Continuous Consumer Equivalence Sales: Item-Specific Effects of Age and Sex of Household Members in the Budget Allocation Model

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Costs of children as consumers is an issue as interesting and intriguing as it is intricate and tricky. It is interesting particularly because costs of children are often obscured, hence underestimated ('cheaper by the dozen'); more enlightened considerations may have an impact on family planning and population policy at a micro and macro level of living, respectively. From a methodological point of view, the topic is intriguing since consumption by individual members of a family cannot be measured directly, but can only be ...

Continuous Consumer Equivalence Sales: Item-Specific Effects of Age and Sex of Household Members in the Budget Allocation Model 1976, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789024718474

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