A New Index to Value In-Kind Benefits
AbstractIn this paper, the authors present a new approach to valuing in-kind benefits and a new index for that valuation. This approach is both individual (or family) specific and assigns a value to benefits for all those eligible for them, whether or not the benefits are actually used. The value is based on observed characteristics of the individual (and family) and location-specific factors likely to influence the value. The index is created for individuals and can be aggregated to obtain a family specific value. An example of health insurance is used to demonstrate the approach. It is found that the value that single women with children place on health insurance depends on their own health status, the health status of their children, and their poverty status, among other factors. Copyright 1991 by The International Association for Research in Income and Wealth.
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Volume (Year): 37 (1991)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
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