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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
3192020
‘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
1972020
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
1722013
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
1542013
Creating capabilities: Childcare policies in comparative perspective
MA Yerkes, J Javornik
Journal of European Social Policy 29 (4), 529-544, 2019
962019
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
912006
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
822011
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
682020
Crisis and welfare state change in the Netherlands
M Yerkes, R Van der Veen
Social Policy & Administration 45 (4), 430-444, 2011
652011
Part-time work in the Dutch welfare state: the ideal combination of work and care?
M Yerkes
Policy & Politics 37 (4), 535-552, 2009
572009
Diversity in work: the heterogeneity of women's employment patterns
M Yerkes
Gender, Work & Organization 17 (6), 696-720, 2010
562010
‘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
552015
Social risk protection in collective agreements: Evidence from the Netherlands
M Yerkes, K Tijdens
European journal of industrial relations 16 (4), 369-383, 2010
542010
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
512009
Transforming the Dutch welfare state
MA Yerkes
Transforming the Dutch Welfare State, 139-156, 2011
452011
Social inequality and solidarity in times of COVID-19
FM Stok, M Bal, MA Yerkes, JBF de Wit
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (12), 6339, 2021
442021
Choice or constraint? Women’s weekly working hours in comparative perspective
M Yerkes
Sociologia, Problemas E Práticas, 9-30, 2013
402013
The transformation of solidarity: Changing risks and the future of the welfare state
RJ Van der Veen, M Yerkes, P Achterberg
Amsterdam University Press, 2011
372011
Social policy and the capability approach
MA Yerkes, J Javornik, A Kurowska
Concepts, measurement and application. Bristol, 2019
332019
Workers’ well-being in the context of the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
R Nieuwenhuis, MA Yerkes
Community, Work & Family 24 (2), 226-235, 2021
322021
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