Counting Women's Work-Related Presentations
Gretchen Donehower: "'Women's Work' and Sustainable Development", Women's Economic Empowerment and Sustainable Development: Exploring the Evidence, Intersections, and Outcomes, hosted by the World Bank, the Population Reference Bureau, and the Population and Poverty Research Network, New York City (15 March 2016).
Gretchen Donehower: "Women’s Economic Activity and the Demographic Dividend", Workshop on the Demographic Dividend, ICFP 2016, Nusa Dua, Indonesia (January 25, 2016).
Morné Oosthuizen: "Counting Women's Work in South Africa", The Micro-Econometric Analysis of South African Data (MASA) Conference, Salt Rock, South Africa (November 10, 2015).
38th IATUR Conference, 19-22 July 2016
- Gretchen Donehower: Age and Gender in Time Use-Based Estimates of the Care Economy and Household Production
- Morne Oosthuizen: Counting Women's Work in South Africa
- Eugenia Amporfu: Measuring the Distribution of Housework among Men and Women in Ghana
- Lili Vargha: Household production and consumption over the lifecycle in Europe
- Estela Rivero: Intergenerational time transfers and time use in Mexico. A 2002-2014 comparison
NTA XI, 20-24 June 2016
- Eugenia Amporfu, D.Sakyi, P.B. Frimpong, E.Arthur, J.Novignon, Measuring the Distribution of Housework among Men and Women in Ghana: The National Time Transfer Accounts Approach
- Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Pham Ngoc Toan, and Pham Minh Thu, Using National Time Transfer Accounts Approach to Analyse Labor Income Gap by Gender in Vietnam
- Pamela Jiménez Fontana, Gender inequality on the intergenerational flows in Costa Rica
- Laishram Ladusingh, Wake Up India, Count Women's Work
- Oumy Laye and Latif Dramani, Trade of Between Labor Market and Domestic Market in Senegal
- Moses Muriithi, Reuben Mutegi, Germano Mwabu, The Incomes and Labor Supplies of Unpaid Family Workers in Kenya
- Morné Oosthuizen, Counting Women's Work in South Africa
- Estela Rivero, Changes in intrahousehold time transfers in Mexico between 2002 and 2014: What accounts for what?