Definitions of unpaid work and implications for the design of time use activity classifications: CS13-0003/1993E-PDF
"Time use surveys provide a primary source of information on non-market production for use in the development of satellite accounts to systems of national accounts (SNA). The motivation for development in this area is recognition that a good deal of productive activity is undertaken in the absence of monetary transactions. In addition to SNAs, accounts for non-market production provide for a more complete description and improved understanding of a nation's resource allocation and the associated production, distribution and consumption of goods and services and various links between the market and non-market sectors of the economy"--Introduction.
|Title||Definitions of unpaid work and implications for the design of time use activity classifications|
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|Note||Digitized edition from print [produced by Statistics Canada]. "Prepared for the 1993 Meetings of the International Association for Time Use Research University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 15-18, 1993."|
|Number of Pages||9 p.|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||13N0003|
|Subject Terms||Public accounts, Unpaid work, Surveys|
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