Daddy Months

Research, Conference object, Preprint English OPEN
Meier, Volker; Rainer, Helmut;
(2014)
  • Publisher: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo) Munich
  • Subject: bargaining | H21 | D13 | fertility | J22 | family policy | fertility, bargaining, family policy, labor supply | J13 | labor supply | J18
    • jel: jel:H21 | jel:D13 | jel:J18 | jel:J13 | jel:J22
      ddc: ddc:330

We consider a bargaining model in which husband and wife decide on the allocation of time and disposable income. Since her bargaining power would go down otherwise more strongly, the wife agrees to having a child only if the husband also leaves the labor market for a wh... View more
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