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MICHELLE J. BUDIG
Social and Demographic Research Institute
W33CD Machmer Hall
University of Massachusetts
240 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA 01003-9278
E-mail [email protected]
Phone: 413-545-5972
Fax: 413-545-0746
Updated August 17, 2007
EDUCATION
Ph.D. August 2001
Sociology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Title: “Professionals, Carpenters, and Child Care Workers: Sex Differences in Self-Employment
Participation and Earnings”
Dissertation Advisor: Paula England
Dissertation Committee: Richard Arum, Paula England, Theodore Gerber, and Donald S. Grant
M.A. December 1996
Sociology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
“Male Tokens in Female Dominated Occupations: Are They Riding a Glass Escalator?”
B.A. May 1993
Majors in Sociology and English, Minors in Women’s Studies and Religion
Augsburg College, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Summa Cum Laude, Honors Program Graduate
1991-1992 Study of English Literature
University of Aberdeen, Scotland
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2007-2008
Humboldt Fellow and Visiting Professor, Max Planck Institute for
Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany
2001-present Associate Professor, (2001-2006 Assistant Professor) Department of Sociology
and Faculty Research Associate, Social & Demographic Research Institute,
University of Massachusetts.
2004-present Faculty Associate, Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of
Massachusetts
2004-2007
Associate Director, Social & Demographic Research Institute, University of
Massachusetts
1996-2001
Research Associate/Assistant for Paula England at the University of Arizona,
Department of Sociology and at the University of Pennsylvania, Population
Studies Center.
2000
Instructor, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Sociology.
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Sum., 1999
Research Associate for Richard Arum at the University of Arizona, Department
of Sociology.
1998
Instructor, University of Arizona, Department of Sociology.
1993-1995
Research Associate, Wilder Research Center, Wilder Foundation, St. Paul, MN.
1991-1993
Research Assistant, the Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc.
(MMEP), Minneapolis, MN.
AWARDS AND HONORS
• 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
• 1999 Thompson Award, ASA Section on Organizations, Occupations, & Work
• 1999 Honorable Mention for Sally Hacker Award, ASA Section on Sex & Gender
• 1999 Second Place for Best Graduate Student Paper, ASA Section on the Family
• 1998 Thompson Award, ASA Section on Organizations, Occupations, & Work
• 1998 Sally Hacker Award, ASA Section on Sex & Gender
• 1997 and 1998 Bowers Awards, University of Arizona
• 1994 Rose Award, Sociologists of Minnesota
PUBLICATIONS AND WORKS IN PROGRESS
Academic Articles and Chapters
Forthcoming “Work-Family Policies and Poverty for Partnered and Single Women in Europe
and North America.” With Joya Misra and Stephanie Moller. Gender & Society,
December 2007.
Forthcoming “Pay Equity.” With Dustin Avent-Holt. In Encyclopedia on Race and Racism,
John H. Moore, editor. MacMillan Press.
2007
“Employment, Wages, and Poverty: Reconciliation Policies and Gender Equity.”
Joya Misra, Michelle J. Budig, and Stephanie Moller. Journal of Comparative
Policy Analysis 9(2):135-155.
2007
“Why Are Some Academic Fields Tipping Toward Female?” With Paula
England, Paul Allison, Sun Li, Jennifer Thompson, Noah Mark, and Han Sun.
Sociology of Education 80(January):23-42.
2006
“Intersections on the Road to Self-Employment: Gender, Family, and
Occupational Class.” Michelle J. Budig. Social Forces 84(4):2223-39.
2006
“Gender, Self-Employment, and Earnings: The Interlocking Structures of Family
and Professional Status.” Michelle J. Budig. Gender & Society 20(6):725-53.
2005
“Discrimination.” Michelle J. Budig and Jesse Barba. Pp. 144-147 in
International Encyclopedia of Economic Sociology, edited by Jens Beckert and
Milan Zafirovski. New York: Routledge.
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2004
“Feminism and the Family.” Michelle J. Budig. Pp. 416-434 in The Blackwell
Companion to Sociology of the Family, edited by Jacqueline L. Scott, Judith K.
Treas, and Martin Richards. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.
2004
“Activity, Proximity, or Responsibility? Measuring Parental Childcare Time.”
Michelle J. Budig and Nancy Folbre. Pp. 51-68 in Family Time: The Social
Organization of Care, edited by Nancy Folbre and Michael Bittman. New York:
Routledge.
2004
“Sex Differences.” Michelle J. Budig. Pp. 713-717 in Men and Masculinities: A
Social, Cultural, and Historical Encyclopedia, edited by Michael Messner and
Amy Aronson. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio Press.
2003
“Are Women’s Employment and Fertility Histories Interdependent? An
Examination of Causal Order Using Event History Analysis.” Michelle J. Budig.
Social Science Research Review 32(3):376-401.
2002
“Male Advantage and the Gender Composition of Jobs: Who Rides the Glass
Escalator?” Michelle J. Budig. Social Problems 49(2):258-277.
** Winner of the 2003 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research**
2002
“Wages of Virtue: The Relative Pay of Care Work.” Paula England, Michelle J.
Budig, and Nancy Folbre. Social Problems. 49(4):455-473.
2001
“The Wage Penalty for Motherhood.” Michelle J. Budig and Paula England.
American Sociological Review 66:204-225.
Condensed version reprinted in Amy Wharton, ed. 2004. Gender Theory
and Research: An Introduction. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.
Reprinted in Cary L. Cooper and Gary Starbuck, ed. 2005. Work and
Workers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
**Named as one of the top ten most influential articles in the field of Organizations, Occupations
and Work by ASA section on Organizations, Occupations, and Work in 2004 **
**Finalist for the 2002 Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research**
2001
“Labor Market Regulation and the Growth of Self-Employment.” Richard Arum,
Michelle J. Budig and Donald S. Grant. International Journal of Sociology
30(4):3-27.
1998
“Gary Becker on the Family: His Genius, Impact, and Blind Spots.” Paula
England and Michelle J. Budig. Pp. 95-111 in Required Reading: Sociology’s
Most Influential Books, edited by Dan Clawson. Amherst, MA: University of
Massachusetts Press.
Book Reviews
Forthcoming “Selling Women Short: Gender and Money on Wall Street,” by Louise Marie
Roth. Michelle J. Budig. Contemporary Sociology.
2004
“It's About Time: Couples and Careers" edited by Phyllis Moen. Michelle J.
Budig. Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal 31(3):1-3.
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2004
“Women and the Economy: A Reader” edited by Ellen Mutari & Deborah Figart.
Michelle J. Budig and Afiya Amzil. Contemporary Sociology 33(6):676-77.
Service Articles and Reports
2001
“Attention Graduate Students! Advice for Going on the Job Market.” Michelle J.
Budig. ASA Sex and Gender Section Newsletter, March 2001.
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Race Relations and Public Schools: An Annotated Bibliography. Michelle J.
Budig with the Minnesota Minority Education Partnership, Inc. Minneapolis,
MN: Starsetters Press.
Work Under Review
“Race and Childlessness in America: Similarities in Trends and Pathways to
Childlessness among Black and White Women, 1988-2002.” With Jennifer
Lundquist and Anna Curtis. Under Review at Demography.
"The Romance of College Attendance: Higher Education Stratification and Mate
Selection." With Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa. Under Review at Research in
Social Stratification and Mobility.
“Feminist Theory.” With Katherine Jones. Invited essay for Encyclopedia of
Social Problems, Vincent N. Parrillo, editor. Sage Publications. Under Review.
Work in Progress
“Sons and Fathers: The Effect of Child Gender on the Wage Premium for
Fatherhood in a Cross-National Perspective.” With Janet Gornick and Irene
Boeckmann.
“Racial Differences and Similarities Among Childless, Only-Child, and Multiple
Children American Women, 1988-2001.” With Jennifer Lundquist, Anna Curtis,
and Emmanuel Harris.
“Family Policies and the Wage Penalty for Mothers Cross-Nationally.” With
Joya Misra and Irene Boeckmann.
“Racial Differences in the Effects of Education on Earnings: Findings from the
NLSY, 1979-2000.” With Melissa Fugiero.
“Differences in Disadvantage: How the Wage Penalty for Motherhood Varies
Across Women’s Earnings Distribution.” With Melissa Hodges.
“Trends in Women’s and Men’s Self-Employment Participation, 1950-2000.”
Michelle J. Budig.
“Employment Quality and the Work Trajectories of Non-College Youth.”
Michelle J. Budig.
“Changing Rhythms of American Family Life,” by Suzanne M. Bianchi, John P.
Robinson, and Melissa A. Milkie. Michelle J. Budig. Book Review for Industrial
and Labor Relations Review.
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GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND SCHOLARSHIPS
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Under Review, “The Cross-National Impact of Social Policies on Family Well-Being,”
with Joya Misra. Submitted to National Institute for Child Health and Development.
2007-08, Humboldt Research Fellowship “Work-Family Reconciliation Policies,
Women’s Employment, and Family Formation Outcomes: A Cross-National Analysis.”
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation to conduct research at the Max Planck Institute
for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany.
2006-08, “The Cross-National Effects of Work-Family Policies on the Wage Penalty for
Motherhood,” with Joya Misra. National Science Foundation, $108,000
2007, Entrepreneurship Boot Camp Research Workshop. Funding from the Frank
Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill, Raleigh, NC.
2006-07 Family Research Fellow, Center for Research on Families, University of
Massachusetts
2005 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty Proposal Preparation Course
Release, University of Massachusetts
2004 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty Research Grant, $2,500
2004 College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Travel Grant, University of
Massachusetts
2003 Summer Workshop for the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 Cohort,
Bureau of Labor Statistics
2002 Faculty Travel Grant, University of Massachusetts
Pre-doctoral funding from the MacArthur Network on the Family & the Economy,
August 1997-June 2001
1995-96 Graduate Student Fellowship, University of Arizona
1994-95 Graduate Student Fellowship, University of Minnesota
1989-93 President’s Scholarship, Augsburg College
1989 Elks Foundation Scholarship, Owatonna, Minnesota
PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED TALKS
2007
American Sociological Association (New York, NY) “Racial Differences in the
Effects of Education on Earnings: Findings from the NLSY, 1979-2000.” With
Melissa Fugiero.
2007
American Sociological Association (New York, NY) “Predictors of US Childless
and Only Child Families, 1988-2002? Extending the Question to African
American Women.” With Jennifer Lundquist.
2007
Population Association of America (New York, NY) “Racial Differences and
Similarities among Childless American Women, 1988 – 2002.” With Jennifer
Lundquist.
2007
Population Association of America (New York, NY) Discussant for Session,
“Gender and Work.”
2006
Cornell University, Department of Organizational Behavior (Ithaca, New York)
“Self-Employment Participation and Earnings: The Effects of Gender, Family,
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and Professional Status”
2006
National Center for Health Statistics National Survey of Family Growth Research
Conference (Hyattsville, MD) “A Time Series Approach to Racial Differences
and Similarities Among Childless, Only-Child, and Multiple Children American
Women, 1988-2002.” With Jennifer Lundquist.
2006
American Sociological Association (Montreal, Canada) Discussant for Sex and
Gender Paper Session, “Emerging Issues in Gender Inequality and Work.”
2006
Eastern Sociological Association (Boston, MA) “Racial Differences and
Similarities Among Childless, Only-Child, and Multiple Children American
Women, 1988-2001.” With Jennifer Lundquist, Emmanuel Harris, and Anna
Curtis.
2006
Center for Public Policy Administration, University of Massachusetts (Amherst,
MA) “Employment, Wags, Poverty, and Parenthood: Family Reconciliation
Policies and Gender Equity in a Comparative Perspective.”
2005
International Sociological Association Research Committee 19 Annual
Conference “Retheorizing Welfare States: Restructuring States, Restructuring
Analyses” (Chicago, IL) “Employment, Wages, and Poverty: Reconciliation
Policies and Gender Equity.” With Joya Misra and Stephanie Moller.
2005
American Sociological Association (Philadelphia, PA) “Employment, Wages, and
Poverty: Reconciliation Policies and Gender Equity.” With Joya Misra and
Stephanie Moller.
2005
Congressional Briefing sponsored by the Center for Economic Policy Analysis
(Washington, DC) “The Wage Penalty for Motherhood.”
2005
Southern Sociological Society (Charlotte, NC) “Employment, Wages, and
Poverty: Family Policies and Gender Equity.” With Joya Misra and Stephanie
Moller.
2005
Eastern Sociological Association (Washington DC) “Gender, Wages, and
Poverty: Family Policies and Gender Equity." With Joya Misra and Stephanie
Moller.
2004
University of Connecticut, Center for Population Research, (Storrs, CT)
“Intersections on the Road to Self-Employment: Gender, Family, and
Occupational Class.”
2004
Linking Informal and Formal Carework: Perspectives from Research,
Policymakers, and Advocates, 4th Annual Carework Conference (San Francisco,
CA) “Family Policies and the Wage Penalty for Mothers Cross-Nationally.” With
Joya Misra.
2004
International Sociological Association conference on Work-Life Balance Across
the Lifecourse (Edinburgh, Scotland) “Mother-Workers and Glass Ceiling
Breakers: Dual Pathways to Women’s Self-Employment Participation.”
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2004
Population Association of America (Boston, MA) “Why Are Some Academic
Fields Tipping towards Female?” With Paula England, Paul Allison, and Sun Li.
2004
Eastern Sociological Association (New York City) “The Wage Penalties of
Caring Occupations and Caring for Children.”
2003
American Sociological Association (Atlanta, GA) “Sex Differences in SelfEmployment Participation in the United States, 1950-2000.”
2003
Population Association of America (Minneapolis, MN) “Trends in Women’s SelfEmployment Participation, 1950-2000.”
2002
International Association for Time Use Research (Lisbon, Portugal) “Child Care
vs. Child-Minding: Measuring Activities, Responsibilities, and Time.”
2002
Population Association of America (Atlanta, GA) “Boon or Bust? Sex
Differences in Returns to Earnings for Self-Employment.”
2001
American Sociological Association (Anaheim, CA) “Gender, Family Status, and
Job Characteristics: Determinants of Self-Employment Participation for a Young
Cohort, 1979-1998.”
2000
American Sociological Association (Washington, DC) “The Sex Gap in Pay and
Characteristics of Self-Employed Men and Women: Findings from the NLSY
1998.”
1999
American Sociological Association (Chicago, IL) “The Wage Penalty for
Motherhood.” With Paula England.
1999
American Economic Association (New York, NY) “The Effects of Motherhood
on Wages in Recent Cohorts: Findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of
Youth.” With Paula England.
1998
American Sociological Association (San Francisco, CA) “Are Women’s
Employment and Fertility Histories Interdependent? An Examination of Causal
Order.”
1997
American Sociological Association (Toronto, Canada) “Women’s Employment
and Fertility Histories: An Examination of Causal Order by Race.”
1996
American Sociological Association (New York, NY) “Male Tokens in Female
Dominated Occupations: Are They Riding a Glass Escalator?”
1995
American Educators and Educational Professionals Annual Meeting (Orlando,
FL) “Outcomes of a Truancy Intervention Project.”
1993
Sociologists of Minnesota Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, MN) “Anafranil Fraud:
A Case Study in Organizational Deviance.”
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Courses Taught
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University of Massachusetts
Graduate Seminars
Undergraduate Courses
University of Pennsylvania
Undergraduate Courses
University of Arizona
Undergraduate Course
“Gender and Employment,” “Gender and Society,” “Labor
Market Inequality,” & “Introduction to Statistical Methods”
“Elementary Statistics,” “Gender and Society,” “Work and
Society,” & “Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity”
“Sociology of Gender” & “Social Problems and Public
Policy”
“Sociology of Women”
Graduate Students Supervised
Dissertation Committees Chaired:
Cathryn Brubaker [2007]
Dissertation Committees:
Catherine Haskins [2007 expected]
Masters Committees Chaired:
Ayse Yetis [2007]
Melissa Fugiero [2006]
Masters Committees:
Carla Russell [2007]
Kathleen Boggs [2007]
Amrita Pande [2006]
Collette Nadeau [2004]
Yujia Liu [2004]
Comprehensive Exam Committees Chaired:
Melissa Hodges [2008 expected]
Irene Boeckmann [2007 expected]
Emmanuel Harris [2007 expected]
Melissa Fugiero [2006]
Dustin Avent-Holt [2005]
Comprehensive Exam Committees:
Jessica Looze [2007 expected]
Amrita Pande [2006]
Hilton Kelly [2004; 2005]
Gregory Adams [2003]
Cathryn Brubaker [2002]
SERVICE
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National Service for the Discipline
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Organizer, Population Association of America Annual Meeting, 2008
Council Member (elected), 2007-2009, American Sociological Association section on
Sex & Gender
Organizer, American Sociological Association Section on Sex & Gender Annual Meeting
Roundtables, 2007
Chair, Nominations Committee, American Sociological Association Section on Sex &
Gender, 2005-06
Member, Committee on the Status of Women, Eastern Sociological Society, 2005-07
Member, Nominations Committee, American Sociological Association Section on
Organizations, Occupations, and Work, 2005-06
Member, Rose Laub Coser Committee, Eastern Sociological Society, 2005-06
Invited Speaker, Congressional Briefing sponsored by the Center for Economic Policy
Analysis (Washington, DC). June 2005.
Invited Participant, 4th Annual Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA Invitational
Journalism-Work/Family Conference (Boston, MA). Co-sponsored by the Community,
Families & Work Program at Brandeis University and the Department of Journalism at
the Boston University College of Communication. May, 2005.
Award Committee Member, 2004 - 2006 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Awards for Excellence
in Work-Family Research, Center for Families at Purdue University and the Boston
College Center for Work and Family
Candidate for Council Member, 2004, American Sociological Association section on
Organizations, Occupations, & Work
Session Organizer, American Sociological Association Annual Meeting 2003
Session Organizer, Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2002
Session Presider, Population Association of America Annual Meeting 2001
Council Member, ASA Section on Sex & Gender, 2000-01
Council Member, ASA Section on Organizations, Occupations, & Work, 1998-2000
Program Committee Member, ASA Section on Organizations, Occupations, & Work,
1999
Journal Referee
American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, Demography, Feminist
Economics, Gender and Society, Humanistic Sociology, Industrial Relations: A Journal of
Economy and Society, Journal of Family Issues, Journal of Marriage and the Family, Population
Studies, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, Small Business Economics: An International Journal,
Social Forces, Social Problems, Social Science Quarterly, Social Science Research, Sociological
Forum, The Sociological Quarterly and Work and Occupations.
Occasional Reviewer of Book Proposals for Oxford University Press, McGraw-Hill, and
Roxbury Publishing.
Grant Review Activities
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Reviewer, Policy Brief Series, University of North Carolina Center on Poverty, Work,
and Opportunity, 2006
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Reviewer, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Grants Subcommittee, University
of Massachusetts, 2006-2007
Reviewer, Israel Science Foundation, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2004
Reviewer, Professional Staff Congress-City University of New York (PSC-CUNY)
Research Award Program, 2004 and 2007
Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Educational Materials Development: Course,
Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program, 2003
Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Sociology Program, Economics Program, 2002
Organizational Memberships
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Member, American Sociological Association (Member of Sex and Gender Section, of
Organizations, Occupations and Work Section, and of Section on the Family) 1996present
Member, Eastern Sociological Association, 2003-present
Member, Population Association of America, 2000-present
Member, Sociologists for Women in Society, 2001-present
University Service
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Member, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Council, 2006-2007
University of Massachusetts
Member, Personnel Committee, 2006-2007, University of Massachusetts
Member, Departmental Chair Search Committee, 2005-2006, University of
Massachusetts
Faculty Reviewer, 2004-2006, 10th, 11th, and 12th Annual Undergraduate Conferences,
Commonwealth College, University of Massachusetts
Member, Recruitment Committee, 2005-2006, University of Massachusetts
Member, Recruitment Committee, 2003-2004, University of Massachusetts
Member, Recruitment Committee, 2002-2003, University of Massachusetts
Member, Graduate Studies Committee, 2002-2003, University of Massachusetts
Member, Hiring Committee for Research Support Analyst, 1998, University of Arizona
Member, Recruitment Committee, 1995-1996, University of Arizona
Professional Service to the Community
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Member, Williamsburg Library Planning Community Committee, June-October 2004,
Williamsburg, Massachusetts
Delegate, Massachusetts Democratic Convention, May 2002, Worchester, Massachusetts
Participant, Working Families Massachusetts Conference, October 2001, Boston,
Massachusetts
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