Session 125:
Gender and Work in Developed Countries

Saturday, May 11
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Madison
3rd Floor

Chair: Barbara Ibrahim, Population Council
Discussant: Heike Trappe, Max-Planck-Institut fur Bildungsforschung

  1. Occupational Sex Segregation, Maternity and Job Transitions among WomenHyunjoo Min, Cornell University

  2. Was Attainment of the "American Dream" Gendered? Gender Differences in Occupational Mobility in the Early 20th CenturySharon Sassler, Ohio State University; Leanna M. Mellott, Ohio State University; Christie D. Batson, Ohio State University

  3. The Structure of Women's Labor Force Participation in Comparative PerspectiveBecky Pettit, University of Washington; Jennifer L. Hook, University of Washington

  4. Women, Work, and Motherhood: Changing Economic Penalties for Motherhood in West Germany after 1945. A Comparative Analysis of Cohorts Born in 1934-1971Annette Kohlmann, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Stefan Bender, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Gerda Neyer, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Stefan Lang, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

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