Programme conference FINAL 2014-05-06

Work-family research conference
Stockholm University, May 9, 2014
9.00 - 9.30 Welcome
”Work-family Research in Sweden”
Anne Grönlund & Charlotta Magnusson
Juristernas hus
9.30 - 10.15 Keynote talk
”Current Research Moving Work-Family Scholarship
from the Margins to the Main Stream”
Professor Ellen E Kossek, president of Work and
Family Researchers Network (see below)
10.15 – 10.30 Break
Juristernas hus
10.30 – 12.00 Parallell sessions A-D (see below)
A: Reinholdsalen,
Juristernas hus
B: Wallenbergsalen,
Juristernas hus
C: Sal F800, Hus F, 8 tr
D: Sal F900, Hus F, 9 tr
Juristernas hus
12.00 – 13.15 Lunch
Parallell sessions A-D (see below)
14.45- 15.15 Break with tea/coffee and cake
15.15 -15.45 Book presentation
Grönlund, A (red)
Glimtar av jämställdhet
(”Glimpses of Gender Equality”)
A: Reinholdsalen,
Juristernas hus
B: Wallenbergsalen,
Juristernas hus
C: Sal F800, Hus F, 8 tr
D: Sal F900, Hus F, 9 tr
Juristernas hus
Juristernas hus
15.45-16.15 Book presentation
Hobson, B (ed)
Worklife Balance: The Agency and Capabilities Gap
Juristernas hus
16.15-16.30 Concluding words
Juristernas hus
Keynote speaker Ellen E Kossek
As the inaugural elected President of the U.S. based international Work-Family
Researchers Network and a leading work-family scholar, Dr. Ellen Ernst Kossek will
discuss some current trends in work family research related to individual and
organizational interventions and change. She will also share information on the Work
Family Researcher Network.
Dr. Kossek is the Basil S. Turner Professor of Management at Krannert School of
Management and the Research Director of Susan Bulkeley Butler Center for Leadership.
She holds a Ph.D. from Yale Univeristy in organizational behavior and her research has
won many awards. Her work was recently featured in the Financial Times.
For more information, see
Work-Family Researchers Network:
10.30- 12.00 Reinholdsalen
Åsa Löfström
Time for Men to Catch Up on Women?
Anne Boschini
Magnus Bygren
Michael Gä hler
Anni Pajunen
Helena Pettersson
Mid-life Incomes of Men and Women in Sweden
Do Employers Discriminate Against Mothers? Evidence from
a Field Experiment in the Swedish Labor Market
Coping with the Family, Career Development and Academic
13.15-14.45 Reinholdsalen
Lisa Harrysson
The Process of Resignation in Everyday Life: Gendered
Practices in Domestic Work and Experiences of Health and
Illness among Women and Men
Rense Nieuwenhuis
Family Policies, Women´s Earnings and Between-Household
Inequality: Trends in 18 OECD Countries from 1981 to 2005
Marianne Sundström
Alma Wennemo
Gender Convergence in Part-Time Work in the Nordic
Countries and Social Policy
Anna-Lena Almqvist
Gayle Kaufman
Fathers, Work and Family in Sweden and the US
10.30- 12.00 Wallenbergsalen
Sofia Elwér
Lisa Harrysson
Aycan Celikaksoy
Patterns of Gender Equality at Workplaces and Sick Leave
Intermarriage: For Better, For Worse
Jenny Alsarve
Christine Roman
Gendered and Classed Experiences of Work-family Conflicts
among Lone Mothers in Sweden
Ragni Hege Kitterød
Marit Rönsen
Does More Involved Fathering Imply a Double Burden for
Fathers? Evidence from Norway
13.15-14.45 Wallenbergsalen
Martin Dribe
Maria Stanfors
Ida Viklund
Educational Homogamy and Household Division of Labor.
Evidence from Sweden
Women´s and Men´s Parental Leave
Marie Evertsson
Signaling Care? Changes in Women’s and Men’s Wage
Outcome after Parental Leave Taking in Sweden?
10.30- 12.00 Sal F800
Karin Hederos Eriksson Occupational Segregation by Sex: The Role of
Intergenerational Transmission
Pernilla Andersson
Self-Employment among Mothers with Young Children in
Mai Camilla Munkejord
Family-Firm Embeddedness among Immigrant
Entrepreneurs in Rural Norway
Sofi Ohlsson-Wijk
Type of Occupation and First-Birth Patterns for Men and
Women in Sweden
13.15-14.45 Sal F800
Cecilia von Otter
High-status Employment among Women – a Longitudinal
Study of the Role of Occupational Gender Preferences in
Cecilia Nahnfeldt
"Talking about managing work and all the other stuff in
life": A method for case dialogues in the workplace
Peter Friedrich
Organisational Development in SMEs to Balance Work-Life
10.30- 12.00 Sal F900
Petra Ulmanen
Caregiving to Older People: Effects on Everyday Life and
Work Life among Middle-Aged Women and Men in Sweden
Ylva Moberg
Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples: How Does the Gender
Composition in Couples Matter for the Within-Family
Income Gap before and after Childbirth?
Laure Doctrinal
Sebastian Sirén
Childcare Policies in Comparative Perspective: a
Framework for Institutional Analysis
Elin Peterson
Framing Care Work in the Family Care Regime: An Analysis
of Spanish Eldercare Policy
13.15-14.45 Sal F900
Daniel Avdic
Gender Differences in Preferences for Health-Related
Carita Hå kansson
Balance Between Work, Play, Rest and Sleep
Jean-Charles Languilare An “Alternative” Work/Non-Work Experience? Setting a
Research Agenda for Work-Life Research for Alternative