Women and men at work | Inequality: the IFS Deaton Review – ifs.org.uk

6 December 2021
This chapter is concerned with the differences between men and women in all activities that can be labelled as ‘work’ – that is, the time and energy that people devote to producing things of value. Work thus encompasses the production of market goods and service as well as the time spent doing household chores, childcare or care of the elderly.
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Andrew, A., Bandiera, O., Costa-Dias, M. and Landais, C. (2021), ‘Women and men at work’, IFS Deaton Review of Inequalities, https://ifs.org.uk/inequality/women-and-men-at-work

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