Mara A. Yerkes
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Community, work, and family in times of COVID-19
J Fisher, JC Languilaire, R Lawthom, R Nieuwenhuis, RJ Petts, ...
Community, Work & Family 23 (3), 247-252, 2020
What took them so long? Explaining PhD delays among doctoral candidates
R Van de Schoot, MA Yerkes, JM Mouw, H Sonneveld
PloS one 8 (7), e68839, 2013
Mothers and work–life balance: Exploring the contradictions and complexities involved in work–family negotiation
L Wattis, K Standing, MA Yerkes
Community, Work & Family 16 (1), 1-19, 2013
Women's preferences or delineated policies? The development of part-time work in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom
M Yerkes, J Visser
Decent working time: New trends, new issues, 235-262, 2006
‘Intelligent’lockdown, intelligent effects? Results from a survey on gender (in) equality in paid work, the division of childcare and household work, and quality of life among …
MA Yerkes, SCH André, JW Besamusca, PM Kruyen, CLHS Remery, ...
PloS one 15 (11), e0242249, 2020
An institutional embeddedness of welfare opinions? The link between public opinion and social policy in the Netherlands (1970–2004)
J Raven, P Achterberg, R Van der Veen, M Yerkes
Journal of Social Policy 40 (2), 369-386, 2011
Crisis and welfare state change in the Netherlands
M Yerkes, R Van der Veen
Social Policy & Administration 45 (4), 430-444, 2011
Diversity in work: the heterogeneity of women's employment patterns
M Yerkes
Gender, Work & Organization 17 (6), 696-720, 2010
Creating capabilities: Childcare policies in comparative perspective
MA Yerkes, J Javornik
Journal of European Social Policy 29 (4), 529-544, 2019
One welfare state emerging? Convergence versus divergence in 16 western countries
P Achterberg, M Yerkes
Journal of Comparative Social Welfare 25 (3), 189-201, 2009
Social risk protection in collective agreements: Evidence from the Netherlands
M Yerkes, K Tijdens
European journal of industrial relations 16 (4), 369-383, 2010
Part-time work in the Dutch welfare state: the ideal combination of work and care?
M Yerkes
Policy & Politics 37 (4), 535-552, 2009
‘Sometimes they just want to cry for their mum’: couples' negotiations and rationalisations of gendered divisions in infant care
J Rose, M Brady, MA Yerkes, L Coles
Journal of Family Studies 21 (1), 38-56, 2015
Transforming the Dutch welfare state
MA Yerkes
Transforming the Dutch Welfare State, 139-156, 2011
Choice or constraint? Women’s weekly working hours in comparative perspective
M Yerkes
Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 9-30, 2013
The transformation of solidarity: Changing risks and the future of the welfare state
P Achterberg, M Yerkes, R van der Veen
Amsterdam University Press, 2012
Gender differences in the quality of leisure: A cross-national comparison
MA Yerkes, A Roeters, J Baxter
Community, Work & Family 23 (4), 367-384, 2020
The employment status of doctoral recipients: An exploratory study in the Netherlands
R Van de Schoot, M Yerkes, H Sonneveld
International Journal of Doctoral Studies 7, 331, 2012
Who are the job seekers? Explaining unemployment among doctoral recipients
M Yerkes, R Van de Schoot, H Sonneveld
International Journal of Doctoral Studies 7, 153, 2012
The disconnection between policy practices and women's lived experiences: Combining work and life in the UK and the Netherlands
M Yerkes, K Standing, L Wattis, S Wain
Community, Work & Family 13 (4), 411-427, 2010
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