|PUBLICATIONS Jay Ginn
‘UK Pensions: Is gender still an issue' in D. Lain, W. Loretto and S. Vickerstaff (eds), themed issue of Social Policy and Society: ‘Rethinking Retirement Incomes: Inequality and Policy Change in the UK and Anglo Saxon Countries’ (J. Ginn, J. and K. MacIntyre).
‘Temporary exit from employment – a response, Critical Social Policy, 32(4): 707-13 (J Ginn).
‘Ageing and the economic crisis’ in K. Komp (ed) Ageing in the light of crises: Economic crisis, demographic change, and the search for meaning’,Working Paper 12/2012 Umea, Sweden: Umea University (J Ginn) .
‘Unkindest Cuts: Analysing the effects by gender and age [a summary and update] Radical Statistics 104: 27-9 (J Ginn and S Himmelweit)
‘Gender Relations in the Earliest Societies. Patriarchal or Not?’ Ethical Record, vol 115 (5): 6-11 (J. Ginn).
‘Funded Pensions; What are they for? An enquiry into their lesser known functions’, OU FIES website. Also forthcoming in Spokesman Books, http://www.open.ac.uk/ikd/documents/policy-briefs/ikd-fies-policy-paper-richard-minns.pdf (R, Minns, J. Ginn and B.Davies)
‘Unkindest Cuts. Analysing the effects by gender and age’ Radical Statistics Special Issue on the cuts, Autumn, Issue 103: 50-57.
‘Socioeconomic status of older people: Britain and Germany compared’, pp. 218-47 in A. Walker and G. Naegele (eds), Social Policy in Ageing Societies (J. Ginn, U. Fachinger and W. Schmahl).
‘Poverty and financial inequality in later life’, chapter 10 in T. Ridge and S. Wright (eds) Understanding Inequality, Poverty and Wealth: Policies and prospects, Bristol: Policy Press (J. Ginn).
‘Gender Inequality: Sidelined in British Pension Policy’, chapter 6, pp 91-111 in H. Pemberton, P. Thane and N. Whiteside (eds) Britain’s Pension Crisis. History and Policy, Oxford: Oxford University Press/British Academy (J. Ginn).
‘The future of inequalities in retirement’, chapter in J. Vincent, C. Phillipson and M. Downs (eds) The Future of Old Age, BSG (D. Price and J. Ginn).
‘Employment and social integration in midlife: Preferred and actual time use across welfare regime types', Research on Aging, Special Issue edited by J. Gierveld and G. Hagestad, vol 28(6): 669-90 (J.Ginn and J. Fast).
‘Longer working: Imposition or opportunity? Midlife attitudes to work across the 1990s’, Quality in Ageing 6(2): 26-35 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Las pensiones en un mundo segredado por el genero: Una vision internacional’ (Pensions in a gendered world: an international overview), chapter 18 in J. Monreal, C. Diaz and J. Escribano (eds) Viejas Sociedadas, Nueva Sociologica, Madrid: Centro de Investigaciones Sociologicas (J. Ginn).
‘Gender dimensions of the age shift’, chapter 6.5 in M. Johnson (ed) The Cambridge Handbook of Age and Ageing, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
‘Ageing and gender. Diversity and change’, lead article in Social Trends 2004, No. 34: 1-14 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'European Pension Privatisation: Taking account of gender', Social Policy and Society, 3(2): 121-32 (J. Ginn).
'Gender and attitudes to retirement in Transitional welfare states', published in French as ‘Reforme des retraites et emploi des personnes de plus de 50 ans’, Retraite et Societe 41: 74-101 (J. Ginn).
‘Rentenpolitik in Grossbritannien: Verleugnung und Beschadigung der solidaritat’ in Generationengerechtigkeit – Inhalt, Bedeutung und Konsequenzen fur die Alterssicherung, DRV-Schriften Band 51, February: 183-197 [‘UK Pension Policy: Denying and damaging solidarity’ in Solidarity Among Generations – Contents, Significance and Consequences for Old-age Security, Report of Symposium of FNA-Jahrestagung, Erfurt, Dec 2003 (J. Ginn).
‘Gender and the relationship between social capital and health’, chapter 8, pp 134-56, in A. Morgan and C. Swann (eds) Social Capital for Health. Issues of definition, measurement and links to health, London: Health Development Agency (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Actuarial fairness or social justice? A gender perspective on redistribution in pension systems’, CeRP Working Paper No. 37/04 (J. Ginn). http://cerp.unito.it/english/publications/cerp_wp.htm#2004
Gender, Pensions and the Lifecourse. How pensions need to adapt to changing family forms, Bristol: Policy Press (J. Ginn).
'Pensions and poverty traps: Is saving worthwhile for women?' Journal of Financial Services Marketing, 7(4): 319-29 (J. Ginn).
'Parenthood, Partnership Status and Pensions: Cohort differences among women' Sociology, 37(3): 495-512 (J. Ginn).
Gender and Ageing: Changing roles and relationships, edited by S. Arber, K. Davidson and J. Ginn, Buckingham: Open University Press.
'Sharing the crust? Gender, partnership status and inequalities in pension accumulation', chapter 9 in S. Arber, K. Davidson and J. Ginn (eds) Gender and Ageing: Changing roles and relationships, Buckingham: Open University Press (D. Price and J. Ginn).
‘Changing approaches to gender and later life’, chapter 1 in S. Arber, K. Davidson and J. Ginn (eds) Gender and Ageing: Changing roles and relationships, Buckingham: Open University Press (S. Arber, K. Davidson and J. Ginn).
'Do divorced women catch up in pension building?' Child and Family Law Quarterly, 14(2): 157-173 (J.Ginn and D. Price)
'Gender and social protection reforms' pp. 133-9 in H. Sarfati and G. Bonoli (eds) Labour market and Social Protection Reforms in an International Perspective, Aldershot: Ashgate/ISSA. Translated into French as ‘Le genre et les reformes de la protection sociale’ pp 173-181 in H. Sarfati and G. Bonoli (eds) Mutations du marche du travail et protection sociale dans une perspective internationale, Brussels: Peter Lang/ISSA (J. Ginn)
'Degrees of freedom: Can graduate women avoid the motherhood gap in pensions?' Sociological Research On-line, www.socresonline.org.uk/7/2/ (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Women's Increasing Employment: Implications for women's pensions and pension scheme design', chapter 7 (pp 79-93) in ISSA (ed) Social Security and Changes in the World of Work, European Series of the International Social Security Association, No. 28 Social Security Documentation, June 2002 (English, French and German) (J. Ginn).
Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber).
‘Engendering pensions: a comparative framework’, chapter 1 (pp 1-10) in J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber (eds) Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn, M. Daly and D. Street).
‘Cross-national trends in women’s work’, chapter 2 (pp 11-30) in J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber (eds) Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber).
‘The demographic debate: a gendered political economy of pensions’, chapter 3 (pp 31-43) in J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber (eds) Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (D. Street and J. Ginn).
’A colder pension climate for British women’, chapter 4 (pp 44-66) in J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber (eds) Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Women’s pension outlook: Variations among liberal welfare states’, chapter 13 (pp 216-235) in J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber (eds) Women, Work and Pensions: International issues and prospects, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn, D. Street and S. Arber).
‘From Security to Risk. Pension privatisation and gender inequality’, www.catalyst-trust.co.uk.
‘Third way or Third Class?: Conservative pension policies rebranded under labour’, Critical Social Policy 21(4): 541-5 (J. Ginn).
'Pension prospects of minority ethnic groups: Variation by gender and ethnicity', British Journal of Sociology, 52(3): 519-39 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Privatising Pensions: New options and new risks for women’, chapter 13 (pp 287-301) in N. Gilbert (ed) Researching Social Life, London: Sage (J. Ginn).
‘Pensions for Women of All Ages’, pp 6-18 in All Our Tomorrows (report of a conference organised by Southwark Pensioners Action Group), London: Eunomia Publications.
‘Inequalities in health-related behaviour among older people’, chapter 2, pp 23-39, in A.Chiva and D. Stears (eds) Promoting the Health of Older People, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn, H. Cooper and S. Arber).
‘Risk of social exclusion in later life: How well do the pension systems of Britain and the US accommodate women’s paid and unpaid work?’ in International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 21(4/5/6): 212-35 (J. Ginn).
'Personal pension take-up in the 1990s in relation to position in the labour market', Journal of Social Policy, 29(2): 205-28 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Poverty and Inequality Among Older People in Post-war Britain: the gender dimension’, Revue Francaise de Civilisation Britannique, 11(1): 101-14 (J. Ginn).
‘Ethnic inequality in later life: variation in financial circumstances by gender and ethnic group’ Education and Ageing, 15(1): 65-83 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Kobiety a reforma systemu emerytalnego na przykladzie wielkiej Brytanii’, Osrodek Informacji Rady Europy, Central European University (Warsaw), Biuletin nr 2: 19-28 (J. Ginn).
‘Pensions cost of caring’, Benefits, 28 (May/June): 13-17 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
‘Pension Myth-selling and Gender’, Radical Statistics, 74 (Summer): 26-42 (J. Ginn).
Ethnic Inequalities in Health and Smoking Behaviour. The role of social capital and social support, London: Health Development Agency 2000 (H. Cooper, S. Arber, J. Ginn and C. Smaje).
Ethnicity, Health and Health Behaviour: a study of older age groups, London: Health Development Agency 2000 (H. Cooper, S. Arber, T. Daly, C. Smaje and J. Ginn).
'Gendered Meanings of Care Work within Late Life Marital Relationships, 'Canadian Journal on Aging 19(4): 536-553 (Davidson, K., Arber, S. and Ginn, J.)
'Women's pensions and the impact of privatisation in Britain', pp. 49-74 in INSTRAW (ed) Ageing in a Gendered World: Women’s issues and identities, Santo Domingo: UN Institute for Research on Ageing and Women (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Playing Politics with Pension Statistics: Legitimating privatisation', chapter 15, pp 115-123 in D. Dorling and S. Simpson (eds) Statistics in Society: the arithmetic of politics, London: Arnold (J. Ginn).
'The Politics of Old Age: the UK', pp. 152-167 in A. Walker and G. Naegele (eds) The Politics of Old Age in Europe, Buckingham: Open University Press (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Women’s Pension Poverty: Prospects and options for change', chapter 6, pp 75-97 in S. Walby (ed) New Agendas for Women, Basingstoke: Macmillan (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Changing Patterns of Pension Inequality: the shift from state to private sources', Ageing and Society, 19(3): 319-342 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Focus on women's pensions', p 11-15 in What's New for Pensioners? The Government's Pension Proposals. Conference Report, London: NPC.
'Gender, the generational contract and pension privatisation', chapter 8, pp 133-153 in S. Arber and C. Attias-Donfut (eds) The Myth of Intergenerational Conflict: the state and family across cultures, London: Routledge (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Gender and career progression', chapter 7, pp 129-140 in S. Balloch et al., Social Services: Working under pressure, London: NISW (J. Ginn and M. Fisher).
Health-related Behaviour and Attitudes of Older People: Secondary analysis of national datasets, London: HEA (H. Cooper, J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Physical activity among older people', chapter 5 in H. Cooper, J. Ginn and S. Arber, op. cit. (J. Ginn).
'Social and structural factors affecting diet and smoking', chapter 6 in H. Cooper, J. Ginn and S. Arber, op. cit (J. Ginn).
The Influence of Social Support and Social Capital on Health Behaviour, London: HEA (H. Cooper, L. Fee, S. Arber and J. Ginn)
'Which pensions work for women?' pp 17-22 in L. Roe (ed) Making Pensions Work for Women, London: Fawcett Society.
'How does part time work lead to low pensions?' chapter 8 in J. O'Reilly and C. Fagan (eds) Part time Prospects, London: Routledge (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Older Women in Europe: East follows West in the feminisation of poverty?', in Ageing International, 24(4): 101-22 (J. Ginn)
'Older people's health and health-promoting behaviour', Generations Review, 8(1): 15-16 (J. Ginn).
'Inequalities in older people's health behaviour: Effect of structural factors and social relationships', Journal of Contemporary Health, special issue (7) on Health Inequalities: 77-82 (J. Ginn, S. Arber and H. Cooper)
'Health and illness in later life', in D. Field and S. Taylor (eds) Sociological Perspectives on Health, Illness and Health Care, Blackwell (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Balancing Home and Employment: Stress experienced by social services staff', Work Employment and Society, 11(3): 413-34 (J. Ginn and J. Sandell).
Researching Older People's Health Needs and Health Promotion Issues, London: Health Education Authority (J. Ginn, S. Arber and H. Cooper).
'Gender and Older Age', chapter 11 in M. Bernard and J. Phillips (eds) The Social Policy of Old Age, London: Centre for Policy on Ageing (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Les contrats entre generations et entre sexes sont-ils preserves ou menaces par la privatisation des retraites?', Retraite & Societe, 20: 40-61.
'Informal caregivers for elderly people', pp. 347-358 in C. Ungerson and M. Kember (eds) Women and Social Policy. A Reader, London: Sage (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
The Northern Ireland Social Services Workforce in Transition, London: NISW (W. McConkey, S. Balloch, T. Andrew, B. Davey, L. Dolan, J. Ginn, J. McLean and J. Pahl).
Work Histories of Social Services Staff, London: NISW (J. Ginn, J. McLean, T. Andrew and S. Balloch).
'Gender, age and attitudes to retirement in midlife', Ageing and Society, 16: 27-55 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Feminist Fallacies: a reply to Hakim on women's employment', British Journal of Sociology, 47(1): 167-74 (J. Ginn et al).
'Citizens' pensions and women', Citizen's Income Bulletin No. 21, February: 10-12 (J. Ginn).
'Grey Power: Age-based organisations' response to structured inequalities', chapter 7 in D. Taylor (ed) Critical Social Policy: a Reader, London: Sage (J. Ginn).
'Patterns of Employment, Pensions and Gender: the effect of work history on older women's non-state pensions', Work Employment and Society, 10(3): 469-90 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Part time employees: Volunteers or pressed women?', Radical Statistics, 62: 26-7 (J. Ginn).
'Gender, Career progress and qualifications', pp. 17-26 in N. Connelly (ed), Training Social Services Staff: Evidence from new research, London: National Institute for Social Work (J. Ginn).
'Exploring Mid-life Women's Employment', Sociology, 29(1): 1-22 (J.Ginn and S. Arber).
'The Mirage of Gender Equality: Occupational Success in the Labour Market and Within Marriage', British Journal of Sociology, 46(1): 21-43 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Gender Differences in Informal Caring', Health and Social Care in the Community, 3: 19-31 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Relationship between home and working life', chapter 5 in S. Balloch, T. Andrew, J. Ginn, J. McLean, J. Pahl and J. Williams, Working in the Social Services, London: National Institute for Social Work (J. Ginn).
'Gender differences in the relationship between paid employment and informal care, Work, Employment and Society, 9(3): 445-71 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
Connecting Gender and Ageing: a sociological approach, Milton Keynes: Open University Press (S. Arber and J. Ginn, eds).
'"Only Connect": Gender relations and ageing', chapter 1 in S. Arber and J. Ginn (eds) Connecting Gender and Ageing: a sociological approach, Milton Keynes: Open University Press (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Choice and constraint in the retirement decisions of older married women', chapter 7 in S. Arber and J. Ginn (eds) Connecting Gender and Ageing, Buckingham: Open University Press (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Moving the Goalposts: the impact on British women of raising their state pension age to 65', chapter 11, pp. 186-212, in Social Policy Review No. 7, London: Social Policy Association (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
Working in the Social Services, London: NISW (Balloch, Andrew, Ginn, McLean, Pahl and Williams).
'Heading for Hardship: How the British pension system has failed women', Chapter 13, pp 216-34 in S. Baldwin and J. Falkingham (eds) Social Security and Social Change: New Challenges to the Beveridge Model, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Gender and Pensions in Europe: Current trends in women's pension acquisition', Chapter 3, pp. 57-84 in P. Brown and R. Crompton (eds) A New Europe: Economic Restructuring and Social Exclusion, London: UCL Press, (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Linking Family Data in the General Household Survey: Mid-life Women's Employment Contextualised' in General Household Survey Newsletter, No 13, Colchester, ESRC Data Archive (J. Ginn).
'Midlife Women's Employment and Pension Entitlement in Relation to Coresident Adult Children', Journal of Marriage and the Family, November: 813-9 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Women and Aging', Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 4(4): 93-102 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Women's Independent and Derived Pensions Compared in Britain and Denmark', pp 130-60 in H. Peemans-Poullet and J.Carton de Tournai (eds), L'Individualisation des Droits dans le Secteur des Pensions des Travailleurs Salaries, Brussels: Universite des Femmes, 1994 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Statistics: a gendered agenda', Radical Statistics, 58: 2-14 (J. Ginn and P. Dugard).
'No Jam Tomorrow: Why women are disadvantaged in occupational pensions', pp. 270- 86, Exemplar C in Chapter 13 in N. Gilbert (ed.) Researching Social Life, London: Sage (J.Ginn).
'Gender and Inequalities in Health in Later Life', in M. Stacey and V. Olensen (eds), Social Science and Medicine, special issue on 'Women, Men and Health', 36(1): 33-46 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'The Gendered Resource Triangle: Health and Resources in Later Life', pp. 29-56 in S. Platt, H. Thomas, G. Williams and S. Scott (eds.) Locating Health: sociological and historical explanations, Aldershot: Avebury, (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Pension Penalties: the gendered division of occupational welfare', in Work, Employment and Society, 7(1): 47-70 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
Older Women's Working Lives: Household Ties or New Employment Opportunities?' in G. Dunne, R. Blackburn and J. Jarman (eds), Inequalities in Employment, Inequalities in Home Life, Cambridge: Sociological Research Group (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Class, caring and the life course' in S. Arber and M. Evandrou (eds) Ageing, Independence and the Life Course, London: Jessica Kingsley (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Pension Statistics Ignored', Radical Statistics, No. 53: 13-15 (J. Ginn).
'Grey Power: Age-based organisations' response to structured inequalities', Critical Social Policy, 13(2):23-47 (J. Ginn).
'Vanishing Trick: How to make married women disappear from pension statistics', Radical Statistics, no. 54: 37-43 (J.Ginn).
'Cultural Stereotypes of Older Women', Chapter 13, pp. 60-67 in J. Johnson and R. Slater (eds) Ageing and Later Life, London: Sage/Open University (J. Ginn).
'In Sickness and in Health: Caregiving, Gender and the Independence of Elderly People', pp. 86-105 in C. Marsh and S. Arber (eds.), Families and Households: Divisions and Change, London: Macmillan, (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'The Transmission of Income Inequality: gender and non-state pensions', pp. 63-83 in K. Morgan (ed.) Gerontology: Responding to an Ageing Society, Jessica Kingsley publications, (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Gender and Resources in Later Life', Sociology Review, 2(2): 6-10 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Elderly People Living Alone: the relation of social and material resources to service use', pp 112-136 in F. Laczko and C. Victor (eds.) Social Policy and Older People: Community care in the 90s, Aldershot: Avebury, (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Towards Women's Independence: pension systems in three contrasting European welfare states', Journal of European Social Policy, 2(4)): 255-77, (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
'Class and Caring: a Forgotten Dimension', Sociology, 26(4): 619-34 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'The Invisibility of Age: Gender and Class in Later Life', Sociological Review, 39(2): 260-291, (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'Gender, Class and Income Inequalities in Later Life', British Journal of Sociology, 42(3): 369-396 (J. Ginn and S. Arber).
Gender and Later Life: a Sociological Analysis of Resources and Constraints, London: Sage, (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
'The Meaning of Informal Care: gender and the contribution of elderly people', Ageing and Society, 10(4): 429-54 (S. Arber and J. Ginn).
Academic Conference Papers
European Sociological Association Conference, September 7-10, Geneva, ‘Age of Austerity. On whom does the axe fall hardest in the UK?’ (J Ginn and S, Himmelweit).
ESRC Seminar Series on ‘Retirement Incomes and Planning’, May 6th, London, Invited paper on ‘Is Gender Still an Issue for UK Pensions? (J Ginn)
Radical Statistics conference, ‘Cuts and Corporations’, February 26th, Leeds, ‘Unkindest Cuts: Analysing the effects by gender and age’ (with S. Himmelweit)
WCGT Roundtable, February 25th, Leeds University, Presentation ‘Moving the SPA Goalposts for Women: the broader context’.
Kent University Teach-In, ‘Alternative Visions of the Economy’, March 16th, Canterbury. Presentation ‘Effect of the Cuts on Women’.
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Committee on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men, Paris, March 25th, invited presentation ‘Decent Pensions for Women. What works to reduce inequality, improve prospects?’
European Sociological Association Conference, Sept 2-5, Lisbon, Ageing in Europe Research Network, ‘Gender Effects of European Pension Reforms’.
Radical Statistics Conference on Ageing Societies: Are we prepared?, Oxford, March 7th, ‘’Plunging Pensions and the Credit Crunch’.
Royal Statistical Society Conference, Radical Statistics fringe meeting, York University. Invited paper, ‘Pensions, Poverty and Political Statistics’, July 19th 2007.
Divazine/HIG conference, ‘Pensions male/female: Equal pensions or equal incomes?
Invited talk on ‘Gender-Equal Treatment – Unequal Outcomes’ Brussels Feb 17th 2006
Radical Statistics Annual Conference, paper on ‘Must Poverty be Politicised?’ Hathersage, March 3 2006.
Council of Europe Gender Parity Group, hearing on the feminisation of poverty, invited talk on ‘Older Women’s Poverty. How pension design contributes’, Paris March 10 2006.
Iowa City University, invited lecture on ‘Impact on women of pension systems cross-nationally’ March 28th 2006. (course: Social Construction of Old Age)
Iowa City University, invited lecture on ‘Gender, class and ethnic differences in economic resources of older adults’ March 28th 2006. (course: Aspects of Aging)
European Comparative Research on Ageing Conference, Vechta, Germany. Invited plenary speaker on ‘Pension Poverty: Who is vulnerable and why?’ June 23-4th 2006.
Conference on the Situation of Ageing Persons, Social, Health and Family Affairs Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Paris. Invited plenary speaker on
‘Gender Inequality in Pensions: Sources and Solutions’, Sept 13th 2006.
Symposium on Constructions of Women’s Age in the Economy, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. Invited plenary speaker on ‘Women’s Pensions: Through family, state and market’, October 30-31 2006.
British Academy Symposium on Past and Present: Solving Britain’s pensions crisis, invited paper on ‘Gender Inequality in British Pensions. Towards a fairer system’, London, June 15.
Independent Pensions Research Group. Invited talk on ‘Women and Pensions: Parenthood, partnering and generation’, London, Jan 10th 2004.
Swedish Sociological Association Annual Conference. Invited talk on 'Pensions in a Gendered World: an international overview', Stockholm, Feb 5-6, 2004.
Radical Statistics Annual Conference, London, invited talk on ‘Denying and disrupting solidarity: UK pension privatisation, London, Feb 28th 2004.
Pepper Institute on Aging, Florida State University, Tallahassee, invited lecture on 'Pensions in a Gendered World: an international overview', March 4th, 2004.
First International Elected Women’s and Equal Opportunities Expo. Invited talk in seminar on Welfare for Women: ‘Pensions in a Gendered World. An international overview’ Turin, March 13th 2004.
CeRP fifth annual conference: How much Redistribution in Pension Systems?. Invited talk on ‘Actuarial fairness or social justice? A gender perspective on redistribution in pension systems’ Turin University, June 25th 2004.
British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference,. Paper presented ‘Reversing the trend to early exit in Britain. Did midlife attitudes change during the 1990s?’ Roehampton, September 9-10 2004.
Financial Markets Group Seminar on government Green Paper Cm 5677, London School of
Economics, March 4th 2003, invited panel speaker on 'Women, Work and Pensions'.
International Research Conference on Social Security, Antwerp, May 5-7 2003. Paper presented on 'Retirement timing: An international comparison of gendered priorities' .
European Sociological Association Biennial International Conference, Murcia Sept 22-27 2003. Invited plenary paper 'Pensions in a Gendered World: an international overview'.
European Sociological Association Biennial International Conference, Murcia Sept 22-27 2003. Paper presented in Ageing stream 'Preferences and Policies: Gendered attitudes to retirement in contrasting welfare states' .
Gender Research Forum Conference on Equality and Diversity, London, paper on ‘Public convergence, private stasis? Comparing the gender division of paid and unpaid work in midlife cross-nationally’ Nov 3rd 2003.
ESDS conference on Social and Demographic Change in Britain: Informing the future, London, paper on ‘Pension Prospects of Minority Ethnic Groups: Variation by gender and ethnicity’ Dec 1st 2003.
Annual Symposium of the Research Network on Pensions//Federation of German Pension Insurance Institutes. Invited talk on ‘UK Pension Policy: Denying and damaging solidarity’, Erfurt, Germany, Dec 5th 2003.