Eva Fodor
Eva Fodor
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Family policies and gender in Hungary, Poland, and Romania
E Fodor, C Glass, J Kawachi, L Popescu
Communist and post-communist studies 35 (4), 475-490, 2002
From public to private maternalism? Gender and welfare in Poland and Hungary after 1989
C Glass, E Fodor
Social Politics 14 (3), 323-350, 2007
Smiling women and fighting men: the gender of the communist subject in state socialist Hungary
E Fodor
Gender & society 16 (2), 240-263, 2002
Gender in transition: unemployment in Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia
E Fodor
East European Politics and Societies 11 (03), 470-500, 1997
Working difference: Women’s working lives in Hungary and Austria, 1945–1995
É Fodor
Duke University Press, 2003
Changes in gender inequality in six Eastern European countries
T Van der Lippe, E Fodor
Acta sociologica 41 (2-3), 131-149, 1998
Left turn in postcommunist politics: bringing class back in?
I Szelenyi, E Fodor, E Hanley
East European Politics and Societies 11 (1), 190-224, 1996
The racialization and feminization of poverty
RJ Emigh, E Fodor, I Szelényi
Poverty, ethnicity, and gender in Eastern Europe during the market …, 2001
Public maternalism goes to market: Recruitment, hiring, and promotion in postsocialist Hungary
C Glass, E Fodor
Gender & Society 25 (1), 5-26, 2011
Racial differences in occupational status and income in South Africa, 1880 and 1881
DJ Treiman, M McKeever, E Fodor
Demography 33 (1), 111-132, 1996
Women at work: The status of women in the labour markets of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland
É Fodor
UNRISD Occasional Paper, 2005
A different type of gender gap: how women and men experience poverty
E Fodor
East European Politics and Societies 20 (1), 14-39, 2006
Gender and the experience of poverty in Eastern Europe and Russia after 1989
E Fodor
Communist and Post-Communist Studies 35 (4), 369-382, 2002
The new political and cultural elite
E Fodor, E Wnuk-Lipinski, N Yershova
Theory and Society, 783-800, 1995
The state socialist emancipation project: Gender inequality in workplace authority in Hungary and Austria
É Fodor
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 29 (3), 783-813, 2004
Back to the kitchen? Gender role attitudes in 13 East European countries
É Fodor, A Balogh
Zeitschrift für Familienforschung 22 (3), 289-307, 2010
Making the ‘reserve army’invisible: Lengthy parental leave and women’s economic marginalisation in Hungary
E Fodor, E Kispeter
European Journal of Women's Studies 21 (4), 382-398, 2014
“Economic development” and gender equality: explaining variations in the gender poverty gap after socialism
E Fodor, D Horn
Social Problems 62 (2), 286-308, 2015
The Political Woman? Women in POlitics in Hungary.
E Fodor
Women in the Politics of Postcommunist Eastern Europe, 142-168, 1998
Gender mainstreaming and its consequences in the European Union
É Fodor
The Analyst 2 (2), 1-16, 2006
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