The ESRC Centre for Time Use Research is a world-leading, multidisciplinary research group based at the UCL Institute of Education in University College London (UCL). Our team of researchers – which includes sociologists, economists, and demographers – work with Time Use Data to investigate issues in areas including social life, work-life balance, family, gender, and economics.
The centre is also home to the Multinational Time Use Study (MTUS) which brings together more than a million and a half diary days from over 90 randomly sampled national-scale surveys, into a single standardised format. MTUS allows researchers to analyse time spent by different sorts of people in various sorts of work and leisure activities, over the last 55 years and across 30 countries. CTUR is also funded by the US National Institutes of Health, and by an Advanced Grant from the European Research Council.
Prof Oriel Sullivan participated in the BBC Radio 4 Thinking Allowed podcast on Time.
Prof Oriel Sullivan contributed on Freakonomics episode on 'Can Britain Get its 'Great' Back. She talks about time use data including how busy people feel they are and the value of unpaid work.
An article in the New York Times Week In Review features a CTUR graph on international trends in women's and men's domestic work and care produced by J Gershuny and Oriel Sullivan as its first graphic.
'What We Really Do All Day' book by CTUR team and colleagues launched on Thursday 27th June 2019
The Centre for Time Use Research (CTUR) team has relocated to University College London (UCL)
Free Workshop: Introduction to Time Diary Analysis
16 & 17 April, 2020. Location: UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 0AL
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Four CTUR articles are published on BMC Public Health 2019, 19 (Suppl 2) The International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR) is calling for submissions to edit the new Journal of Time Use Research beginning July 2018, for a term of three years. Read the full call here.
Four CTUR articles are published on BMC Public Health 2019, 19 (Suppl 2)
The International Association for Time Use Research (IATUR) is calling for submissions to edit the new Journal of Time Use Research beginning July 2018, for a term of three years.
Read the full call here.