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Detección e influencia de los principales factores explicativos del consumo familiar de servicios en España y sus regiones

  • José A. Camacho Ballesta
  • Manuel Hernández Peinado

RESUMEN En este trabajo se lleva a cabo una indagación sobre los principales factores explicativos del consumo familiar de servicios en España y en sus Comunidades Autónomas en la década de los noventa, planteándose dos objetivos primordiales. Primero, detectar qué factores explicativos del consumo familiar de servicios se dan a nivel nacional y a nivel de Comunidades Autónomas. Y segundo, establecer qué orden e importancia explicativa presentan los anteriores factores. Para la consecución de los dos objetivos anteriores se aplican técnicas estadísticas de análisis multivariante a los datos explotados de las Encuestas de Presupuestos Familiares de 1990 y 1999. ABSTRACT In this work an investigation on the main explanatory factors of the family consumption of services in Spain and in its autonomous regions in the nineties is carries out, being presented two fundamental objectives. First, to detect what explanatory factors of the family consumption of services are given to national level and to level of autonomous regions. And second, to establish what order and explanatory importance presents the previous factors. For the attainment of objective both previous statistical techniques of multivariant analysis are applied to the operated data of the Surveys of Family Budgets of 1990 and 1999.

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Volume (Year): 02 (2008)
Issue (Month): ()
Pages: 185-209

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