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Title
  • Estimating Consumption Economies of Scale, Adult Equivalence Scales, and Household Bargaining Power
Author
  • Pierre-André Chiappori
  • Martin Browning
  • Pierre-AndrŽe Chiappori
  • Arthur Lewbel
Physical Description
  • preprint
Notes
  • Consumer Demand, Collective Model, Adult Eqivalence Scales, Indifference Scales, Household Bargaining, Economies of Scale, Demand Systems, Bargaining Power, Barten Scales, Sharing Rule, Nonparametric Identification.
  • RePEc:oxf:wpaper:289
  • RePEc:kud:kuieca:2003_12
  • How much income would a woman living alone require to attain the same standard of living that she would have if she were married? What percentage of a married couple's expenditures are controlled by the husband? How much money does a couple save on consumption goods by living together versus living apart? We propose and estimate a collective model of household behavior that permits identification and estimation of concepts such as these. We model households in terms of the utility functions of its members, a bargaining or social welfare function, and a consumption technology function. We demonstrate generic nonparametric identification of the model, and hence of a version of adult equivalence scales that we call "indifference scales," as well as consumption economies of scale, the household's resource sharing rule or members' bargaining power, and other related concepts.
  • Consumer Demand, Collective Model, Adult Equivalence Scales, Household Bargaining, Economies of Scale, Demand Systems, Bargaining Power, Barten Scales.
  • RePEc:boc:bocoec:588
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  • English
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