Market and Non-Market Division of Labor: Gender, Race and Class Dimension in Post Great Recession Canada
AbstractI aim to test how the Great Recession impacted workers groups in Canada stratified by gender,
ethnicity, immigrant status, income level, and age. Did the crises pose an extra burden to the time allocation at work and at home of more various groups in a social hierarchy?
to which extent household work time in Canada had changed? How did the status change after the Great Recession of 2008 in terms of hours worked on the market and in the household?