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Una Nota sobre la Movilidad Intrageneracional del Ingreso en Chile

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  • Claudio Sapelli

En este trabajo se estiman los diferentes índices de movilidad intrageneracional para Chile sobre la base del panel CASEN. A la luz de los resultados se evalúan las conclusiones de la literatura que se basan principalmente en la discusión de la matriz de transición. Se concluye que la lectura de los datos en una parte de la literatura es equivocada. Se hace una simulación que permite demostrar que la matriz de transición chilena podría ser consecuencia de un proceso de shocks aleatorios sobre la distribución del ingreso efectiva, demostrando que las características diferenciales de ella son consecuencia de la distribución del ingreso. Se concluye que en Chile hay alta movilidad y que no hay barreras a la misma entre diferentes grupos de ingreso.

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Paper provided by Instituto de Economia. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. in its series Documentos de Trabajo with number 388.

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Date of creation: 2010
Handle: RePEc:ioe:doctra:388
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