Calibrated wealth ratios and labor-demographic variables across the 1997-2017 waves of the Chilean Family Expenditures Survey

Published: 9 May 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dyp8yr2sr2.1
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Carlos Madeira

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This dataset reports an analyzed version of the Chilean Family Expenditures Survey with variables created from the article: Madeira, C., The impact of the Chilean pension withdrawals during the Covid pandemic on the future savings rate, Journal of International Money and Finance, forthcoming, 102650 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jimonfin.2022.102650 . The data contains 33,538 households from the 1997, 2007, 2012 and 2017 waves. The variables include Household identifier variables and population weights, Demographic variables (gender, age, education, spouse occupation, couple, child and senior persons), Work and income variables, Savings rates and consumption flows variables, Ratios of household wealth as a fraction of permanent household income, Betas for the linear correlation between unemployment risk and income volatility of the different 538 worker types with the aggregate consumption kernel pricing returns and the pension fund returns. The applied model that was calibrated from the raw data is explained in detail in the online file “Methodology.pdf”. The codes used to create the variables are explained in detail in the file README_JIMF_Codes_Summary.docx and CODES_JIMF.zip includes all the 45 Stata software codes used in the article. The file Data_summary.docx summarizes the dataset. All the methods (in Stata do-files), theoretical methodology, and the datasets are published online with the Mendeley Data.

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Social Security Law, Labor Market, Demographics, Household Saving, Wealth, Data on Wealth, Effect of Fiscal Policy on Household

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