The taste for leisure, career choice, and the returns to education
Keith Chen and
Judith Chevalier ()
Economics Letters, 2008, vol. 99, issue 2, 353-356
We develop a simple methodology to estimate the returns to education despite heterogeneous labor/leisure preferences. The labor supply behavior of doctors and physician assistants is consistent with people choosing between the two careers based on differing tastes for leisure.
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