National Work-Family Policies and Gender Earnings Inequality in 26 OECD Countries, 1999–2019

11 luglio 2024
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Palazzo di Sociologia - Via Verdi 26, Trento
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This seminar is part of Brown Bag Seminars, organized by CSIS
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10 luglio 2024, 23:59
Jennifer L. Hook, University of South California

The seminar covers national work-family policies and women's labor market outcomes, with a focus on gender earnings inequalities across 26 OECD countries over a 20 year period.

Jennifer Hook is Professor of Sociology at the University of Southern California. Her research areas include gender stratification, family demography, work-family policy, and comparative sociology. Her research examines how social contexts affect gendered divisions of work and care in the US and Europe, including women’s employment, fathers’ time with children, and the division of household labor. She has served on the editorial board of the American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Marriage and Family, Social Forces, Social Problems, and Sociological Perspectives. 



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