The Effect of Household Structure on Women's Economic Activity and Fertility: Evidence from Recent Mothers in Urban Mexico

@article{Wong1992TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Household Structure on Women's Economic Activity and Fertility: Evidence from Recent Mothers in Urban Mexico},
  author={Rebeca Wong and Ruth E. Levine},
  journal={Economic Development and Cultural Change},
  year={1992},
  volume={41},
  pages={89 - 102}
}
  • R. Wong, R. Levine
  • Published 1 October 1992
  • Economics
  • Economic Development and Cultural Change
This study examines the effect of the presence of a "mother substitute" in the household on urban womens participation in the labor force and fertility in Mexico in 1982. Data were obtained from the 1982 Mexican National Demographic Survey on reproductive history educational status employment status and household structure for a subsample of 2746 urban women who were married (90%) or in a consensual union (10%) and had had a child within the prior 5 years. Theoretically women with higher value… 
Determinants of employment of recently arrived Mexican immigrant wives.
TLDR
The work force participation of married, Mexican-origin immigrant women who came to the US in the 1980s was investigated and found that all human capital resource and structural labor market factors were significantly related to employment.
Effects of child care prices on women's labor force participation in Russia
The paper models household demand for child care, mothers' labor force participation, and working hours, in Russia. The model estimates the effects of the price of child care, mother's wage, and
The motherhood penalty and female employment in urban India
Since the 1990s, India has seen robust economic growth, rising wages, steady fertility decline, increased urbanization, and expanded educational attainment for males and females. But unlike other
Childcare, Mothers' Work, and Earnings: Findings from the Urban Slums of Guatemala City
This study investigates the effects of childcare on work and earnings of mothers in the slums of Guatemala City. Recognizing that mother’s work behavior may depend on the availability of childcare
Fertility and Parental Labor-Force Participation: New Evidence from a Developing Country in the Balkans
This paper examines the effect of fertility on parental labor-force participation in a developing country in the Balkans, with particular attention to the intervening role of childcare provided by
Fertility and Parental Labor-Force Participation: New Evidence from a Developing Country in Thebalkans
This paper examines the effect of fertility on parental labor-force participation in a developing country in the Balkans, with particular attention to the intervening role of childcare provided by
The Effect of Early Childhood Development Programs on Women's Labor Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya
About 20,000 early childhood development centers provided day care for and prepared for primary school more than 1 million children aged three to seven (roughly 20 percent of children in that age
Household Childcare Choices and Women’s Work Behavior in Russia
  • M. Lokshin
  • Economics
    The Journal of Human Resources
  • 2004
The paper models household demand for childcare, mothers’ labor force participation and mothers’ working hours in Russia. The model estimates the effects of the price of childcare, mother’s wage, and
Women’s Employment and Child Care Choices in Urban China during the Economic Transition
China’s transition from a centrally planned to a market economy has substantially eroded governmental support for child care, raising the concern about how the change of child care provision may
Child Care and Women's Labor Force Participation in Romania
The authors model the household demand for child care, the mother's participation in the labor force, and her working hours in Romania. Their model estimates the effects of the price of child care,
...
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 21 REFERENCES
THE EFFECT OF CHILD CARE COSTS ON MARRIED WOMEN'S LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION
The effect of child-care costs on the probability that married women with children will participate in the labor market is examined. Child-care costs are estimated.using a generalized Tobit
Fertility and family planning in Mexico.
Mexico made family planning the constitutional right of all couples in 1974. In 1977 a governmental coordinating body was made responsible for getting family planning services to all couples in need
A Treatise on the Family
Preface to the Enlarged Edition Introduction 1. Single-Person Households 2. Division of Labor in Households and Families Supplement: Human Capital, Effort, and the Sexual Division of Labor 3.
[Demographic characteristics of domestic groups in Mexico].
The family life cycle concept developed by Meyer Fortes is tested using data from the 1970 Mexican census. The results indicate that this concept is not wholly applicable because of the wide
Population and development in Mexico since 1940: an interpretation.
In this discussion of population and development in Mexico since 1940 attention is directed initially to the 30-year period of sustained economic growth that began in 1940. After identifying the
Prictica anticonceptiva y clases sociales en Mexico: La experiencia reciente" (Contraceptive practice and social classes in Mexico: recent experience)
  • Estudios Demo-gr6ficos y Urbanos
...
...