The Effect of Social Norms and Economic Considerations on Purchases of Chicken
Bruce McWilliams and
David Zilberman ()
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Bruce McWilliams: Autonomous Institute of Technology in Mexico (ITAM)
Chapter Chapter 9 in Health and Animal Agriculture in Developing Countries, 2012, pp 143-157 from Springer
Abstract An important characteristic of modern life is the increasing diversity of products and services that save time. While, in the past, time-saving services were primarily limited to those who could afford to employ maids or servants, the modern economy has created a whole range of time-saving products and services that are accessible to people of any economic status.
Keywords: Time Constraint; Religious Affiliation; Typical Household; Cooking Time; Consumption Decision (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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