Residential Location and Labor Supply.

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      The literature on the theory of labor supply owes much to Professor H. G. Lewis, not only for his own publications but also for the contributions of his students. This paper tries to extend the long-run theory of labor supply by analyzing the simultaneous determination of residential site, daily hours of work, and number of workdays per year. The division between daily hours and workdays is analyzed in Section IA. The analysis there borrows heavily from an excellent article by Hanoch (1975).[1] In retrospect, some of the basic ideas that Hanoch incorporated into his model were discussed by Lewis in 1957 when he wrote:. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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