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February 2002, Vol. 125, No. 2
Measuring intrahousehold allocation of time: response to Anne E. WinklerLisa K. Schwartz
Economist and the Program Manager of the American Time Use Survey, Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics
Research Economist, Office of Employment and Unemployment Statistics.
Measuring the use of time by more than one individual in a household, though important, cannot be accomplished within the data quality requirements and budgetary constraints of the new BLS American Time Use Survey; the topic, however, is on the Bureau’s agenda for 2002.
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