Asia-Pacific Population Journal, Volume 31, No. 1, July 2016
Published since 1986 by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the Asia-Pacific Population Journal (APPJ) brings out high-quality, evidence-based and forward-looking articles on a wide range of population and development issues in Asia and the Pacific.
This issue of the Asia-Pacific Population Journal contains the following articles:
The present and future of time-use analysis in developing countries. By Maria S. Floro and Elizabeth M. King
Bargaining power and the household division of labour: evidence from 2008 China time use survey. By Shi Fengdan, Pan Xuhua, Caryn Bruyere and Maria S. Floro
How does public infrastructure (or lack thereof) affect time use in Mongolia? By Mungunsuvd Terbish and Maria S. Floro
Work-life balance and time use: lessons from Thailand. By Phanwin Yokying, Budsara Sangaroon, Tassanee Sushevagul and Maria S. Floro