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Estimación Microeconométrica de la Tenencia y Demanda de Vivienda en España según la Localización/Microeconometric Estimation of Tenune and Housing Demand in Spain Accoding to Location

  • RODRÍGUEZ HERNÁNDEZ, JOSÉ E.

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Facultad de CC. EE. y Empresariales. Universidad de la Laguna. Campus de Guajara, s/n. Tenerife. Islas Canarias. España. Tfnos: (922) 317 030;(922) 317 028 Fax (922) 31 72 04.)

  • BARRIOS GARCÍA, JAVIER A.

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Facultad de CC. EE. y Empresariales. Universidad de la Laguna. Campus de Guajara, s/n. Tenerife. Islas Canarias. España. Tfnos: (922) 317 030;(922) 317 028 Fax (922) 31 72 04.)

Este trabajo analiza empíricamente los factores que determinan la tenencia y demanda de vivienda habitual en España según la localización de la vivienda, empleando los datos microeconométricos correspondientes a 1999 procedentes de la Encuesta Continua de Presupuestos Familiares (ECPF). Para el análisis de la tenencia empleamos el modelo logit multinomial mixto y para la estimación de la demanda utilizamos una generalización del estimador de Heckman en dos etapas para corregir el sesgo de selección muestral. This paper analyses the factors determining tenure choice and demand of habitual housing in Spain according to housing location, using microeconometric data for 1999 from the Spanish Household Budgets Continuous Survey (ECPF) database. We use the multinomial mixed logit model for the analysis of housing tenure choice, and a generalization of Heckman two-step estimator to correct for sample selection bias to obtain housing demand equations.

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Volume (Year): 25 (2007)
Issue (Month): (Abril)
Pages: 453-484

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