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Definition

The temporary elevation factors are applied to each expense observed, depending on its reference period, in order to obtain an estimation of the expenditure made in the study period.
The temporary elevation factors (FET) may be encompassed within a single factor, whose formulation is as follows: FET = T/t, with T being the duration of the study period and t being the duration of the respective reference period, both measured as a number of days.

Source

Household Budget Survey. Methodology

Topic

Statistical operations

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