Chong, Alberto Hentschel, Jesko Saavedra-Chanduví, Jaime
Year of Publication:
Working Paper 489
Using panel data for Peru for the period 1994-2000, we find that when households receive two or more services jointly, the welfare increases of the household, as measured by changes in consumption, are larger than when services are provided separately. Such an increase appears to be more than proportional, as F-tests on the coefficients of the corresponding regressors confirm. Thus, we find that bundling of services may help realize welfare effects.
Bundling Expenditures Public Services Welfare Panel Data