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Die axiomatische Herleitung einer Klasse von dynamischen Ungleichheitsmaßen

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    Im Bereich der Messung der Änderung von Ungleichheit sind schon einige Maße vorgeschlagen worden. Doch bis jetzt hat noch niemand versucht, auf Grundlage von bestimmten Axiomen eine Klasse von dynamischen Ungleichheitsmaßen herzuleiten. Dies geschieht in dieser Arbeit. Nach der Definition der Axiome wie Pigou-Dalton-Bedingung für dynamische Ungleichheitsmaße, Normierung, Symmetrie und Additiver Konsistenz, wird gezeigt, daß nur die normierte Differenz von Werten eines Ungleichheitsmaßes für die zwei Vergleichsperioden oder -gebiete alle Axiome erfüllt. Es werden für diese Indices Schätzer und Formeln zur Berechnung der Sensitivität angegeben.

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    Paper provided by University of Cologne, Institute of Econometrics and Statistics in its series Discussion Papers in Econometrics and Statistics with number 2/95.

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    Date of creation: 1995
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:ucdpse:9502
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