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Gastos Médicos en España: Estimaciones del Sistema de Demanda Casi Ideal y del Modelo de Rotterdam
[Medical Expenses in Spain: Estimations of the Almost Ideal Demand System and of the Rotterdam Model]

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  • Perchín Milián, Celia
  • Cañoto Martínez, Miguel

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En este estudio analizamos los Gastos Médicos en España desde una perspectiva micro-econométrica. Observamos que el modelo microeconómico que mejor se asemeja con las preferencias de los consumidores españoles para los años 1980 a 2015 es el modelo Rotterdam dinámico y obtenemos una serie de valores para describir cómo se comporta el consumidor en la realidad.Las distintas categorías de Gastos Médicos presentan elasticidades totalmente diferentes. Vemos que gracias a la inversión pública, los productos médicos han pasado a comportarse como bienes de primera necesidad, mientras que la elasticidad de servicios y hospital ha aumentado. Sobre el análisis de las elasticidades precio, las elasticidades Marshallianas nos permiten constatar bienes complementarios brutos, mientras que las elasticidades precio Hicksianas nos confirman que los Gastos Médicos son sustitutivos netos.

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  • Perchín Milián, Celia & Cañoto Martínez, Miguel, 2019. "Gastos Médicos en España: Estimaciones del Sistema de Demanda Casi Ideal y del Modelo de Rotterdam
    [Medical Expenses in Spain: Estimations of the Almost Ideal Demand System and of the Rotterdam Mod
    ," MPRA Paper 92400, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:92400
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    Keywords

    Gastos médicos; España (1980-2015); Sistemas de Demanda;

    JEL classification:

    • D12 - Microeconomics - - Household Behavior - - - Consumer Economics: Empirical Analysis
    • J10 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demographic Economics - - - General

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