Marcin Wroński ORCID
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STRESZCZENIE

Ostatnią dekadę (od początku kryzysu finansowego w 2008 r.) charakteryzuje wzrost zainteresowania ekonomistów i twórców polityki publicznej gromadzeniem i wykorzystaniem danych o majątku gospodarstw domowych. Ma to dwie fundamentalne przyczyny: akumulację majątków i rosnące nierówności majątkowe oraz chęć lepszego prowadzenia polityki publicznej. Celem artykułu jest omówienie kluczowych problemów metodologicznych w badaniach nad majątkiem gospodarstw domowych, zaprezentowanie rozwiązań wypracowanych w tym zakresie przez komisję ekspercką OECD i zastosowanych w Household Finance and Consumption Survey oraz zidentyfikowanie obszarów wymagających dalszych prac metodologicznych. Od 2010 r. udało się osiągnąć znaczny postęp w zakresie pomiaru majątku prywatnego, jednakże zagadnienie adekwatnej reprezentacji najbogatszych gospodarstw domowych w próbie badawczej oraz koncepcje majątku obejmujące nie tylko majątek prywatny wciąż wymagają rozwoju standardów metodologicznych.

SŁOWA KLUCZOWE

finanse osobiste, majątek gospodarstw domowych, pomiar majątku gospodarstw domowych, nierówności majątkowe

JEL

C81, C82, D31

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