2016 ATUS-X Workshop
The ATUS is a general-purpose time use survey sponsored by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The survey has been conducted annually since 2003. The ATUS-X is a new tool designed to make it easy for researchers to create time use variables and extract customized ATUS data files that are ready for analysis.
The workshop was conducted over three days at the University of Maryland from June 29th to July 1st, 2016.
- Introduction to IPUMS-Time Use and overview of the workshop. Sandra Hofferth, University of Maryland
- Time Use Research: History and Current Archives. Kimberly Fisher, University of Oxford
- New Developments: Sequence Analysis. Ignace Glorieux, Vrije Universiteit
- Introduction to the American Time Use Survey (ATUS). Rose Woods and Stephanie Danton, Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Introduction to IPUMS-Time Use. Joan Garcia Roman, University of Minnesota
- Measuring Child Care Time using Time Diaries. Liana Sayer, University of Maryland
- Measuring Elder Care. Joan Garcia Roman, University of Minnesota
- ATUS Eating and Health Module. Karen Hamrick, Economic Research Service, USDA
- Measuring Wellbeing in Time Diary Surveys. Kimberly Fisher, University of Oxford
- Data Comparability Issues in AHTUS and MTUS. Kimberly Fisher, University of Oxford
- Linking files using ATUS and CPS. Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota
- Time use from an Economic Perspective. Harley Frazis, Bureau of Labor Statistics