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ZA0140: Interest Sensitivity

Citation Citation
Seminar für Finanzwissenschaft, Universität zu Köln (2013): Interest Sensitivity. GESIS Data Archive, Cologne. ZA0140 Data file Version 2.0.0, doi:10.4232/1.11694
Study No.ZA0140
TitleInterest Sensitivity
Current Version2.0.0, 2013-6-20, doi:10.4232/1.11694
Date of Collection06.1965
Principal Investigator/
Authoring Entity,
Institution
  • Seminar für Finanzwissenschaft, Universität zu Köln
Categories Categories
  • Saving, Investment of Money
Topics Topics
  • 17.2 Income, property and investment / saving
Study No.0140
TitleInterest Sensitivity
Other Titles

    Current Version2.0.0, 20.06.2013, 10.4232/1.11694
    Date of Collection
    Principal Investigator/ Authoring Entity, Institution
    • Seminar für Finanzwissenschaft, Universität zu Köln

    Abstract
    Categories
    • Saving, Investment of Money

    Topics
    • 17.2 Income, property and investment / saving

    Content

    DatasetNumber of Units: 505
    Number of Variables: 91
    Data Type: Einfachlochung
    Analysis System(s): SPSS, Stata
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    Version 2.0.0
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    2013-6-20 processed archive edition doi:10.4232/1.11694
    Version 1.0.02010-4-13 Version number created automatically (implementation of a uniform versioning policy) doi:10.4232/1.0140 (Publication Year 1965)
    NotesIn the 1st of the panel survey 505 persons were interviewed in writing; in a 2nd wave a sample of 186 persons was subsequently interviewed orally. In the written survey a two-fold split questionnaire was used. For technical data processing reasons the data set has been divided into several archive numbers and comprises ZA Study Nos. 0140 and 0141.
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