Time Use in Rural Areas: A Case Study in Turkey

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Erkan Erdil ; Ozan Eruygur ; Zehra Kasnakoglu (2006)
  • Subject: Time Use surveys, rural households, agricultural activities
    • jel: jel:Q12 | jel:D13 | jel:J16

This study aims to analyze rural household work and leisure time and how it is allocated among various activities and by socio-economic characteristics of individuals. The analysis is based on a survey carried out in two central Anatolian villages. Three time use questi... View more
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