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By not including a measure of household production in the U.S. GDP, the U.S. economy's performance since the early 1970s compared with the economy's performance since the Civil War has been underestimated. Had household production been incorporated into the U.S. measures, the source of the...
Neoclassical economists posit a set of stylized facts which mark the structural transformation of national economies. Yet these facts, when disaggregated by gender, exhibit puzzling anomalies. For the 132 countries in our sample, female rates of economic activity are much lower than men's, and...
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