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    Title: 以財稅資料分析臺灣跨代所得階層流動
    Analysis of Taiwan’s Intergenerational Income Mobility – Evidence in Tax Record
    Authors: 陳湘儒
    Chen, Hsiang-Ju
    Contributors: 連賢明
    Lien, Hsien-Ming
    陳湘儒
    Chen, Hsiang-Ju
    Keywords: 跨代所得彈性
    所得分配
    Income distribution
    IGE
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-04-01 15:05:29 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近年來,貧富不均與所得分配議題不斷被拿出來討論,過去研究結果顯示,當所得分配越不均時,世代之間的流動性也越差,使得各國的代際所得流動性成為相當熱門的話題。本文使用財政資訊中心2004~2015年的綜所稅資料,分別建構出1980~1988年出生的國民與其父母的所得分配,接著利用迴歸模型估算我國的代際所得彈性,得出我國在所得流動與歐洲國家相近,皆屬高度流動國家,若進一步估計台灣各縣市的代際所得流動性(IRA;以階層所得為估計變數)便發現最流動是新竹市為0.07,其次是台北市0.083,最不流動的是嘉義市的0.187。
    Recently, the issue of inequality and the income distribution have been wildly discussed. Past studies show that the more uneven of income distribution the worse mobility between generation. That’s why the intergenerational income mobility of countries become a quite popular topic. This paper uses the taxation data from 2004 to 2015 to construct the income distribution of the nationals who was born in 1980 to 1988. Then, using regression model to estimate the intergenerational income elasticity in Taiwan. We found that intergenerational income elasticity in Taiwan is similar to European countries and is more mobile than the United States. And further research has found that when we use Intergenerational Rank Association to estimate city’s mobility the most mobile city is Hsinchu , the lest mobile city is Chiayi.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    財政學系
    105255020
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105255020
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.PF.003.2019.F07
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