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dc.contributor.authorvan Gameren, Edwin
dc.contributor.authorVelandia Naranjo, Durfari
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dc.date.issued2015
dc.identifier.issn0719-0433
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.escuelaing.edu.co/handle/001/1555
dc.description.abstractWe analyze factors determining women’s decisions to participate in the labor market and provide elderly care and nonfinancial support to their (grand)children. We use data from the Mexican Health and Aging Study, a survey of people aged 50 and over, applying a three-equation, reducedform SUR model. Results suggest that care needs are the driving force behind caregiving activities. Traditional roles also appear to be relevant in the labor force participation decision: women with a closer labor market connection when they were young are more likely to work. Simulations of demographic changes illustrate potential ef fects for future caregiving and participation rates.eng
dc.description.abstractAnalizamos los factores que determinan la decisión de las mujeres de participar en la mercado laboral y proporcionar cuidados de personas mayores y apoyo no financiero a sus (nietos) hijos. Usamos datos del Estudio Mexicano de Salud y Envejecimiento, una encuesta a personas de 50 años y más, aplicando un modelo SUR de forma reducida de tres ecuaciones. Los resultados sugieren que las necesidades de atención son la fuerza impulsora detrás de las actividades de cuidado. Los roles tradicionales también parecen ser relevantes en la decisión de participación en la fuerza laboral: mujeres con un mercado laboral más cercano conexión cuando eran jóvenes tienen más probabilidades de trabajar. Simulaciones de Los cambios demográficos ilustran los efectos potenciales para el cuidado futuro y tasas de participación.spa
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dc.publisherPontificia Universidad Católica de Chilespa
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dc.titleWorking and Caring: The Simultaneous Decision of Labor Force Participation and Informal Elderly and Child Support Activities in Mexicospa
dc.typeArtículo de revistaspa
dc.description.notesJEL classification: J13, J14, J22, D13spa
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dc.contributor.researchgroupCentro de Estudios Económicosspa
dc.identifier.doidoi.org/10.7764/LAJE.52.2.117
dc.identifier.urlhttps://scielo.conicyt.cl/pdf/laje/v52n2/art01.pdf
dc.publisher.placeChilespa
dc.relation.citationeditionVolúmen, Número 2, Noviembre 2015spa
dc.relation.citationendpage148spa
dc.relation.citationissue2spa
dc.relation.citationstartpage117spa
dc.relation.citationvolume52, n.2, pp.117-148. ISSN 0719-0433.spa
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dc.rights.creativecommonsAtribución 4.0 Internacional (CC BY 4.0)eng
dc.subject.proposalLabor force participationeng
dc.subject.proposalElderly careeng
dc.subject.proposalCare for (grand)childreneng
dc.subject.proposalMultigenerational householdseng
dc.subject.proposalSeemingly unrelated regression modeleng
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