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- Cavet Aksoy, Christopher Carpenter, Jeff Frank, and Matt L. Huffman. (2019). “Gay Glass Ceilings: Sexual Orientation and Workplace Authority in the U.K.” Forthcoming, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
- Leah Ruppanner, Rennie Lee, and Matt L. Huffman. (2018). “Do Mothers Benefit from Flexible Work? Cross-National Evidence for Work-Time, Job Quality, and Satisfaction.” International Journal of Sociology 48(2): 170-187.
- Matt L. Huffman, Joe King, and Malte Reichelt. (2017). “Equality for Whom? Organizational Policies and the Gender Gap across the German Earnings Distribution.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 70(1): 16-41.
- Joe King, Malte Reichelt, and Matt L. Huffman. (2017). “Computerization and Wage Inequality Between and Within German Work Establishments.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 47: 67-77.
- George Wilson, Vincent Roscigno, and Matt L. Huffman. (2015). “Public Sector Privatization and Racial Inequality.” Forthcoming, Social Problems.
- Anja-Kristin Abendroth, Matt L. Huffman, and Judy Treas. (2014). “The Parity Penalty in Life Course Perspective: Motherhood and Occupational Status in 13 European Countries.” American Sociological Review 79: 993-1014.
- Leah Ruppanner and Matt L. Huffman. (2014). “Blurred Boundaries: Gender and Work-Family Interference in Cross-National Context.” Work & Occupations 41: 210-236.
- George Wilson, Vincent Roscigno, and Matt L. Huffman. (2013). “Public Sector Transformation, Racial Inequality, and Downward Occupational Mobility.” Social Forces 91: 975-1006.
- Matt L. Huffman (volume editor). (2012). Gender and Race Inequality in Management: Critical Issues, New Evidence. Vol 639 (Jan), The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
- Matt L. Huffman, Philip N. Cohen, and Jessica Pearlman. (2010). “Engendering Change: Organizational Dynamics and Workplace Gender Desegregation, 1975–2005.” Administrative Science Quarterly 55: 255-277. (winner, 2011 Scott Award for distinguished article from the Organizations, Occupations & Work section of the American Sociological Association).