Female labor force participation

March 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Mar73, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p16
Academic Journal
Examines the determinants of female labor force participation with focus on working wives and mothers. Effect of husband's income position on labor force participation by wife; Effect of income on demand for leisure.


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