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Public goods, transferable utility and divorce laws

Pierre-AndreМЃ Chiappori

Public goods, transferable utility and divorce laws

by Pierre-AndreМЃ Chiappori

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Published by IZA in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Divorce -- Law and legislation.,
  • Divorce -- Statistics.,
  • Public goods.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Pierre-André Chiappori, Murat Iyigun, Yoram Weiss.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesDiscussion paper -- no. 2646, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) -- no. 2646
    ContributionsIyigun, Murat.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD5701
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16297671M
    LC Control Number2007618210

    Public goods, transferable utility and divorce laws (IZA Discussion Paper No. ). Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor. Bonn, Germany: Institute for the Study of Labor. Coase, R. H. ().   law is in effect and that divorce laws determine the spousal distribution of incomes upon divorce. Therefore, income distributions in the remarriage market and the first-marriage market may differ. We assume throughout that utility is transferable between spouses and lending or borrowing is not an option. 2 Because of ~pc/

    utility within marriage, but also transferable utility within divorce, as well as a precise relationship between the two Pareto-slopes properties that were implicitly assumed by Becker. The main claim of the present paper is that, when public goods are present, these properties are unlikely to hold. Therefore, changes in divorce laws can The basic difference between goods and services is that when the buyer purchases the goods by paying the consideration, the ownership of goods moves from the seller to the buyer. Conversely, the ownership of services is ://

    The Capitol Complex is closed to the public due to COVIDAll meetings will be held virtually online. View procedures and guidelines for remote public   Public Goods, Transferable Utility and Divorce Laws, (with Pierre-Andre Chiappori and Yoram Weiss), , Journal of Demographic Economics, March Marriage Markets and Household Modes of Behavior, December Gender Inequality, Spousal Careers and Divorce, (with Pierre-Andre Chiappori and Yoram Weiss), preliminary ://~iyigun/


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We reconsider the well known Becker-Coase (BC) argument, according to which changes in divorce laws should not affect divorce rates, in the context of households which consume public goods in addition to private goods.

For this result   Public Goods, Transferable Utility and Divorce Laws We reconsider the well known Becker-Coase (BC) argument, according to which changes in divorce laws should not affect divorce rates, in the context of households which consume public goods in addition to private goods.

For this result to hold, utility must be Public Goods, Transferable Utility and Divorce Laws,IZA Working Paper No: By Murat Iyigun and Yoram Weiss. Abstract. We reconsider the well known Becker-Coase (BC) argument, according to which changes in divorce laws should not affect divorce rates.

We first argue that BC theorem does not hold unless utility is transferable both within CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We reconsider the well known Becker-Coase (BC) argument, according to which changes in divorce laws should not affect divorce rates, in the context of households which consume public goods in addition to private goods.

For this result to hold, utility must be transferable both within marriage and upon divorce, and the ?doi= CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Any opinions expressed here are those of the author(s) and not those of the institute.

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The Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn is a local and virtual international research center and ?doi= Public Goods, Transferable Utility and Divorce Laws." Mimeo. By Murat Iyigun and Yoram Weiss. Abstract. We reconsider the well known Becker-Coase (BC) argument, according to which changes in divorce laws should not affect divorce rates.

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mand for public goods over ecient allocations holds only for the one private good case. In general, preferences satisfying the second property need not   divorce laws determine the spousal distribution of incomes upon divorce. We also assume that lending or borrowing is not an option.

2 Because of public goods, spousal incomes complement each other, which can be shown to generate First, even in our transferable utility setting, divorce probabilities typically depend on divorce settlement THE DECISION TO DIVORCE.

We rely on the simple, canonical discrete choice model that is often used to identify determinants of divorce (Becker et al. ; Charles and Stephens ; Hoffman and Duncan ; Weiss and Willis ).The model is based on the assumption that couples marry because they expect marriage to bring them higher utility than the alternative states, and subsequently   Illinois Law Welcome to the Illinois Law section of FindLaw's State Law collection.

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While the market will produce some level of public goods in the absence of government intervention, we do not expect that it will produce the quantity that maximizes net benefit.

Figure “Public Goods and Market Failure” illustrates the problem. Suppose that provision of a public good such as national defense is left entirely to private   This is page i Printer: Opaque this Family Economics Martin Browning Oxford University Pierre-AndrØ Chiappori Columbia University Yoram Weiss Tel Aviv ~weiss/fam_econ/  The creation of public goods or capturing economies of scale belong to economics was thought relevant to only a few fields of law, all commercial—antitrust law, public utility and common carrier regulation, and tax law.

By the end of the s, as a result of articles (and the occasional book) by William Baxter, Gary Becker, Guido