Connelly, Rachel

Gender and Time Use in a Global Context

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Table of contents

1. Feminist Approaches to Time Use
Rachel Connelly, Ebru Kongar

PART I. Gender, Time Use, and the Macroeconomy

2. Unpaid Work in Macroeconomics: A Stocktaking Exercise
İpek İlkkaracan

3. The Challenge of Austerity for Gender Equality in Europe: A Consideration of Eight Countries at the Center of the Crisis
Maria Karamessini, Jill Rubery

4. Women, Recession, and Austerity: A Comment on “The Challenge of Gender Austerity for Equality: A Consideration of Eight European Countries in the Crisis”
Lourdes Benería

5. Paid and Unpaid Work Time by Labor Force Status of Prime Age Women and Men in Canada: The Great Recession and Gender Inequality in Work Time
Fiona MacPhail

6. Gender, Socioeconomic Status, Time Use of Married and Cohabiting Opposite-Sex Parents, and the Great Recession in the USA
Ebru Kongar, Mark Price

7. Time and Income Poverty in the City of Buenos Aires
Rania Antonopoulos, Valeria Esquivel, Thomas Masterson, Ajit Zacharias

8. The Dual Problem of Unemployment and Time Poverty in South Africa: Understanding Their Linkages
Abhilasha Srivastava, Maria Sagrario Floro

9. Women and the Urban Economy in India: Insights from the Data on Migration
Smriti Rao

PART II. The Microeconomics of Gendered Time Use – The Intersectionality of Care Work, Labor Market Work, and Housework

10. The Challenge of “Indirect Care”
Julie A. Nelson

11. Caregiving by Older Adults in the United States: Gender Differences in Well-being
Charlene M. Kalenkoski

12. Division of Workforce and Domestic Labor Among Same-Sex Couples
Esther D. Rothblum

13. Double Shift, Double Balance: Housework in the Presence of Children in the United States
Deborah S. DeGraff, Rebecca M. Centanni

14. How Do Caregiving Responsibilities Shape the Time Use of Women and Men in Rural China?
Margaret Maurer-Fazio, Rachel Connelly

15. Gendered Patterns of Time Use over the Life Cycle in Turkey
Ebru Kongar, Emel Memiş

16. Environmental Chores, Household Time Use, and Gender in Rural Tanzania
Deborah S. DeGraff, Deborah Levison, Esther W. Dungumaro

17. Gender Divisions in the Real Time of the Elderly in South Africa
Dorrit Posel, Erofili Grapsa

18. Is It Just Too Hard? Gender Time Symmetry in Market and Nonmarket Work and Subjective Time Pressure in Australia, Finland, and Korea
Lyn Craig, Judith E. Brown, Lyndall Strazdins, Jiweon Jun

Keywords: Economics, International Economics, Labor Economics, Behavioral/Experimental Economics

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