Impacts of household composition on convenience and nonconvenience food expenditures in the South ( USA). Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Age-sex characteristics and size of a household were important in accounting for differences in expenditure behavior found among food groups. The usual preparer of food, race, income, residential location and other socio-demographic attributes were also found to be important explanatory variables. The magnitude of the imputed expenditure at a given age depends upon the scales and the household's socio-demographic characteristics. -from Authors

published proceedings

  • Southern Journal of Agricultural Economics

author list (cited authors)

  • Capps, O., Tedford, J. R., & Havlicek, J.

complete list of authors

  • Capps, O||Tedford, JR||Havlicek, J

publication date

  • January 1983