Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

Time Use Survey (2002-2003; 2009-2010)
Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo (2002-2003; 2009-2010)

Topic
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Housing, Urban Development and Mobility
Work and Productivity
Intergenerational Relationships
Health and Performance
Social Systems and Welfare
Education and Learning
Uses of Technology
Wellbeing
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Country Spain
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Contact information

Social Statistics and Analyses Directorate
Instituto Nacional de Estadística (Spanish, Statistical Office, INE)
Castellana 183
28071 Madrid
Spain
Phone: 91 583 91 00
Fax: 91 583 91 58
Email: infoine(at)ine.es
Url: www.ine.es/.../menu.do

Timeliness, transparency

Data was collected from September 30, 2010 to July 14, 2011. There is no scheduled time for data publication.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Cross-section, occasional

Data gathering method

Face-to-face interview (CAPI, PAPI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Activities Book to be filled out in a two-weeks period


Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.

Access to data


On site free access to defined tables and microdata files for scientific purpose and elaboration. Notes for general use and for media: - Free access to general tables in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/en/daco/daco42/empleo/dacoempleo_en.htm - Anonymized microdata in Spanish and English: http://www.ine.es/prodyser/micro_emptiem.htm

Conditions of access


The survey is included in the INE operational plan. No fees in most cases, with the exception of very specific demands.


1-2 weeks (depending of the application)


Aggregated and elaborated tables, as well as raw anonymised microdata


ASCII zip file following a register design file (EXCEL format)


The website is in Spanish and English, but technical documents and record design files are available mostly in Spanish.


Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009)


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género : análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009)


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2203


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género : análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009).


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.

Coverage


Round 1: Data collected from 2002 to 2003. Round 2: Data collected from October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010. The sample consisted of 11,538 dwellings. Survey participants were aged 10 and over and lived in private households as their main family dwellings. The individuals were asked to fill out the Activities Book and the Individual Questionnaire, as well as a household questionnaire. This was a two-stage survey (census tracts, family dwellings) in which dwellings were surveyed on different week days. Particular attention was paid to weekend behaviours.


2002-2003


Census tracts, dwellings and households


Census tracts based on the municipal size according to the Municipal Register (2009)


Survey covers all of Spain


Household members aged 10 and over.


Spanish regions are also represented


- It uses a statistical tool (time budget) as a time diary (or journal) to sequence and measure the duration of (all) activities carried out by one person during a specific period, generally 24 hours (work, professional or at home, education, free time) - Household Questionnaire (Personal information of members, Children care at home (under 10 years), Dependent adults, Income, Housekeeping) - Household Members Questionnaire (Economic activity, Occupation, Main and secondary work, Relation with the economic activity, Level of educational attainment, Country of birth and nationality, Health status, Civil status, Cohabiting, Children not living at home) - Activities Book (Main activity, Secondary activity (performed simultaneously), Activities carried out on Internet, Place where the activity is done, Other people participating in the activity, Mobile activities, Actual hours worked each reference day, Time of arrival and departure of each time slot for every work activity done) - Activities list requested (personal care, paid work, studying, household and family care, volunteer work and meetings, social life and recreation, sports and outdoor activities, hobbies and computers, media, journeys made and unspecified time use ) - Classification variables: time (day of the week, quarter of the year), personal (sex, age, educational level, health status, civil and cohabiting status, country of birth, nationality, economic activity, employment and working conditions), household (type, size, several people with needs – children, disabled -, income), place of residence (17 regions, plus 2 autonomous cities, municipal size)


• Casero, V., & Angulo, C. “Una cuenta satélite de los hogares en España. 2003. Resultados derivados de la Encuesta de Empleo del Tiempo 2002-2003”.Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) 1(8) (2008). Available at: www.ine.es/docutrab/empleotiempo/cuen_tiempo03.pdf
• Del Val, R. y Angulo, C.”Assessment of the non-market production activities of Spanish households in 2010, and comparison with 2003 (ECE/CES/GE.30/2012/10)”. Paper presented to the Work Session on Gender Statistics. Economic Commision for Europe. United Nations. Geneva (2012). Available at: www.unece.org/.../10_SPAIN_E.pdf
• Domínguez Folgueras, M. “La división del trabajo doméstico en las parejas españolas. Un análisis de uso del tiempo”. Revista internacional de sociología 70(1) (2012): 153 -179. Available at: revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/.../462
• Fernández, C., & Sevilla-Sanz, A. “Social norms and household time allocation”. IESE Working Paper, WP 648 (2006): 28. Available at: papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=945122
• Gutiérrez-Domènech, M. “Parental employment and time with children in Spain. Review of Economics of the Household”. 8(3) (2010): 371-391. Available at: link.springer.com/.../...7%2Fs11150-010-9096-z.pdf
• Molina Chueca, J. A.” Envejecimiento de la población y dependencia: la distribución intrafamiliar de los cuidados a mayores”. Documento de trabajo - Fundación Economía Aragonesa ( FUNDEAR ) 49 (2008):1-57. ISSN 1696-2125. • Pedrero, M. “Sabia virtud de conocer el tiempo: el uso del tiempo en función del género: análisis comparativo entre México y Europa”. Revista de economía mundial 10-11 (2004): 77-101. Available at: rabida.uhu.es/.../b1376676.pdf?sequence=1
• Ugidos, A.”'Mondays in the Sun': Unemployment, Time Use, and Consumption Patterns in Spain”. The Economics of Time Use (Contributions to Economic Analysis), Emerald Group Publishing Limited 271 (2004): 237-259.


Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain an European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain an European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain an European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.

Linkage


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, for the purpose of time comparability, the survey also included the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey.


The Time Use Survey has been built to gain an European comparability as methodology and questionnaires are fully harmonized under the umbrella of the European Working Group on Time Use Surveys. There is no linkage among European records, but data are comparable.


Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put on the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round deploys the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.

Data quality


- Attention paid to (all) definitions according to Spanish and European standards - Statistical procedures for estimates according to sampling criteria and errors - Procedures for solving sampling incidents (dwellings, households, interviewees) - Procedures to ensure data recording, valid values and codification, and centralized debugging and control applications - Files treated the missed value through deterministic imputation programs and control of intra- and inter-questionnaire inconsistencies - a Lack of response Report was completed for the Time Use Survey 2009-2010 (in Spanish) (http://www.ine.es/daco/daco42/empleo/evalfr.pdf
)


The Activities List is the harmonized one after the decision taken in 2008 by the Eurostat Task Force. Spain decided a) to reduce the initial list (from 192 to 115 activities) and b) to put into the list some ‘specific’ Spanish activities as a complement to the list. So, some breaks can be identified to gain adaptation to the Spanish time use context, but preserving flexibility for an European data comparability.


The 2009-2010 round is deploying the same definitions as those existing in other similar Spanish surveys, such as the Household Budget Survey (HBS) and the Living Conditions Survey (LCS). Nevertheless, the survey also uses the definitions from the 2002-2003 Time Use Survey for the purpose of time comparability.


Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.

Applicability


Strengths: The last issue is based on the previous Time Use Survey (2002-2003) and the new guidelines for the European Harmonised Time Use Surveys (Eurostat) which were elaborated by a working group in 2007 and 2008 in order to simplify and improve comparability among countries. These surveys aim at contributing: - to family and gender equality policies (relationship between the division of labour at home, increase of the participation of women in the workplace, reconciliation of paid work demands and family life, better management of children, disabled and chronically ill care) - to working time policies (effective working times, new forms of jobs and working conditions, flexibility of working relations) - to policies for the elderly (estimation of the non-market, unpaid work related to attention and care, social participation and integration into daily life) - to policies related to transport modes and behaviours and population mobility Weaknesses: This survey does not have a fixed time schedule at the moment, but in the next National Statistical Plan, a specific periodicity is assigned.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Vicente Rodríguez
  • (see Partners)