Samuel, Robin & Kanji, Shireen. (2018). Valuing creativity, feeling overworked and working hours: male workers and the New Spirit of Capitalism. Time & Society. In press
Moor, L and Kanji, S. 2018. Money and relationships online: communication and norm formation in women’s discussions of couple resource allocation. The British Journal of Sociology, DOI: 10.1111/1468-4446.12492, forthcoming.
Kanji, S. 2017. Grandparent care: A key factor in mothers’ labour force participation in the UK. Journal of Social Policy.
Wang, L, Kanji, S, Jha, S and Meurs, M. 2017. How Women Have Fared with the Rise of the People’s Republic of China in Global Supply Chain Trade. 2017. ADB Economics Working Paper Series
Helbling, L and Kanji, S. 2017. Job insecurity: Differential effects of subjective and objective measures on life satisfaction trajectories of workers aged 27–30 in Germany. Social Indicators Research, 1-18. DOI: 10.1007/s11205-017-1635-z
Brook, PA, Beck, V, Carter, R, Clark I, Danford, A, Hammer, N, Kanji, S, Simms, M. 2016. Work Employment and Society sans frontières: extending and deepening our reach. Work, Employment and Society. DOI: 10.1177/0950017015613747
Kanji, S and Samuel, R. 2015. Male breadwinning revisited: how specialisation, gender role attitudes and work characteristics affect overwork and underwork in Europe. Sociology. DOI: 10.1177/0038038515596895
Kanji, S and Cahusac, E. 2015. Who am I?: Mothers’ shifting identities, loss and sensemaking after workplace exit. Human Relations. On-line first doi: 10.1177/0018726714557336
Kanji, S and Hupka-Brunner, S. 2015, Young women’s strong preference for children and subsequent occupational gender segregation: What is the link? Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/EDI-05-2014-0041
Schwiter, Karin, Hupka-Brunner, Sandra, Wehner, Nina, Huber, Evéline, Kanji, Shireen Maihofer, Andrea, Bergman Max (2014) Warum sind Pflegefachmänner und Elektrikerinnen nach wie vor selten? Geschlechtersegregation in Ausbildungs- und Berufsverläufen junger Erwachsener in der Schweiz. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 40(3). Article (PDF, 315 Kb). Winner of the Co-Reched Prize
Kanji, S and Schober, P. 2014. Are couples with young children more likely to split up when the mother is the main or an equal earner? Sociology, 21(1) 57-70. DOI: 10.1177/0038038512467710
Cahusac, E and Kanji, S. 2014. Giving up: how gendered organisational cultures push mothers out.. Gender, Work and Organization, 24(1) 57-70. DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12011
Kanji, S. 2013. Do fathers work fewer paid hours when their female partner is the main or an equal earner? Work, Employment and Society. 27(2): 326-342. doi: 10.1177/0950017012460321
Bandyopadhyay, S., Kanji, S., Wang, L. 2011. The impact of rainfall and temperature variation on the prevalence of diarrhea in sub-Saharan Africa, in: Applied Geography 33, S. 63-72.
Kanji, S. 2011. What keeps mothers in full-time employment? European Sociological Review 27 (4) 509-524. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcq022
Kanji, S. 2012. What stops lone mothers from working? Insights from the UK’s Millennium Cohort Study, pp 129-152, In The Costs of Children: Parenting and Democracy in Contemporary Europe edited by David G. Mayes and Mark Thomson. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. DOI:10.1080/1354570042000217775
Wang, L, Kanji,S, Jha,S, and Meurs, M (2015). How have women fared in China: the impact of increasing supply chain trade. Report commissioned by the Asian Development Bank.
Hupka-Brunner, S, Kanji, S and Bergman, M.2012. Gender differences in the transition from secondary to post-secondary education in Switzerland. Report commissioned by the OECD.
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