Análisis de la pobreza en Andalucía a partir de curvas IID, durante el período 1997-2000, utilizando diversas escalas de equivalencia
AbstractRESUMEN Una alternativa a la evolución de la pobreza mediante indicadores lo constituyen las Curvas I.I.D., que permiten analizar aspectos relacionados con la incidencia, la intensidad y la desigualdad del fenómeno. En este trabajo, se estudia la situación de la pobreza en la Comunidad Autónoma de Andalucía, durante el período 1997-2000 a partir de la distribución del gasto de los hogares, obtenida a través de la Encuesta Continua de Presupuestos Familiares (ECPF, base 1997), mediante el uso de curvas I.I.D., comparándola además con la situación de España. ABSTRACT TIP curves can be considered as an alternative choice against aggregate indicators when a dynamic poverty study has to be developed, because these curves allow us the analysis of incidence, intensity and inequality, all of them closely related to poverty concept. In this paper, poverty in Andalucía Autonomous Community is studied, during the period 1997-2000, using TIP curves. This aim is focussed through household expenditure data obtained from the Household Budget Continuous Sample (ECPF, reference 1997). Moreover, a comparison with Spain’s poverty is included.
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Volume (Year): 02 (2007)
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Curvas IID/TIP; Escalas de equivalencia; Distribución del gasto; Desigualdad; Pobreza;
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