EUROMOD Statistics on the Distribution and Decomposition of Disposable Income provide estimates of income components (taxes and benefits) by household income decile group as well as inequality and poverty indicators before and after taxes and benefits and marginal effective tax rates.
The statistics presented here are for 28 EU countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland and Sweden using the EU-SILC 2015 (Germany uses EU-SILC 2014) dataset and the United Kingdom using the UK Family Resources Survey 2014/15.
The policy years simulated (as at June 30th) are 2014-2017 for all countries. Updating incomes from the income reference period of datasets to later years is based on a combination of factors in each country. For more information on the updating factors used, please refer to the Country Reports.
The current release of statistics is using EUROMOD version H1.0+.
These statistics may be used, but on the condition that the source of the information is properly mentioned in any (electronic or print) publication in which they are quoted. Please use the following citation in your references: EUROMOD statistics on Distribution and Decomposition of Disposable Income, accessed at http://www.euromod.ac.uk/using-euromod/statistics using EUROMOD version no. H1.0+.
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