Michelle Budig
Michelle Budig
Professor of Sociology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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The wage penalty for motherhood
MJ Budig, P England
American sociological review, 204-225, 2001
Wages of virtue: The relative pay of care work
P England, M Budig, N Folbre
Social problems 49 (4), 455-473, 2002
The motherhood penalty in cross-national perspective: The importance of work–family policies and cultural attitudes
MJ Budig, J Misra, I Boeckmann
Social Politics 19 (2), 163-193, 2012
Differences in disadvantage: Variation in the motherhood penalty across white women’s earnings distribution
MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American Sociological Review 75 (5), 705-728, 2010
Male advantage and the gender composition of jobs: Who rides the glass escalator?
MJ Budig
Social Problems 49 (2), 258-277, 2002
Who gets the daddy bonus? Organizational hegemonic masculinity and the impact of fatherhood on earnings
MJ Hodges, MJ Budig
Gender & Society 24 (6), 717-745, 2010
Do highly paid, highly skilled women experience the largest motherhood penalty?
P England, J Bearak, MJ Budig, MJ Hodges
American sociological review 81 (6), 1161-1189, 2016
Cultural and institutional factors shaping mothers' employment and working hours in postindustrial countries
I Boeckmann, J Misra, MJ Budig
Social Forces 93 (4), 1301-1333, 2015
Are women’s employment and fertility histories interdependent? An examination of causal order using event history analysis
MJ Budig
Social Science Research 32 (3), 376-401, 2003
Work—family policies and poverty for partnered and single women in Europe and North America
J Misra, S Moller, MJ Budig
Gender & Society 21 (6), 804-827, 2007
Intersections on the road to self-employment: Gender, family and occupational class
MJ Budig
Social Forces 84 (4), 2223-2239, 2006
Reconciliation policies and the effects of motherhood on employment, earnings and poverty
J Misra, MJ Budig, S Moller
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 9 (2), 135-155, 2007
Work-family policies and the effects of children on women's employment hours and wages
J Misra, M Budig, I Boeckmann
Community, Work & Family 14 (2), 139-157, 2011
Activity, proximity, or responsibility? Measuring parental childcare time
MJ Budig, N Folbre
Family time: The social organization of care, 51-68, 2004
Why are some academic fields tipping toward female? The sex composition of US fields of doctoral degree receipt, 1971–2002
P England, P Allison, S Li, N Mark, J Thompson, MJ Budig, H Sun
Sociology of education 80 (1), 23-42, 2007
Work–family policy trade-offs for mothers? Unpacking the cross-national variation in motherhood earnings penalties
MJ Budig, J Misra, I Boeckmann
Work and Occupations 43 (2), 119-177, 2016
Gender, self-employment, and earnings: The interlocking structures of family and professional status
MJ Budig
Gender & society 20 (6), 725-753, 2006
The fatherhood bonus and the motherhood penalty: Parenthood and the gender gap in pay
MJ Budig
Third Way 2, 2014
How care‐work employment shapes earnings in cross‐national perspective
MJ Budig, J Misra
International Labour Review 149 (4), 441-460, 2010
The romance of college attendance: Higher education stratification and mate selection
R Arum, J Roksa, MJ Budig
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26 (2), 107-121, 2008
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