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Dr Daniel Dinale

Postdoctoral research fellow

BCom, The University of Sydney; BCom (Hons), The University of Sydney Business School; PhD, The University of Sydney Business School


Primary affiliation: Postdoctoral research fellow, Work and Organisational Studies, University of Sydney


Research stream: Organisations and the mature workforce; sustainable wellbeing in later life


Daniel Dinale is a post-doctoral researcher based at the University of Sydney node of CEPAR. He received his PhD degree from Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies at the University of Sydney Business School.

His doctoral thesis focused on cross-national patterns of female employment, motherhood and public policy regarding the reconciliation of employment and family. The thesis applied comparative institutional analysis to explain why the relationship between female labour force participation and fertility rates is now positive in post-industrial nations.


Keywords: female employment, fertility, gender role attitudes, social policy, unpaid care