Labour Supply, Health and Caring: Evidence from the UK
This paper investigates the impact of own health and disability, and that of others, on individual labour supply. We estimate a model of hours of caring and hours of work using a large micro dataset of UK households which contains detailed information about caring and health for individuals both inside and outside the household.
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