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Conference Program

Updated 13 June 2018

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NOTE : Co-authors on accepted papers do not require a separate invitation to attend.

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Tuesday, June 19

Wednesday, June 20


Conference participants viewing poster

Ayesha Ali (University of Tennesse) - Time Use in Commuting and Physical Activity: Variation across BMI Categories

Heidi Artigue (Pomona College) - Relative Wages as a Determinant of Nonmarket Labor Time for Heterosexual Couples in the United States

Analia Calero (University of Buenos Aires) - Time use inequality and time poverty in Argentina

Nina Castro - Time Use Spent on Work in Couples with Children in Mexico City, 2015

Pallavi Choudhuri (NCAER India) - Intergenerational Time Transmission: Is Study Time Affected by Mother’s Activity?

Cassandra Duchan (Price & Wages) - The Hidden Childcare Gap: Earnings and Time Investments in Children

Sarah Flood (University of Minnesota) - Unpacking Parents’ Leisure Quality

Jeehoon Han (University of Notre Dame) - Inequality in the Joint Distribution of Consumption and Time Use

Alex Hoagland (Boston University) - In good company: Adolescent well-being and shared time with family, friends, mentors and neighbors

John Bodian Klopfer (Princeton University) - Labor supply, learning time, and the efficiency of school spending: evidence from school finance reforms

Liana Christin Landivar (U.S. Dept. of Labor) - Questionnaire Improvements to the 2017-2018 American Time Use Survey Leave and Job Flexibilities Module

Jae In Lee (University of Maryland) - Class, Parenting, Structured time and children’s mental health outcome

Rahsaan Mahadeo (University of Minnesota) - Racism doesn’t count ! : The centrality of racialization and racism in youth time-use research

Jess M Meyer (Northwestern University) - Do Educational Differences in Sleeplessness, Bedtime, and Wake Time Vary by Age?

Reuben Mutegi (University of Nairobi) - Gender and Unpaid Work: African Profiles in Selected Countries

Florian Schulz (University of Bamberg - Germany) - The development of children’s housework performance. Evidence from German time use data, 1991–2013

Carrie L. Shandra (State University of New York Stony Brook) - Disability and Patterns of Leisure Participation across the Life Course