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Subiektywne postrzeganie sytuacji dochodowej - mikroekonometryczna analiza danych panelowych

  • Hanna Dudek

    (Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie)

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    Głównym celem pracy jest analiza determinant subiektywnego postrzegania sytuacji materialnej w Polsce. Oprócz typowych cech wyjaśniających to zjawisko, takich jak wiek, płeć czy wykształcenie, uwzględniono także sytuację dochodową w ujęciu relatywnym. Do analizy wykorzystano dane z badania panelowego Diagnoza społeczna 2011 - warunki i jakość życia Polaków. W analizie subiektywnej percepcji objaśnia się cechę mierzoną na skali porządkowej, co sugeruje wykorzystanie uporządkowanych modeli logitowych i probitowych. Modele te jednak nakładają dość silne ograniczenia na zależności między zmienną objaśnianą a zmiennymi objaśniającymi. W pracy przedstawiono wyniki weryfikacji tych założeń oraz propozycje zastosowania uogólnień modeli uporządkowanych.

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    Article provided by Warsaw School of Economics, Collegium of Economic Analysis in its journal Collegium of Economic Analysis Annals.

    Volume (Year): (2013)
    Issue (Month): 30 ()
    Pages: 219-233

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