Gossens Theorie der Zeitallokation im Lichte neuerer Theorien
AbstractGossen´s theory of time allocation is compared to Gary Becker´s theory. It is shown in how far Gossen can be regarded as a forerunner of the household commodity approach.
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Date of creation: 2000
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Gossen; Becker; utility; time allocation; household commodity approach;
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