Income and wealth statistics for households

10307: Household equivalent income, percentile cut-offs (EU-scale) (Constant prices) (NOK) 2004 - 2018
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For a statistical material, the percentiles are the 99 variable values (P1-P99) that divide the material into 100 equal parts. For example, P10 (the tenth percentile) is the variable value where 10 percent of the observations are less than P10. P50 is the median.
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Information

Latest update
2019-12-16
Contact
Christian Hrafn Brovold, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 330
cbr@ssb.no

Elisabeth Omholt, Statistics Norway
+47 930 55 528
oel@ssb.no

Jon Epland, Statistics Norway
+47 56 57 20 84
jep@ssb.no

Unit
Household equivalent income (EU-scale):
NOK
Reference time
Household equivalent income (EU-scale):
31.12.
Price type
Household equivalent income (EU-scale):
Fixed Prices
Basetime
Household equivalent income (EU-scale):
2012
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

For a statistical material, the percentiles are the 99 variable values (P1-P99) that divide the material into 100 equal parts. For example, P10 (the tenth percentile) is the variable value where 10 percent of the observations are less than P10. P50 is the median.
Student households and children below the age of 18 years who are living alone, are excluded.

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