In Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (CESEE), the use of foreign currencies in general and of the euro in particular is widespread. Whereas foreign currencies play an important role in CESEE, which has implications for the conduct of monetary and fiscal policy, knowledge about the various dimensions of euro use in the region is limited.
The OeNB Euro Survey provides a unique and comprehensive source of information about individuals’ foreign currency assets and liabilities in CESEE. The harmonized design of the survey allows comparisons not only across countries, but also across sociodemographic groups. The micro data supplied by the OeNB Euro Survey afford useful insights into the determinants of euroization, thus providing important input for the academic discussion on this topic.
You can find more detailed information on selected results of cross-country comparisons based on OeNB Euro Survey results here:
- Asset euroization
- Liability euroization
- Individual trust and expectations
- Financial literacy indicators
All data underlying the charts and maps are available upon request.
For more results, please go to our list of publications.