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Rising Inequality and Trends in Leisure

 Timo Boppart, L Rachel Ngai
  30th-Jan-2019
Description: This paper develops a model that generates rising average leisure time and increasing leisure inequality along a path of balanced growth. Households derive utility from market goods, home goods, and leisure.
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Rising inequality and trends in leisure
Timo Boppart

L Rachel Ngai

IIES, Stockholm University

LSE

CEPR

CEPR

January 2019, AEA Atlanta

Boppart & Ngai

Leisure Inequality

January, 2019

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