Marie Evertsson
Marie Evertsson
Professor of Sociology, Stockholm University
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Is there a career penalty for mothers' time out? A comparison of Germany, Sweden and the United States
S Aisenbrey, M Evertsson, D Grunow
Social forces 88 (2), 573-605, 2009
Dependence within families and the division of labor: Comparing Sweden and the United States
M Evertsson, M Nermo
Journal of marriage and family 66 (5), 1272-1286, 2004
Changing resources and the division of housework: A longitudinal study of Swedish couples
M Evertsson, M Nermo
European Sociological Review 23 (4), 455-470, 2007
Gender ideology and the sharing of housework and child care in Sweden
M Evertsson
Journal of Family Issues 35 (7), 927-949, 2014
Parental leave—possibility or trap? Does family leave length effect Swedish women’s labour market opportunities?
M Evertsson, AZ Duvander
European Sociological Review 27 (4), 435-450, 2011
Is gender inequality greater at lower or higher educational levels? Common patterns in the Netherlands, Sweden, and the United States
M Evertsson, P England, I Mooi-Reci, J Hermsen, J De Bruijn, D Cotter
Social Politics 16 (2), 210-241, 2009
Formal On-the-Job Training: A Gender-Typed Experience and Wage-Related Advantage?
M Evertsson
European Sociological Review 20 (1), 79-94, 2004
Couples' transitions to parenthood: Analysing gender and work in Europe
D Grunow, M Evertsson
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016
The reproduction of gender: housework and attitudes towards gender equality in the home among Swedish boys and girls1
M Evertsson
The British journal of sociology 57 (3), 415-436, 2006
The importance of work: Changing work commitment following the transition to motherhood
M Evertsson
Acta Sociologica 56 (2), 139-153, 2013
Familienpolitik, Bildung und Berufskarrieren von Müttern in Deutschland, USA und Schweden.
D Grunow, S Aisenbrey, M Evertsson
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie & Sozialpsychologie 63 (3), 2011
Labor and love: Wives' employment and divorce risk in its socio-political context
LP Cooke, J Erola, M Evertsson, M Gähler, J Härkönen, B Hewitt, ...
Social Politics 20 (4), 482-509, 2013
Parental leave and careers: Women’s and men’s wages after parental leave in Sweden
M Evertsson
Advances in Life Course Research 29, 26-40, 2016
Fathers on call? A study on the sharing of care work between parents in Sweden
M Evertsson, K Boye, J Erman
Demographic Research 39, 33-60, 2018
Fathers’ uptake of parental leave: Forerunners and laggards in Sweden, 1993–2010
L Ma, G Andersson, AZ Duvander, M Evertsson
Journal of Social Policy 49 (2), 361-381, 2020
New parents in Europe
D Grunow, M Evertsson
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019
M Evertsson
Liber, 2010
Work interruptions and young women’s career prospects in Germany, Sweden and the US
M Evertsson, D Grunow, S Aisenbrey
Work, Employment and Society 30 (2), 291-308, 2016
When does part-time work relate to less work-life conflict for parents? Moderating influences of workplace support and gender in the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom
L Van Breeschoten, M Evertsson
Community, Work & Family 22 (5), 606-628, 2019
Economic inequality and housework
S Gupta, M Evertsson, D Grunow, M Nermo, LC Sayer
Drobnič, Sonja; Treas, Judith, 105-122, 2010
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