Kanter Award Winners

2020: Hannah Riley Bowels

Bowles, H. R., Thomason, B., & Bear, J. B. (2019). Reconceptualizing what and how women negotiate for career advancement. Academy of Management Journal, 62(6), 1645-1671. https://doi.org/10.5465/amj.2017.1497

2019: Kate Weisshaar

Weisshaar, K. (2018). From opt out to blocked out: The challenges for labor market re-entry after family-related employment lapses. American Sociological Review, 83(1), 34-60. https://doi.org/10.1177/0003122417752355  weisshaar@unc.edu

2019 Kanter Award Winner

2018: Silke Aisenbrey & Anette Fasang

Aisenbrey, S., & Fasang, A. (2017). The interplay of work and family trajectories over the life course: Germany and the United States in comparison. American Journal of Sociology, 122(5), 1448-1484. https://doi.org/10.1086/691128 silke.aisenbrey@yu.edu

2017: Stephen H. Courtright, Richard E. Gardner, Troy A. Smith, Brian W. McCormick, and Amy E. Colbert

Courtright, S. H., Gardner, R. G., Smith, T. A., McCormick, B. W., & Colbert, A. E. (2016). My family made me do it: A cross-domain, self-regulatory perspective on antecedents to abusive supervision. Academy of Management Journal, 59, 1630-1652. http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amj.2013.1009

2016: Markus Gangl and Andrea Ziefle

Gangl, M., & Ziefle, A. (2015). The making of a good woman: Extended parental leave entitlements and mothers’ work commitment in Germany. American Journal of Sociology, 121(2), 511-563. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/682419

2015: Erin L. Kelly, Phyllis Moen, J. Michael Oakes, Wen Fan, Cassandra Okechukwu, Kelly D. Davis, Leslie B. Hammer, Ellen Ernst Kossek, Rosalind Berkowitz King, Ginger C. Hanson, Frank Mierzwa, and Lynne M. Casper

Kelly, E. L., et al. (2014) Changing work and work-family conflict evidence from the work, family, and health network. American sociological review, 79(3), 485-516.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0003122414531435

2014: Laura denDulk, Sandra Groeneveld, Ariane Ollier-Malaterre, and Monique Valcour

Den Dulk, L., Groeneveld, S., Ollier-Malaterre, A., & Valcour, M. (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(5), 478-494. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.emj.2013.04.010

2013: Alison Konrad and Yang Yang

Konrad, A. M., & Yang, Y. (2012). Is using work–life interface benefits a career‐limiting move? An examination of women, men, lone parents, and parents with partners. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 33(8), 1095-1119.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/job.1782

2012: Liana C. Sayer, Paula England, Paul D. Allison & Nicole Kangas

Sayer, L. C., England, P., Allison, P., & Kangas, N. (2011). She left, he left: How employment and satisfaction affect men’s and women’s decisions to leave marriages. AJS; American journal of sociology, 116(6), 1982.

2011: Melissa J. Hodges and Michelle Budig

Hodges, M.J. & Budig, M.J. (2010). Who Gets the Daddy Bonus? : Organizational Hegemonic Masculinity and the Impact of Fatherhood on Earnings. Gender & Society 24(6), 717-745.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0891243210386729

2010: Glen Kreiner, Elaine Hollensbe and Matthew Sheep

Kreiner, G., Hollensbe, E., & Sheep, M. (2009). Balancing borders and bridges: Negotiating the work-home interface via boundary work tactics. Academy of Management Journal 52 (4), 704-730.

Kanter 2007 photo

2007: Jeremy Reynolds and Lydia Aletraris

Reynolds, J., & Aletraris, L. (2006). Pursuing preferences: The creation and resolution of work hour mismatches. American Sociological Review, 71,618-638.

2000: Erin Kelly and Frank Dobbin

Kelly, E., & Dobbin, F. (1999). Civil Rights Law at work: Sex discrimination and the rise of maternity leave policies. American Journal of Sociology, 105(2), 455-492.