Mary Blair-Loy
Mary Blair-Loy
Department of Sociology, UC San Diego
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Competing devotions: Career and family among women executives
M Blair-Loy
Harvard University Press, 2003
Cultural schemas, social class, and the flexibility stigma
JC Williams, M Blair‐Loy, JL Berdahl
Journal of social issues 69 (2), 209-234, 2013
Employees' use of work-family policies and the workplace social context
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton
Social forces 80 (3), 813-845, 2002
Religious participation in early adulthood: Age and family life cycle effects on church membership
RM Stolzenberg, M Blair-Loy, LJ Waite
American Sociological Review, 84-103, 1995
Career patterns of executive women in finance: an optimal matching analysis
M Blair-Loy
American journal of sociology 104 (5), 1346-1397, 1999
The changing career trajectories of new parents in STEM
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (10), 4182-4187, 2019
Perceiving glass ceilings? Meritocratic versus structural explanations of gender inequality among women in science and technology
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Social problems 57 (3), 371-397, 2010
Cultural constructions of family schemas: The case of women finance executives
M Blair-Loy
Gender & society 15 (5), 687-709, 2001
Consequences of flexibility stigma among academic scientists and engineers
EA Cech, M Blair-Loy
Work and occupations 41 (1), 86-110, 2014
Long work hours and family life: A cross-national study of employees' concerns
AS Wharton, M Blair-Loy
Journal of Family Issues 27 (3), 415-436, 2006
Work without end? Scheduling flexibility and work‐to‐family conflict among stockbrokers
M Blair‐Loy
Work and Occupations 36 (4), 279-317, 2009
The “overtime culture” in a global corporation: A cross-national study of finance professionals' interest in working part-time
AS Wharton, M Blair-Loy
Work and Occupations 29 (1), 32-63, 2002
Organizational commitment and constraints on work-family policy use: Corporate flexibility policies in a global firm
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton
Sociological Perspectives 47 (3), 243-267, 2004
Stability and transformation in gender, work, and family: insights from the second shift for the next quarter century
M Blair-Loy, A Hochschild, AJ Pugh, JC Williams, H Hartmann
Community, Work & Family 18 (4), 435-454, 2015
Use of formal and informal work–family policies on the digital assembly line
AS Wharton, S Chivers, M Blair-Loy
Work and occupations 35 (3), 327-350, 2008
Exploring the relationship between mission statements and work-life practices in organizations
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton, J Goodstein
Organization Studies 32 (3), 427-450, 2011
Globalization, work hours, and the care deficit among stockbrokers
M Blair-Loy, JA Jacobs
Gender & Society 17 (2), 230-249, 2003
It's not just what you know, it's who you know: Technical knowledge, rainmaking, and gender among finance executives
M Blair-Loy
The transformation of work, 51-83, 2001
Work devotion and work time
M Blair-Loy
Fighting for time: Shifting boundaries of work and social life, 282-316, 2004
Mothers in finance: Surviving and thriving
M Blair-Loy, AS Wharton
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 596 (1 …, 2004
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