# Correlational findings

## Study Berlin & Kaunitz (2015): study SE 1991

Public
18-75 aged general public, Sweden, followed 9 years1991, 2000
Sample
Respondents
N = 6406
Non Response
Assessment
Interview: face-to-face
or by telephone

## Correlate

Authors's Label
Source of cash margin
Our Classification
Distribution
1: 72%: 0a: 4%; 0b: 7%; 0c: 7%; 0d: 1%
Operationalization
If a situation suddenly arose where you had to come come up with 10,000 kr, could you manage it? (yes/no) If yes, where the cash margin comes from?

1 Own saving (reference)
0 Another source
a  Loan from family
b  Loan from friend
c  Bank loan
d  Other

## Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.11 ns Loan from family   (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.23 p < .000 Loan from friend   (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.33 p < .000 Bank loan          (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.11 ns Other              (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.08 ns Loan from family   (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.18 p < .1 Loan from friend   (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = -.34 p < .000 Bank loan          (vs. own saving) O-SLC-u-sq-v-5-c = +.11 ns Other              (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.07 ns Loan from family   (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.15 p < .000 Loan from friend   (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.14 p < .000 Bank loan          (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.08 ns Other              (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.16 ns Loan from family  (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.20 p < .05 Loan from friend   (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.13 ns Bank loan          (vs. own saving) O-SLu-g-sq-v-3-e = -.12 ns Other              (vs. own saving)

b and b-fix controled for:
- income
- sex
- age
- education attainment
- symptom index
- cohabitationg (parent)
- single parent
- emplozment status