Eunmi Mun
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Change above the glass ceiling: Corporate social responsibility and gender diversity in Japanese firms
E Mun, J Jung
Administrative Science Quarterly 63 (2), 409-440, 2018
Rising between-workplace inequalities in high-income countries
D Tomaskovic-Devey, A Rainey, D Avent-Holt, N Bandelj, I Boza, D Cort, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (17), 9277-9283, 2020
Between state and family: managers' implementation and evaluation of parental leave policies in Japan
MC Brinton, E Mun
Socio-Economic Review 14 (2), 257-81, 2016
Workplace matters: The use of parental leave policy in Japan
E Mun, MC Brinton
Work and Occupations 42 (3), 335-369, 2015
Policy generosity, employer heterogeneity, and women’s employment opportunities: the welfare state paradox reexamined
E Mun, J Jung
American Sociological Review 83 (3), 508-535, 2018
Within-job gender pay inequality in 15 countries
AM Penner, T Petersen, AS Hermansen, A Rainey, I Boza, MM Elvira, ...
Nature human behaviour 7 (2), 184-189, 2023
Singlehood in contemporary Japan: Rating, dating, and waiting for a good match
MC Brinton, E Mun, E Hertog
Demographic Research 44, 239, 2021
Sex typing of jobs in hiring: Evidence from Japan
E Mun
Social forces 88 (5), 1999-2026, 2010
Occupations, workplaces or jobs?: An exploration of stratification contexts using administrative data
D Avent-Holt, LF Henriksen, AE Hägglund, J Jung, N Kodama, SM Melzer, ...
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 70, 100456, 2020
Negative compliance as an organizational response to legal pressures: The case of Japanese equal employment opportunity law
E Mun
Social Forces 94 (4), 1409-1437, 2016
The great separation: Top earner segregation at work in high-income countries
O Godechot, P Apascaritei, I Boza, L Henriksen, AS Hermansen, F Hou, ...
MaxPo, 2020
Revisiting the welfare state paradox: A firm-level analysis from Japan
E Mun, MC Brinton
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 47, 33-43, 2017
Ups and downs in finance, ups without downs in inequality
O Godechot, N Neumann, P Apascaritei, I Boza, M Hallsten, L Henriksen, ...
Socio-Economic Review 21 (3), 1601-1627, 2023
Compensatory work devotion: How a culture of overwork shapes women’s parental leave in South Korea
E Oh, E Mun
Gender & Society 36 (4), 552-577, 2022
Meritocracy at Work?: Merit-Based Reward Systems and Gender Wage Inequality
E Mun, N Kodama
Social Forces 100 (4), 1561-1591, 2022
Does diffusion make an institutionally contested practice legitimate? Shareholder responses to downsizing in Japan, 1973–2005
J Jung, E Mun
Organization Studies 38 (10), 1347-1372, 2017
Bending but Not Breaking?: Foreign Investor Pressure and Dividend Payouts by Japanese Firms
J Jung, E Mun
Sociological Forum 31 (3), 663-684, 2016
Workplace volatility and gender inequality: a comparison of the Netherlands and South Korea
J Jung, Z Lippényi, E Mun
Socio-Economic Review 20 (4), 1679-1740, 2022
Changing employment relations under a fractured corporate elite
R Benton, A Hafeez, E Mun
Socio-Economic Review 19 (1), 189-218, 2021
The comparative organizational inequality network: Toward an economic sociology of inequality
D Tomaskovic-Devey, N Bandelj, I Boeckmann, I Boza, D Cort, ...
economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter 19 (1), 15-21, 2017
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