Tanja van der Lippe
Tanja van der Lippe
professor of sociology
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Flexible working, work–life balance, and gender equality: Introduction
H Chung, T Van der Lippe
Social indicators research 151 (2), 365-381, 2020
Co‐workers working from home and individual and team performance
T Van der Lippe, Z Lippényi
New technology, work and employment 35 (1), 60-79, 2020
Comparative research on women's employment
T Van der Lippe, L Van Dijk
Annual Review of Sociology, 221-241, 2002
Understanding the effects of Covid-19 through a life course lens
RA Settersten Jr, L Bernardi, J Härkönen, TC Antonucci, PA Dykstra, ...
Advances in Life Course Research 45, 100360, 2020
Do mothers matter? A comparison of models of the influence of mothers' and fathers' educational and occupational status on children's educational attainment
SE Korupp, HBG Ganzeboom, T Van Der Lippe
Quality and Quantity 36, 17-42, 2002
The effects of time-spatial flexibility and new working conditions on employees’ work–life balance: The Dutch case
P Peters, L Den Dulk, T Van Der Lippe
Community, Work & Family 12 (3), 279-297, 2009
Beyond formal access: Organizational context, working from home, and work–family conflict of men and women in European workplaces
T Van der Lippe, Z Lippényi
Social indicators research 151 (2), 383-402, 2020
Attitudes toward housework and child care and the gendered division of labor
AR Poortman, T Van Der Lippe
Journal of Marriage and Family 71 (3), 526-541, 2009
Combination pressure: The paid work-family balance of men and women in European countries
T Van der Lippe, A Jager, Y Kops
Acta sociologica 49 (3), 303-319, 2006
Researchers working from home: Benefits and challenges
B Aczel, M Kovacs, T Van Der Lippe, B Szaszi
PloS one 16 (3), e0249127, 2021
Effective work‐life balance support for various household structures
LL ten Brummelhuis, T Van Der Lippe
Human Resource Management: Published in Cooperation with the School of …, 2010
A global analysis of the impact of COVID-19 stay-at-home restrictions on crime
AE Nivette, R Zahnow, R Aguilar, A Ahven, S Amram, B Ariel, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (7), 868-877, 2021
Immigrant self-employment: Testing hypotheses about the role of origin-and host-country human capital and bonding and bridging social capital
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen, T Van der Lippe
Work and Occupations 36 (3), 181-208, 2009
Persistent inequalities in time use between men and women: A detailed look at the influence of economic circumstances, policies, and culture
T Van der Lippe, J De Ruijter, E De Ruijter, W Raub
European sociological review 27 (2), 164-179, 2011
Explaining the gender gap in radical right voting: A cross-national investigation in 12 Western European countries
T Immerzeel, H Coffé, T Van der Lippe
Comparative European Politics 13, 263-286, 2015
Boys’ and girls’ educational choices in secondary education. The role of gender ideology
M Van der Vleuten, E Jaspers, I Maas, T van der Lippe
Educational Studies 42 (2), 181-200, 2016
Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in G ermany
A Kanas, BR Chiswick, T Van Der Lippe, F Van Tubergen
International Migration Review 46 (3), 680-709, 2012
Outsourcing of domestic tasks and time-saving effects
T Van der Lippe, K Tijdens, E De Ruijter
Journal of family issues 25 (2), 216-240, 2004
Work characteristics and parent‐child relationship quality: the mediating role of temporal involvement
A Roeters, T Van Der Lippe, ES Kluwer
Journal of Marriage and family 72 (5), 1317-1328, 2010
The role of social contacts in the employment status of immigrants: A panel study of immigrants in Germany
A Kanas, F Van Tubergen, T Van der Lippe
International Sociology 26 (1), 95-122, 2011
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