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ISH: Hacia una Medida de la Satisfacción de los Hogares desde el Punto de Vista de la Oferta de Trabajo

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  • Darwin Marcelo

    (Instituto de Políticas de Desarrollo IPD)

  • Juan Miguel Villa

    (Instituto de Políticas de Desarrollo IPD)

El estudio de las preferencias es uno de los temas menos tratados por la econometría aplicada. En el presente artículo se pretende realizar una aproximación translogarítimica de las preferencias por medio de la construcción de un Índice de Satisfacción de los Hogares (ISH) con base al módulo de condiciones del hogar de la Encuesta de calidad de Vida realizada por el DANE en abril de 2003. El ISH es utilizado para observar cómo son las disposiciones de oferta de trabajo de los hogares desde el punto de vista de la teoría neoclásica. Se discriminan los hogares según estrato socioeconómico en una muestra para la ciudad de Bogotá. Al final se puede concluir que los hogares que tienen más disposición a trabajar son los pertenecientes al estrato alto. Las causas de lo anterior son estudiadas a fondo realizando una revisión teórica y una justificación según los datos de la mencionada encuesta.

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Paper provided by EconWPA in its series Labor and Demography with number 0410007.

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Length: 28 pages
Date of creation: 17 Oct 2004
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpla:0410007
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