Pocket money and child effort at school

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François-Charles Wolff; Christine Barnet-Verzat;
  • Journal: Economics Bulletin, volume 9, issue 13, pages 1-10
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In this paper, we study the relationship between the provision of parental pocket and the level of effort undertaken by the child at school. Under altruism, an increased amount of parental transfer should reduce the child's effort. Our empirical analysis is based on a F... View more
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