Invisible No More? A Methodology and Policy Review of How Time Use Surveys Measure Unpaid Work (Volume 1)

Topic: Women’s Economic Empowerment
Type: Report
Author: data Date: March 2018

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Why should we bother measuring unpaid care & household work? @Data2X report, “Invisible No More?”, explains:
Time use surveys are one way to measure time spent on unpaid care – but how do they work? Learn more from the @D...
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How have time use surveys been used in developing countries to inform their data development agenda?

Time use studies have been used historically to depict people’s daily lives and help decision makers understand the impact of major shifts in home technologies, demographic patterns, employment and labor policies, and gender norms.

Invisible No More (Volume 1) reviews recent usage of time use surveys and derives methodological and policy lessons by examining the link between data and policy and the extent to which these surveys have shaped public policies, including care policies since the 1970s.

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Why should we bother measuring unpaid care & household work? @Data2X report, “Invisible No More?”, explains:
Time use surveys are one way to measure time spent on unpaid care – but how do they work? Learn more from the @Data2X report:

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