2013 study in American Sociological Review that examines cases of white-collar fraud to better understand gender differences in how crimes were perpetrated
2013 review of U.S. Bureau of Labor findings, and Pew Research Center data on issues of gender and the division of work and household tasks.
2013 study from the Federal Reserve Bank on how job polarization is both the result of a decline in U.S. manufacturing and a structural issue across sectors.
2013 study in Information, Communication & Society on the rates at which frequent users of communications technologies report work-life conflicts.
2011 study in Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health calculating that unintended pregnancies cost taxpayers as much as $12.6 billion a year.
2011 study in the Journal of Women’s Health Issues looks at how responsibilities of work and home spill over and related consequences.
2012 study from Vanderbilt University and the University of Missouri on the influence of gender on job satisfaction and turnover in the education public sector.
2013 report from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Statistics on the demographics of both victims and offenders of sexual violence over time.
2012 study from the University of Iowa and the University of Texas at Austin showing the complexity of this evolving work practice and the potential downsides.
2012 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) highlighting the differences in pay among male and female members of the medical profession.