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Les comportements d’accumulation patrimoniale des ménages français : existe-t-il un effet de génération ?

  • Dauriol, Julie
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    L’hypothèse de fonte des marchés financiers, à partir de 2006, si les nombreux Papy Boomers retraités désépargnent pour consommer plus, nous fait nous interroger sur les comportements d’accumulation de cette génération. Cet article propose de distinguer, à partir de cinq enquêtes de l’INSEE sur le patrimoine des ménages, les effets d’âge, de génération et de période qui influencent l’évolution de ces comportements.

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    Date of creation: 2005
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    Publication status: Published in Economie du vieillissement: Age et protection sociale,
    Handle: RePEc:dau:papers:123456789/4094
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