Heejung Chung
Heejung Chung
Professor of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Kent
Zweryfikowany adres z kent.ac.uk - Strona główna
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Flexible working, work–life balance, and gender equality: Introduction
H Chung, T Van der Lippe
Social indicators research 151 (2), 365-381, 2020
Women’s employment patterns after childbirth and the perceived access to and use of flexitime and teleworking
H Chung, M Van der Horst
Human relations 71 (1), 47-72, 2018
Gender discrepancies in the outcomes of schedule control on overtime hours and income in Germany
Y Lott, H Chung
European Sociological Review, 2016
Covid-19, flexible working, and implications for gender equality in the United Kingdom
H Chung, H Birkett, S Forbes, H Seo
Gender & Society 35 (2), 218-232, 2021
Gender, flexibility stigma and the perceived negative consequences of flexible working in the UK
H Chung
Social indicators research 151 (2), 521-545, 2020
Institutions versus market forces: Explaining the employment insecurity of European individuals during (the beginning of) the financial crisis
H Chung, W Van Oorschot
Journal of European Social Policy 21 (4), 287-301, 2011
Working time flexibility components and working time regimes in Europe: using company-level data across 21 countries
H Chung, K Tijdens
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (7), 1418-1434, 2013
After austerity: Welfare state transformation in Europe after the great recession
P Taylor-Gooby, B Leruth, H Chung
Oxford University Press, 2017
Working from home during the COVID-19 lockdown: Changing preferences and the future of work
H Chung, H Seo, S Forbes, H Birkett
University of Kent, 2020
Employment insecurity and life satisfaction: The moderating influence of labour market policies across Europe
E Carr, H Chung
Journal of European Social Policy 24 (4), 383-399, 2014
Young people and the post-recession labour market in the context of Europe 2020
H Chung, S Bekker, H Houwing
Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research 18 (3), 301-317, 2012
Flexible working and unpaid overtime in the UK: The role of gender, parental and occupational status
H Chung, M Van der Horst
Social Indicators Research 151 (2), 495-520, 2020
Falling back on old habits? A comparison of the social and unemployment crisis reactive policy strategies in Germany, the UK and Sweden
H Chung, S Thewissen
Social Policy & Administration 45 (4), 354-370, 2011
Subjective insecurity and the role of institutions
H Chung, S Mau
Journal of European Social Policy 24 (4), 303-318, 2014
'Women’s work penalty'in the access to flexible working arrangements across Europe
H Chung
European Journal of Industrial Relations, 2018
Work-Family Conflict across 28 European Countries: A Multi-level Approach
H Chung
Work-Life Balance in Europe: The Role of Job Quality., 42-68, 2011
The flexibility paradox: Why flexible working leads to (self-) exploitation
H Chung
Policy Press, 2022
Dualization and the access to occupational family‐friendly working‐time arrangements across Europe
H Chung
Social Policy & Administration 52 (2), 491-507, 2018
Flexibility for Whom? Working time flexibility practices of European companies
H Chung
Ridderprint. Tilburg University Ph.D. Dissertation, 2009
European parents’ attitudes towards public childcare provision: The role of current provisions, interests and ideologies
H Chung, B Meuleman
European Societies 19 (1), 49-68, 2017
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