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The CentERpanel and the DNB Household Survey: Methodological Aspects

  • Federica Teppa
  • Corrie Vis
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    This study presents an overview of the main characteristics of the CentERpanel as well as of the DNB Household Survey, a longitudinal database of economic and psychological aspects of financial behaviour of Dutch households run at CentERdata, Tilburg University and sponsored by De Nederlandsche Bank. Started in 1993, the survey is a very rich and valuable database for both academic research and policy oriented studies. Its flexibility in collecting the data on a wide range of topics together with limited associated costs makes the DHS a very powerful instrument for empirical analysis.

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    Paper provided by Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department in its series DNB Occasional Studies with number 1004.

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    Date of creation: Sep 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:dnb:dnbocs:1004
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