The author summarizes the basic structure of the new home economics and makes a comparison with the standard economics of the consumer. He develops a measure of the quantitative importance of home production activities based on data from several studies of time allocation and on detailed data from a recent Philippine study The implications of the new home economics for leisure, work, food supply, family size, education health and food policy are discussed.

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