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Welfare regimes, family-supportive policies, and women’s employment along the life-course
H Stier, N Lewin-Epstein, M Braun
American journal of sociology 106 (6), 1731-1760, 2001
6222001
Time to work: A comparative analysis of preferences for working hours
H Stier, N Lewin-Epstein
Work and occupations 30 (3), 302-326, 2003
2472003
Perceived equity in the gendered division of household labor
M Braun, N Lewin‐Epstein, H Stier, MK Baumgärtner
Journal of Marriage and Family 70 (5), 1145-1156, 2008
2132008
Occupational segregation and gender inequality in job quality: a multi-level approach
H Stier, M Yaish
Work, employment and society 28 (2), 225-246, 2014
2022014
Family, work and women: The labor supply of Hispanic immigrant wives
H Stier, M Tienda
International Migration Review 26 (4), 1291-1313, 1992
1621992
Work-family conflict in comparative perspective: The role of social policies
H Stier, N Lewin-Epstein, M Braun
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30 (3), 265-279, 2012
1592012
Women's part-time employment and gender inequality in the family
H Stier, N Lewin-Epstein
Journal of Family Issues 21 (3), 390-410, 2000
1532000
The division of household labor in Germany and Israel
N Lewin‐Epstein, H Stier, M Braun
Journal of marriage and family 68 (5), 1147-1164, 2006
1492006
Are men marginal to the family? Insights from Chicago's inner city.
H Stier, M Tienda
Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Assn, 1992, Pittsburgh, PA, US, 1993
1371993
Policy effects on the division of housework
H Stier, N Lewin-Epstein
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 9 (3), 235-259, 2007
1182007
Joblessness and shiftlessness: Labor force activity in Chicago's inner city
M Tienda, H Stier
University of Chicago-Population Research Center, 1991
1071991
Inequality in the family: The institutional aspects of women’s earning contribution
H Stier, H Mandel
Social Science Research 38 (3), 594-608, 2009
982009
Generating labor market inequality: Employment opportunities and the accumulation of disadvantage
M Tienda, H Stier
Social Problems 43 (2), 147-165, 1996
901996
Immigrant women go to work: Analysis of immigrant wives' labor supply for six Asian groups
H Stier
Social Science Quarterly, 67-82, 1991
821991
The Color of Opportunity
H Stier, M Tienda
University of Chicago Press Economics Books, 2001
772001
Gender inequality in job authority: A cross‐national comparison of 26 countries
M Yaish, H Stier
Work and Occupations 36 (4), 343-366, 2009
752009
The determinants of women's employment dynamics: The case of Israeli women
H Stier, M Yaish
European Sociological Review 24 (3), 363-377, 2008
752008
Finding an adequate job: Employment and income of recent immigrants to Israel
H Stier, V Levanon
International Migration 41 (2), 81-107, 2003
752003
Links between education and age at marriage among Palestinian women in Israel: Changes over time
M Sabbah‐Karkaby, H Stier
Studies in family planning 48 (1), 23-38, 2017
702017
An overlapping persistence model of career mobility
H Stier, DB Grusky
American Sociological Review, 736-756, 1990
671990
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