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Regional income study
Regionaal Inkomensonderzoek (RIO)

Topic
Social Systems and Welfare
Work and Productivity
Housing, Urban Development and Mobility
Relevance for this Topic
Country Netherlands
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

Department of Labour, Income and Living conditions
Statistics Netherlands
Henri Faasdreef 312
2492 JP Den Haag
Netherlands
Phone: Infoservice: 003188 570 70 70
Email: info(at)cbs.nl

Timeliness, transparency

Data collection is ongoing since 1998 and data is collected annually. The final dataset is released 24 months after collection.

Type of data


Registry

Type of Study


Sample study until 2009. Integral observation from 2010 onwards.

Data gathering method

Registries

Type of data


Registry

Type of Study


Sample study until 2009. Integral observation from 2010 onwards.

Data gathering method

Registries

Type of data


Registry

Type of Study


Sample study until 2009. Integral observation from 2010 onwards.

Data gathering method

Registries


Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly.

Conditions of access


Access to data requires: (1) Access fee; (2) Official authorisation (CCS).


Months


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


Contact data administrator (see contact information)

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly.

Conditions of access


Access to data requires: (1) Access fee; (2) Official authorisation (CCS).


Months


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


Contact data administrator (see contact information)

Access to data


Cannot be downloaded directly.

Conditions of access


Access to data requires: (1) Access fee; (2) Official authorisation (CCS).


Months


Anonymised microdata


SPSS (default)


Contact data administrator (see contact information)


Coverage


Data was collected between 1995 and 2010. The sample size used was of approximately 1/3 of the total population. Since 2010 the sample comprises the total population (integral observation). Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


1995


Opportunities for regional income analysis. Post-stratification: weighting by following variables: age, sex, marital status, type of address, municipality.


Municipal Person Registration


Dutch population on the 31rd of December.


No age restrictions


Detailed study of: Regional distribution of income among individuals and households.


www.cbs.nl/.../2012welvaartinnederland.pdf

Coverage


Data was collected between 1995 and 2010. The sample size used was of approximately 1/3 of the total population. Since 2010 the sample comprises the total population (integral observation). Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


1995


Opportunities for regional income analysis. Post-stratification: weighting by following variables: age, sex, marital status, type of address, municipality.


Municipal Person Registration


Dutch population on the 31rd of December.


No age restrictions


Detailed study of: Regional distribution of income among individuals and households.


www.cbs.nl/.../2012welvaartinnederland.pdf

Coverage


Data was collected between 1995 and 2010. The sample size used was of approximately 1/3 of the total population. Since 2010 the sample comprises the total population (integral observation). Data collection is ongoing and is scheduled to continue at some point in the future.


1995


Opportunities for regional income analysis. Post-stratification: weighting by following variables: age, sex, marital status, type of address, municipality.


Municipal Person Registration


Dutch population on the 31rd of December.


No age restrictions


Detailed study of: Regional distribution of income among individuals and households.


www.cbs.nl/.../2012welvaartinnederland.pdf


Linkage


Population, methods and concepts are, in principle, comparable through time. Since 2010, the sample used is an integral observation.


Linkable to other person databases through anonymised personal number.

Linkage


Population, methods and concepts are, in principle, comparable through time. Since 2010, the sample used is an integral observation.


Linkable to other person databases through anonymised personal number.

Linkage


Population, methods and concepts are, in principle, comparable through time. Since 2010, the sample used is an integral observation.


Linkable to other person databases through anonymised personal number.


Data quality


Until 2009: sampling errors (small, due to large sample size), administrative non-response.


Break in 2010 due to a methodological change (use of integral sample).


Some concepts of income and some other variables were changed in 2001.

Data quality


Until 2009: sampling errors (small, due to large sample size), administrative non-response.


Break in 2010 due to a methodological change (use of integral sample).


Some concepts of income and some other variables were changed in 2001.

Data quality


Until 2009: sampling errors (small, due to large sample size), administrative non-response.


Break in 2010 due to a methodological change (use of integral sample).


Some concepts of income and some other variables were changed in 2001.


Applicability


Strengths: The data source provides high quality data for a large sample. From 2010 onwards, the registry used integral observation.

Applicability


Strengths: The data source provides high quality data for a large sample. From 2010 onwards, the registry used integral observation.

Applicability


Strengths: The data source provides high quality data for a large sample. From 2010 onwards, the registry used integral observation.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Frank P. Pijpers
  • (see Partners)