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Le coût de l’activité féminine : estimation à l’aide d’un modèle de demande conditionnel

Abstract : The article opens with an overview of economic literature concerning the modeling of personal consumption and labour supply choices when incorporating labour market participation costs (childminding, etc.). We then use data from the 1985 French Family Budgets survey to estimate the relationships between household demand for goods and services and total demand for goods and services (Engel curves) conditioned by female activity using M. Browning and C. Meghir's 1991 methodology. It appears that households allocate the same budget differently to goods depending on whether the woman works part time, full time or not at all.
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Anne Pascal, Jean-Marc Robin. Le coût de l’activité féminine : estimation à l’aide d’un modèle de demande conditionnel. Economie et Prévision, Minefi - Direction de la prévision, 1995, pp.141 - 149. ⟨hal-03393499⟩

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