Publications

Journal Articles

Kowalewska, H. and Vitali, A. (under review) Breadwinning or On the Breadline? Female Breadwinners’ Economic Characteristics across 20 Welfare States. Journal of European Social Policy.

Kowalewska, H. (in press) Bringing Women on Board: The ‘Trickle-Down’ Benefits of Female Top-Managers for Gendered Social Risks. Journal of Social Policy.

Kowalewska, H. (2017) Beyond the ‘Train-First’/‘Work-First’ Dichotomy: How Welfare States Help or Hinder Maternal Employment. Journal of European Social Policy, 27, 1, 3-24.

Kowalewska, H. (2015) Diminishing Returns: Lone Mothers’ Work Incentives and Incomes under the Coalition. Social Policy and Society, 14, 4, 569-591.

Work in Progress

Kowalewska, H. Bringing Women on Board? Family Policies, Quotas, and Gender Diversity in Top Jobs.

PhD Thesis

Kowalewska, H. (2017) The Active Welfare State: Towards a Gender-Friendly Approach. Southampton: University of Southampton.

Reports

Kowalewska, H. (2018) Ethnicity and Social Housing Allocation in England: An Exploratory Analysis of CORE. Report for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

Working Papers

Kowalewska, H. and Vitali, A. (2019) Work/Family Arrangements across the OECD: Incorporating the Female-Breadwinner Model, Working Paper no. 769. Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Study.

Recent Conference Presentations

Bringing Women on Board? Family Policies, Quotas, and Gender Diversity in Top Jobs. Paper presented at the 2019 Social Policy Association conference, Durham University.

Breadwinning or On the Breadline? Female Breadwinners’ Economic Characteristics across 20 Welfare States. Paper presented at the 2019 British Sociological Association conference, Glasgow Caledonian University.