NTA XII, 23-27 July 2018 (Mexico City)
The following CWW-related presentations were made at the 12th Annual Meeting of the NTA Network, held in Mexico City in July 2018. Linked presentations are hosted on the main NTA website.
Day One, Session 3: Gender Dividend: Make Women's Work Count
Moderator: Mtra. María de la Paz López Barajas, General Director of Autonomy and Empowerment for Equality of the Women's National Institute
- Global Perspective on Estimates and Implications of the Counting Women's Work Project, Gretchen Donehower, University of California at Berkeley, Principal Investigator, Counting Women's Work
- Counting Women's Work by Socioeconomic Status in Colombia, Piedad Urdinola, National University of Colombia
- Counting Women's Work and Policy Planning. Linking Results with Policy. The Case of Costa Rica, Pamela Jiménez Fontana, Central American Center of Population
- Counting Women's Work and the G20 Gender Initiative, Estela Rivero, University of Notre Dame
- Gender and socioeconomic gaps in Colombia in 2014 using National Transfer and Time Accounts, Jorge Tovar and B. Piedad Urdinola
- The national and household economy in Poland. Production and consumption of men and women, Agnieszka Chloń-Domińczak
- Valuing unpaid work in the Philippines, Michael R.M. Abrigo
- National time transfer accounts in Poland, Marta Marszalek
- Gender differences in home production and consumption in Uruguay, Marisa Bucheli, Celia González, and Cecilia Lara
- Gender-based intergenerational flows. Evidence from Bangladesh NTTA, Muhammad Moshiur Rahman
- The effect of gender inequity on the achievement of the second demographic dividend in Ghana, Eugenia Amporfu, Eric Arthur, and Jacob Nonvignon
- Gender dividends in Southern Africa. Botswana, Mauritius, Namibia, Swaziland, and South Africa, Morné Oosthuizen
- Female labor force participation, education, and economic growth in an aging society. Evidence from Mexico, Iván Mejía-Guevara, Estela Rivero, and Isalia Nava
Other 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?