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L’accesso all’abitazione di residenza: un’analisi multilevel sulle famiglie italiane


  • Filippa Bono
  • Giovanni Busetta


La condizione di accessibilità abitativa (housing affordability) viene definita come la possibilità per una famiglia di acquistare, o prendere in affitto, un’abitazione adeguata alle proprie esigenze abitative impiegando una quota accettabile del proprio reddito. Obiettivo del presente lavoro è stabilire se esiste un effetto della regione e del grado di urbanizzazione sulla quota di reddito impiegata per soddisfare l’esigenza abitativa. Per stimare l’eventuale esistenza di tale effetto abbiamo effettuato un’analisi multilevel a tre livelli (individuo, famiglia, regione) attraverso l’utilizzo del data set IT-EUSILC2004 sulle famiglie italiane. I risultati mostrano un effetto della regione e del grado di urbanizzazione nella determinazione della quota di spesa sostenuta per la casa. Classificazione

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  • Filippa Bono & Giovanni Busetta, 2010. "L’accesso all’abitazione di residenza: un’analisi multilevel sulle famiglie italiane," SCIENZE REGIONALI, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 9(2), pages 71-100.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:scresc:v:html10.3280/scre2010-002004

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    Accessibilità abitativa; urbanizzazione e analisi multilevel.;

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    • D1 - Microeconomics - - Household Behavior
    • D3 - Microeconomics - - Distribution


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