Wen Fan
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Changing work and work-family conflict: Evidence from the work, family, and health network
EL Kelly, P Moen, JM Oakes, W Fan, C Okechukwu, KD Davis, ...
American sociological review 79 (3), 485-516, 2014
3022014
Does a flexibility/support organizational initiative improve high-tech employees’ well-being? Evidence from the work, family, and health network
P Moen, EL Kelly, W Fan, SR Lee, D Almeida, EE Kossek, OM Buxton
American Sociological Review 81 (1), 134-164, 2016
1462016
Team-level flexibility, work–home spillover, and health behavior
P Moen, W Fan, EL Kelly
Social Science & Medicine 84, 69-79, 2013
592013
Is insecurity worse for well-being in turbulent times? Mental health in context
J Lam, W Fan, P Moen
Society and mental health 4 (1), 55-73, 2014
382014
Long-term health and socioeconomic consequences of early-life exposure to the 1959–1961 Chinese Famine
W Fan, Y Qian
Social science research 49, 53-69, 2015
322015
Constrained choices? Linking employees' and spouses' work time to health behaviors
W Fan, J Lam, P Moen, E Kelly, R King, S McHale
Social Science & Medicine 126, 99-109, 2015
292015
Can a flexibility/support initiative reduce turnover intentions and exits? Results from the work, family, and health network
P Moen, EL Kelly, SR Lee, JM Oakes, W Fan, J Bray, D Almeida, ...
Social Problems 64 (1), 53-85, 2017
282017
Manager characteristics and employee job insecurity around a merger announcement: The role of status and crossover
J Lam, K Fox, W Fan, P Moen, E Kelly, L Hammer, EE Kossek
The Sociological Quarterly 56 (3), 558-580, 2015
162015
Native-Immigrant Occupational Segregation and Worker Health in the United States, 2004-2014
W Fan, Y Qian
Social Science & Medicine 183, 130-141, 2017
52017
Turning point or selection? The effect of rustication on subsequent health for the Chinese Cultural Revolution cohort
W Fan
Social Science & Medicine 157, 68-77, 2016
52016
Education delayed but not denied: The Chinese Cultural Revolution cohort returning to school
W Fan
Advances in Life Course Research 33, 53-65, 2017
42017
Micro-level Experiences of Macro-level Change: A Cohort Perspective on China’s Shift Away from State-sector Employment
W Fan, F Zhu, P Moen
Advances in Life Course Research 35, 77-86, 2018
12018
Comment: Capturing Linked Lives—A Promising New Method
W Fan, P Moen
Sociological Methodology 45 (1), 51-56, 2015
2015
LATINO HEALTH PARADOX OR HEALTHY IMMIGRANT PHENOMENON? ADULT MORBIDITY IN THE INTEGRATED HEALTH INTERVIEW SERIES, 2000-2009.
R Macmillan, JM Oakes, N Duke, W Fan, L Luo, H Nyseth, A Vandormael
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY 175, S39-S39, 2012
2012
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