Karen Z. Kramer
Karen Z. Kramer
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois
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The potential impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on occupational status, work from home, and occupational mobility
A Kramer, KZ Kramer
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 103442, 2020
1742020
Stay-at-home fathers definition and characteristics based on 34 years of CPS data
KZ Kramer, EL Kelly, JB McCulloch
Journal of Family Issues, 36 (12), 1651-1673, 2015
922015
Decomposing gender beliefs: Cross‐national differences in attitudes toward maternal employment and gender equality at home
W Yu, P Lee
Sociological Inquiry 83 (4), 591-621, 2013
702013
At-Home Father Families in the United States: Gender Ideology, Human Capital, and Unemployment
KZ Kramer, A Kramer
Journal of Marriage and Family, 2016
582016
Comparison of Poverty and Income Disparity of Single Mothers and Fathers Across Three Decades: 1990–2010
KZ Kramer, LL Myhra, VS Zuiker, JW Bauer
Gender Issues, 33(1), 22-41, 2016
482016
Parental behavioural control and academic achievement: striking the balance between control and involvement
KZ Kramer
Research in Education 88 (1), 85-98, 2012
372012
Financial stress and depressive symptoms: the impact of an intervention of the Chicago Earned Income Tax Periodic Payment.
FCD Andrade, KZ Kramer, JK Monk, AJ Greenlee, R Mendenhall
Public health 153, 99-102, 2017
132017
Asset Accumulation and Housing Cost Burden: Pathways to (Not) Saving
R Mendenhall, K Kramer, I Akresh
Housing Policy Debate, 2013
122013
Relations Between Economic Well-Being, Family Support, Community Attachment, and Life Satisfaction Among LGBQ Adults
V Lazarevic, EG Holman, RF Oswald, KZ Kramer
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 2015
112015
Periodic Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Payment, Financial Stress and Wellbeing: A Longitudinal Study
KZ Kramer, FCD Andrade, AJ Greenlee, B Dylan, ...
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 1-13, 2019
10*2019
The positive spillover and crossover of paternity leave use: A dyadic longitudinal analysis
KZ Kramer, H Bae, C Huh, S Pak
Journal of Vocational Behavior 115, 103310, 2019
82019
The potential impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on occupational status, work from home, and occupational mobility. doi: 10.1016/j. jvb. 2020.103442 P-ISSN: 2204-1990
A Kramer, KZ Kramer
E-ISSN, 2020
62020
Relative Earnings and Depressive Symptoms among Working Parents: Gender Differences in the Effect of Relative Income on Depressive Symptoms
KZ Kramer, S Pak
Sex Roles 78 (11), 744-759, 2018
62018
Impact of the Chicago Earned Income Tax Periodic Payment intervention on food security
FCD Andrade, K Kramer, A Greenlee, A Williams, R Mendenhall
Preventive Medicine Reports, 2019
52019
Financial Instability in the Earned Income Tax Credit Program: Can Advanced Periodic Payments Ameliorate Systemic Stressors?
A Greenlee, K Kramer, F Andrade, D Bellisle, R Blanks, R Mendenhall
Urban Affairs Review, 1078087420921527, 2020
22020
Low-and moderate-income families’ avenues to mobility: Overcoming threats to asset accumulation and remaining in undesirable neighborhoods
R Mendenhall, KZ Kramer, D Bellisle
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 53, 26-39, 2018
22018
Putting the family back into work and family research
A Kramer, KZ Kramer
Journal of Vocational Behavior 126, 103564, 2021
12021
Parental Involvement among First-and Second-generation Latin Americans in the United States
KZ Kramer, E Şahin, Q Gong
Journal of Family Issues, 0192513X20948555, 2020
12020
Nexus between work and family in stay-at-home father households: analysis using the current population surveys, 1968-2008.
K Kramer
12011
Is Illinois Ready for Paid Parental Leave? Potential Benefits for Individuals, Families, Employers and the State
KZ Kramer, J Annes, M Chemello, SY Park
2019
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