2003 Kanter Award

2003 Winner

Budig, M. J. (2002). Male advantage and the gender composition of jobs: Who rides the glass escalator? Social Problems, 49(2).

2003 Finalists

Anderson, S. E., Coffey, B. S., & Byerly, R. T. (2002). Formal organizational initiatives and informal workplace practices: Links to work-family conflict and job-related outcomes. Journal of Management, 28(6).

England, P., Budig, M., & Folbre, N. (2002). Wages of virtue: the relative pay of care work. Social Problems, 49(4), 455-473.

Haas, L., Allard, K., & Hwang, P. (2002). The impact of organizational culture on men’s use of parental leave in Sweden. Community, Work & Family, 5(3).

Melzer, S. A. (2002). Gender, work, and intimate violence: men’s occupational violence spillover and compensatory violence. Journal of Marriage and Family, 64, 820-832.

Mennino, S. F. & Brayfield, A. (2002). Job-family trade-offs: the multidimensional effects of gender. Work and Occupations, 29(2), 226-256.

2003 Top 20 Nominees

Abroms, L.C. & Goldscheider, F. K. (2002). More work for mothers: how spouses, cohabitating partners and relatives affect the hours mothers work. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 23(2).

Behson, S. J. (2002). Coping with family-to-work conflict: the role of informal work accommodations to family. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 7(4).

Behson, S. J. (2002). Which dominates? The relative importance of work-family organizational support and general organizational context on employee outcomes. Journal of Vocational Behavior 61, 53-72.

Blair-Loy, M. & Wharton, A. S. (2002). Employees’ use of work-family policies and the workplace social context. Social Forces, 80(3).

Brandth, B. & Kvande, E. (2002). Reflexive fathers: negotiating parental leave and working life. Gender, Work and Organization, 9(2).

Cohen, P. N. (2002). Cohabitation and the declining marriage premium for men. Work and Occupations, 29(3).

Dentinger, E. & Clarkberg, M. (2002). Informal caregiving and retirement timing among men and women. Journal of Family Issues, 23(7).

Grzywacz, J. G., Almeida, D. M., & McDonald, D. A. (2002). Work-family spillover and daily reports of work and family stress in the adult labor force. Family Relations 51, 28-36.

Hakim, C. (2002). Lifestyle preference as determinants of women’s differentiated labor market careers. Work and Occupations, 29(4), 428-459.

Lee, M. D., MacDermid, S. M., Williams, M. L., Buck, M. L., & Leiba-O’Sullivan, S. (2002). Contextual factors in the success of reduced-load work arrangements among managers and professionals. Human Resource Management, 41(2), 209-203.

Major, V. S., Klein, K. J. & Ehrhart, M. G. (2002). Work time, work interference with family, and psychological distress. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87(3), 427-436.

Schoen, R., Astone, N. M., Rothert, K., Standish, N. J., & Kim, Y. J. (2002). Women’s employment, marital happiness, and divorce. Social Forces, 81(2), 643-662.

Waldfogel, J., Han, W., & Brooks-Gunn, J. (2002). The effects of early maternal employment on child cognitive development. Demography, 39(2), 369-392.

Wharton, A. S. & Blair-Loy, M. (2002). The “overtime culture” in a global corporation. Work and Occupations, 29(1), 32-63.