Economics and Parenting

RNZ: Nights | 21 January 2020 | 0h 22m | Listen Later
Interview with Eric Crampton applying an economist’s perspective to parenting. Covers choosing names; the implication from twin studies that parenting investments have limited payoffs in later-life outcomes; and using written bids to optimally allocate household chores. Draws on his article The Tender Years.

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