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Here is a selection of my published manuscripts and working papers, more or less grouped by topic. In alphabetical order:

My complete CV is here (PDF). Feel free to contact me (see footer) if you can’t access a paper that’s on an external site – some require subscriptions – or if you would like a working paper that’s not on line.

Education & gender in education

  • Weeden, Kim A., Dafna Gelbgiser, and Stephen L. Morgan. 2015. Supplementary Tables for Pipeline Dreams: Gender Differences in Occupational Plans and STEM Major Completion among a Recent Cohort of US College Entrants. Working paper presented at the PAA annual meeting, April 2015. (Please contact me for a copy of the paper.)
  • Morgan, Stephen L., Dafna Gelbgiser, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. Feeding the Pipeline: Gender, Occupational Plans, and College Major Selection. Social Science Research 86(3):197-217. Paper (PDF), Supplementary Appendix (PDF)
  • Morgan, Stephen L., Theodore Leenman, Jennifer Todd, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. Stutter-Step Models of Performance in School. Social Forces 91(4):1451-1474. PDF
  • Weeden, Kim A., Sarah Thebaud, and Dafna Gelbgiser. nd. Degrees of Difference: Gender Segregation of US Doctorates by Field and Program Prestige. Working Paper, Cornell University.
  • Morgan, Stephen L., Theodore Leenman, Jennifer Todd, and Kim A. Weeden. 2013. Occupational Plans, Beliefs about Educational Requirements, and Patterns of College Entry. Sociology of Education 42(4):989-1005. Paper (dx.doi.org), Supplementary Appendix (PDF)

Gender inequality in labor markets

  • Cha, Youngjoo, and Kim A. Weeden. 2014. Overwork and the Slow Convergence in the Gender Gap in Wages. American Sociological Review 79(3): 457-484.
    PDF (ASR online: requires subscription, or contact me for a copy)
    PDF (online supplement)

Media coverage: Harvard Business Review (Sarah Green); London School of Economics (Youngjoo Cha); Harvard Kennedy School (Justin Feldman); Cornell Chronicle (H Roger Segelken); The Nation (Nancy Folbre); Boston Review (Claude Fischer); The Dish (Andrew Sullivan); Forbes (Susan Adams); NJBIZ (Meg Fry); Time; Washington Post; Business Week; Huffington Post; Council on Contemporary Families Brief Report; The Economist .

  • Weeden, Kim A. 2005. Is There a Flexiglass Ceiling? Social Science Research 34(2):454-82. Link (dx.doi.org)
  • Weeden, Kim A. 2004. Profiles of Change: Sex Segregation in the United States, 1910-2000. Pp. 131-78 in Occupational Ghettos, by Maria Charles and David Grusky. Stanford: Stanford University Press. PDF
  • Weeden, Kim A., and Jesper Sørensen. 2004. A Framework for Analyzing Industrial and Occupational Sex Segregation in the United States. Pp. 245-96 in Occupational Ghettos, by Maria Charles and David Grusky. Stanford: Stanford University Press. PDF
  • Weeden, Kim A. 1998. Revisiting Occupational Segregation in the United States: Results from a Log-Linear Approach Demography 35(4):475-87. Link (springerlink)

 

 Income inequality & closure

  • Bol, Thijs, and Kim A. Weeden. 2014. Occupational Closure and Wage Inequality in Germany and the UK. European Sociological Review. Link to online first edition (ESR)
  • Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. 2014. Inequality and Market Failure. American Behavioral Scientist. 58(3):473-491. Link (Sage Press)
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2013 (January). Why is There so Much Poverty? Pp. 71-88 in Occupy the Future, edited by Grusky, McAdam, Reich, and Satz. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Link (MIT Press)
  • Weeden, Kim A., Young-Mi Kim, Matthew Di Carlo, and David B. Grusky. 2007. Social Class and Earnings Inequality. American Behavioral Scientist 50(5):702-36. Link (Sage Press)
  • Weeden, Kim A. 2002. Why Do Some Occupations Pay More Than Others? American Journal of Sociology 108(1):55-101. Link (JSTOR)

 Social classes, “microclasses,” & measuring inequality

  • Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. 2012. The Three Worlds of Inequality. American Journal of Sociology 117(6): 1723-1785. Link (JSTOR)
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2008. Are there Social Classes? A Framework for Testing Sociology’s Favorite Concept. Pp. 65-89 in Social Class: How Does it Work?, edited by Annette Lareau and Dalton Conley. NY: Russell Sage. PDF
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2007. Measuring Poverty: The Case for a Sociological Approach. Ch. 2 in The Many Dimensions of Poverty, edited by Nanak Kakwani and Jacques Silber. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave MacMillan. PDF
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2006. Does the Sociological Approach to Studying Social Mobility Have a Future? Pp. 85-108 in Mobility and Inequality: Frontiers of Research from Sociology and Economics, edited by SL Morgan, G Fields, and DB Grusky. Stanford: Stanford University Press. PDF
  • Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. 2005. The Case for a New Class Map. American Journal of Sociology 111(1):141-212. Link (dx.doi.org)
  • Weeden, Kim A., and David B. Grusky. 2005. Are There Any Big Classes at All? Pp. 3-56 in The Shape of Social Inequality: Stratification and Ethnicity in Comparative Perspective, edited by David Bills (in honor of Archibald Haller). Published as Volume 22 of Research in Social Stratification and Mobility. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Link (dx.doi.org)
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2002. Class Analysis and the Heavy Weight of Convention. Acta Sociologica 45(3): 229-36. Link (JSTOR)
  • Grusky, David B., Kim A. Weeden, and Jesper Sørensen. 2001. The Case for Realism in Class Analysis. Political Power and Social Theory 14: 291-205.