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Desigualdad Y Bienestar En La Distribución Intraterritorial De La Renta, 1973-2000

  • Luis Ayala Cañón

    (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos)

  • Antonio Jurado Málaga

    (Universidad de Extremadura)

  • Francisco Pedraja Chaparro

    (Universidad de Extremadura)

. Este trabajo evalúa los cambios en las diferencias en los niveles de desigualdad y bienestar entre las Comunidades Autónomas españolas, tomando como referencia un extenso intervalo temporal (1973-2000). Utilizando los microdatos de las EPFs estructurales y la ECPF-2000 longitudinal anualizada, se analizan las diferencias y evolución de la desigualdad dentro de cada territorio, se examinan los cambios en la estructura de la desigualdad por descomposición, se estudia el proceso de convergencia, y se desarrollan funciones abreviadas de bienestar para cada región que nos permiten analizar las diferencias y su evolución durante este periodo.

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