Michelle BudigCurriculum Vitae
Education and Interests
(Ph.D., Arizona 2001)
Gender Inequality in Labor Markets, Work and Family Conflict, Feminist Theory, Contingent Labor and Self-Employment, Quantitative Methods
Awards and Honors
- 2011 Reuben Hill Award, Research and Theory Section, National Council on Family Relations
- 2009 World Bank / Luxembourg Income Study Gender Research Award
- 2003 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Research Excellence in Families & Work, Center for Families at Purdue University and the Boston College Center for Work & Family
"Cross-National Patterns in Individual and Household Employment and Work Hours by Gender and Parenthood." Joya Misra, Michelle J. Budig, and Irene Boeckmann. Research in the Sociology of Work 22:169-208.
"Work-Family Policy Consequences of Employment and Wages of Mothers." Joya Misra, Michelle J. Budig, and Irene Boeckmann. Community, Work, and Family 14(2):139-57.
"Differences in Disadvantage: How the Wage Penalty for Motherhood Varies Across Women's Earnings Distribution." Michelle J. Budig and Melissa Hodges. The American Sociological Review 75(5):705-28.
"Care Work Employment and Earnings in a Cross-National Perspective." Michelle J. Budig and Joya Misra. The International Labour Review 149(4):441-60.
"Who Gets the Daddy Bonus? Markers of Hegemonic Masculinity and the Impact of First-time Fatherhood on Men's Earnings." Melissa Hodges and Michelle J. Budig. Gender & Society 24(6):717-745.
- 2011 — Catalyst, Inc. (New York, New York), "Gender, Parenthood, Wage Inequalities, and Work-Family Policies." Invited talk.
- 2010 — U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee (Washington, DC), Hearing on "New Evidence for the Gender Pay Gap for Women in Management." Invited expert witness testimony.
- 2010 — Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Conference on Research on Interrelations Between Demographic and Political Processes: Comparative Databases,"'Existing Experiences and Future Potentials (Berlin)' Challenges to Measuring Family Policy Changes in Comparative Research." With Irene Boeckmann.
- 2010 — "Exploring the Heterogeneity of Women's Entrepreneurship in Europe and USA: The Impact of Family Structure and Family Policies in Europe and the US." Vartuhi Tonoyan, Michelle J. Budig, and Robert Strohmeyer. Pp. 137-62 in Women Entrepreneurs and the Global Environment for Growth, edited by A. de Bruin, C.G. Brush, E.J. Gatewood, and C. Henry. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.