Household Technology; Childcare; Women Labor Force Participation; Home Production
Paul Gomme () and
Emanuela Cardia ()
No 1000, 2010 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
production. This paper examines whether these changes can explain the important increase in the labor force participation of married women during the 20th century. It contributes to the existing literature by including childcare constraints consistent with U.S. time use data, to examine whether the durable good revolution can also explain the historical increases in the labor force participation rates of married women with children. One of the most remarkable change during the second half of the 20th century is the progressive flattening of the double-peaked pattern that characterized female participation over their life-cycle in many industrialized countries.
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