Men and women – often enough that this determines the statistics – share work, household responsibilities and incomes. Longer commutes by men lead to shorter ones by women in the same households for example. The higher and lower incomes from that access or not to larger employment markets also seeming to offset each other.
Really, who knew? That the basic economic unit is the household?
Commuting time and family labour supply decisions
Francesca Carta, Marta De Philippis 11 November 2018
Commuting time has been regarded mainly as affecting labour supply decisions at the individual level.…See More