Work effort effects in the classical labor supply model
This paper considers an extension of the classical static labor-leisure choice model to allow for an on-the-job leisure choice. The key result is that an income-compensated wage increase, while theoretically increasing hours worked, will likely increase on-the-job leisure.
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