Simultaneous determination of household and market-oriented activities of women in rural Pakistan.

@article{Alderman1991SimultaneousDO,
  title={Simultaneous determination of household and market-oriented activities of women in rural Pakistan.},
  author={Harold Alderman and S. Bano Chishti},
  journal={Research in population economics},
  year={1991},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          245-65
        }
}
Researchers applied data from the 1985-1986 Labour Force Survey in Pakistan to a model which focused on household composition variables and human assets such as education to examine determinants of female labor force participation in the framework of their labor on other productive tasks in the household in rural areas. Monthly household labor decreased by 1.8 days for each additional adult woman in the household and by 1.4 days for each 10-15 year old girl. On the other hand, an extra… CONTINUE READING