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Saisonnalité et comportements de consommation

  • GAGEY, F.

[eng] Seasonality and Consumption Behaviour, . by François Bourguignon, Frédéric Gagey.. . This article uses a sample by monthly waves of a survey on household budgets taken in Tunisia in 1980 to determine how seasonal the consumption of different goods can be. Deseasonalization is carried out by using a consumption model common to all the waves of the survey, based on latent variables of "permanent" income and consumption. The correction resulting therefrom for income-elasticities of various goods and for assessing household's welfare is important. [fre] Saisonnalité et comportements de consommation, . par François Bourguignon, Frédéric Gagey.. . Cet article exploite l'échantillonnage par vagues mensuelles d'une enquête sur le budget des ménages réalisée en 1980 en Tunisie pour déterminer la saisonnalité de la consommation de divers biens. L'opération de désaisonnalisation est effectuée sur la base d'un modèle de consommation commun à touts les vagues de l'enquête et basé sur des variables latentes de revenu et de consommation "permanents". La correction qui en résulte pour les élasticités-revenu des divers biens et pour l'appréciation du bien-être des ménages s'avère importante. [spa] Estacionalidad y comportamientos de consumo, . por François Bourguignon y Frédéric Gagey.. . En este artículo se presenta el análisis por períodos mensuales de un estudio relativo al presupuesto de los hogares realizado en 1 980 en Túnez, para determinar la estacionalidad del consumo de diversos bienes. La operación de destacionalización se efectúa en base a un modelo de consumo común para todos los períodos del estudio y se funda en variables latentes de ingreso y de consumo "permanentes". Así se pone de relieve la importancia de la corrección résultante para las elasticidades-ingreso de los diversos bienes y para la apreciaciôn del bienestar de los hogares. [ger] Saisonbedingtheit und Konsumverhalten, . von François Bourguignon, Frédéric Gagey.. . In d

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Paper provided by DELTA (Ecole normale supérieure) in its series DELTA Working Papers with number 90-27.

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Date of creation: 1990
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Publication status: Published in Economie et Prévision, 1991, 97, pp. 1-10
Handle: RePEc:del:abcdef:90-27
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