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Continuous consumer equivalence scales : item-specific effects of age and sex of household members in the budget allocation model

Author: J Blokland
Publisher: The Hague : Nijhoff, 1976.
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Costs of children as consumers is an issue as interesting and intriguing as it is intricate and tricky. One (older) approach to establishing costs of consumption by children compared with (male)  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Blokland, J.
Continuous consumer equivalence scales.
The Hague : Nijhoff, 1976
(OCoLC)647060054
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Blokland
ISBN: 9024718473 9789024718474
OCLC Number: 2466883
Notes: Errata slip inserted.
Description: 186 pages : graphs ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Scope and method of the study.- 2. Earlier contributions to the estimation of family-size effects on expenditure.- 2.1. Possible contributions of survey data.- 2.2. Normative approach.- 2.3. Empirical approach.- 2.3.1. Subsampling households by size scales.- 2.3.2. Discontinuous scales.- 2.3.3. Continuous scales.- 2.4. Concluding remarks.- 3. The expenditure allocation model.- 3.1. Model without family size effects.- 3.1.1. Derivation.- 3.1.2. Some properties.- 3.2. Model incorporating family size effects.- 3.2.1. Derivation.- 3.2.2. Some properties.- 3.2.3. Specification of the standard consumer function.- 3.2.4. Specification of the equivalence function.- 3.2.5. Some properties of the equivalence function.- Appendix 3.A. Derivation of homogeneous demand functions from the Slutsky conditions imposed on the expenditure allocation model.- Appendix 3.B. Conditions for a budget constrained utility maximum imposed on the expenditure allocation model without family size effects.- Appendix 3.C. Conditions for a contrained utility maximum imposed on the expenditure allocation model incorporating family size effects.- Appendix 3.D. Derivation of parameter equations for the standard consumer functions.- 4. Estimation of family size effects in the expenditure allocation model.- 4.1. Model with direct identification of the parameters.- 4.1.1. Specification of the model.- 4.1.2. Disturbances of the model.- 4.2. Model with indirect identification of the parameters.- 4.2.1. Specification of the model.- 4.2.2. Identification of the parameters.- 4.2.3. Application of the model.- 5. Results of the indirect estimation procedure.- 5.1. Survey.- 5.2. Allocation of the total budgets to three large categories.- 5.3. Allocation of the food budget to seven categories.- 5.3.1. Four specifications of the cubic equivalence function.- 5.3.2. Two subsamples: small and large families.- 5.3.3. Two subsamples: high and low total expenditure.- 5.3.4. The effect of enlarging the admitted range of the equivalence coefficients.- 5.4. Comparison between the present results and those of Prais and Houthakker.- 5.5. Comparison between the present results and the results obtained with some `naive' models.- 5.5.1. Introduction.- 5.5.2. First naive model: without family size effects.- 5.5.3. Second naive model: number of family members.- 5.5.4. Third naive model: number of standard consumers.- 6. Summary.- Annexes.- Selected Bibliography.
Responsibility: J. Blokland ; foreword by W.H. Somermeyer.

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