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dc.contributor.authorStremenovscaia, Zoia-
dc.contributor.authorGarabajii, Ecaterina-
dc.identifier.citationSTREMENOVSCAIA, Zoia, GARABAJII, Ecaterina. Analiza inegalităţii după sursele veniturilor disponibile și componentele cheltuielilor de consum. In: Inegalități sociale în Republica Moldova. Constituirea clasei de mijloc : culegere de studii și articole : conferinţa ştiintifică internaţională, 23-24 februarie 2017, Chișinău. Chișinău, 2017, pp. 140-147. ISBN 978-9975-9761-9-0.en_EN
dc.descriptionReferinţe bibliografice: p. 147 (3 titl.).en_EN
dc.description.abstractDisposable incomes and consumption expenditures, as interrelated indicators which characterize both level of households’ well-being and the degree of their inequality. The average disposable incomes of households in our country exceed the average value of minimum subsistence per person. The largest share in the structure of disposable incomes is derived from employment. Analysis of quintile distribution across the country, as a whole, shows a threefold increase in the amount of disposable income in the V-th quintile group over the income of I-st quintile group. By areas, the largest inequality of disposable income is inherent more for cities. Households, located in cities, have the highest overall consumption expenditures per capita. The largest share in consumption expenditure for all areas consists of expenditures for food, as well as expenditures for household maintenance and dwelling equipment. The greatest inequality in consumption expenditures is also common for cities.en_EN
dc.publisherÎ.S. „Tipografia Centrală”en_EN
dc.titleAnaliza inegalităţii după sursele veniturilor disponibile și componentele cheltuielilor de consumen_EN
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