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La medición de la movilidad de ingresos: enfoques e indicadores

  • Luis Ayala

    (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

  • Mercedes Sastre

    (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Este artículo trata de sistematizar las diferentes opciones disponibles para la medición de la movilidad de ingresos. En un primer apartado se introduce dicho concepto, con una especial atención a las diferencias y relaciones con la desigualdad y el crecimiento económico. Posteriormente, se analizan los diversos enfoques e indicadores. Se examinan también los diferentes procesos que determinan la estructura de la movilidad, con un análisis de las propuestas de descomposición que distinguen el triple componente de crecimiento, cambios en la desigualdad y reordenaciones. Finalmente, se analizan las posibilidades que ofrecen los ejercicios de descomposición utilizados en el estudio de la desigualdad para identificar los grupos de población y las fuentes de ingresos con mayor movilidad. Classification-JEL : D31, D63, J60.

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Volume (Year): 162 (2002)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
Pages: 101-131

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