Agricultural Household Model With Wage Uncertainty: An Application To Subsidiary Post-Soviet Agriculture
The labor supply decision under wage uncertainty is studied in the context of an agricultural household model. The recent sharp growth of post-Soviet subsidiary subsistence agriculture is consistent with the model predictions of an increase in farm labor supply in response to the fall and uncertainty in real wage.
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