Paid work, household work, or leisure? Time allocation pathways among women following a cancer diagnosis
Suzanne Robinson and
Social Science & Medicine, 2020, vol. 246, issue C
There is extensive evidence on the relationship between receiving a cancer diagnosis and labour market outcomes. However, there is limited evidence on the relationship between a cancer diagnosis and non-labour market outcomes such as household work, passive leisure and physical leisure. Furthermore, most current research focuses on time allocation at a given time point, ignoring both the life course perspective and long term effects.
Keywords: Australia; Time allocation; Cancer diagnosis; Sequence analysis; Multivariate multinomial logit; Women's health (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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