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NIH announces new policy for resubmissions (4/17/14)

2014 PAA Annual Meeting, May 1-3, Boston

PSC newsletter spring 2014 issue now available

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Sanjiv Gupta

Associate Professor, Social & Demographic Res. Institute, University of Massachusetts.

Ph.D., University of Michigan

Dr. Gupta specializes in research on the allocation of time within families and the role of fathers. Recent work includes studies of housework, cohabitation, and nonresidential fatherhood in the US, and of changes in marriage and divorce in India.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Gupta, Sanjiv, and Michael Ash. 2008. "Whose money, whose time? A nonparametric approach to modeling time spent on housework in the United States." Feminist Economics, 14(1): 98-120. DOI. Abstract.

Gupta, Sanjiv. 2007. "Autonomy, dependence, or display? The relationship between married women's earnings and housework." Journal of Marriage and Family, 69(2): 399-417. DOI.