CWW researchers published Time Use and Transfers in the Americas: Producing, Consuming, and Sharing Time Across Generations and Genders, featuring chapters on National Time Transfer Accounts methodology, results from Costa Rica, Uruguay, Colombia, and the United States, as well as cross-country comparative work.
Counting Women's Work collaborated with a task force on Gender Economic Equity to make sure that discussions of women’s economic empowerment included evidence from both the market and household economies.
This issue of the NTA Bulletin summarizes policy messages from Counting Women’s Work, highlighting how including unpaid care work in policy analysis creates better policy and emphasizing the need for more and better data on time use and unpaid care work.
This issue of the NTA Bulletin features CWW research and describes the project and reports some illustrative results from Ghana, Mexico, Senegal, the United States, and Vietnam.
We are pleased to announce the three winners of the Gender Paper Prize at the 11th Global Meeting of the NTA Network, held in Dakar in June 2016. The winning papers feature results from Senegal, Costa Rica, and comparative work covering many countries in Europe.
CWW research was featured in a blog post by Kate Belohlav of the Population Reference Bureau. The post focused on exploring the idea of achieving a gender dividend through investments in women and girls.
Now available online: the full report co-authored by the DPRU on the "Status Of Women In The South African Economy", which includes draft results from the South African Counting Women's Work research (see section 7 of the report).