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    • The Cost of Workplace Flexibility for High-Powered Professionals 

      Goldin, Claudia D.; Katz, Lawrence F. (SAGE Publications, 2011)
      The authors study the pecuniary penalties for family-related amenities in the workplace (e.g., job interruptions, short hours, part-time work, and flexibility during the workday), how women have responded to them, and how ...
    • The Long Road to the Fast Track: Career and Family 

      Goldin, Claudia (SAGE Publications, 2004)
      The career and family outcomes of college graduate women suggest that the twentieth century contained five distinct cohorts. The first cohort, graduating college from 1900 to 1920, had either "family or career." The second, ...
    • Women and the Problem of Family in Early African Nationalist History and Historiography 

      Healy-Clancy, Meghan Elisabeth (Taylor and Francis, 2012)
      Women played critical roles in making African nationalism ideologically and practically possible in South Africa. They not only participated in organisations, institutions, and campaigns that were well-documented by ...