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Brady, Michelle (2008) Absences and silences in the production of work-life balance policies in Canada. Studies in Political Economy, 81 81: 99-127. 113 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Brady, Michelle, McDavid, James C., Huse, Irene and Hawthorn, Laura R. L. (2013). Applying qualitative evaluation methods. In James C. McDavid, Irene Huse and Laura R. L. Hawthorn (Ed.), Program evaluation and performance measurement 2nd ed. (pp. 187-224) Thousand Oaks, United States: Sage Publications. 212 49
Brady, Michelle (2014) Ethnographies of neoliberal governmentalities: from the neoliberal apparatus to neoliberalism and governmental assemblages. Foucault Studies, 1 18: 11-33. 49 4 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Brady, Michelle and Perales, Francisco (2013). Hours of paid work among single and partnered mothers in Australia: how childcare package matters. In: Mark Wooden, Janeen Baxter and Garry Barrett, HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013 - Papers: HILDA Conference 2013 Proceedings. HILDA Survey Research Conference 2013, Melbourne, Australia, (). 3-4 October 2013. 122 11
Brady, Michelle and Perales, Francisco (2014) Hours of paid work among single and partnered mothers in Australia: the role of childcare packages. Journal of Family Issues, OnlineFirst 1-24. doi:10.1177/0192513X14531416 50 7 1
Brady, Michelle (2007). Institutionalized individualism and the care of the self: Single mothers and the state. In Cosmo Howard (Ed.), Contested individualization: Debates about contemporary personhood (pp. 187-208) New York, United States: Palgrave Macmillan. 68  
Brady, Michelle (2014) Introduction: Foucault studies special issue. Ethnographies of neoliberal governmentalities. Foucault Studies, 1 18: 5-10. 22 1
Brady, Michelle (2013). Not all childcare packages are the same: qualitative insights into the importance of mixed childcare packages for employed single mothers. In: Fifth International Community, Work and Family Conference: Changes and Challenges in a Globalising World. Program & Abstracts Handbook. CWFC 2013: The Fifth International Community, Work and Family Conference, Camperdown, NSW, Australia, (43-44). 17-19 July, 2013. 26  
Brady, Michelle (2011) Researching governmentalities through ethnography: The case of reforms and programs for single parents. Critical Policy Studies, 5 3: 265-283. doi:10.1080/19460171.2011.606300 94   Cited 6 times in Scopus6 1
Rose, Judy, Brady, Michelle, Yerkes, Mara A. and Coles, Laetitia (2015) ‘Sometimes they just want to cry for their mum’: couples’ negotiations and rationalisations of gendered divisions in infant care. Journal of Family Studies, . doi:10.1080/13229400.2015.1010264 23 1 23
Flatau, Paul, Martin, Robyn, Zaretzky, Kaylene, Haigh, Yvonne, Michelle Brady, Cooper, Lesley, Edwards, Donna and Goulding, Dot (2006) The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of homelessness prevention and assistance programs. AHURI Positioning Paper; No. 92 , Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, Western Australian Research Centre. 63  
Brady, Michelle and Perales, Paco (2012). The relationship between single mother’s use of mixed care (formal and informal) and their labour force participation. In: The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference (TASA 2012), Brisbane, Australia, (). 26-29 November 2012. 47  
Smith, Kiah, Lawrence, Geoffrey, MacMahon, Amy, Muller, Jane and Brady, Michelle (2015) The resilience of long and short food chains during the Queensland floods of 2011. Agriculture and Human Values, . doi:10.1007/s10460-015-9603-1 44   0
Brady, Michelle (2010) Understanding single mother's choices around paid work and education: Preference theory versus practices of mothering framework. Public Policy, 5 1: 23-39. 70  
Zaretzky, Kaylene, Flatau, Paul and Brady, Michelle (2008) What is the (Net) Cost to Government of Homelessness Programs?. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43 2: 231-254. 108   0 Cited 5 times in Scopus5