Man Yee Kan
Refereed Journal Articles
Kan, M. Y., Sullivan, O. & Gershuny, J. I. (April 2011) 'Gender Convergence in Domestic Work: Discerning the Effects of Interactional and Institutional Barriers from Large-Scale Data' in Sociology, 45(2): 234-251.
Kan, M. Y. & Lesnard, L. (April 2011) 'Investigating Scheduling of Work: A Two-Stage Optimal Matching Analysis of Workdays and Workweeks' in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A. 174(2): 349-368.
Kan, M. Y. & Gershuny, J. I. (June 2009) ‘Calibrating Stylised Time Use Data with Diary Data’ Social Indicators Research, 93(1): 239–243.
Kan, M. Y. & Pudney, S. (October 2008) 'Measurement Error in Stylized and Diary Data on Time Use'. Sociological Methodology, 38, 101-132.
Kan, M. Y. (March 2008) 'Measuring Housework Participation: the gap between "stylised" questionnaire estimates and diary-based estimates'. Social Indicators Research, 86(3), pp. 381-400.
Kan, M. Y. (March 2008) ‘Does Gender Trump Money? Housework hours of husbands and wives in Britain’. Work, Employment and Society, 22(1), 45-66.
Kan, M. Y. (November 2007) 'Work Orientation and Wives' Employment Careers: an evaluation of Hakim's preference theory'. Work and Occupations, 34(4), pp. 430-462.
Kan, M. Y. & Heath, A. (February 2006) 'The Political Values and Choices of Husbands and Wives'. Journal of Marriage and Family, 68(1), pp. 70-86.
Gershuny, J. I. & Kan, M. Y. (in press) 'Half-way to Gender Equality in Work? Evidence from the Multinational Time Use Study'. In J. Scott (ed). Gendered Lives. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Kan, M. Y. & Gershuny, J. I. (2010) 'Gender Segregation and Bargaining in Domestic Labour: Evidence from longitudinal time use data’. In R. Crompton, J. Scott, & C. Lyonnette (eds) Gender Inequalities in the 21st Century. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Pp. 153-173.
Kan, M. Y. & Gershuny, J. I. (2009) 'Gender and Time Use Over the Life-course'. in M. Brynin & J. Ermisch (eds) Changing Relationships. New York & Oxford: Routledge.
Kan, M. Y. & Laurie, H. (December 2010) ‘Savings, investments, debts and psychological well-being in married and cohabiting couples’ Working Paper of Institute for Social and Economic Research, paper 2010-42. Colchester: University of Essex.