Compensated Labor Supply Probabilities and Slutsky Elasticities in Discrete Labor Supply Models
This paper discusses the calculation of compensated choice probabilities in random utility models. The methodology of Compensating Variation and Compensated Choice Probability was developed recently by Dagsvik and Karlström (2005). In this paper we demonstrate how one can apply this methodology in practice. In particular, we compute compensated labor supply probabilities and Slutsky elasticities in a particular discrete labor supply mode
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