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Working Paper 02-19 - Inégalités de bien-être en Belgique - Construction de onze indicateurs composites pour mesurer le bien-être de différentes catégories de la population

Working Paper 02-19 - Ongelijkheden op het gebied van welzijn in België - opbouw van elf composiete indicatoren om het welzijn van verschillende bevolkingscategorieën te meten

Arnaud Joskin

Working Papers from Federal Planning Bureau, Belgium

Abstract: This Working paper proposes eleven new composite indicators to measure changes in well-being for women, men, four age groups and five income categories (quintiles) in Belgium. They were constructed using a statistical analysis of the drivers of well-being specific to these population groups. These indicators are complementary to the indicator Well-being here and now that measures the average development in well-being in Belgium.

JEL-codes: A13 I1 I3 P52 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019-02-12
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