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Habitudes de consommation des Canadiens ages : approche axee sur une cohorte synthetique

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  • Lafrance, Amelie
  • Larochelle-Cote, Sebastien

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Les etudes sur le revenu annuel avant et apres la retraite visent a determiner dans quelle mesure le revenu diminue a ce stade important de la vie. Bien que ces etudes aient une portee et un objet variables, on s'entend generalement pour dire que le regime canadien de revenu de retraite offre des taux de remplacement du revenu qui depassent 60 % a 70 % pour un grand nombre de Canadiens, en particulier ceux qui avaient un faible revenu lorsqu'ils etaient dans la force de l'age actif. Toutefois, peu de publications examinent dans quelle mesure les retraites conservent les memes niveaux de consommation. En s'appuyant sur les donnees de l'Enquete sur les depenses des familles (EDF) et de l'Enquete sur les depenses des menages (EDM), la presente etude adopte une approche axee sur une cohorte synthetique afin de determiner comment les habitudes de consommation des menages diriges par des personnes en fin de quarantaine (au debut des annees 1980) sont differentes de celles d'un groupe de menages au debut de la septantaine vers la fin des annees 2000. L'etude conclut que meme si la nature de la consommation evolue au fil du temps, les niveaux generaux de consommation ne se replient pas de facon importante chez les Canadiens au fil des annees.

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  • Lafrance, Amelie & Larochelle-Cote, Sebastien, 2011. "Habitudes de consommation des Canadiens ages : approche axee sur une cohorte synthetique," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2011067f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp5f:2011067f
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    Household assets; debts and wealth; Income; pensions; spending and wealth; Seniors; Work and retirement;

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