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Une revue de la littérature sur les échelles d'équivalence

  • Lechene, V.

[ger] Die Äquivalenzskalen: ein Überblick iiber die Fachliteratur, . von Valérie Lechene.. . Die Modellierung der Auswirkungen des Vorhandenseins von Kindern auf das Wirtschaftsverhalten hat Stoff für eine umfangreiche und umstrittene Iiteratur geliefert. Dies ist darauf zurückzufuhren, daß einerseits für die Beantwortung zahlreicher Wirtschaftsfragen die Messung der Kosten eines Kindes erforderlich wird und daß andererseits auch weiterhin Unklarheiten hinsichtlich des Anwendungsbereichs der gegenwärtig existierenden Modelle bestehen. Die Integrierung der soziodemographischen Merkmale in das mikroökonomische Instrument führt zur Erstellung von Äquivalenzskalen, die wie Indizes der Merkmalskosten konzipiert sind und bei der Analyse der Nachfrage und zur Messung des Lebensstandards verwandt werden. Ich erörtere das grundlegende Problem der Identifizierung der Skalen auf der Basis von Nachfragedaten und zeige auf, was die Äquivalenzskalen tatsächlich messen. Des weiteren präsentiere ich die Modelle von Engel, Rothbarth, Barten und Prais sowie von Houtnakker, die die am meisten verwandten Modelle darstellen. [spa] Examen detallado de la literatura relativa a las escalas de equivalencia, . por Valérie Lechene.. . La modelización del efecto introducido por los hijos en cuanto a los comportamientos eœnômiœs ha dado lugar a una literatura tan abundante como discutida. Ello se dériva, en primer lugar, del hecho que la valoración del costo de los hijos se demuestra necesaria para responder a numerosos interrogantes económicos y, en segundo lugar, debido a que subsisten ambigüedades en cuanto al campo de aplicación de los modelos actualmente existentes. La integración de las características sociodemográficas en la herramienta rnicroeconómica conduce a la construcción de escalas de equivalencia, proyectadas como otros tantos índices del coste de las características, y utilizadas en análisis de la demanda y para la valoración del bienestar. El autor présenta el problema fundamen

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Paper provided by DELTA (Ecole normale supérieure) in its series DELTA Working Papers with number 93-04.

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Length: 28 pages
Date of creation: 1993
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Publication status: Published in Economie et Statistique, 1993, no. 110-111 (4/5), pp.169-182
Handle: RePEc:del:abcdef:93-04
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