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2000 Household Production, Full Consumption and the Costs of ChildrenApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2001 Risikoübernahme - sollte der Staat bestimmte Versicherungsgarantien übernehmen?Rees, Ray; Nell, Martin; Gründl, Helmut; Schmeiser, Hato; Wolgast, Michael
2001 Household Saving and Full Consumption over the Life CycleApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2001 Fertility, Female Labor Supply and Public PolicyApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2004 Life Cycle Time Allocation and Saving in an Imperfect Capital MarketApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2005 Gender, time use and public policy over the life cycleApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2007 Cooperative household modelsApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2007 The taxation of couplesApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2007 Household models: an historical perspectiveApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2008 Testing the Pareto efficiency of household resource allocationsApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2009 Optimal piecewise linear income taxationApps, Patricia; Long, Ngo Van; Rees, Ray
2009 Relational contracts, taxation and the householdApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2010 Optimal Fertility Decisions in a Life Cycle ModelRees, Ray; Scholz, Sebastian
2011 Optimal piecewise linear income taxationApps, Patricia; Long, Ngo Van; Rees, Ray
2011 Household relational contracts for marriage, fertility and divorceFahn, Matthias; Rees, Ray
2011 Globalization, gender and development: The effect of parental labor supply on child schoolingMarchand, Beyza Ural; Rees, Ray; Riezman, Raymond
2012 Labor supply heterogeneity and demand for child care of mothers with young childrenApps, Patricia; Kabatek, Jan; Rees, Ray; van Soest, Arthur
2012 Capital income taxation and the mirrlees reviewApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray
2012 Risk and saving in two-person households: More scope for precautionary savingApps, Patricia; Andrienko, Yuri; Rees, Ray
2012 Optimal taxation, child care and models of the householdApps, Patricia; Rees, Ray