Una geografía regional de la familia en la Europa de la Segunda Transición Demográfica

Joaquín Recaño Valverde, Ana Chacón Martínez

Resumen


En este artículo se analiza la distribución geográfica de las estructuras de hogares en Europa, a partir de datos simultáneos y metodológicamente equiparables de 32 países europeos y 1.340 regiones NUTS 3 (Eurostat) correspondientes a la ronda censal de 2010. Con esta información, hemos confeccionado una serie de mapas detallados con la distribución espacial de los tipos de hogares a escala NUTS 3. Para llevar a cabo este trabajo se han empleado técnicas de econometría espacial, análisis de componentes principales y conglomerados. La geografía de los tipos de hogares que emerge tras nuestro análisis constata la existencia de una significativa autocorrelación espacial en todas las formas y estructuras analizadas; es decir, los tipos de hogares no se distribuyen de forma aleatoria en el espacio europeo.


Palabras clave


estructura de hogares; familia; Europa; 2011; NUTS 3

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