Tag Archives: Work-family

Paper by Bell Fellow Juli Simon Thomas Earns Her Status as Finalist for 2015 Kanter Award

Juli-Simon-Thomas_IMG_6895_HER-PICKHarvard Bell Fellow Juli Simon Thomas, PhD, is co-author on a paper that is one of five finalists (out of 2,500 articles published in 2014) for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research. The paper, “Job Displacement among Single Mothers: Effects on Children’s Outcomes in Young Adulthood,” was published in the American Journal of Sociology. Congratulations to Juli on being a finalist for this international award!

Does work-family context impact female life expectancy in US?

montezHarvard RWJF alumna Jennifer Karas Montez, PhD, and former Bell Fellow Mauricio Avendano Pabon, PhD, are co-authors on a paper published in Social Forces that explores the fact that female life expectancy is shorter in the US than in most other high-income countries in light of the work-family context. Do institutional supports of work-family balance make a difference?