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Melbourne Institute Historical Time Series Data: Consumer Inflationary Expectations

The University of Melbourne
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Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research (Owned by, Aggregated by)
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Monthly Data from June 1993
Covers:
-Expected Price Changes - Median.
-Expected Price Changes - Mean.

The survey is conduct monthly by telephone and the sample size is typically 1200 households. Each respondent is characterized by: gender, age, occupation, education, political party preference, home ownership, household income, and postcode. The Survey is used to compile the following Report: The Melbourne Institute Survey of Consumer Inflationary Expectations. The Report produces a direct measure of inflationary expectations as consumers are asked whether, and by how much, they believe prices will change over the coming 12 months. This report is produced monthly.

Data time period: 1993

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