Emma Hagqvist

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Publications

Articles in journals

Palència, L. , De Moortel, D. , Artazcoz, L. , Salvador, M. , Puig-Barrachina, V. , Hagqvist, E. , Pérez, G. , Ruiz, M. E. & et al. (2017). Gender Policies and Gender Inequalities in Health in Europe : Results of the Sophie Project.. International Journal of Health Services, vol. 47: 1, pp. 61-82.  

Engman, F. , Nordin, A. & Hagqvist, E. (2017). Obalans mellan arbetet och privatlivet bland offentliganställda : betydelsen av kontroll och socialt stöd på arbetsplatsen. Socialmedicinsk Tidskrift, vol. 94: 5, pp. 610-622.    

Hagqvist, E. , Nordenmark, M. , Pérez, G. , Trujillo Alemán, S. & Gillander Gådin, K. (2017). Parental leave policies and time use for mothers and fathers : A case study of Spain and Sweden. Society, health and vulnerability, vol. 8: 1, pp. 2-12.    

Hagqvist, E. , Gillander Gådin, K. & Nordenmark, M. (2017). Work-family conflict and well-being across Europe : The role of gender context. Social Indicators Research, vol. 132: 2, pp. 785-797.  

Hagqvist, E. , Toivanen, S. & Vinberg, S. (2016). The gender time gap : Time use among self-employed women and men compared to paid employees in Sweden. Time & Society, , pp. 1-17.  

Hagqvist, E. , Toivanen, S. & Vinberg, S. (2015). Time strain among employed and self employed women and men in Sweden. Society, Health & Vulnerability, vol. 6, pp. 1-16.    

Hagqvist, E. , Gillander Gådin, K. & Nordenmark, M. (2012). Division of labor, perceived labor-related stress and well-being among European couples. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, vol. 2: 4, pp. 452-460.    

Doctoral theses, comprehensive summaries

Hagqvist, E. (2016). The juggle and struggle of everyday life. Gender, division of work, work-family perceptions and well-being in different policy contexts.. Dis. (Comprehensive summary) Östersund : Mid Sweden University, 2016 (Mid Sweden University doctoral thesis : 244)  

Reports

Malmusi, D. , Borrell, C. , Suhrcke, M. , Toffolutti, V. , O´Campo, P. , Muntaner, C. , Mitchell, C. , Freiler, A. & et al. (2015). Social and economic policies matter for health equity : Conclusions of the SOPHIE project. Barcelona : Addenda