1. Introduction: Time-use data in economics (D.S. Hamermesh, G.A. Pfann). Part I. When and with whom? 2. Timing constraints and the allocation of time: The effects of changing shopping hours regulations in the Netherlands (J.P. Jacobsen, P. Kooreman). 3. The timing and flexibility of housework and men's and women's wages (J. Bonke, N.D. Gupta, N. Smith). 4. Routine (D.S. Hamermesh). 5. Nobody to play with? The implications of leisure coordination (S.P. Jenkins, L. Osberg). Part II. What is done? 6. Estimates of a labor supply function using alternative measures of hours of work (N.A. Klevmarken). 7. Loafing or learning? The demand for informal education (R. Fahr). 8. Time use, consumption and saving over the life cycle (P. Apps, R. Rees). 9. "Mondays in the sun:" unemployment, time use and consumption patterns in Spain ( N. Ahn, J.F. Jimeno, A. Ugidos). Part III. Children's issues. 10. Reconciling motherhood and work: Evidence from time use data in three countries (A. Ichino, A.S. de Galdeano). 11. The distribution of children's developmental resources (F.P. Stafford, W.J. Yeung). Part IV. Developing time use surveys. 12. A study in the process of planning, designing and executing a survey program: The American time-use survey (M. Horrigan, D. Herz).