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Uncovering the Hidden Work of Women in Family Businesses : A History of Census Undernumeration

By: Geib-Gunderson, Lisa.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Library Editions: Women and Business: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (116 p.).ISBN: 9781351996686.Subject(s): Women--Employment--United States--HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Uncovering the Hidden Work of Women in Family Businesses : A History of Census UndernumerationOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter I: An Historical Description of Married Women's Labor -- The U-Shaped Pattern of Married Women's Labor Supply -- From Household Production to Labor Market Participation -- Early Census Biases -- The Importance of Counting Women's Work -- Chapter II: The Apparent Undercount of Productive Women in U.S. Censuses -- Women in Early Censuses -- A Review of the Census Undercount Literature
The Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) -- Women in Family Businesses and Households with Boarders -- An Analysis of Women's Involvement in Family Businesses -- Chapter III: A History of Wives' Participation in Family Businesses -- Descriptive Statistics on Self-Employment -- Documentary Evidence -- Uncovering the Hidden Work of Women in Family Businesses -- Revising the Participation Rate of Married Women -- Implications for the Pattern of Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Appendix A: The Identification of Self-Employment-Intensive Occupations
Chapter IV: Explaining the Racial Gap in Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Racial Differences in Married Women's Propensity to Participate -- Previous Efforts to Explain the Gap -- The Link Between Self-Employment and Participation -- The Characteristics of Women in This Sample -- The Racial Gap in Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Empirical Estimation -- Results and Implications -- Chapter V: Conclusions, Implications, and Extensions -- Implications of Findings -- Extensions -- Bibliography -- Index
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter I: An Historical Description of Married Women's Labor -- The U-Shaped Pattern of Married Women's Labor Supply -- From Household Production to Labor Market Participation -- Early Census Biases -- The Importance of Counting Women's Work -- Chapter II: The Apparent Undercount of Productive Women in U.S. Censuses -- Women in Early Censuses -- A Review of the Census Undercount Literature

The Public Use Microdata Sample (PUMS) -- Women in Family Businesses and Households with Boarders -- An Analysis of Women's Involvement in Family Businesses -- Chapter III: A History of Wives' Participation in Family Businesses -- Descriptive Statistics on Self-Employment -- Documentary Evidence -- Uncovering the Hidden Work of Women in Family Businesses -- Revising the Participation Rate of Married Women -- Implications for the Pattern of Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Appendix A: The Identification of Self-Employment-Intensive Occupations

Chapter IV: Explaining the Racial Gap in Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Racial Differences in Married Women's Propensity to Participate -- Previous Efforts to Explain the Gap -- The Link Between Self-Employment and Participation -- The Characteristics of Women in This Sample -- The Racial Gap in Married Women's Labor Force Participation -- Empirical Estimation -- Results and Implications -- Chapter V: Conclusions, Implications, and Extensions -- Implications of Findings -- Extensions -- Bibliography -- Index

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