作者:Daniel S Hamermesh
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2019, Vol.26, pp.1-4Elsevier
摘要:I describe an economic approach to studying time use. The literature has applied this approach to analyzing: differences and changes in work time; the gender division of chores; the determinants of the split of time outside work; differences in time use and time stress by earning...
作者:Daniel S Hamermesh , Xin Meng , Junsen Zhang
来源:[J].Labour Economics, 2002, Vol.9 (3), pp.361-373Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Combining labor-market information, appraisals of respondents' beauty, and household expenditures allows us to examine within a unified framework the relative magnitudes of investment and consumption components in one activity, women's spending on beauty-enhancing go...
作者:Daniel S Hamermesh
来源:[J].Economics Letters, 2002, Vol.74 (3), pp.379-383Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)I take the data from the story of Joseph’s interpretation of the Pharaoh’s dream in Genesis and use information on the Pharaoh’s likely rate of time preference to infer the seriousness of the famine that is described. Its severity is compared to that of mod...
作者:... Jeff E Biddle , Daniel S Hamermesh , Ciska M Bosman
来源:[J].Economics Letters, 2000, Vol.67 (2), pp.201-207Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Using a sample of Dutch advertising firms, we find that those with better-looking executives have higher revenues. Impacts on revenue far exceed the likely effects of beauty on the executives’ earnings. This suggests that beauty creates firm-specific investments...


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