## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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We can represent the pressure of children on a couple by defining two

a demand and a cost

We can represent the pressure of children on a couple by defining two

**functions**:a demand and a cost

**function**with respect to the number of children . These two**functions**, demand and cost , express the couple's assessment of the utility of ...Page 146

The estimation by educational level of lifetime gross income differentials requires

a separate estimation of an earnings

— for each educational level . The lifetime gross incomes to each educational ...

The estimation by educational level of lifetime gross income differentials requires

a separate estimation of an earnings

**function**— a regression of income on age— for each educational level . The lifetime gross incomes to each educational ...

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Income , the dependent variable in the earnings

earnings . Specifically , it ... an earnings

the natural logarithm of hourly earnings on age and two standardization variables

.

Income , the dependent variable in the earnings

**functions**, is defined as hourlyearnings . Specifically , it ... an earnings

**function**is estimated by a regression ofthe natural logarithm of hourly earnings on age and two standardization variables

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### Contents

Table | 13 |

A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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