A sample of data collected by the Survey on Household Income and Wealth (SHIW) of the Bank of Italy in 2012 (Banca d’Italia, 2012).
A data frame with 200 observations on the following 8 variables:
weights associated with each household
total net income (all non-negative values)
income from employment (all non-negative values)
income from pensions (all non-negative values)
income from transfers (some negative values)
income from self-employment (all non-negative values)
income from capital gain (all non-negative values)
income from financial capital gain (some negative values)
The Survey on Household Income and Wealth (SHIW) includes wealth and other aspects of households' economic and financial behaviour such as, for instance, which payment methods are used. The original 2012 survey covers 8,151 households and 20,022 units, distributed over about 300 Italian municipalities. Here, a sample of 200 randomly selected units from the original 2012 survey is considered. We remark that the weight associated with each selected household is defined by the replication weight provided by the Bank of Italy. Note that the total net income Y corresponds to the sum of the six income sources: YL, YTP, YTA, YM, YCA, YCF.
Survey on Household Income and Wealth (SHIW) of the Bank of Italy in 2012: https://www.bancaditalia.it/statistiche/tematiche/indagini-famiglie-imprese/bilanci-famiglie/distribuzione-microdati/documenti/ind12_ascii.zip, where also the whole dataset may be obtained.