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Market Friendly or Family Friendly? The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age (Rose)

by Madonna Harrington Meyer

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Published by Russell Sage Foundation Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare,
  • Women"s Studies - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Older women,
  • Sex role,
  • Social conditions,
  • United States,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11108478M
    ISBN 100871545985
    ISBN 109780871545985

    She is co-author with Pamela Herd of Market Friendly or Family Friendly? The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age (), which also won the Gerontological Society of America’s Kalish Book Award. She is editor of Care Work: Gender, Labor, and the Welfare State (). She has published over 50 scholarly articles; her work appears in leading. Market Friendly or Family Friendly? The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age. Meyer, Madonna Harrington, and Pamela Herd. pp. Poverty among the elderly is sharply gendered—women over 65 are twice as likely as men to live below the poverty line.

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Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age, by Madonna Harrington Meyer and Pamela Herd. Feminist Economics: Vol.

16, No. 1, pp. Author: Carole A. Green. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age. In this Book. Additional Information. Harrington Meyer and Herd contrast the impact of market friendly programs that maximize individual choice, risk, and responsibility with family friendly programs aimed at redistributing risks and resources.

Market Friendly or Family Friendly. is a Cited by: Disappearing problems?: gender inequality in old age -- Market friendly or family friendly. -- Accumulating inequality at work and at home -- The business of retirement -- The business of health -- Market friendly proposals: entrenching inequality -- Family friendly proposals: entrenching equality.

Market Friendly or Family Friendly. is a comprehensive introduction to this issue, and a significant contribution to the debate over the future of America’s entitlement programs. MADONNA HARRINGTON MEYER is professor of sociology, director of the Gerontology Center, and senior research associate at the Center for Policy Research at Syracuse.

Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age, by Madonna Harrington Meyer and Pamela Herd Article in Feminist Economics 16(1) January with 8 Reads. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age (), which also won the Gerontological Society of America’s Kalish Book Award.

She has published over 50 scholarly articles in leading journals and her research has been reported in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and other leading periodicals. She is co-author with Pamela Herd of Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age (), which also won the Gerontological Society of America’s Kalish Book Award.

She is editor of Care Work: Gender, Labor, and the Welfare State (). Herd co-authored the book Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age with Madonna Harrington Meyer.

The book is part of the American Sociological Association's Rose Series on Public Policy and was the winner of the Gerontological Society of America Section on Behavioral and Social Sciences Kalish. A book she co-authored, Market Friendly or Family Friendly: The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age, won the Kalish Publication Award from the Gerontological Society of America.

InHerd was awarded an AARP Innovation Award for a proposal to create a new Minimum Benefit Plan for low-income retirees that would examine sufficiency of. Herd has co-authored the book Market Friendly or Family Friendly.

The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age with Madonna Harrington Meyer. The book is part of the American Sociological Association's Rose Series on Public Policy. Herd is author of numerous articles and chapters that have appeared in Social Forces, Gender and Society, The.

The book, "Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age," published this fall by Russell Sage, documents the cumulative disadvantages that impede women from achieving economic and health security when they retire.

These disadvantages include wage discrimination and occupational segregation that lifetime. Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation. Kurien, Prema. A Place at the Multicultural Table: The Development of an American Hinduism.

Rutgers University Press. Jackie Orr. Panic Diaries: A Genealogy of Panic Disorder. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Meyer conducts research on gender, aging, and social policy.

She is the author of Grandmothers at Work: Juggling Families and Jobs and co-author of Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age, both of which won the Gerontological Society of America's Kalish Book Award. In the same way that women who reduce employment hours when raising their young children experience reductions in salary, savings, and public and private pensions, the mothers of those same women, as grandmothers, are rearranging hours to take care of their grandchildren, experiencing additional loss of salary and reduced old age pension.

She is editor of Care Work: Gender, Labor, and the Welfare State and co-author of Market Friendly or Family Friendly. The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age.

Product detailsCited by: Grawemeyer Award for the Best Book in Education AERA Best Book of the Year Award: Beyond the Boycott: Labor Rights, Human Rights, and Transnational Activism by Gay W. Seidman () Honorable Mention, Section on Labor and Labor Movements Best Book Award: Market Friendly or Family Friendly.

The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age. The book makes a significant contribution to the understanding of the complex family dynamics of the 21st century. That book, along with her co-authored book, “Market Friendly or Family Friendly? The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age” (), won the Gerontological Society of America’s Kalish Book Award.

She is co-author with Pamela Herd of Market Friendly or Family Friendly? The State and Gender Inequality in Old Age (), which also won the Gerontological Society of America’s Kalish Book Award. She is editor of Care Work: Gender, Labor, and the Welfare State ().Later-life social support and service provision in diverse and vulnerable populations: Understanding networks of care Wilmoth, J.

M. & Silverstein, M. D., Jan 1Taylor and Francis. p. Research output: Book/Report › Book.