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Author:Yu, Zhixiu 

COVID-19’s Impact on U.S. Home Production

The large drop in weekly work hours during the pandemic led to increased time spent on activities like cooking and child care.
On the Economy

The Household Shift from Paid Work to Home Production

When U.S. workers lose their jobs or have reduced work hours, how does this affect time spent on activities like cooking and child care?
On the Economy

Working Paper
Home Production and Leisure During the COVID-19 Recession

Between the months of February and April of 2020, average weekly market hours dropped by 6.25, meanwhile 35% of commuting workers reported switching to remote work arrangements. In this paper, we examine implications of these changes for the time allocation of different households, and on aggregate. We estimate that home production activity increased by 2.1 hours a week, or 34% of lost market hours, whereas leisure activity increased by 3.8 hours a week. The monthly value of home production increased by $30.83 billion – that is 10.5% of the concurrent $292.61 billion drop in monthly GDP. ...
Working Papers , Paper 2020-025

Journal Article
Home Production Activity during the COVID-19 Shutdown

An increase in household activities—including child care and cooking—between January and April coincides with job losses during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Regional Economist , Volume 28 , Issue 3

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