Working Papers

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Sorted by date (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004)
Sorted by author

Dalia Ben-Galim
Fran Bennett
Robert Blackburn
Erzsebet Bukodi
Mary Campbell
Rosemary Crompton
Simon Deakin
Jerome de Henau

Shirley Dex
Peter Dolton
Richard Easterlin
Peter Elias
Francesco Figari
Vanessa Gash
John Goldthorpe
Susan Himmelweit
John Hobcraft
Herwig Immervoll
Jennifer Jarman
Heather Joshi
Man Yee Kan
Horacio Levy
Jane Lewis
Joanne Lindley
Clare Lyonette
Gerry Makepeace
Jenny Neuburger
Jane Nolan
Anke Plagnol
Lynn Prince Cooke
Kate Purcell
Pia Schober

Jacqueline Scott
Wendy Sigle-Rushton
Sirin Sung
Holly Sutherland
Sarah Taylor
Jane Waldfogel
Kelly Ward


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2010

GeNet 2010-42 The parenthood effect on gender inequality: Explaining the change in paid and domestic work when British couples become parents
Pia Schober, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2010-41 Gender equality and outsourcing of domestic work, childbearing, and relationship stability among British couples
Pia Schober, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2010-40 Unequal but 'fair'? Housework and child care in a sample of low- to moderate-income British couples
Sarah Taylor, University of Oxford
Fran Bennett, University of Oxford
Sirin Sung, Queen's University Belfast
Also available as Barnett Paper in Social Research 2010 No. 4
GeNet 2010-38 Part-time working and pay amongst Millenium Cohort Study mothers
Jenny Neuburger, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Heather Joshi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Also available as CLS Working Paper 2011/2. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies.
GeNet 2010-37 The effects of part-time work on women's occupational mobility in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 Birth Cohort Study
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
2009

GeNet 2009-36 Class origins, education and ccupational attainment: Cross-cohort changes among men in Britain
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
John H. Goldthorpe, Nuffield College, Oxford and Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2009-35 Education, first occupation and later occupational attainment: Cross-cohort changes among men and women in Britain
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
2008

GeNet 2008-34 Family, class and gender ‘strategies’ in mothers’ employment and childcare
Rosemary Crompton, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
Clare Lyonette, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
GeNet 2008-33 What matters for well-being: Individual perceptions of quality of life before and after important life events
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Jacqueline Scott, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2008-32 Aspirations, Attainments, and Satisfaction: Life Cycle Differences between American Women and Men
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Richard A. Easterlin, Dept. of Economics, University of Southern California
GeNet 2008-31 Gender and Equality of Opportunity in China's Labour Market
Jane Nolan, Dept of Sociology, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2008-30 Gender, Tax Policies and Tax Reform in Comparative Perspective
Fran Bennett, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford


2007

GeNet 2007-29 Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe
Francesco Figari, ISER, University of Essex;
Herwig Immervoll, OECD, European Centre, Vienna, ISER and IZA;
Horacio Levy, ISER, University of Essex and European Centre, Vienna;
Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex
GeNet 2007-28 Panacea or Pitfall? Women's Part-time Employment and Marital Stability in West Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States Panacea or Pitfall?
Lynn Prince Cooke, University of Kent and Vanessa Gash, University of Manchester
GeNet 2007-27 Struggle over the pie? The gendered distribution of power and subjective financial well-being within UK households
Jerome de Henau and Susan Himmelweit, Open University
GeNet 2007-26 Women's Career Success and Work-Life 'Balance' in the Accountancy and Medical professions in Britain
Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette, City University
GeNet 2007-25
Diversity: Opportunity or Threat for Gender Equality Policy in the UK?
Dalia Ben-Galim, Mary Campbell and Jane Lewis, London School of Economics
GeNet 2007-24
Vertical occupational mobility and its measurement
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield
GeNet 2007-23
Labour market job matching for UK minority ethnic groups
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield
GeNet 2007-22
Gender Differences in Occupational Wage Mobility in the 1958 Cohort
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward, Heather Joshi, Centre for Longtitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London


2006

GeNet 2006-21
Family and Gender Roles: How Attitudes Are Changing
Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2006-20
Measuring Housework Participation: The Gap between “Stylised” Questionnaire Estimates and Diary-based Estimates
Man Yee Kan, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
GeNet 2006-19
Motherhood and Women’s Earnings in Anglo-American, Continental European, and Nordic Countries
Wendy Sigle-Rushton, London School of Economics
Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University
Now Published in Feminist Economics, April 2007
GeNet 2006-18
Changes in Women’s Occupations and Occupational Mobility over 25 years.
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward and Heather Joshi
Institute of Education
To be published in Women and Work: Changing Lives and New Challenges, 2008 (forthcoming), J Scott, S Dex, and H Joshi (Eds), Oxford: Edward Elgar
GeNet 2006-17
GeNet 2006-16
More or less unequal? Evidence on the pay of men and women from the British Birth Cohort Studies
Heather Joshi, Institute of Education, Gerry Makepeace, University of Cardiff and Peter Dolton, University of Newcastle
Now Published in Gender Work and Organization, Vol 14, No 1, Blackwell
GeNet 2006-15
Achieving Equality in the Knowledge Economy
Kate Purcell, University of the West of England and Peter Elias, University of Warwick
GeNet 2006-14
GeNet 2006-13
Gender and Kinship in Contemporary Britain
Jane Nolan and Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge
Now published in Ebtehaj, F., Lindley, B. and Richards, M. (2006) Kinship Matters, Hart, Oxford.


2005

GeNet 2005-12
Work Orientation and Wives’ Employment Careers:
An Evaluation of Hakim’s Preference Theory

Man Yee Kan, Institute for Social and Economic Research University of Essex
GeNet 2005-11
Can we afford (not) to care: prospects and policy
Susan Himmelweit, Faculty of Social Sciences Open University
GeNet 2005-10
Work-life ‘balance’ in Europe
Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette, City University
GeNet 2005-9
Class and the Family
Rosemary Crompton, City University
GeNet 2005-8
Policy Implications of Tax Credits
Fran Bennett,University of Oxford
GeNet 2005-7
Ageing Positive? Not According to the British Public
Jacqueline Scott and Jane Nolan, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2005-6
GeNet 2005-5
Gendered Occupations: Exploring the Relationship between Gender Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-4
Stratification and Gender
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-3
Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-2


2004

GeNet 2004-1
Gender Inequality in Production and Reproduction: A New Priority Research Network
(Paper Appendix)
Jacqueline Scott, Director
Presented at the American Sociological Association, August 2004

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by author

Dalia Ben-Galim
GeNet 2007-25
Diversity: Opportunity or Threat for Gender Equality Policy in the UK?
Dalia Ben-Galim, Mary Campbell and Jane Lewis, London School of Economics


Fran Bennett

GeNet 2008-30 Gender, Tax Policies and Tax Reform in Comparative Perspective
Fran Bennett, Department of Sociology, University of Oxford
GeNet 2005-8
Policy Implications of Tax Credits
Fran Bennett,University of Oxford


Robert Blackburn

GeNet 2005-5
Gendered Occupations: Exploring the Relationship between Gender Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-4
Stratification and Gender
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-3
Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore


Erzsebet Bukodi
GeNet 2010-37 The effects of part-time work on women's occupational mobility in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 Birth Cohort Study
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2009-36 Class origins, education and ccupational attainment: Cross-cohort changes among men in Britain
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
John H. Goldthorpe, Nuffield College, Oxford and Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2009-35 Education, first occupation and later occupational attainment: Cross-cohort changes among men and women in Britain
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London


Mary Campbell
GeNet 2007-25
Diversity: Opportunity or Threat for Gender Equality Policy in the UK?
Dalia Ben-Galim, Mary Campbell and Jane Lewis, London School of Economics


Rosemary Crompton

GeNet 2008-34 Family, class and gender ‘strategies’ in mothers’ employment and childcare
Rosemary Crompton, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
Clare Lyonette, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
GeNet 2007-26 Women's Career Success and Work-Life 'Balance' in the Accountancy and Medical professions in Britain
Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette, City University
GeNet 2005-10
Work-life ‘balance’ in Europe
Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette, City University
GeNet 2005-9
Class and the Family
Rosemary Crompton, City University


Simon Deakin
GeNet 2006-14


Jerome de Henau
GeNet 2007-27 Struggle over the pie? The gendered distribution of power and subjective financial well-being within UK households
Jerome de Henau and Susan Himmelweit, Open University


Shirley Dex
GeNet 2010-38 Part-time working and pay amongst Millenium Cohort Study mothers
Jenny Neuburger, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Heather Joshi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2010-37 The effects of part-time work on women's occupational mobility in Britain: Evidence from the 1958 Birth Cohort Study
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2007-24
Vertical occupational mobility and its measurement
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield
GeNet 2007-23
Labour market job matching for UK minority ethnic groups
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield
GeNet 2007-22
Gender Differences in Occupational Wage Mobility in the 1958 Cohort
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward, Heather Joshi, Centre for Longtitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London
GeNet 2006-18
Changes in Women’s Occupations and Occupational Mobility over 25 years.
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward and Heather Joshi
Institute of Education
To be published in Women and Work: Changing Lives and New Challenges, 2008 (forthcoming), J Scott, S Dex, and H Joshi (Eds), Oxford: Edward Elgar


Peter Dolton
GeNet 2006-16
More or less unequal? Evidence on the pay of men and women from the British Birth Cohort Studies
Heather Joshi, Institute of Education, Gerry Makepeace, University of Cardiff and Peter Dolton, University of Newcastle
Now Published in Gender Work and Organization, Vol 14, No 1, Blackwell


Richard Easterlin
GeNet 2008-32 Aspirations, Attainments, and Satisfaction: Life Cycle Differences between American Women and Men
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Richard A. Easterlin, Dept. of Economics, University of Southern California


Peter Elias
GeNet 2006-15
Achieving Equality in the Knowledge Economy
Kate Purcell, University of the West of England and Peter Elias, University of Warwick


Francesco Figari
GeNet 2007-29 Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe
Francesco Figari, ISER, University of Essex;
Herwig Immervoll, OECD, European Centre, Vienna, ISER and IZA;
Horacio Levy, ISER, University of Essex and European Centre, Vienna;
Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex


Vanessa Gash
GeNet 2007-28 Panacea or Pitfall? Women's Part-time Employment and Marital Stability in West Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States Panacea or Pitfall?
Lynn Prince Cooke, University of Kent and Vanessa Gash, University of Manchester


John Goldthorpe
GeNet 2009-36 Class origins, education and ccupational attainment: Cross-cohort changes among men in Britain
Erzsebet Bukodi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
John H. Goldthorpe, Nuffield College, Oxford and Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London


Susan Himmelweit

GeNet 2007-27 Struggle over the pie? The gendered distribution of power and subjective financial well-being within UK households
Jerome de Henau and Susan Himmelweit, Open University
GeNet 2005-11
Can we afford (not) to care: prospects and policy
Susan Himmelweit, Faculty of Social Sciences Open University


John Hobcraft
GeNet 2006-17
GeNet 2005-2


Herwig Immervoll
GeNet 2007-29 Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe
Francesco Figari, ISER, University of Essex;
Herwig Immervoll, OECD, European Centre, Vienna, ISER and IZA;
Horacio Levy, ISER, University of Essex and European Centre, Vienna;
Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex


Jennifer Jarman
GeNet 2005-5
Gendered Occupations: Exploring the Relationship between Gender Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-4
Stratification and Gender
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore
GeNet 2005-3
Segregation and Inequality
Robert M Blackburn, University of Cambridge
Jennifer Jarman, National University of Singapore


Heather Joshi

GeNet 2010-38 Part-time working and pay amongst Millenium Cohort Study mothers
Jenny Neuburger, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Heather Joshi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
GeNet 2007-22
Gender Differences in Occupational Wage Mobility in the 1958 Cohort
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward, Heather Joshi, Centre for Longtitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London
GeNet 2006-18
Changes in Women’s Occupations and Occupational Mobility over 25 years.
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward and Heather Joshi
Institute of Education
To be published in Women and Work: Changing Lives and New Challenges, 2008 (forthcoming), J Scott, S Dex, and H Joshi (Eds), Oxford: Edward Elgar
GeNet 2006-16
More or less unequal? Evidence on the pay of men and women from the British Birth Cohort Studies
Heather Joshi, Institute of Education, Gerry Makepeace, University of Cardiff and Peter Dolton, University of Newcastle
Now Published in Gender Work and Organization, Vol 14, No 1, Blackwell


Man Yee Kan
GeNet 2006-20
Measuring Housework Participation: The Gap between “Stylised” Questionnaire Estimates and Diary-based Estimates
Man Yee Kan, Institute for Social and Economic Research, University of Essex
GeNet 2005-12
Work Orientation and Wives’ Employment Careers:
An Evaluation of Hakim’s Preference Theory

Man Yee Kan, Institute for Social and Economic Research University of Essex


Horacio Levy

GeNet 2007-29 Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe
Francesco Figari, ISER, University of Essex;
Herwig Immervoll, OECD, European Centre, Vienna, ISER and IZA;
Horacio Levy, ISER, University of Essex and European Centre, Vienna;
Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex


Jane Lewis
GeNet 2007-25
Diversity: Opportunity or Threat for Gender Equality Policy in the UK?
Dalia Ben-Galim, Mary Campbell and Jane Lewis, London School of Economics


Joanne Lindley
GeNet 2007-24
Vertical occupational mobility and its measurement
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield
GeNet 2007-23
Labour market job matching for UK minority ethnic groups
Shirley Dex, Institute of Education, University of London; Joanne Lindley, Department of Economics, University of Sheffield


Clare Lyonette
GeNet 2008-34 Family, class and gender ‘strategies’ in mothers’ employment and childcare
Rosemary Crompton, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
Clare Lyonette, Dept. of Sociology, City University London
GeNet 2007-26 Women's Career Success and Work-Life 'Balance' in the Accountancy and Medical professions in Britain
Rosemary Crompton and Clare Lyonette, City University


Gerry Makepeace
GeNet 2006-16
More or less unequal? Evidence on the pay of men and women from the British Birth Cohort Studies
Heather Joshi, Institute of Education, Gerry Makepeace, University of Cardiff and Peter Dolton, University of Newcastle
Now Published in Gender Work and Organization, Vol 14, No 1, Blackwell


Jenny Neuburger
GeNet 2010-38 Part-time working and pay amongst Millenium Cohort Study mothers
Jenny Neuburger, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Heather Joshi, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London
Shirley Dex, Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, London


Jane Nolan

GeNet 2008-31 Gender and Equality of Opportunity in China's Labour Market
Jane Nolan, Dept of Sociology, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2006-13
Gender and Kinship in Contemporary Britain
Jane Nolan and Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge
Now published in Ebtehaj, F., Lindley, B. and Richards, M. (2006) Kinship Matters, Hart, Oxford.
GeNet 2005-7
Ageing Positive? Not According to the British Public
Jacqueline Scott and Jane Nolan, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2005-6


Anke Plagnol

GeNet 2008-33 What matters for well-being: Individual perceptions of quality of life before and after important life events
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Jacqueline Scott, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2008-32 Aspirations, Attainments, and Satisfaction: Life Cycle Differences between American Women and Men
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Richard A. Easterlin, Dept. of Economics, University of Southern California


Lynn Prince Cooke

GeNet 2007-28 Panacea or Pitfall? Women's Part-time Employment and Marital Stability in West Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States Panacea or Pitfall?
Lynn Prince Cooke, University of Kent and Vanessa Gash, University of Manchester


Kate Purcell

GeNet 2006-15
Achieving Equality in the Knowledge Economy
Kate Purcell, University of the West of England and Peter Elias, University of Warwick


Pia Schober

GeNet 2010-42 The parenthood effect on gender inequality: Explaining the change in paid and domestic work when British couples become parents
Pia Schober, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2010-41 Gender equality and outsourcing of domestic work, childbearing, and relationship stability among British couples
Pia Schober, University of Cambridge


Jacqueline Scott

GeNet 2008-33 What matters for well-being: Individual perceptions of quality of life before and after important life events
Anke C. Plagnol, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Jacqueline Scott, Dept. of Sociology, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2006-21
Family and Gender Roles: How Attitudes Are Changing
Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2006-13
Gender and Kinship in Contemporary Britain
Jane Nolan and Jacqueline Scott, University of Cambridge
Now published in Ebtehaj, F., Lindley, B. and Richards, M. (2006) Kinship Matters, Hart, Oxford.
GeNet 2005-7
Ageing Positive? Not According to the British Public
Jacqueline Scott and Jane Nolan, University of Cambridge
GeNet 2004-1
Gender Inequality in Production and Reproduction: A New Priority Research Network
(Paper Appendix)
Jacqueline Scott, Director
Presented at the American Sociological Association, August 2004


Wendy Sigle-Rushton

GeNet 2006-19
Motherhood and Women’s Earnings in Anglo-American, Continental European, and Nordic Countries
Wendy Sigle-Rushton, London School of Economics
Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University
Now Published in Feminist Economics, April 2007
GeNet 2006-17


Sirin Sung

GeNet 2010-40 Unequal but 'fair'? Housework and child care in a sample of low- to moderate-income British couples
Sarah Taylor, University of Oxford
Fran Bennett, University of Oxford
Sirin Sung, Queen's University Belfast
Also available as Barnett Paper in Social Research 2010 No. 4


Holly Sutherland

GeNet 2007-29 Inequalities Within Couples: Market Incomes and the Role of Taxes and Benefits in Europe
Francesco Figari, ISER, University of Essex;
Herwig Immervoll, OECD, European Centre, Vienna, ISER and IZA;
Horacio Levy, ISER, University of Essex and European Centre, Vienna;
Holly Sutherland, ISER, University of Essex


Sarah Taylor

GeNet 2010-40 Unequal but 'fair'? Housework and child care in a sample of low- to moderate-income British couples
Sarah Taylor, University of Oxford
Fran Bennett, University of Oxford
Sirin Sung, Queen's University Belfast
Also available as Barnett Paper in Social Research 2010 No. 4


Jane Waldfogel
GeNet 2006-19
Motherhood and Women’s Earnings in Anglo-American, Continental European, and Nordic Countries
Wendy Sigle-Rushton, London School of Economics
Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University
Now Published in Feminist Economics, April 2007


Kelly Ward
GeNet 2007-22
Gender Differences in Occupational Wage Mobility in the 1958 Cohort
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward, Heather Joshi, Centre for Longtitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London
GeNet 2006-18
Changes in Women’s Occupations and Occupational Mobility over 25 years.
Shirley Dex, Kelly Ward and Heather Joshi
Institute of Education
To be published in Women and Work: Changing Lives and New Challenges, 2008 (forthcoming), J Scott, S Dex, and H Joshi (Eds), Oxford: Edward Elgar

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