|Date:||01 December 2005|
|Authors:||Richard Blundell , Pierre-André Chiappori and Costas Meghir|
|Publisher:||University of Chicago Press|
|Published in:||Journal of Political Economy , Vol. 113, No. 6|
We extend the collective model of household behavior to allow for the existence of public consumption. Under a separability assumption, we show that the observation of the labor supplies and the household demand for the public good allow to identify preferences and the decision process up to some additive constant.