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OECD Guidelines for Micro Statistics on Household Wealth
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  21 juin 2013
Pages: 280 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264194861 , Code OCDE: 302013051P1
Prix:   €85 | $119 | £76 | ¥11000 | MXN1530 , Frais de livraison inclus
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This publication presents an internationally agreed set of guidelines for producing micro statistics on household wealth, It addresses the common conceptual, definitional and practical problems that countries face in producing such statistics, and are meant to improve the comparability of the currently available country data. The Guidelines, prepared by an international expert group working under the auspices of the OECD,  propose a set of standard concepts, definitions and classifications for micro wealth statistics, and cover different phases in the statistical production process, including sources and methods for measuring particular forms of wealth, best practice in using household surveys or other sources to compile wealth statistics, the development of analytic measures, the dissemination of data, and data quality assurance.

Tables des matières:

Executive summary
Chapter 1. Introduction

-1.1. Purpose of the standards and guidelines
-1.2. Development of the Guidelines
-1.3. Relationship with existing international standards
-1.4. Structure of the report
Chapter 2. Overview of household wealth statistics
-2.1. Need for information on household wealth
-2.2. Objectives and uses of micro statistics on household wealth
-2.3. Integration of micro statistics on household wealth with other statistics
-2.4. International data collection and measurement initiatives
-2.5. Summary
Chapter 3. Standard concepts, definitions and classifications for household wealth statistics
-3.1. Description of the conceptual framework for micro statistics on household wealth
-3.2. Conceptual relationship between micro statistics on household wealth, income and consumption
-3.3. Basic concepts and definitions for household wealth statistics
-3.4.Wealth and net worth
-3.5. Assets and liabilities
-3.6. General principles of recording
-3.7. Standard components of household wealth
-3.8. Asset and liability groups
-3.9. Household groups
-3.10. Other variables related to wealth/net worth
-3.11. Consistency with other international statistical standards
Chapter 4. Data sources and methods for producing household wealth statistics
-4.1. Different types of sources and methods
-4.2. Strengths and weaknesses of different approaches
-4.3. Combination of different sources: Purposes and methods
-4.4. Summary
Chapter 5. Measurement guidelines for standard components of household wealth
-5.1. Measurement units
-5.2. Reference points and reference periods
-5.3. Valuation basis
-5.4. Non-financial assets
-5.5. Financial assets
-5.6. Liabilities
-5.7. Summary
Chapter 6. Measuring household wealth through surveys
-6.1. General measurement issues
-6.2. Measurement issues specific to wealth surveys
-6.3. Survey development and data collection
-6.4. Summary
Chapter 7. Analytic measures
-7.1. Life-cycle perspective and analysis by population subgroups
-7.2. Unit of analysis
-7.3. Specific analytic measures and their use
-7.4. Inequality indices
-7.5. Adjusting for price differences
-7.6. International statistical comparisons
-7.7. Summary
Chapter 8. Dissemination
-8.1. Types of dissemination
-8.2. Analysis
-8.3. Specific issues concerning the dissemination of wealth data
-8.4. Summary
Chapter 9. Quality assurance for household wealth statistics
-9.1. Quality assurance frameworks
-9.2. Summary
Annex A. Eurosystem household finance and consumption survey
Annex B. LuxembourgWealth Study – A case for increased ex ante comparability of data sources
Annex C. Differences between micro and macro measures of household wealth
Annex D. Inventory of country methodologies for producing micro wealth statistics
Annex E. Household definitions in other statistical standards

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