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Raven, Judith, Achterberg, Peter, van der Veen, Romke and Yerkes, Mara (2011) An Institutional Embeddedness of Welfare Opinions? The Link between Public Opinion and Social Policy in the Netherlands (1970-2004). Journal of Social Policy, 40 2: 369-386. doi:10.1017/S0047279410000577 86   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Yerkes, Mara (2010). Childcare as a social risk in the Netherlands. In Peter Kemp (Ed.), Social protection for a post-industrial world (pp. 77-94) Antwerp, The Netherlands: Intersentia. 32  
Yerkes, Mara (2013) Choice or constraint? Women's weekly working hours in comparative perspective. Sociologia, 72 9-30. doi:10.7458/SPP2013722616 25   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Wattis, L, Yerkes, Mara, Lloyd, S, Hernandez-Sanchez, M, Dawson, L, Standing, K and Standing, M (2006) Combining Work and Family Life: removing the barriers to women’s progression. : 29  
Yerkes, Mara and Tijdens, Kea (2012). Corporatism and the mediation of social risks. In Romke van der Veen, Mara Yerkes and Peter Achterberg (Ed.), The transformation of solidarity: changing risks and the future of the welfare state (pp. 115-138) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press. 50 1
Yerkes, Mara and van der Veen, Romke (2012). Crisis and welfare state change in the Netherlands. In Bent Greve (Ed.), The times they are a changing? Crisis and the welfare state (pp. 101-115) Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. 45 1
Yerkes, Mara and van der Veen, Romke (2011) Crisis and welfare state change in the Netherlands. Social Policy and Administration, 45 4: 430-444. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9515.2011.00783.x 34   4 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Yerkes, Mara (2010) Diversity in work: The heterogeneity of women's employment patterns. Gender, Work and Organization, 17 6: 696-720. doi:10.1111/j.1468-0432.2009.00462.x 37   8 Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Yerkes, Mara (2006). Diversity in work: The heterogeneity of women’s labour market participation patterns. AIAS Working paper 06/45, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies. 46  
Pruijt, Hans and Yerkes, Mara A. (2014) Empowerment as contested terrain: employability of the Dutch workforce. European Societies, 16 1: 48-67. doi:10.1080/14616696.2013.809465 21   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Yerkes, Mara A., van de Schoot, Rens and Sonneveld, Hans (2012) Genderongelijkheid in het Nederlandse promotiestelsel: een verkennend onderzoek. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 15 3: 7-23. 87 12
Yerkes, Mara (2008) Keuze of Belemmering? De Arbeidsmarktparticipatie van vrouwen (Choice or Constraint: Women’s Labor Market Participation). Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 2: 170-187. 46  
Yerkes, Mara (2008). Les préférences des femmes en matière d’emploi aux Pays-Bas, en Allemagne et au Royaume-Uni. In Blanche Le Bihan-Youinou and Claude Martin (Ed.), Concilier vie familiale et vie professionnelle en Europe (pp. 163-186) Rennes, France: Presses de l'École des hautes études en santé publique. 22  
Wattis, Louise, Standing, Kay and Yerkes, Mara A. (2013) Mothers and work-life balance: Exploring the contradictions and complexities involved in work-family negotiation. Community, Work and Family, 16 1: 1-19. doi:10.1080/13668803.2012.722008 31   Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Achterberg, Peter and Yerkes, Mara (2009) One Welfare State Emerging? Convergence versus divergence in 16 western countries. Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 25 3: 189-201. doi:10.1080/17486830903189931 44   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Bill Martin, Mara Yerkes, Hewitt, Belinda, Baird, M., Jones, Andrew Eric, Emily Rose, Judith Rose, Davis, K., Laetitia Coles and Ning Xiang (2013) Paid parental leave evaluation: Phase 2 report Canberra, ACT, Australia: Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs 19 9
Visser, J. and Yerkes, Mara (2008). Part-time work and the legacy of breadwinner welfare states : A panel study of women's employment patterns in Germany, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands, 1992-2002. In Lane Kenworthy and Alexander Hicks (Ed.), Method and substance in macrocomparative analysis (pp. 221-259) New York, N.Y., United States: Palgrave Macmillan. 42  
Yerkes, Mara (2009) Part-time work in the Dutch welfare state: The ideal combination of work and care?. Policy and Politics, 37 4: 535-552. doi:10.1332/030557309X435510 54   8 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Sonneveld, H., Yerkes, Mara and van de Schoot, R. (2010) Ph.D. Trajectories and Labour Market Mobility: A survey of doctoral graduates in the Netherlands : 29  
Yerkes, Mara and Tijdens, Kea (2010) Social risk protection in collective agreements: Evidence from the Netherlands. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 16 4: 369-383. doi:10.1177/0959680110384608 22   6 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Yerkes, Mara and Peper, Bram (2011). The care risk in Europe: Diversification and gender inequality?. In Max Koch, Lesley McMillan and Bram Peper (Ed.), Diversity, standardization and social transformation: Gender, ethnicity and inequality in Europe (pp. 195-212) Farnham, Surrey, U.K.: Ashgate Publishing. 60 12
Yerkes, Mara, Standing, Kay, Wattis, Louise and Wain, Susanna (2010) The disconnect between policy practices and women's lived experiences : Combining work and life in the UK and the Netherlands. Community, Work and Family, 13 4: 411-427. doi:10.1080/13668801003619407 39   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
van de Schoot, Rens, Yerkes, Mara A. and Sonneveld, Hans (2012) The employment status of doctoral recipients: An exploratory study in the Netherlands. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 7 331-348. 28 3 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Yerkes, Mara A. (2012) Toenemende sociale ongelijkheid in de Nederlandse sociale zekerheid? (Increasing social inequality in Dutch social security?). Sociaal Bestek, Tijdschrift voor Werk, Inkomen en Zorg, 74 6/7: . 37  
van der Veen, Romke and Yerkes, Mara (2012). Towards a new welfare settlement? The transformation of welfare state solidarity. In Romke van der Veen, Mara Yerkes and Peter Achterberg (Ed.), The transformation of solidarity: changing risks and the future of the welfare state (pp. 191-206) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press. 70 4
Yerkes, Mara Transforming the Dutch welfare state: Social risks and corporatist reform. Bristol, United Kingdom: Policy Press, 2011. 53 4
Yerkes, Mara (2007) Welfare State Change – Towards a Third Way?. Comparative Sociology, 6 3: 285-286. doi:10.1163/156913307X216565 21   0
Yerkes, Mara A., Peper, Bram and Baxter, Janeen (2013). Welfare states and the life course. In Bent Greve (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of the welfare state (pp. 105-114) Abingdon, Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge. 73 4
van de Schoot, Rens, Yerkes, Mara A., Mouw, Jolien M. and Sonneveld, Hans (2013) What took them so long? Explaining PhD delays among doctoral candidates. PLoS One, 8 7: e68839.1-e68839.11. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0068839 21   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 120
Yerkes, Mara Aileen (2006). What women want: individual preferences, heterogeneous patterns? Women’s labour market participation patterns in comparative welfare state perspective PhD Thesis, , The University of Amsterdam. 42 2
Yerkes, Mara, van de Schoot, Rens and Sonneveld, Hans (2012) Who are the job seekers? explaining unemployment among doctoral recipients. International Journal of Doctoral Studies, 7 153-166. 28   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Yerkes, Mara and Visser, J (2006). Women's Preferences or Delineated policies? The development of part-time work in the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom. In Jean-Yves Boulin, Jon C. Messenger, Michel Lallement and F. Michon (Ed.), Decent working time : New trends, new issues (pp. 235-262) Geneva, Switzerland: International Labor Organisation. 35  
Yerkes, Mara (2006). Women's working preferences in the Netherlands, Germany and the UK. Working papers / Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies, 06/43, Amsterdam School for Social Science Research, Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies. 40