Initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the employment and hours of self-employed coupled and single workers by gender and parental status

Natura: Monografia - Materiale testuale - Risorsa elettronica
Descrizione: Initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the employment and hours of self-employed coupled and single workers by gender and parental status / Charlene M. Kalenkoski, Sabrina Wulff Pabilonia. - Dati testuali elettronici. - Bonn : IZA, 2020. - (IZA Discussion paper ; 13443)
Sommario/Abstract: This study examines the initial impact of COVID-19 shutdowns on the employment and hours of unincorporated self-employed workers using data from the Current Population Survey. Although the shutdowns decreased employment and hours for all groups, differential effects by gender, couple status, and parental status exist. Coupled women were less likely to be working than coupled men, while single women were more likely to be working than single men. However, fathers of school-age children who remained employed were working reduced hours compared to men without children. Remote work mitigated some of the negative effects on employment and hours.
Collezione: [Fa parte di] IZA Discussion paper ; 13443 [Vai al dettaglio]
Autore:
Kalenkoski, Charlene Marie -  [Responsabilità principale]
Wulff Pabilonia, Sabrina -  [Responsabilità secondaria] -  [Autore]
Termine di thesauro:
Emergenza sanitaria
Lavoro di cura
Lavoro femminile
Classificazione:
[Classificazione Decimale Dewey] 331.4 - Economia del lavoro. Donne lavoratrici
Chiavi:
Lavoro
Paese pubblicazione: Germania
Lingua: Inglese
ID scheda: 23008
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