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Posiadanie w³asnego mieszkania a rodzicielstwo w Polsce

  • Anna Matysiak


    (Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics)

Posiadanie w³asnego mieszkania to wed³ug Hobcraft i Kiernan (1995) jeden z warunków realizacji decyzji o zostaniu rodzicem w krajach rozwiniêtych. Znaczenie tego czynnika dla decyzji o rodzicielstwie nie by³o jak dotychczas przedmiotem badañ w Polsce. Niniejsze opracowanie ma na celu czêœciowe wype³nienie tej luki poprzez przeprowadzenie badania zwi¹zku pomiêdzy posiadaniem w³asnego mieszkania a przejœciem do rodzicielstwa przez Polki urodzone w latach 1971-1981. Zagadnienie to jest wa¿ne ze wzglêdu na d³ugotrwa³y spadek liczby mieszkañ oddawanych do u¿ytku i znacz¹cy wzrost cen mieszkañ, jaki zaobserwowano w Polsce po 1989 r. Wyniki przeprowadzonych analiz wskazuj¹ na istnienie silnej dodatniej zale¿noœci pomiêdzy zamieszkiwaniem we w³asnym mieszkaniu a rodzicielstwem. Analizy pog³êbione pokazuj¹, ¿e jest to w du¿ym stopniu efekt warunkowania realizacji wczeœniej podjêtej decyzji o dziecku przeprowadzk¹ do w³asnego mieszkania. Co wa¿ne, wynajmowanie mieszkania jest znacznie mniej atrakcyjn¹ opcj¹ dla osób planuj¹cych dziecko, porównywaln¹ ze zamieszkiwaniem u rodziców. Otrzymane wyniki te s¹ zgodne z wynikami badañ empirycznych prowadzonych w innych krajach rozwiniêtych i sugeruj¹, ¿e trudnoœci z pozyskaniem w³asnego mieszkania prowadz¹ do opóŸniania realizacji decyzji o zostaniu rodzicem.

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Paper provided by Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics in its series Working Papers with number 46.

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Date of creation: 2011
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