Socio-economic data on grid level (SUF 6.1). Purchasing power

The purchasing power reflects the household income. It comprises information on labour supply, capital wealth, rental and leasing income minus taxes and social security contributions, including social transfers such as unemployment benefits, child-allowances and pensions. Regular payments, e.g. for rent, electricity or insurance premiums are not subtracted from the purchasing power. Microm computes the purchasing power in cooperation with Michael Bauer Research GmbH. The computation is based on statistical models on a small regional scale....
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