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women as evidenced by their average values for happiness, tiredness, and stress, their predicted values for the same three …
women as evidenced by their average values for happiness, tiredness, and stress, their predicted values for the same three …
The aim of this study is the identification of socio-economic and workplacerelated determinants of the fathers' use of … a strong paradigm shift in German family policy and led to a strong increase in the share of leaves taken by fathers …
The main research question of this article is whether and how predictors of fathers' participation in childcare …, defined as zero versus more than zero minutes of childcare, differ from predictors of participating fathers' amount of time on … factors influencing participation in childcare and factors associated with participating fathers' time spent with children …
The study at hand pursues the following question: How are national parental leave arrangements related to fathers … from 1971 to 2005. Applying a selection model, we are estimating fathers' participation in childcare and the minutes per … the father and any benefit compared to no benefit have a positive impact on fathers' childcare participation. Parental …
Survey 1997 (4,059 randomly selected households) to compare the time allocation of employed fathers, employed mothers, and … mothers who are not in the labor force, this paper investigates how this phenomenon arises. The strategies available are …
The US economic crisis and recession of 2007-09 accelerated the convergence of women's and men's employment rates as men experienced disproportionate job losses and women's entry into the labor force gathered pace. Using the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) data for 2003-10, this study examines...
personal care hours of mothers and fathers. Controlling for the prerecession trends, we find that the recession contributed to … recession and the jobless recovery was a move toward equity in the paid work hours of mothers and fathers, a relative increase … in the total workload of mothers, and a relative decline in their personal care and leisure time. -- Economics of Gender …
The U.S. economic crisis and recession of 2007-2009 accelerated the convergence of women's and men's employment rates as men experienced disproportionate job losses and women's entry into the labor force gathered pace. Using the American Time Use Survey (ATUS) data for 2003-2010, this study...