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El déficit de vivienda urbano: consideraciones metodológicas y un estudio de caso

  • Luis Armando Galvis


El presente documento analiza el déficit de vivienda en Barranquilla y Soledad durante 1993, 2005 y 2009. Los resultados muestran que en la ciudad de Barranquilla, principalmente por la mejoría en servicios públicos, ha venido aumentado el porcentaje de hogares sin déficit. En el municipio de Soledad la mayoría de los hogares en déficit tienen problemas susceptibles de mejorar. Con el fin de caracterizar los hogares en déficit, se modificó la metodología del Dane para identificar los hogares que están en la doble desventaja de presentar déficit cualitativo y cuantitativo. A partir de estos nuevos cálculos se utilizaron los modelos probit binomial, logit multinomial y probit bivariado. De este último se concluye que existe una relación negativa entre el nivel de ingresos, la educación y la edad del jefe con la probabilidad que el hogar esté en déficit.

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Article provided by UN - RCE - CID in its journal REVISTA CUADERNOS DE ECONOMÍA.

Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): (June)

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