It has been observed that the labour supply of married women is sensitive to
wage rate and nonwage income as well as to other socio-economic variables. It is of
interest, for economists and policy makers, to measure the effects of taxes and transfer
payments on the labour supply and welfare of married women. In the last two
decades, much effort has been devoted to the development of the theory of labour
supply and to the application of this theory to policy analysis.
This thesis intends...[Show more]
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