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A THEORY OF MULTIPLE LABOR MARKET PARTICIPATION
Labor Market Participation
TOWARD AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF MULTIPLE LABOR
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actual Adjusted analysis approach assumed assumptions average basic bias binary variable ceteris paribus Cobb-Douglas constraints cross-price effects dependent variables discussion empirical estimated effect evaluated experimental effects experimental variables explanatory variables factors of production farm operators full sample GR/DEV hours of wage hypothesized included income effect indicates induced inputs instrumental variables Interaction of TREAT Iowa sample labor market participation labor supply equations least squares technique level of wage linear logarithmic transformation marginal increase marginal product measured multiple labor market negative income tax non-income utility differences nonlabor income North Carolina sample parameterization percent level positive pre-experimental price effects problem production function regions regressands Rural Income Maintenance sample mean seasonality self-employment activity self-employment labor demand self-employment labor supply self-employment market significant specification TABLE tax rate TFAMSZ theoretical tion TPINCA treatment TX/DEV utility function wage job wage labor supply wage market participation wage rates wives zero