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|Born||1937 (age 77–78)|
|Institution||Hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|Alma mater||Columbia University
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
|Influences||Jacob Mincer, Gary Becker|
|Awards||Mincer Prize (2008)|
|Information at IDEAS / RePEc|
Reuben Gronau (born 1937) is an Israeli American economist, notable for his contributions to labour economics and economic sociology, in particular the Gronau model of time allocation and home production.
- Gronau, Reuben (1977). "Leisure, Home Production, and Work—the Theory of the Allocation of Time Revisited". Journal of Political Economy 85 (6): 1099–1123. doi:10.1086/260629. JSTOR 1837419.
- Gronau, Reuben (1970). "The Effect of Traveling Time on the Demand for Passenger Transportation". Journal of Political Economy 78 (2): 377–394. doi:10.1086/259635. JSTOR 1830696.
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