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La production domestique dans les modèles collectifs

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  • Rapoport, Benoît

    (TEAM)

  • Sofer, Catherine

    (TEAM)

  • Solaz, Anne

    (INED)

This paper presents new general results in collective models with household production. We show that the identification of the sharing rule, obtained in Chiappori, Fortin and Lacroix (2002) using a standard labor supply model, can be extended to a model including household production, thus based upon a more satisfactory definition of leisure. The method derived from our theoretical results only implies that both market time and time devoted to household production by both members of the household are observed in the data. Comparing the results obtained with and without domestic time, using French data of the INSEE survey “Emplois du temps”, show that slightly different, and more robust results are obtained when including household production. Nous présentons ici des résultats nouveaux dans le cadre des modèles collectifs avec production domestique. Nous montrons que les résultats d’identification de la règle de partage obtenus dans Chiappori, Fortin et Lacroix (2002), à partir d’un modèle standard d’offre de travail, peuvent être étendus à un modèle avec production domestique, ce qui permet une définition plus satisfaisante du loisir. La méthode issue du résultat théorique de l’article nécessite uniquement l’observation des temps de travail domestique et marchand des deux membres adultes du ménage. Les estimations comparatives des modèles avec et sans production domestique, réalisées à partir de données françaises (enquête INSEE « Emplois du temps »), montrent que l’on obtient des résultats un peu différents, et surtout, plus robustes, pour le modèle dans lequel le temps de travail domestique est pris en compte.

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Article provided by Société Canadienne de Science Economique in its journal L'Actualité économique.

Volume (Year): 82 (2006)
Issue (Month): 1 (mars-juin)
Pages: 247-269

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Handle: RePEc:ris:actuec:v:82:y:2006:i:1:p:247-269
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