Investigates why the relationship between the income and occupation of a respondent (or their spouse) and consumption behaviour is not always satisfactory. Suggests that the addition of the information on a respondent's education to this factor is particularly rewarding. Uses research conducted previously by others and three surveys carried out under the supervision of the authors to illustrate this point.
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