Sample of 753 observations, with 325 truncated observations.

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A data frame with 753 observations on the following 22 variables.

`inlf`

in labor force (binary)

`hours`

hours worked

`kidslt6`

number of young children

`kidsge6`

number of children greater than 6 years of age

`age`

age

`educ`

education status

`wage`

wage

`repwage`

a numeric vector

`hushrs`

a numeric vector

`husage`

husband's age

`huseduc`

husband's education

`huswage`

husband's wage

`faminc`

family income

`mtr`

a numeric vector

`motheduc`

mother's education

`fatheduc`

a numeric vector

`unem`

a numeric vector

`city`

a numeric vector

`exper`

experience

`nwifeinc`

non-wife income

`lwage`

log-wage

`expersq`

squared experience

Mroz , T.A. (1987) The Sensitivity of an Empirical Model of Married Women's Hours of Work to Economic and Statistical Assumptions. *Econometrica*, 55, p. 765-799.

Wooldridge, J.M. (2002) *Econometric Analysis of Cross Section and Panel Data*, MIT Press.

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