|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)|
Table of Contents
1. An introduction to applied welfare analysis Richard Blundell, Ian Preston and Ian Walker; 2. Measuring the costs of children: a theoretical framework Charles Blackorby and David Donaldson; 3. The collective approach to household behaviour Francois Bourguignon and Pierre-Andre Chiappori; 4. Ordinal and cardinal utility: an integration of the two dimensions of the welfare concept Bernard Van Praag; 5. The determination of welfare in nonintact families Daniela Del Bocha and Chris Flinn; 6. Female labour supply, housework and family welfare Patricia Apps; 7. Engel equivalence scales in Sri Lanka: exactness, specification, measurement error Mamta Murthi; 8. Measuring the life-cycle consumption costs of children James Banks, Richard Blundell and Ian Preston; 9. Family fortunes in the 1970s and 1980s Fiona Coulter, Frank Cowell and Stephen Jenkins; 10. Ethically consistent welfare prescriptions are reference-price-independent Charles Blackorby, Francois Laisney and Rolf Schmachtenberg; 11. The effect of systematic misperception of income on the subjective poverty line Martijn Tummers.