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La medición de la desigualdad de la renta: una revisión de la literatura

  • Javier Ruiz-Castillo

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En esta revisión de la literatura que se ha desarrollado desde los años 70 hasta nuestros días, se estudian los procedimientos que conducen a una ordenación unánime, pero parcial, de las distribuciones de renta; se presentan las familias más importantes de indicadores completos de desigualdad que satisfacen determinadas propiedades básicas, y se investigan las consecuencias de requerir condiciones que ligan la desigualdad global con la desigualdad dentro de los subgrupos de cualquier partición; se discuten las objeciones frente a todos y cada uno de los juicios de valor que constituyen el paradigma de medición de la desigualdad presentado en los dos apartados precedentes; se estudian las formas en que se ha abordado la heterogeneidad entre los individuos que surgen cuando se agrupan en hogares con distintas necesidades o cuando sus rentas difieren por haber contado con diferentes oportunidades de las que no son moralmente responsables, y se formulan algunas conclusiones.

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Paper provided by Universidad Carlos III, Departamento de Economía in its series Documentos de Trabajo de Economía with number de20070222.

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