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Desigualdad en consumo y renta en España y su relación con algunas variables demográficas

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  • A. Cutanda
  • F. Mochón
  • José M. Labeaga

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Este trabajo analiza la evolución de la desigualdad tanto en consumo como en renta en un contexto de optimización intertemporal y a partir de una muestra de datos microeconómicos. Para ello, se evalúa el impacto de la incertidumbre en la renta sobre la desigualdad, descomponiéndola en sus componentes permanente y transitorio. Además, se analiza el efecto sobre la desigualdad de variables como la edad, la educación y la ocupación. El análisis se centra en el estudio de los patrones de desigualdad observados en España durante el período 1985-1995, a partir de la información de la Encuesta Continua de Presupuestos Familiares. Los resultados obtenidos indican que dichas variables son determinantes importantes en la explicación de la desigualdad en España, tanto temporal como permanente, que se ha reducido, en líneas generales, durante el período, si bien puede observarse un ligero repunte al final del mismo.

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  • A. Cutanda & F. Mochón & José M. Labeaga, 2006. "Desigualdad en consumo y renta en España y su relación con algunas variables demográficas," Working Papers 2006-26, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaddt:2006-26
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    1. José Casado, 2011. "From income to consumption: measuring households partial insurance," Empirical Economics, Springer, vol. 40(2), pages 471-495, April.
    2. Jose Maria Casado, 2012. "Consumption partial insurance of Spanish households," Working Papers 1214, Banco de España;Working Papers Homepage.

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