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Author Schr诤er, Carsten, 1972-

Title Variable income equivalence scales [electronic resource] : an empirical approach / Carsten Schr诤er.

Published Heidelberg ; New York : Physica-Verlag, c2004.

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Physical description 1 online resource (viii, 168 p.) ill.
Series Contributions to economics,
Contributions to economics.
Notes Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Kiel, Germany.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-168).
Contents Introduction -- Equivalence-Scale Measurement -- The Potential Dependence of Equivalence Scales on Income -- Equivalence Scales, Employment and Household Production -- A New Consensual Approach -- Survey I -- Survey II -- Conclusion.
Summary The book presents a new survey method for assessing equivalence scales. While previous surveys have frequently been accused of providing data which are substantially biased by respondents' personal characteristics and other subjective biases the new method keeps bias to an absolute minimum. Another key feature is that the derived data adds information as to the impact of two key variables on equivalence scales: income and the number of employed household members. In contrast to the standard independence of base assumption, the equivalence scales presented are inversely related to the income level of the reference household (a single adult), and increase in the number of employed household members.
Subject Income distribution -- Mathematical models.
Household surveys -- Methodology.
Welfare economics -- Mathematical models.
Household surveys -- Methodology.
Income distribution -- Mathematical models.
Welfare economics -- Mathematical models.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783790827118 (electronic bk.)
3790827118 (electronic bk.)
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