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Hausman, Jerry A. and David A. Wise eds., 1985, Social Experimentation, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.


Hausman, Jerry A. and David A. Wise eds., 19850301, Social Experimentation, Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press. 8+292p @ISBN: 0226319407[amazon]


‘Contents

Hausman, Jerry A. and David A. Wise, Introduction, 1-10

1.

Aigner, Dennis J., The Residential Electricity Time-of-Use Pricing Experiments: What Have We Learned?, 11-53

Joskow, Paul L., Comment, 42-8
Taylor, Lester D., Comment, 49-50

2.

Rosen, Harvey S., Housing Behavior and the Experimental Housing- Allowance Program: What Have We Learned?, 55-75

Quigley, John M., Comment, 75-86
Ingram, Gregory K., Comment, 87-94

3.

Stafford, Frank P., Income-Maintenance Policy and Work Effort: Learning from Experiments and Labor-Market Studies, 95-143

Rosen, Sherwin, Comment, 134-7
Griliches, Zvi, Comment, 137-138

4.

Harris, Jeffrey E., Macroexperiments versus Microexperiments for Health Policy, 145-86

Ginsburg, Paul B., Comment, 170-2
Orr, Lawrence L., Comment, 172-81

5.

Hausman, Jerry A. and David A. Wise, Technical Problems in Social Experimentation: Cost versus Ease of Analysis, 187-219

Conlisk, John, Comment, 208-14
McFadden, Daniel L., Comment, 214-18

6.

Mosteller, Frederick and Milton C. Weinstein, Toward Evaluating the Cost-Effectiveness of Medical and Social Experiments, 221-49

Kadane, Joseph B., Comment, 246-7

7.

Mundel, David S., The Use of Information in the Policy Process: Are Social-Policy Experiments Worthwhile?, 251-6

8.

Stromsdorfer, Ernst W., Social Science Analysis and the Formulation of Public Policy: Illustrations of What the President gKnowsh and How He Comes to gKnowh It, 257-81

Aaron, Henry, Comment, 272-7
Lynn, Laurence E., JR., 277-8

List of Contributors
Author Index
Subject Index




Stafford, Frank P., 1985, "Income-Maintenance Policy and Work Effort: Learning from Experiments and Labor-Market Studies," Hausman, Jerry A. and David A. Wise eds., Social Experimentation, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 95-143.

3.1 An Overview of Experimental Studies and Their Connection to Income-Maintenance Policy

3.1.1 Why Do Experiments?

3.1.2 Limitations of Experiment and Advantages of Theory

3.1.3 Problems with both Theory and Experiments

3.1.4 Long-Run Effects of Income Support

3.1.5 Experimental Strategy and Sample Size


3.2 What We Know and How We Learned It

3.2.1 Hours of Labor-Market Activity

The Traditional Labor-Supply Model

3.2.2 Unemployment Spells and Intermittent Labor-Market Attachment

3.2.3 Work Effort and Productivity

3.2.4 Training and Retirement

3.2.5 Divorce and Remarriage


3.3 Directions for Future Research

3.3.1 Some Methodological Problems

3.3.2 Labor Supply through Time

A Model of Intermittent Work Effort and Unemployment

Discussion

3.3.3 Taxes, Television, and Work Effort


Comment Sherwin Rosen



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