'payments' basis: services of owner-occupied housing own produced non-durable goods own-produced durable goods Classification: A national classification is used for classifying expenditure and has 1223 separate categories at the finest level. (...) Treatment of owner-occupied housing: Values of owner-occupied housing are included in the total income/expenditure estimates and are valued using user costs (depreciation and interest or opportunity costs).
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Yet this is a prerequisite for UNECE to draw up guidelines on social housing. Social housing is usually understood as public rental housing. (...) There are now many poor owners in countries in transition where governments sold off the social housing stock at below-market prices to the sitting tenants. Should the housing occupied by these poor owners not be regarded as social housing?
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Score: 1221025.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2003/03env_p07e.htm
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