Time-use measurement and research: report of a workshop
National Academy Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 113 pages
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THE CURRENT STATE OF DATA ON TIME USE
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22 Waiting activities NEC allocation asked beeped behavior better understand Bureau of Labor child collect data collecting diaries collecting time-use data conducted Dale Jorgenson data collected Department of Labor designated day diary method diary studies Digit Codes discussed Economic estimates Eurostat example experiential sampling method Horrigan included individuals inputs interview intrinsic rewards labor force Labor Statistics market and nonmarket method of collecting methodological Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi multiple household members National Academy national accounts national income National Research Council nonmarket activities nonmarket production Northwestern University older adults opportunity cost parents percent person primary activity public policy randomly reported respondents retrospective diary sample members secondary activities simultaneous activities social spend spouse Statistics Canada stylized questions Thomas Juster time-use diaries time-use studies U.S. Department University of Maryland University of Michigan University of Waterloo wage rate watching television week weekday well-being William Nordhaus Workshop on Measurement workshop participants Zuzanek