By Gary Koop
Econometrics is anxious with the projects of constructing and employing quantitative or statistical the way to the examine and elucidation of financial principles.
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Etc. ) then applying the expectation operator to any one will, in general, produce a different result to applying it to any other. As an example of this kind of work consider a model of discrete choice labour supply which corresponds to an extreme form of nonlinear budget constraint. // + y(z). The analysis here is based on data on lone mothers drawn from the 1988 Family Expenditure Survey. The alternative values of hours of work were assumed to be 0 for nonparticipants, 25 for part-timers (those working less than 31), and 40 for full-timers (those working 31 or more).
One frequently used attempt to overcome problems of interpersonal comparison is to use equivalence scales to adjust the incomes of the different types of households on to a common basis, as discussed in earlier sections, and then to calculate measures of social welfare, inequality and so on from the vector of equivalent incomes. That is to say, the utilities of members of a household are measured by the minimum expenditure needed by a household with reference to demographic composition in order to leave its members as well off as the household in question.
Auersperg (1981) 'A new procedure for the measurement of inequality within and among population subgroups', Canadian Journal of Economics, 14, 665-685 Blackorby, C , D. Donaldson and D. W. W. and Lewbel, A.