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Dr Erika Kispeter - Conferences

  • 'The economic crisis and women’s part-time work in Hungary'. BSA Work, Employment and Society Conference, September 6-8, 2016, University of Leeds.
  • 'Local childcare regimes and women's paid work in a Czech and a Hungarian city'. Gender, Work and Organisation Annual Conference, 28-30 June, 2016, Keele University (with Martina Kampichler).
  • 'Class differences in mothers' decisions about paid work and childcare'. Care chains: care regimes, migration and gender equality in an enlarged Europe, NEUJOBS Workshop, 26 January, 2015, Central European University, Hungary.
  • 'Class differences in women carers' work-care reconciliation in contemporary Leeds'. International Sociological Association World Congress, 13-19 July, 2014, Yokohama (with S. Yeandle).
  • 'Mothers’ decision making about childcare and paid work - comparing a Hungarian and an English city'. ‘Revisioning Gender’ Complex Inequalities and Global Dimensions Conference, June 13-14, 2014, University of Stockholm, Sweden.
  • 'Women's decision making about paid work and care in Leeds'. British Sociological Association (BSA) Annual Conference 2014 - Changing Society, 23-25 April 2014, University of Leeds.
  • 'Producing working mothers: maternalist labour control in a Hungarian factory'. BSA Work, Employment and Society Conference, September 3-5, 2013, University of Warwick.
  • 'How do class and family policies intersect in shaping mothers’ inclusion in the labour market?' International Sociological Association, 2013 Annual Conference of Research Committee 19 ‘Poverty, Social Welfare and Social Policy’, August 22-24, Central European University, Hungary.
  • 'Gendered labour market effects of the global economic crisis: a case study from Hungary'. 8th European Feminist Research Conference, May 17-20, 2012, Central European University, Hungary.
  • 'Family policy debates in post-state socialist Hungary: from maternalism to gender equality' QUING: Quality in Gender + Equality Policies in Europe Conference, 2-3 October, 2009, Central European University, Hungary.
  • 'The re-masculinization of the labour market: a case study of the legal profession in Hungary'. 7th European Feminist Research Conference, June 4-7 2009, University of Utrecht, the Netherlands.