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The Collective Farm-Household Model: Policy and Welfare Simulations

Eleonora Matteazzi, Martina Menon () and Federico Perali ()

No 20/2013, Working Papers from University of Verona, Department of Economics

Abstract: This study develops a household enterprise model extended to encompass recent advances in collective theory. We use a simulation model, in which production and consumption-leisure choices are represented along with the rule governing intra-household resource allocation, to analyze the income and wage responses of each family member. The household is treated as an equilibrium model whose accounts are based on a household social accounting matrix, and the social classes are the wife/husband classes. The simulation analysis illustrates the policy relevance of the collective approach to household behavior for inferring the impact of economic policies on individual welfare levels.

Keywords: Collective household enterprise model; sharing rule; household production; household social accounting matrix; simulation analysis (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: D11 D12 D13 C61 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 39
Date: 2013-11
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Published in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy

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