Analysis of Households' Decision Using Full Demand Elasticity Estimates: an Estimation on Turkish Data

Abstract : Households' consumption patterns are deciphered through estimates of demand elasticities based on the domestic production decisions determined by constraints on time use and monetary budgets for different subpopulations. We first estimate the shadow wage rates of the households and later estimate the full demand elasticities which are computed using full prices proposed by Gardes (2016) derived through the hypotheses of complementarity or substitutability existing between monetary and time expenditures. Detailed results are obtained for the whole population by breaking the dataset into age groups and into households according to poverty level, as determined by the OECD-modified equivalence scale.
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Okay Gunes. Analysis of Households' Decision Using Full Demand Elasticity Estimates: an Estimation on Turkish Data. 2017. ⟨halshs-01491970⟩

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