Dataset Open Access
Sarah Marchal; Linus Sioland; Tim Goedemé
MIPI-HHoT is a dataset of minimum income adequacy indicators, produced using the Hypothetical Household Tool (HHoT) plugin of the European microsimulation model, EUROMOD. Its purpose is to provide internationally comparable indicators of minimum incomes for four model households (Single, Couple, Couple with two children and Lone parent with two children) in three income situations (Minimum wage-earning household, Non-working social assistance-receiving household and Old-age household without access to contributory pensions). In doing so it continues the work of the CSB-Minimum Income Protection Indicators database (CSB-MIPI) of the University of Antwerp's Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy (CSB), and contributes to the wider knowledge of income protection, social assistance and anti-poverty measures in Europe.
The full data set is presented in Marchal, Siöland & Goedemé (2018), forthcoming working paper from the CSB. This initial release contains household incomes of included households and income situations for the period 2009-2017.