Income maintenance, work effort, and the Canadian Mincome experiment / by Derek Hum and Wayne Simpson. : EC22-174/1991E
By Derek Hum and Wayne Simpson. This study provides a useful summary and review of the various estimates of labour supply behaviour derived over several years, and also reports in detail on the results obtained using the longitudinal data derived from the Manitoba Basic Annual Income Experiment (MINCOME). This research will undoubtedly hold special interest for Canadian economists and policy makers concerned with the trade-offs between equity and efficiency as they relate to labour markets. Tables. Charts.
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|Department/Agency||Economic Council of Canada.|
|Title||Income maintenance, work effort, and the Canadian Mincome experiment / by Derek Hum and Wayne Simpson.|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Mincome = Manitoba Basic Annual Income Experiment. |
|Publishing information||Ottawa - Ontario : Economic Council of Canada 1991.|
|Description||103p. : tables ; 27 cm.|
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|Subject terms|| Income |
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