Gender and the allocation of adult time : evidence from the Peru LSMS panel data / Nadeem Ilahi Ilahi, Nadeem

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Ilahi, Nadeem
Men - Employment - Peru.; Women - Time management - Peru.; Women - Employment - Peru.
Analysis of time use data for Peru in 1994 and 1997 shows that women work up to a fifth more than men do and that women in poor households work more than those in rich ones, while there is no difference for men.
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