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Régimen de tenencia de la vivienda habitual y desigualdad de la renta de los hogares españoles


  • Javier Ballesteros Muñoz
  • Jorge Onrubia


En este trabajo se analiza, para el periodo 2008-2018, el impacto que tiene en la desigualdad de la renta de los hogares españoles la forma de acceso a la vivienda habitual (en propiedad o en alquiler). Para ello se adoptan dos enfoques metodológicos complementarios: uno, basado en la imputación a los hogares propietarios de la renta correspondiente al autoconsumo de los servicios de residencia; y otro, basado en la minoración de la renta de los hogares en la cuantía que estos destinan a cubrir los gastos anuales de acceso a la residencia habitual, ya sea mediante el pago de alquileres o por las anualidades asociadas con la financiación aplazada de la adquisición

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  • Javier Ballesteros Muñoz & Jorge Onrubia, 2022. "Régimen de tenencia de la vivienda habitual y desigualdad de la renta de los hogares españoles," Studies on the Spanish Economy eee2022-26, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaeee:eee2022-26

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