Expenditure Elasticities of the Demand for Leisure Services

  title={Expenditure Elasticities of the Demand for Leisure Services},
  author={Tim Pawlowski and Christoph Pawlowski},
Although some research has already focused on the analysis of expenditure elasticities of leisure demand, some shortcomings with regard to the content and the underlying theoretical model as well as the applied methods exist. This paper aims at avoiding these problems to provide consistent derivatives of leisure service expenditure elasticities. Therefore, a regular demand system is derived from microeconomic duality theory. To implement leisure specific demand factors (i.e., demandand supply… CONTINUE READING

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