Gender Inequalities in Allocating Time to Paid and Unpaid Work: Evidence from Bolivia

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This W orking Paper analyzes paid and unpaid w ork-tim e inequalities am ong Bolivian urban adults using tim e use data from a 2001 household survey. W e identified a gender-based division of labor characterized not so m uch by w ho does w hich type of w ork but by how m uch w ork of each type they do. There is a partial trade-off betw een paid and unpaid w… (More)

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@inproceedings{Medeiros2007GenderII, title={Gender Inequalities in Allocating Time to Paid and Unpaid Work: Evidence from Bolivia}, author={Marcelo Brilhante de Medeiros and Rafael Guerreiro Os{\'o}rio and M arcelo M edeiros and Joana C{\'o}sta}, year={2007} }