The Effect of Hours of Work on Social Interaction
NBER WP 13743 The Effect of Hours of Work on Social Interaction.
Over time, increases in hours of work per capita have created the intuitively plausible notion that there is less time available to pursue social interactions. The specific question addressed in this paper is the effect of hours of work on social interaction.
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