The Labour Supply Behaviour of Australian Lone Mothers
The number of lone parent families in Australia has grown dramatically over the last twenty years, as has the level of public income support for this group. This paper develops a cross-section modelling framework which pays close attention to the complexities of the budget constraint and unobserved wages.
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