Gender Relations in the Labour
Market and the Welfare State

 

Convenor:
Eva Cyba: Institute of Sociology, University of Vienna, Austria

 

Tuesday  September 23  (14.00 - 16.00) - ROOM 2.16

Session 1 
Welfare State and Gender Policies 

Chair: Eva Cyba

Author(s): Luis Ortiz and Ricardo Mora
institution: Pompeu Fabra University
Country: Spain 
CHILD CARE AND PARENTAL LEAVE OF TRANSITION FROM UNEMPLOYMENT TO NON-ACTIVITY
 
Author(s): Ivy Koopmans and Joop Schippers
institution: Utrecht School of Economics, Utrecht University
Country: The Netherlands 
WELFARE STATE ARRANGEMENTS AND THE RECONCILIATION OF WORK AND FAMILY LIFE: AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARISON

Author(s): Pablo Galindo Calvo
institution: Department of Sociology, University of Granada
Country: Spain 
LABOR AND SOCIAL BELIEFS BEHIND THE PROCESSES OF RECONCILIATION OF FAMILY AND LABOR LIFE 

Author(s): Anneke Van Doorne-Huiskes, Laura Den Dulk and Bram Peper
institution: University of Utrecht and Erasmus University Rotterdam
Country: The Netherlands 
DUTCH WORKING PARENTS AND THE UTILISATION OF WORK/LIFE POLICIES: TWO CASE STUDIES IN THE FINANCIAL SECTOR

Author(s): Dirk Hofaecker
institution: University of Bamberg
Country: Germany 
TOWARDS A DUAL EARNER MODEL? EUROPEAN FAMILY POLICIES IN COMPARISON

 


 

Wednesday September  24  (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 2.16

Session 2 
Labour Market Barriers 

 

Author(s): Daniel Bertaux
institution: Center of Social Movements Studies
Country: France 
FOUR MAIN CONDITIONS TO GET AND HOLD A JOB
Author(s): Ira Malmberg-Heimonen
institution: Swedish School of Social Sciences, Helsinki University
Country: Finland 
THE LEVEL OF INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT MODERATING MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AND JOB SEARCH ACTIVITY AMONG UNEMPLOYED YOUTH IN SWEDEN, GERMANY AND SPAIN 
Author(s): Armelle Testenoire
institution: University of Rouen
Country: France 
A DIFFICULT ACCESS TO GET A SKILLED JOB. UNEMPLOYED YOUTH IN SWEDEN, GERMANY AND SPAIN
Author(s): Zemfira Kalugina
institution: Department of Social Problem, Institute of Economics and Industrial Engineering
Country: Russia 
RURAL LABOR MARKET IN PRESENT RUSSIA: INSTITUTIONAL REFORM AND THE ECONOMIC BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS
Author(s): Irina Tartakovskaia
institution: Institute for Comparative Labor Studies
Country: Russia 
'FAILED MASCULINITY' AS A TYPE OF LABOR MARKET BEHAVIOR
Author(s): Lygia Gonçalves Costa 
Institution: Instituto Universitário de Pesquisas do Rio de Janairo - IUPERJ
Country:  Brazil 
THE OCCUPATIONAL TRAJECTORY OF THE WOMEN MIGRATING FROM NORTHEAST REGION TOWARDS THE SOUTHEAST REGION OF BRAZIL
Author(s): Mª Dolores Frutos Balibrea and Salvadora Titos Gil 
Institution:
Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Murcia 
Country:
Spain 
THE GENDER DIMENSION IN THE TRANSITION FROM HIGHER EDUCATION TO EMPLOYMENT: RECENT TRENDS IN SPAIN

 

Wednesday  September 24 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 2.16

Session 3A (Parallel Session) 
Time Regimes and Management 

Chair: Eva Cyba
Author(s): Cristina Carrasco and Màrius Domínguez
institution: University of Barcelona
Country: Spain 
GENDER AND TIME USES: NEW METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES

Author(s): Rainer Loidl-Keil
institution: Johannes Kepler University
Country: Austria 
THE MEANING OF GENDER IN WORKING TIME STRUCTURES AND PREFERENCES

Author(s): Anne Lise Ellingsæter
institution: Institute for Social Research
Country: Norway 
TRANSFORMING TIME REGIMES AND GENDER EGALITARIANISM

Author(s): Anne-Marie Daune-Richard
institution: National Center of Research
Country: France 
WOMEN AND THE WAGE SOCIETY. FRANCE, THE UK AND SWEDEN

Author(s): Brita Bungum
institution: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
WORKING PARENTS AND GENDERED WELFARE ARRANGMENTS IN DIFFERENT TIME CULTURES


Wednesday  September  24 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 2.13

Session 3B (Parallel Session) 
Changing Career Chances? 
Author(s): Marlis Buchmann, Irene Kriesi and Stefan Sacchi
institution: Department of Sociology, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and University of Zürich
Country: Switzerland 
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL CHANGE ON OCCUPATIONAL STATUS MOBILITY

Author(s): Jeanne Moore and Joan K. F. Heggie
institution: School of Social Sciences and Law, University of Teesside
Country: United Kingdom 
"JUST HAVING A CHAT": WOMEN AND THE ROLE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS ACROSS AGE GROUPS IN THE WORKPLACE

Author(s): Nathalie Servais-Picord
institution: Department of Sociology, University of Rouen
Country: France 
THE ADVISERS OF MISSION LOCALES AND THE GENDER DIFFERENTIATION IN CAREER GUIDANCE

Author(s): Natal'ia Goncharova
institution: Ul'ianovsk State University
Country: Russia 
'GENDER ASPECTS OF YOUNG WOMEN'S CAREER ASPIRATIONS'
Author(s): Aagoth Elise Storvik
institution: Institute for Social Research
Country: Norway 
REDEFINING MANAGEMENT - REDEFINING GENDER
Author(s): Cristina Justo Suárez and Yolanda Agudo
institution: UNED
Country: Spain 
WOMEN AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

 

Wednesday  September  24 (17.00 - 18.30) - ROOM 2.16

Session 4 
Problems of Flexibilisation 

 
Author(s): Katrijn Vanderweyden
institution: University of Antwerp
Country: Belgium 
FROM RE-ARRANGE  TO CONVERT THE PATTERNS OF INTEGRATION OF PART-TIME WORKERS AND PEOPLE ON LEAVE

Author(s): Sara Falcão Casaca
institution: ISEG-UTL, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Country: Portugal 
THE AMBIGUOUS EFFECTS OF EMPLOYMENT FLEXIBILITY ON WOMEN - SOME EVIDENCES FROM THE PORTUGUESE CONTEXT

Author(s): Claire Wallace, Christine Cousins, Pavle Sicherl, Endre Sik, Siyka Kovacheva, Jiri Vecernik, Manuela Stanculescu, Thomas Boje and Annet Jager
institution: Institute for Advanced Studies
Country: Austria 
HOW MUCH FLEXIBILITY IS THERE IN EUROPE?

Author(s): Thomas P. Boje and Mattias Strandh
institution: Department of Social Sciences, Roskilde University and Department of Sociology, Umeå University
Country: Denmark and Sweden 
A MORE FLEXIBLE VIEW ON LABOUR FLEXIBILITY. ARE SWEDISH WORKERS LESS FLEXIBLE THAN THE DUTCH AND BRITISH WORKERS OR ARE THE THREE LABOUR MARKETS JUST CHARACTERISED BY DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF FLEXIBILITY?

 

Thursday  September  25 (9.00-11.00) - ROOM 2.16

Session 5 
Gender Division of Labour, Power and Dependency 


Author(s): Ulla Forseth
institution: Department of Sociology and Political Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Country: Norway 
EXPLORING GENDER AND POWER IN SERVICE ENCOUNTERS THROUGH MEMORY WORK

Author(s): Kate Purcell and Peter Elias
institution: ESRU, University of the West of England and IER 
Country: United Kingdom 
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES, HIGHER EDUCATION AND GENDER DIVISIONS AT WORK AND IN HOUSEHOLDS

Author(s): Capitolina Díaz Martínez and Sandra Dema Moreno
institution: University of Oviedo
Country: Spain 
MONEY AND POWER RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE COUPLE

Author(s): Pentti Takala
institution: The Social Insurance Institution
Country: Finland 
ECONOMIC DEPENDENCY AND DIVISION OF DOMESTIC WORK AMONG FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN

Author(s): Jorge Hurtado Jordá and Begoña San Miguel del Hoyo
institution: University of Alicante
Country: Spain 
WORK AND FAMILY IN A SEMIPHERIC ECONOMY

 

Thursday  September 25 (14.30-16.30) - ROOM 2.16

Session 6 
Strategies combining Employment and Care
 


Author(s): Fiona Williams and Anna Gavanas
institution: Department of Social Policy, University of Leeds
Country: United Kingdom 
WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT, WELFARE REGIMES, CARE AND MIGRATION

Author(s): Kathryn Ray, Colette Fagan, Linda Mcdowell, Diane Perrons and Kevin Ward
institution: Department of Geography, University of London
Country: United Kingdom 
'IF THERE WAS A BIT MORE TIME …': NEGOTIATING THE TEMPORAL BOUNDARIES OF HOME, WORK AND CHILDCARE AMONGST HOUSEHOLDS IN UK CITIES

Author(s): Johanna Lammi-Taskula
institution: STAKES
Country: Finland 
MEN AND CHILD CARE

Author(s): Minna Salmi
institution: STAKES
Country: Finland 
COMBINING WORK AND FAMILY AS AN ISSUE OF INTERGENERATIONAL HELP

Author(s): Majella Kilkey
institution: Department of Comparative and Applied Social Scienes, University of Hull
Country: United Kingdom 
THE 'INDIVIDUAL ADULT-WORKER' MODEL: TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY?



Friday  September 26 (9.00 - 11.00) - ROOM 2.16

Session 7A 
Labour Segregation: Causes and Consequences 


Author(s): Helen Peterson
institution: Department of Sociology, University of Uppsala
Country: Sweden
NEW WAYS FOR ORGANISING WORK AND FAMILY - NEW WAYS FOR CONSTRUCTING GENDER IN ORGANISATION

Author(s): Pablo Meseguer Gancedo
institution: Complutense University of Madrid
Country: Spain 
SALARY  RELATIONS AND GENDER RELATIONS

Author(s): Karina Nilsson and Mattias Strandh
institution: Department of Sociology, Umeå University
Country: Sweden 
WORK IN SWEDISH HOUSEHOLDS: THE GENDERED ORGANIZATION OF PAID WORK, HOUSEWORK AND VOLUNTARY WORK

Author(s): Stephanie Steinmetz
institution: Center of Demographics Studies
Country: Spain 
SEGREGATION AND PART-TIME WORK: OBSTACLES TO ADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT

Author(s): François Sarfati
institution: GRIOT / CNAM
Country: France 
GENDER IN THE STOCK EXCHANGE


Friday  September 26  (9.00 - 11.00) - ROOM 2.13

Session 7B 
Care Work, Employment and Social Participation 

 
Author(s): Sue Yeandle and Clare Ungerson
institution: Sheffield Hallam University
Country: United Kingdom 
CARE WORK IN DOMICILIARY ENVIRONMENTS: IMPLICATIONS OF NEW MODELS OF SERVICE DELIVERY

Author(s): Hildegard Theobald
institution: Social Science Research Center Berlin
Country: Germany 
GENDER, CARE AND SOCIAL PARTICIPATION

Author(s): Sirpa Wrede, Viola Burau and Lea Henriksson
institution: Department of Sociology, Åbo Akademi University
Country: Finland 
HOME CARE AS WELFARE SERVICE WORK: COMPARING FINLAND AND GERMANY

Author(s): Sebastián Sarasa
institution:
Country: Spain 
LONG-TERM CARE, GENDER AND EMPLOYMENT IN SOME EUROPEAN STATES
Author(s): Esther de Ruijter and Tanja van der Lippe
institution: Utrecht University
Country: The Netherlands 
DOMESTIC OUTSOURCING AS A STRATEGY TO DEAL WITH WORK AND FAMILY DEMANDS


Friday  September  26 (14.30 - 16.30) - ROOM 2.16

Session 8 
Gender and the Welfare State 

Chair: Eva Cyba

 
Author(s): Annette Kohlmann, Stefan Bender and Stefan Lang
institution: Centre for Survey, Research and Methodology, Institute for Employment Research, Department of Statistics, University of Munich
Country: Germany 
WOMEN, WORK, AND MOTHERHOOD: CHANGING EMPLOYMENT PENALTIES FOR MOTHERHOOD IN WEST GERMANY AFTER 1945 - A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COHORTS BORN IN 1934-1971

Author(s): Luis Miguel Miller Moya
institution: IESA-CSIC, Institute of Social Studies of Andalusia
Country: Spain 
GENDER, EQUALITY AND LABOR MARKET

Author(s): Inés Calzada Gutiérrez
institution: Department of Sociology, University of Salamanca and Complutense University of Madrid
Country: Spain 
GENDER: A NEW POLITICAL CLEAVAGE IN THE WELFARE STATE?

Author(s): Andrea Leitner and Angela Wroblewski
institution: Institute for Advanced Studies
Country: Austria 
WHAT CAN CONSERVATIVE WELFARE STATES LEARN FROM THE NORDIC EXPERIENCE? POLICIES TO SUPPORT FEMALE LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION

Author(s): Wolfgang Walter and Jan Kuenzler
institution: Department of Sociology, University of Freiburg and Department of Sociology, Wuerzburg University
Country: Germany 
GENDERING WELFARE STATE TYPOLOGIES