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Time Use Research

Papers Listed Below Were Presented at the December 2005 ATUS Early Results Conference

Nonresponse in the American Time Use Survey: Who is Missing from the Data and How Much Does It Matter?
by Katharine G. Abraham, Aaron Maitland & Suzanne Bianchi, University of Maryland

Maternal Employment and Family Caregiving: Rethinking Time with Children in the ATUS
by Suzanne Bianchi, University of Maryland

Measurement of Travel Behavior in a Trip-Based Survey versus a Time Use Survey
by Jonaki Bose & Joy Sharp, Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Here Comes the Rain Again: Weather and the Intertemporal Substitution of Leisure
by Marie Connolly, Princeton University

The Effects of Schooling on Parental Time in Education Production
by Jeff DeSimone, University of South Florida & NBER

Time Use for Sleeping in Relation to Waking Activities
by David F. Dinges, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

What Do Male Nonworkers Do? Evidence from the American Time Use Survey
by Harley Frazis & Jay Stewart, Bureau of Labor Statistics

The Chore Wars: Household Bargaining and Leisure Time
by Leora Friedberg, University of Virginia, & Anthony Webb, International Longevity Center

Time To Eat: Household Production Under Increasing Income Inequality
by Daniel S.Hamermesh, University of Texas at Austin

Accounting for Nonmarket Production: A Prototype Satellite Account Using the American Time Use Survey
by J. Steven Landefeld, Bureau of Economic Analysis; Barbara M. Fraumeni, University of Southern Maine; & Cindy M. Vojtech, Bureau of Economic Analysis

Gender Differences in Time Use and Labor Market Outcomes
by Sanders Korenman & June O'Neill, Baruch College/CUNY

Fathersí Time Investments in Children: Do Sons Get More?
by Kristin Mammen, Columbia University

The Gender Gap in Caregiving to Adults
by Nancy A. Mathiowetz & Stacey Oliker, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Shift Work and Participation in Social, Recreational or Exercise Activities
by Anne E. Polivka, Bureau of Labor Statistics

**The Food & Eating Module of the American Time Use Survey
A presentation by Karen Hamrick, Margaret Andrews and Joanne Guthrie of the USDA Economic Research Service
Prepared for the ATUS Early Results Conference, December 8-9, 2005.

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