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Sample selectivity models for away from home expenditures on wine and beer

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The impact of household characteristics on away from home wine and beer weekly expenditures in the USA is examined. Results imply that higher income households without children and headed by an older, white, and higher educated individual spend more on wine away from home than do others. On the other hand, smaller midwestern and western households without children and headed by a younger and white individual spend more on beer away from home than do others.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1996-11-01

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