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Zur Notwendigkeit der Berücksichtigung des Vermögens bei der Beurteilung sozialpolitischer Maßnahmen

  • Thiele, Silke
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    Für die Beurteilung von Verteilungswirkungen sozialpolitischer Maßnahmen ist die Kenntnis der sozialen Lage privater Haushalte zwingend erforderlich. Zur Bestimmung der sozialen Lage wird im allgemeinen das Kriterium Einkommen herangezogen. Erstmalig für die Bundesrepublik wird in dieser Analyse zusätzlich das Vermögen in Form von Geld-, Grund-, Gebrauchs- und Rentenvermögen berücksichtigt. Es wird gezeigt, daß ein Einbezug des Vermögens deutliche Verschiebungen sozialer Lagen zur Folge haben kann. Dabei kommt insbesondere dem häufig vernachlässigten Rentenvermögen1 eine hohe Bedeutung zu. Zur empirischen Untermauerung werden im weiteren Haushaltskonstellationen ermittelt, die systematisch gering bzw. hoch mit Vermögen ausgestattet sind. Abgeleitet aus Ansätzen der Theorie der Vermögensbildung wird ein ökonometrisches Modell geschätzt. Grundlage der empirischen Analyse bilden die rund 45.000 bundesdeutschen Haushalte der Einkommens- und Verbrauchsstichprobe 1988.

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    Paper provided by Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Department of Food Economics and Consumption Studies in its series FE Working Papers with number 0006.

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    1. Wolff, Edward N, 1990. "Wealth Holdings and Poverty Status in the U.S," Review of Income and Wealth, International Association for Research in Income and Wealth, vol. 36(2), pages 143-65, June.
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