2014 Kanter Award

2014 Winner

den Dulk, L. et al. (2013). National context in work-life research: A multi-level cross-national analysis of the adoption of workplace work-life arrangements in Europe. European Management Journal, 31, 478-494. dendulk@fsw.eur.nl

2014 Finalists

Berdahl, J. & Moon, S.H. (2013). Workplace mistreatment of middle class workers based on sex, parenthood, and caregiving. Journal of Social Issues, 69(2), 341-366. jberdahl@rotman.utoronto.ca

Cook, L.P. et al. (2013). Labor and Love: Wives’ employment and divorce risk in its socio-political context. Social Politics, 20(4), 482-509. I.p.cooke@bath.ac.uk

Korpi, W., Ferrarini, T., & Englund, S. (2013). Women’s opportunities under different family policy constellations: Gender, class, and inequality tradeoffs in western countries re-examined. Social Politics, 20(1), 1-40. walter.korpi@sofi.su.se

Yetis-Bayraktar, A., Budig, M., & Tomaskovic-Devey, D. (2013). From the shop floor to the kitchen floor: Maternal occupational complexity and children’s reading and math skills. Work and Occupations. 40(1), 37-64.

2014 Nominees

Dunifon, R. et al. (2013). Mothers’ night work and children’s behavior problems. Developmental Psychology, 49(10), 1874-1885. red26@cornell.edu

Gronlund, A. & Magnusson, C. (2013). Devaluation, crowding or skill specificity? Exploring the mechanisms behind lower wages in female professions. Social Science Research, 42(4), 1006-1017. anne.gronlund@soc.umu.se

Hersch, J. (2013). Opting out among women with elite education. Review of Economics of the Household, 11(4), 469-506. joni.hersch@vanderbilt.edu

Ho, M .Y. et al. (2013). A Dyadic Model of the Work- Family Interface: A Study of Dual-Earner Couples in China. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18(1), 53-63. myho@psy.cuhk.edu.hk

Moen, P., Fan W., & Kelly, E.L. (2013). Team-level flexibility, work-home spillover, and health behavior. Social Science & Medicine, 84, 69-79. phylmoen@umn.edu

Moen, P., et al. (2013). Time work by overworked professionals: Strategies in response to the stress of higher status. Work and Occupations, 40(2), 79-114. phylmoen@umn.edu

Smith, N., Smith V., & Verner, M. (2013). Why are so few females promoted into CEO and vice president positions? Danish empirical evidence, 1997-2007. Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 66(2), 380-408. nsmith@econ.au.dk

Trefalt, S. et al. (2013). Work-life experiences in rapidly changing national contexts: Structural misalignment, comparisons and choice overload as explanatory mechanisms. European Management Journal, 31 (5), 448-463. mateja.drnpysek@ef.uni-lj.si

Young, M. & Wheaton, B. (2013). The impact of neighborhood composition on work-family conflict and distress. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 54(4), 481-497. myoung@mcmaster.ca