Charlotta Magnusson
Charlotta Magnusson
Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), Stockholm University
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Gender, occupational prestige, and wages: A test of devaluation theory
C Magnusson
European Sociological Review 25 (1), 87-101, 2009
Why is there a gender wage gap according to occupational prestige? An analysis of the gender wage gap by occupational prestige and family obligations in Sweden
C Magnusson
Acta Sociologica 53 (2), 99-117, 2010
A Scandinavian success story? Women’s labour market outcomes in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden
A Grönlund, K Halldén, C Magnusson
Acta Sociologica 60 (2), 97-119, 2017
Devaluation, crowding or skill specificity? Exploring the mechanisms behind the lower wages in female professions
A Grönlund, C Magnusson
Social Science Research 42 (4), 1006-1017, 2013
Gender, parenthood and wage differences: The importance of time-consuming job characteristics
C Magnusson, M Nermo
Social indicators research 131, 797-816, 2017
More women, lower pay? Occupational sex composition, wages and wage growth
C Magnusson
Acta Sociologica 56 (3), 227-245, 2013
Family-friendly policies and women's wages–is there a trade-off? Skill investments, occupational segregation and the gender pay gap in Germany, Sweden and the UK
A Grönlund, C Magnusson
European Societies 18 (1), 91-113, 2016
Stagnation only on the surface? T he implications of skill and family responsibilities for the gender wage gap in S weden, 1974–2010
K Boye, K Halldén, C Magnusson
The British journal of sociology 68 (4), 595-619, 2017
The gender wage gap in highly prestigious occupations: a case study of Swedish medical doctors
C Magnusson
Work, employment and society 30 (1), 40-58, 2016
From childhood to young adulthood: The importance of self-esteem during childhood for occupational achievements among young men and women
C Magnusson, M Nermo
Journal of Youth Studies 21 (10), 1392-1410, 2018
Internalising and externalising problems during adolescence and the subsequent likelihood of being not in employment, education or training (NEET) among males and females: the …
S Plenty, C Magnusson, SB Låftman
SSM-population Health 15, 100873, 2021
Ojämlikhetens dimensioner: uppväxtvillkor, arbete och hälsa i Sverige.
M Evertsson, C Magnusson
Liber, 2014
Flexible time–but is the time owned? Family friendly and family unfriendly work arrangements, occupational gender composition and wages: a test of the mother-friendly job …
C Magnusson
Community, Work & Family 24 (3), 291-314, 2021
Do atypical individuals make atypical choices? Examining how gender patterns in personality relate to occupational choice and wages among five professions in Sweden
A Grönlund, C Magnusson
Gender Issues 35, 153-178, 2018
Könslönegapets utveckling. Betydelsen av yrkets kvalifikationsnivå och familjeansvar
K Boye, K Halldén, C Magnusson
Liber, 2014
Arbete, hälsa och genus: betydelsen av yrkets könssammansättning för kvinnors och mäns villkor i arbetslivet
S Kjellsson, C Magnusson, M Tåhlin
Fritzes, 2014
Mind the gap: Essays on explanations of gender wage inequality
C Magnusson
The Swedish Institute for Social Research (SOFI), Stockholm University, 2010
Do health complaints in adolescence negatively predict the chance of entering tertiary education in young adulthood?
SB Låftman, C Magnusson
Scandinavian journal of public health 45 (8), 878-885, 2017
The constant gap: Parenthood premiums in Sweden 1968–2010
M Bygren, M Gähler, C Magnusson
Social Forces 100 (1), 137-168, 2021
Self-reported mental health problems in adolescence and occupational prestige in young adulthood: A 10-year follow-up study
C Magnusson, SB Låftman
Children and Youth Services Review 101, 174-180, 2019
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