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Haushaltseinkommen in Sachsen : Ergebnisse des Mikrozensus 1996

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  • Wolfgang Nierhaus

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Das Nettoeinkommen der sächsischen Privathaushalte stieg 1996 von monatlich 2.890 DM afu 2.946 DM, welches umgerechnet einer Steigerung von 2,0% entspricht. Damit hat sich das Tempo des Einkommenszuwachses deutlich verlangsamt. Zu der insgesamt verhaltenen Einkommensentwicklung trug primär die geringere Anhabung der Tariflöhne und -gehälter bei, was sich auch in niedrigeren Steigerungsraten vieler - an die durchschnittliche Nettolohnentwicklung gekoppelter - Sozialleistungen auswirkte. Hinzu kamen Einkommenseinbußen durch die erstmals seit 1992 wieder zunehmende Arbeitslosigkeit. Ein weiterer Abschnitt der vorliegenden Analyse vergleicht die monatlichen durchschnittlichen Haushaltsnettoeinkommen zwischen Sachsen und Westdeutschland. Aus diesen Ergebnissen läßt sich in einem weiteren Schritt ablesen, inwieweit es dem neuen Bundesland gelungen ist, sich den westdeutschen Standards anzunähern.

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  • Wolfgang Nierhaus, 1997. "Haushaltseinkommen in Sachsen : Ergebnisse des Mikrozensus 1996," ifo Dresden berichtet, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 4(06), pages 15-17, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifodre:v:04:y:1997:i:06:p:15-17
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    Sachsen; Einkommen; Mikrozensus;

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