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A Social network for household consumption

Francisco Parra

24 de enero de 2019

Introduction

The objective of the article is look for a micro perspective for consumption different by rational choice theory, for this we will adopt a more sociological assumption based on most agents choose to copy the choices made by other agents around them, namely agents to the same or immediate social class, subject to a spending restriction that is what determines for his income. That is possible for the multiplity prices and specifications of a consum good. To carry out this analysis, we will use claster analysis techniques, hierarchies in minimum expansion trees, and social network analysis techniques.

First we will review the consumption theory, then the social networks theory, to develop with the statistical techniques described a social network based on the result to the Household budget European survey and another using microdata from the Household budget Spanish survey. Finally we will look for a graphic relationship between the proximities of households according to distance functions applied to household expenditure and the income households.

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Dow Jones Stock Market Index (3/4): Log Returns GARCH Model — R-bloggers

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(This article was first published on R Programming – DataScience+, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) Categories Basic Statistics Tags Data Visualisation Import Data R Programming This is the second part of the 4-series articles about Dow Jones Stock Market. To read the first part go to this link. In this part, I am going to…

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Dow Jones Stock Market Index (1/4): Log Returns Exploratory Analysis — R-bloggers

(This article was first published on R Programming – DataScience+, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) Categories Basic Statistics Tags Data Visualisation Import Data R Programming In this four-post series, I am going to analyze the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) index on years 2007-2018. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIJA) is a stock market index…

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Propensión marginal al consumo y estructura de gastos de consumo en España

Francisco Parra
20 de abril de 2018

Introducción

El objetivo del artículo es comprobar si la teoría del consumo Keynesiana, puede ser considerada desde una perspectiva micro, alejada de las tradicional supuesto de la elección entre bienes en base a las funciones de utilidad, para ello adoptaremos un supuesto más sociológico basado en la elección siguiendo un patrón determinado, aquí supondremos que cada individuo elige imitando el comportamiento de los individuos de la inmediata clase social de mayor renta, sujeto a una restricción de gasto que es la que determina la función de consumo Keynesiana, construida en base a grupos de clases sociales (percentiles). Para realizar dicho análisis utilizaremos técnicas de cluster, jerarquías en arboles mínimos de expansión, y técnicas de análisis de redes sociales, aplicadas a la Encuesta de Presupuestos Familiares de España.

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(This article was first published on R Views, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers) In a previous post, we covered how to calculate CAPM beta for our usual portfolio consisting of: + SPY (S&P500 fund) weighted 25% + EFA (a non-US equities fund) weighted 25% + IJS (a small-cap value fund) weighted 20% + EEM (an…

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