Data for: HOW INCOME AND THE ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF TIME AFFECT WHO WE SOCIALIZE WITH OUTSIDE OF WORK

Published: 21-07-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7cfy4gnx76.1
Contributors:
Jieun Pai,
Sanford DeVoe,
Jeffrey Pfeffer

Description

Using fourteen years of time use data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Study 1 examines the relationship between income and the time spent socializing with work colleagues off the job for hourly paid workers (vs non-hourly paid workers). Study 2 conceptually replicates the results of the archival study and provided more direct causal evidence for the mechanism of economic evaluation through the process of random assignment.

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