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Household Budget Survey 2003
Jul 10, 2013
Mar 29, 2019
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Consumption Sensitivities in Estonia: Income Shocks of Different Persistence
Kukk, Merike, Dmitry Kulikov, Eesti Pank, and Estonia Karsten Staehr.
Consumption Response in Estonia: Persistent vs. Temporary Income Shocks
Kukk, Merike, and Karsten Staehr.
Identification of Income Underreporting by the Self-Employed: Employment Status or Reported Business Income?
TUT Economic Research Series , no. 1 (2014).
Usage of social indicators in comparing welfare of families and children in a transitional society
Comparing Children, Families and Risks (2006).
Meriküll, Jaanika, and Karsten Staehr.
Unregistered production and employment in Estonia: measurements and developments
Journal of applied economics and business 1, no. 2 (2013): 23-34.
Variance of quantile estimators in household surveys
Workshop on Survey Sampling Theory and Methodology. Central Statistical Bureau of Latvia, Ventspils.
Võrk, A, J Habicht, K Xu, and J Kutzin.
Income-related inequality in health care financing and utilization in Estonia since 2000
Labour supply incentives, and income support systems in Estonia
Võrk, Andres, Janek Saluse, Marge Reinap, and Triin Habicht.
Out-of-pocket payments and health care utilization in Estonia, 2000-2012
Zaidi, Asghar, Mattia Makovec, Michael Fuchs, Barbara Lipszyc, Orsolya Lelkes, Marius Rummel, Bernd Marin, and Klaas Vos.
Mainstreaming Ageing: Indicators to Monitor Sustainable Policies (2007).
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