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This research is interested in the economics of polygynous households and how that compares to monogamous households in Sierra Leone. We measure the extent to which household members compete with each other to maximize personal resources and cooperate with each other to maximize collective gains. Additionally, we measure whether resource allocation differs according to member status (such as first wife or first born son),
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