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Asset ownership of households, 1993

T. J Eller

Asset ownership of households, 1993

by T. J Eller

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Published by U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census, For sale by Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Income -- United States -- Statistics,
  • United States -- Economic conditions -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T.J. Eller and Wallace Fraser
    SeriesCurrent population reports. Household economic studies, P70 -- 47, Current population reports -- no. 47
    ContributionsFraser, Wallace, United States. Bureau of the Census
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 11, 3, 9 p. :
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13618511M
    OCLC/WorldCa33296422

    Patterns of Household Financial Asset Ownership Jing J. Xiao,1 University of Rhode Island Patterns of household financial asset ownership were investigated with data from the Survey of Consumer Finance. In terms of ownership associations between two assets, 22 pairs (61%) of assets showed positive effects on each other. Get this from a library! Household wealth and asset ownership, [United States. Bureau of the Census.;].

    Asset Ownership of Households: (P) Census Bureau. Beyond Poverty, Extended Measures of Well-Being: (PRV) Census Bureau. A century of change: the U.S. labor force, – BLS. The Changing Economics and Demographics of Young Adulthood, Census Bureau. Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Poverty, to Author: Sandy Schiefer. Genre/Form: Statistics: Additional Physical Format: Orzechowski, Shawna. Net worth and asset ownership of households, and 23 p. (OCoLC)

    Drawing on the extensive work of Sen (), Swift (), Maxwell and Smith (), Davies (), Devereux (), and Putnam (), this paper categorizes the assets of poor urban individuals women, men and children households, and communities in terms of a fivefold "asset vulner- Cited by: Previous research has debated the role that differences in asset ownership play in creating and maintaining wealth inequality. I use survey data to model the ownership of seven assets and find that whites are indeed more likely than blacks to buy high-risk, high-return by:


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Asset ownership of households, 1993 by T. J Eller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Households in was $37, (±$1,), not significantly different from the median household net worth of $38, (±$1,) (in dollars). x Median home equity for households whose householders owned their own homes increased.

Get this from a library. Asset ownership of households, [T J Eller; Wallace Fraser; United States. Bureau of the Census.]. Asset Ownership of Households: HIGHLIGHTS x Median net worth, as measured in the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP), for house-holds in was $37, (±$1,), not signifi-cantly different from the median household net worth of $38, (±$1,) (in dollars).

x Median Asset ownership of households equity for households whose house. This report presents data on the assets and liabilities held by U.S. households in The data are from the and panels of SIPP and represent information collected in February through May of 1 While SIPP was designed primarily to provide estimates of income and government program participation, its asset and liability data provide additional indicators of economic well-being.

Asset Ownership of Households: Table B. Median Net Worth and 1993 book of Net Worth by Monthly Household Income Quintiles: and (Number of households in thousands) _____ (in dollars) Monthly household. Asset Ownership of Households: - Table 5 Created Date: 1/25/ PM.

Get this from a library. What we're worth: asset ownership of households, [United States. Bureau of the Census.;]. Asset Ownership of Households: - Table 5a-se Created Date: 1/25/ PM. Asset Ownership of Households: Table 2a.

Households Owning Asset Types, by Selected Characteristics: Download What We’re Worth — Asset Ownership of Households: [PDF - net worth, or wealth, is the amount of your financial resources, equaling the value of your assets minus any debts.

The median American household had a net worth of $37, instatistically unchanged from the figure of $38, ( dollars) 1. Standard Errors of Ownership Rates, Median Value of Asset Holdings, and the Distribution of Net Worth by Asset Type: andand [Household Income Quintile: and.

Patterns of household financial asset ownership were investigated with data from the Survey of Consumer Finance. In terms of ownership associations between two assets, 22 pairs (61%) of Author: Jing Jian Xiao.

Despite the importance of individual-level data on asset ownership and control, and that most assets are owned by individuals, solely or jointly, it is typical for the micro data on asset ownership to be collected at the household level, often from only one respondent per household.

This book brings together new household and enterprise Cited by: 2. Book 3A: Adult Information (part 1). This book asked all household members 15 years and older about their educational, marital, work, and migration histories.

In addition, the book included questions on asset ownership and nonlabor income, household decision-making, fertility preferences, and (for women 50 and older) cumulative pregnancies.

To get a sense of asset ownership levels and how assets are distributed within households, we look at data from project beneficiaries and control groups on ownership of a four commonly collected assets or asset categories—land, livestock, and consumer and agricultural durables.

6 Ownership is divided into three categories: male-owned Cited by: The impact of separate taxation on the intra-household allocation of assets: evidence from the UK. as well as in the incidence of the wife claiming all the household asset income, indicating that households responded to this policy change by reallocating asset by: Downloadable.

The study was carried out to examine asset ownership and income as determinants of household poverty in South Africa. The specific objectives were to determine the poverty levels of the households and also investigate the influence of asset ownership and income on household poverty in South Africa.

The results showed that assets owned by households included real estate assets Author: M. Babalola, I. Oluwatayo. A considerable literature documents the deleterious economic consequences of incarceration.

However, little is known about the consequences of incarceration for household assets—a distinct indicator of economic well-being that may be especially valuable to the survival of low-income families—or about the spillover economic consequences of incarceration for by: The treatment effect of extension access on asset ownership also depends on some household characteristics, such as formal credit access, education level and household size.

We also found differential impacts of extension access with respect to credit access, education, household size, age, and land size for the ATT on PPI by:   Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

household composition, low asset ownership, low level of. Whilst many studies have looked at household ownership of assets as a measure of wealth, the gender dimensions and their implications have not had the same attention. The gender asset gap, however, is a critical indicator of women’s empowerment, providing a better measure of .C 3.

45 Poverty, to C 3. 46 Program Participation, to C 3. 47 Asset Ownership of Households: C 3. 48 Dynamics of Economic Well-Being: Labor Force, to C 3. 49 Dynamics of .tion of assets; and expected utility in a non-cooperative marriage, which presumably depends on control over assets within marriage (e.g., Lundberg and Pollack ()).

In their effort to identify these factors, empirical researchers have typically used a variety of measures such as dowry and brideprice, ownership of assets at and during.