Saturday, June 15 / 11:00 - 12:30 G.04

Session 118
Work and Family

Chair: Alina Pavelea, University of Warsaw

1. Work and Family Conflict: Indicators, Changes, and Welfare Policy RegimesShih-Yi Chao , Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

2. Beyond the Clock: Uncovering the Relation between Working Overtime and Paid Parental Leave UptakeFlore Debruyne , Stockholm University.

3. Regional Differences in Childcare Availability and Employment Trajectories around First Childbirth in East and West Germany, 1990-2021Sophia Fauser , Humboldt University of Berlin; Emanuela Struffolino, University of Milan and Humboldt-Univerisität zu Berlin; Asaf Levanon, University of Haifa.

4. Working from Home and Work-Family Conflict Revisited: Longitudinal Evidence from Australia Pre- and Post-PandemicInga Laß , The University of Melbourne; Mark Wooden, University of Melbourne.

5. Plans and Realization of (Re-)Employment among First Time Mothers Three Years after ChildbirthFruzsina Ökrös , Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Zsuzsanna Makay, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute.

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