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Movilidad, Tenencia Y Demanda De Vivienda En España

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  • María Consuelo Colom

    (Universitat de València)

  • María Cruz Molés

    (Universitat de València)

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Mobility studies take into account that housing tenure has a high influencethrough transaction costs. If benefit of change is greater than costs, the household willchange their dwelling, if not the household stays even though their consumption is notthe optimum. Our aim is to analyse the behaviour of Spanish households that facemobility and tenure decisions, taking into account that they are endogenous given theclose relation between both: the tenure selected depends on the future decisionregarding mobility and expected future mobility depends on the present decision abouttenure. Together with these decisions, we will analyse factors that determine thehousing services demand for recent mover households that are, therefore, in equilibriumwith regard to the quantity of dwelling consumption. Due to the dependence existingbetween all these decisions, we carry out a simultaneous equations system. En los estudios de movilidad, se considera que el régimen de tenencia en el que el hogar disfruta de su vivienda tiene una gran influencia a través de los costes de transacción. Un hogar cambiará su vivienda si los beneficios obtenidos al realizar el cambio son superiores a los costes, en otro caso permanecerá en la misma vivienda aunque no esté consumiendo la cantidad óptima. El objetivo del trabajo es estudiar el comportamiento de los hogares españoles ante las decisiones de movilidad y elección del régimen de tenencia considerando que existe endogeneidad dada la gran relación entre ambas: el régimen de tenencia que elija un hogar depende de la decisión futura de movilidad y a la vez la movilidad futura esperada depende de la elección de tenencia actual. Junto con las decisiones anteriores se analizarán los factores que determinan la demanda de servicios de vivienda para aquellos hogares que acaban de mudarse y por lo tanto se encuentran en una situación de equilibrio respecto a la cantidad de vivienda consumida. Debido a la dependencia existente entre todas estas decisiones, se planteará un sistema de tres ecuaciones simultáneas.

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  • María Consuelo Colom & María Cruz Molés, 2003. "Movilidad, Tenencia Y Demanda De Vivienda En España," Working Papers. Serie EC 2003-18, Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Económicas, S.A. (Ivie).
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