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Housework, Wages, and the Division of Housework Time for Employed Spouses
(American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 1994)
While the popular press may have declared housework passe with the advent of the two-income household (see "Housework is Obsolescent" by Barbara Ehrenreich  for one such example), the facts indicate that housework ...
Household Specialization and the Male Marriage Wage Premium
(Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 2000)
Empirical research has consistently shown that married men have substantially higher wages, on average, than otherwise similar unmarried men. One commonly cited hypothesis to explain this pattern is that marriage allows ...