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A study of the family service expenditures and the socio-demographic characteristics via fixed marginals correspondence analysis

Luigi D'Ambra, Pietro Amenta, Antonello D'Ambra and Jules S. de Tibeiro

Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 2021, vol. 73, issue C

Abstract: Our study focuses on two data set, the former provides the expenditures for several services for each family and the latter contains socio-demographic variables for the same statistical units. The main aim is to analyze, in a Correspondence Analysis context, the service expenditure of families based on the whole given data-set under two types of constraints: the global relative expenses for a given service and the global relative expenses for a given socio-demographic category. The purpose of measuring the relationship between expenditure on social services and the socio-demographic characteristics of families is conducted in an exploratory and predictive perspective. A new approach is then introduced which ensures compliance with the required constraints. Moreover, through a procedure, we have obtained a table of regression coefficients. This table shows interesting properties and it is easy to interpret. Finally, the performance of the results has been evaluated using computer-based resampling techniques.

Keywords: Contingency table; Family service expenditures; Generalized singular value decomposition; Constrained analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1016/j.seps.2020.100833

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