Measuring welfare effects in models with random coefficients

  title={Measuring welfare effects in models with random coefficients},
In economic research, it is often important to express the marginal value of a variable in monetary terms. This marginal monetary value is the ratio of two partial derivatives of the conditional indirect utility function, which reduces to the ratio of two coefficients if the utility function is linear. Based on the overwhelming evidence of taste differences among people, random coefficient models have become increasingly more popular in recent years. In random coefficient models, the marginal… CONTINUE READING


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