Program 1: People
Program 3: Opportunities
- Working Paper
Homemaker or Breadwinner: Labour Force Participation of Pakistani Women
She has contributed innovative analyses of large-scale quantitative data with a focus on gender equity in family dynamics and work-life balance. Her research impact is reflected in her influence on data investments and policy decisions by the Australian Government as well as a strong publication record in leading social science journals. She has developed and led several large-scale, multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research projects and has an exceptional track record in attracting competitive funding and building collaborations with industry and government. She is currently involved in a number of funded projects, such as the Try Test and Learn Evaluation, and Western Australia’s 100 Families project.
She is a dedicated mentor and regularly supervises ECRs, PhD candidates, and Honours students. Many of her former research fellows and students have won prestigious fellowships, while others have gone on to successful careers in academia or government. She regularly engages with community mentoring and speaks at local events, such as The Brisbane Feminist Festival (pictured above).
Janeen is a contibutor for the Child and Family Blog
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