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La détention d'assurance vie selon l'âge : une étude économétrique

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  • Mahieu, Ronan
  • Lavigne, Anne
  • El Mekkaoui de Freitas, Najat
  • Bernard, Philippe

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Notre communication se propose d’expliciter les comportements de détention de produits d’assurance vie selon l’âge, à partir d’une exploitation économétrique de l’enquête Patrimoine 1998 de l’Insee. Plus précisément, nous cherchons à identifier les déterminants socio-économiques et financiers significatifs de cette détention (en particulier l’âge, le revenu, le patrimoine, la situation matrimoniale, le statut professionnel et le niveau d’études). En suivant la logique développée dans un article précédent, nous estimons un modèle Probit pour expliquer la probabilité de détention de produits d’assurance, et des moindres carrés ordinaires pour expliquer les montants de richesse détenue en produits d’assurance, en fonction des déterminants identifiés précédemment.

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Paper provided by Paris Dauphine University in its series Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine with number 123456789/3512.

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Keywords: épargne; assurance vie; vieillissement;

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  1. Legros, Florence, 2006. "Life cycle options and preferences," Economics Papers from University Paris Dauphine 123456789/6477, Paris Dauphine University.

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