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09:00–09:30, Large Lecture Hall, 24 October

Opening ceremony Eszter Németh
(Deputy Director of HCSO)
Ignace Glorieux
(President of IATUR)
Welcome speech

09:30–10:30, Large Lecture Hall, 24 October

Plenary session I.
(Past: History of IATUR)
Jonathan Gershuny Gender Symmetry, Gender Convergence and Historical Work-time Invariance in 24 countries
Video message from Andrew Harvey
Video message from Michael Bittman

11:00–12:30, Picture Room, 24 October

Carework and time in Korea: interim report from CWE-GAM project Ki-Soo Eun, Jooyeoun Suh, Maria Floro, Elizabeth King, Hyuna Moon, Seung-Eun Cha, Jiweon Jun, Eun-Hye Kang Development of Quantitative and Qualitative Care Research for the Care Work and Economy, and Gender-Sensitive Macroeconomic Modelling for Policy Analysis (CWE-GAM) project
Jooyeoun Suh, Maria Floro, Kijong Kim Accounting for Care in Korea
Hyuna Moon, Seung-Eun Cha, Ki-Soo Eun Care and Time: An Interpretation on the Multidimensional Meaning of Caring Time among Family Caregivers in Korea
Ki-Soo Eun, Jiweon Jun Development of Caregiver-focused Time Diary in Korea

11:00–12:30, Small Lecture Hall, 24 October

National accounts Katri Soinne Household Production Satellite in Finland
Hyun Kyung Kim Development of Korean Household Production Satellite Accounts and Korean National Time Transfer Accounts using Korean Time Use Survey Data
Marta Marszałek The National Time Transfer Accounts and the Satellite Household Production Account for Poland. Intergenerational economy of women and men
Jacek Jankiewicz, Przemysław Garsztka The Value of Home Production and Returns to Scale in Families with Children

11:00–12:30, Large Lecture Hall, 24 October

Health and eating habits Iris Buder, Cathleen Zick Nonmarket Indirect Costs of Being Overweight and Obese
Djiwo Weenas, Verbeylen Julie, Minnen Joeri, Glorieux Ignace WHO Guidelines for Physical Activity – Insights from Time Use Diaries
Joon Han, Chanung Park Solo Dining in Korea: Trend, Factors and Consequences
Jinfeng Zhao, Mavoa Suzanne, Kevin Chang, Lisa Mackay, Tom Stewart, Erika Ikeda, Niamh Donnellan, Melody Smith Visualising Time Use Patterns of Children’s Activities and Their Association with Obesity Status, Active travel and Neighbourhood Context

11:00–12:30, Reading Room, 24 October

Time with Children Annalisa Donno, Maria Letizia Tanturri Is Daddy Coming to Dinner? Working Schedules and Fathers’ Time With children in a Sequence Analysis Perspective
Judit Monostori, István Harcsa One Aspect of Family Cohesion: Trends in Parents’ Time with Children in Hungary
Pille Ubakivi-Hadachi, Kadri Täht, Gerli Nimmerfeldt Time with Children – (why) Does Social Class (not) Matter?
Marc Grau Grau Paternal Domestic Work: When Fathering Is More Than Time with Children
 

14:00–15:30, Picture Room, 24 October

Methodology Petrus te Braak “I’ll Participate Later”: How Procrastination Affects Research Outcomes
Paul Camenzind Harmonised European Time Use Survey (HETUS): The Three HETUS Waves 2000, 2010 and 2020.
Pierre Walthery, Jonathan Gershuny Modelling Long Term Time Use of Usual Behaviour: a Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Approach Using Time Use Data
Eszter Virágh Children – as Respondents in Time Use Survey

14:00–15:30, Small Lecture Hall, 24 October

Subjective wellbeing Yoo-Jean Song, Yun-Suk Lee Work Hours, Work Schedules, and Subjective Wellbeing in Korea
Annalisa Donno, Maria Letizia Tanturri Time Allocation and Wellbeing in Later Life: The Case of Italy
Younghwan Song, Jia Gao Medical Marijuana Laws and Subjective Wellbeing in the United States
Jiri Zuzanek, Alexander Victor Graham The Pace of Our Lives. Objective and Subjective Dimensions of Time Use

14:00–15:30, Large Lecture Hall, 24 October

Gender Evrim Sultan Relationship Between Durations of Activities Done in 24 Hours in Turkey (Turkstat, Time Use Survey, 2014-2015)
Ewa Jarosz Lifestyle choices or structural position? Evidence of gender differences in covariates of BMI in Hungary
Maria Stanfors, Liana Sayer Educational Assortative Mating and Gendered Time Allocation in Sweden and the United States
Joan Garcia Roman Consequences of the Reversal of Gender Gap in Education in the Couples’ Allocation of Time

14:00–15:30, Reading Room, 24 October

Data collection methods and visualisation Thomas Daum, Hannes Buchwald, Ansgar Gerlicher, Regina Birner Times Have Changed. Using a Pictorial Smartphone App to collect Time Use Data in rural Zambia
Jyoti Thakur Collection Methods of Time Use Survey
Attila Szőke, Johanna Giczi Into the Digital Age: A Review of the Hungarian TUS2017 Pilot Project
Joeri Minnen, Theun Pieter van Tienoven, Ignace Glorieux Time for R: Visualizing Time Use Data
 

09:00–10:00, Large Lecture Hall, 25 October

Plenary session II.
(Present: Actualities)
William Michelson Precarious Work in Temporal Perspective
Oriel Sullivan-Alon 50 years of change updated: Cross-national trends in housework and childcare
Tamás Rudas 60 is the new 40? Time budget of cohorts

10:30–12:00, Picture Room, 25 October

Time, Consumption and Lifestyle Arno Slaets, Pascal Verhoest, Joeri Minnen, Ignace Glorieux News Time: A Diary Study of Diversity of News Consumption
Pui Ting Wong, Yuan Xu Residential Electricity Consumption and Time Use Quantified Lifestyles in Urbanizing China
Aleksandra Besevic Can Time Pressures Deter Consumers from Choosing Sustainable Fashion Online?

10:30–12:00, Small Lecture Hall, 25 October

Leisure and wellbeing Kornélia Kiss, László Kökeny Generation as a Moderating Factor in the Case of Leisure Time Activities
Jisun Min, Liana Sayer Leisure Time Variation Among U.S. Adults by Nativity, Race-Ethnicity, and Education
Francisca Mullens, Ignace Glorieux Time Constraints and Patterns of Leisure Time Consumption: Differences between Women and Men
Christopher Payne, Rhian Jones, Callum Thomas, Laura Harding Analysing UK Leisure Time for the Digital Age/Economy

10:30–12:00, Large Lecture Hall, 25 October

Work and household work Antonio Garcia-Sanchez, Mar Vazquez-Mendez Analysis of Flexibility in Working Hours by Activity Sectors. Implications for Productivity and Family Life
Giacomo Vagni, Riley Taiji Sunday Work and Couple Time
Ariane Pailhé, Anne Solaz Does Past Young Singlehood Act Upon the Current Division of Housework?  Evidence from Eight European Countries
Kiyomi Shirakawa The Influence of Japanese Wife’s Domestic Work Hours Given by Simplification of Meal Managemen

10:30–12:00, Reading Room, 25 October

Childcare I. Ekaterina Hertog Changes in Childcare Availability and Parental Time Use Between 1996 and 2016 in Japan
Ursula Henz Couples’ Childcare Strategies
Andreas Lagemann, Christina Boll Do Children Mirror Their Parents’ Time Use? the Case of Educational Activities
Sarah Grace See The Determinants of Children’s and Adolescents’ Time Self-investments
 

13:30–15:00, Small Lecture Hall, 25 October

Elderly Ana Bezirgani, Ugo Lachapelle Time Spent on In-Home and Out-of-Home Activities, Travel and Life Satisfaction of the Elderly
Joan García Roman Time Use Variations During Life Course
Patricia Houle, Martin Turcotte, Michael Wendt, Paula Arriagada, Carole Sawaya Results of the 2015 Canadian Time Use Survey – Changes in Parents’ Participation in Domestic Tasks and Seniors Time Use from 1986 to 2015
Joachim Merz Times Before and After Retirement: Subjective Well Being and Its Anticipation and Adaptation Effects – A Panel Ananlysis for Germany

13:30–15:00, Picture Room, 25 October

Parental time I. Svetlana Speight, Allison Dunatchik, Robert Wishart Time Use Patterns and Parental Wellbeing: UK Evidence
Sandra Hofferth, Jean Yeung Parental Time with Children: Measurement, Trends, and Consequences
Valentina Tonei, Cheti Nicoletti, Emma Tominey Parental Behavioural Response to Child Anxiety Episodes
Ikhyun Joo A study on the children care work effects on parents’ bedtime in South Korea

13:30–15:00, Large Lecture Hall, 25 October

Education Ekaterina Hertog Education and Domestic Work Contributions between 1996 and 2016 in Japan
Joeri Minnen, Ignace Glorieux, Theun Pieter van Tienoven Everyday Life of Teachers in 150 years. Capturing the Complexity of the Working Lives of Teachers in Flanders (Belgium) Through a 7-day Time Diary.
Luis Alejandro López-Agudo, John Jerrim, Oscar David Marcenaro-Gutierrez The Worldwide Effect of Time on School Tasks in Students’ Education
Julie Verbeylen, Ignace Glorieux, Joeri Minnen Exploring Working Time Patterns of School Teachers

13:30–15:00, Reading room, 25 October

Time and Urban life Sara Berbel Barcelona time use strategy
Alexis Serra, Fabian Mohedano The Government of Catalonia’s Pact for Timetable Reform
Ugo Lachapelle The Temporalities of Automated Parcel Locker Pick-Ups in Australia’s South East Queensland: Evolution and Variations Across Time and Space
Boróka Bó, Denys Dukhovnov Situating Time in Space: Ethnic Segregation and Fine-Level Spatial Variation in Time Scarcity
 

15:30–17:00, Large Lecture Hall, 25 October

Digitalization Oscar David Marcenaro Gutierrez, Luis Alejandro López-Agudo TV and Videogames: Harmful for Students’ Academic Achievement?
Ghislain Bourg Relationships Between Uses and Perceptions of Time, Digital Technologies and Environment
Juha Haaramo Digital Gaming Trends in Finland
Eva Thulin, Bertil Vilhelmson Everyday Life Changes in Times of Digitalization. Examining the Daily Activity Patterns Among Young People in Sweden between 1990 and 2016

15:30–17:00, Picture room, 25 October

Unpaid work Katalin Szép, Csilla Sebők Valuing domestic work in Hungary
Tan Theng Theng, Christopher Choong Unpaid Care Work and Life-Cycle Patterns of Gender Gaps in the Labour Market: a Time Use Survey Methodological Innovation in the Malaysian Context
Lili Vargha, Gretchen Donehower The Quantity-Quality Tradeoff: a Cross-Country Comparison of Unpaid Care Time Investments Per Child in Relation to Fertility
Magdolna Komolafe, Tímea Cseh, Klaudia Máténé Bella, Csilla Sebők, Katalin Szép Unpaid Housework From the Perspective of Economic Wellbeing and National Accounts in Hungary

15:30–17:00, Small Lecture Hall, 25 October

Parental time II. Melissa A. Milkie, Dana Wray, Irene Boeckmann Adolescent-Parent Shared Time in the United States: Perceptual and Emotional Differences in Time Together
Robert Wishart, Allison Dunatchik, Svetlana Speight Changing Patterns in Parental Time Use in the UK
Jennifer L. Hook Fathers’ Occupational Characteristics and Their Time with Children

15:30–17:00, Reading Room, 25 October

Overworked strategies Sachiko Kuroda, Isamu Yamamoto Impact of the Work-Style Reform on Overtime Hours and Self-Training Time: Evidence Using Japanese Time Use Data
Laurent Lesnard, Jean-Yves Boulin The Social Consequences of Sunday Work
Dongil Jang Work Schedule Differentiation in an Overworking Country: A Case of South Korea
Akiko S. Oishi, Tomo Nishimura Single Mothers Working at Night: Exploring Changes in Mothers’ Work Timing Using Japanese Time Use Surveys 1996-2016
 

09:00–10:00, Large Lecture Hall, 26 October

Plenary session III.
(Future: Perspectives)
Hubertus Cloodt Innovative tools and services for data collection – Harmonised European Time Use Survey (HETUS)
Eun Ki-Soo Back to the Basics for the Future of Time Use research? How to Correctly Measure Time Use?
Liana Sayer Time Use: Innovations and Challenges

10:30–12:00, Large Lecture Hall, 26 October

Time poverty Timo Toivonen Is the Feeling “Rushed” Contagious?
Analía Calero Time and Income Poverty: Measurements and Determinants for Argentina
Takeshi Mizunoya Time Poverty of Working Parents in Japan
Magdalena Rokicka, Olga Zajkowska Providing Care for Adults and Time Poverty – Evidence from Time Use Survey

10:30–12:00, Picture Room, 26 October

Childcare II. Minna Ylikännö, Milla Salin, Mia Hakovirta Attitudes Towards Family Leave Sharing Between Mothers and Fathers – Comparison of 21 European Countries
Olga Zajkowska, Magdalena Rokicka Child Care Strategies Among Young Mothers. The Case of Poland
Eun Ki-Soo, Eunhye Kang, Johanna Giczi,  Hyejin Shin Childcare in Hungary and South Korea: Similarities and Differences
Irina Fernandez-Lozano Equally Shared Parenting in Spain: Resources, Roles, Time or Need?

10:30–12:00, Small Lecture Hall, 26 October

Teens and young adults Claire Vermaak, Sanesh Sewsanker Time Use Among Young Neets: A Developing Country Perspective
Satu Ojala, Man Yee Kan, Tomi Oinas, Timo Anttila Teenage Time Use and Educational Attainment in Adulthood in Finland
Theun Pieter van Tienoven, Lyn Craig Young People’s Market and Non-Market Activities: A Cross-National Comparison Using Time Use Data
Kim Nhoeul Who Do Korean Teenagers Spend Most of Their Time With?

10:30–12:00, Reading Room, 26 October

Work, work, work Ugo Lachapelle Commercial Cyclists As Gig Economy Workers: Time Traps, Time Trade-Offs and Business Models
Jeanne Ganault Temporal Autonomy As Multidimensional: Discerning Determinants of French Employees’ Type of Control Over Work Time
Kelly Sabbe LFS&TUS: How Long Do We Work?
Aslıhan Kabadayı Time Allocation Differences in Turkey
 

13:30–15:00, Small Lecture Hall, 26 October

Labor force participation, income and domestic work Ik Hyun Joo Can Our Money Save Our Time on Road? Family Income and Commute Time in South Korea
Nazli Sahanogullari, Aylin Seckin Could Female Labor Household Output Explain Low Labor Force Participation?
Allison Dunatchik Time Use and Parental Enjoyment of Domestic Work and Childcare in the UK

13:30–15:00, Large Lecture Hall, 26 October

Infrastructure and travel time Barbara Smetschka, Claudine Egger, Dominik Wiedenhofer Carbon Footprints of Time Use Activities: Can We Adress Quality-Of-Life and Sustainable Development at the Same Time?
Ugo Lachapelle, Georges A. Tanguay Forms of Telecommuting, Travel Time and Hours Worked: Getting More Work Time Out of Workers?
Ana Bezirgani, Ugo Lachapelle Does the Availability of Transport Options Increase Travel in Older Age? Analyzing Travel Times and Travel Engagement for Discretionary and Non-Discretionary Purposes in Aging Canadians

13:30–15:00, Reading Room, 26 October

Time perception, time allocation and sleep Ki-Soo Eun, Johanna Giczi Sleep and Study Time for Adolescents in Hungary and South Korea
Ki-Soo Eun, Alexandra Eszter Urbán, Johanna Giczi Seasonality and the Reallocation of Time: a Comparison of Hungary and South Korea
Zeljko Pedisic, Jozo Grgic, Dorothea Dumuid, Enrique Garcia Bengoechea, Nipun Shrestha, Adrian Bauman, Timothy Olds Are Reallocations of Time Between Sleep, Sedentary Behaviour, and Physical Activity Associated with Health? A Systematic Scoping Review of Isotemporal Substitution Studies
Ignace Glorieux What Does Your Time Mean? Some Critical Remarks on the Classification of Activities