The present paper develops a collective model of labor supply with domestic production. It is shown that the structural components of the model can be identified without using a distribution factor, thereby generalizing the initial results of Apps and Rees [1997] and Chiappori [1997]. The theoretical model is then estimated using the ATUS data. The empirical results are compared to those obtained from a similar model without domestic production.

On the Importance of Household Production in Collective Models: Evidence from U.S. Data

Matteazzi, Eleonora
2012

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The present paper develops a collective model of labor supply with domestic production. It is shown that the structural components of the model can be identified without using a distribution factor, thereby generalizing the initial results of Apps and Rees [1997] and Chiappori [1997]. The theoretical model is then estimated using the ATUS data. The empirical results are compared to those obtained from a similar model without domestic production.
collective models
domestic production
distribution factor
ATUS data
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