Date of Award
Thomas Masterson, Ph.D.
The thesis examines factors that may explain gender (working age group, married men and women, 15-60 years) inequalities in the allocation of time to household production in Nepal. Gender disparities in the allocation of unpaid care and domestic labor (home production) are a major and prevalent element of inequalities between men and women. I presume that each spouse's time spent is influenced by personal and household factors. Furthermore, I argue that state can play substantial role in pursuing province level employment program (Karnali Province) in line with federal level employment program, namely Job Guarantee to uplift women's economic empowerment by establishing respectable jobs in the care industry and elsewhere.
Dhungel, Nischal, "Gender Inequalities in the Allocation of Time to Household Production in Nepal" (2022). Theses - Graduate Programs in Economic Theory and Policy. 43.