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Grejcz Kacper (Narodowy Bank Polski), Żółkiewski Zbigniew (Narodowy Bank Polski)
Tytuł
Household Wealth in Poland : the Results of a New Survey of Household Finance
Źródło
Bank i Kredyt, 2017, nr 3, s. 295-326, aneks, bibliogr. 66 poz.
Bank & Credit
Słowa kluczowe
Gospodarstwa domowe, Nierówności społeczno-gospodarcze, Ekonomika gospodarstwa domowego, Strefa euro, Dystrybucja, Przegląd literatury, Przestrzenna analiza porównawcza
Households, Social-economics inequality, Household economics, Eurozone, Distribution, Literature review, Comparative spatial analysis
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: E51, G12
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Kraj/Region
Polska
Poland
Abstrakt
The study discusses the main results of the new survey of household wealth and indebtedness in Poland and compares the main statistics of the wealth position of Polish households vis-à-vis euro area countries. Quantile regression is applied to identify the drivers of net wealth along the net wealth distribution. Wealth inequality is analysed with the use of the Gini coefficient decompositions by wealth component and by household group and the basic methodological features of the new survey of households finance are highlighted. A short review of the latest literature on household finance in Europe supplements the paper. (original abstract)
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Biblioteka Główna Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu
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