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Marriage penalty: unconditional quantile regression of housework participation in Japan

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We analyze cross-sectional time-use diaries from the 2011 and 2016 Survey on Time Use and Leisure Activities (Shakai Seikatsu Kihon Chosa) to investigate the association between educational level and housework participation at different quantiles. Using the unconditional quantile regression method, we test whether education is associated with less time spent on housework as the previous research on highly educated people suggests. We find that this hypothesis stands only for non-married Japan...

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University of Oxford
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Sociology
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University of Oxford
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Social Sciences Division
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Sociology
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2019-06-10
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2019-08-16

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