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Economic Aspects of the Family as Educator


by Peter R. Moock 1974

It is possible to combine all the individual and group consumption that goes on in the family unit into one "family consumption package" and, using economic theories designed for analyzing individual decisions, to make valid and useful statements about family activities.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 76 Number 2, 1974, p. 266-278
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 1355, Date Accessed: 3/27/2017 8:32:47 PM

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  • Peter Moock
    Teachers College, Columbia University
    Peter R. Moock is assistant professor of economics and education at Teachers College. The author wishes to thank John Augenblick, Arleen Leibowitz, Harold Noah, Theodore W. Schultz, and Charles Skoro for their comments and suggestions on the article.
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