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Family, Household And Work

Zimmermann, Klaus F., Vogler, Michael (Eds.)

2003, XIV, 427 p.

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 During the last decades the appearance of a family has changed substantially. Not long ago a typical family consisted of an employed man and a home-managing woman living together for their whole life times, and having one or more children, which primarily were raised by the wife.  Today differing living models are much more common than before. House husbands, late motherhood, and a delayed work entry of the children are some of the related phenomena, which at the same time are reasons for and consequences of the changed view on the favorite family. Not surprisingly, this change has provoked much scientific interest. In this book we present a collection of recent economic research work on the resources management and development of families and households respectively. Assorting three general topics, we focus on the time allocation within the household, the family structure and development, and the transition to work of young adults. 

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Familie - Family - Generation - Household - Time Use - Unemployment - Work - childhood - earnings - income - labour - labour market - modeling - production

Related subjects » Labor Economics - Population Economics - Social Sciences

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Time use and non-market work.- Timing, togetherness and time windfalls.- The allocation of time and goods in household activities: A test of separability.- On private incentives to acquire household production skills.- Estimating intrahousehold allocation in a collective model with household production.- The allocation and value of time assigned to housework and child-care: An analysis for Switzerland.- Who takes care of the children? The quantity-quality model revisited.- Household and family development.- Modelling household income dynamics.- Saving behaviour and earnings uncertainty: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey.- Family structure and children’s achievements.- Childhood family structure and young adult behaviors.- Child development and family resources: Evidence from the second generation of the 1958 British birth cohort.- The decisions of Spanish youth: A cross-section study.- Group living decisions as youths transition to adulthood.- Transition to work and younger employees.- Residential location and youth unemployment: The economic geography of school-to-work transitions.- Transitions from employment among young Norwegian workers..- Parental disruption and the labour market performance of children when they reach adulthood.- Optimal age at motherhood. Theoretical and empirical considerations on postponement of maternity in Europe.- The effects of female employment status on the presence and number of children.- Job bust, baby bust?: Evidence from Spain.- Effect of childbearing on Filipino women’s work hours and earnings.

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