My research interest lies in examining working conditions of individuals - focusing mostly on work life balance and labour market insecurities - and on the role welfare state institutions and policies play therein using a cross-national comparative perspective. Check out my recent publications here. Recently I've been awarded the ESRC Future Leader's Award to carry out research on the relationship between working-time flexibility and work-family conflict, and the importance of contexts. (read more)
If you are interested in any of my research please contact me. Also email me if you are interested in carrying out Ph.D./M.A. research with me - There are several PhD funding opportunities at SSPSSR.
New PhD scholarship roundsThere are a new round of PhD Scholarships are available at SSPSSR at the University of Kent. These all cover tuition fees at the postgraduate standard home/EU rate (£3 ...
Posted Apr 15, 2015, 6:00 AM by Heejung Chung
New Publications - 2015
H. (2015) "Subjective employment insecurity gap between occupations:
variance across Europe" in Eichhorst, W. and Marx, P. (eds.) Non-Standard
Employment in Post-Industrial Markets: An Occupational Perspective.
Posted Mar 8, 2015, 1:36 PM by Heejung Chung