Professor Lewis came to Middlesex in 2006. Prior to that she was a professor at MMU and a visiting professor at the (then) School of Management at UMIST. Her research focuses on gender and "work-life balance" issues and workplace practice, culture and change, in diverse national contexts. She has led many national and international research projects on these topics and has worked with employers and policy makers on work-life issues in Europe, Asia and North America. She has held research grants from the EU, The Ford Foundation, The Joseph Rowntree Foundation, ESRC,the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, the Tedworth Trust and the Department of Health. She was a founding editor of the journal Community, Work and Family
Selected publications (since 2000)
Lyonette, Clare (2013) New ways of working and the implications for work-life balance. In: Work, Employment and Society Conference: States of Work: Visions and Interpretations of Work, Employment, Society and the State, 03-05 Sep 2013, Warwick, UK.
Herman, Clem (2012) Women scientists and engineers in European companies: putting motherhood under the microscope. Gender, Work and Organization, 20 (5). pp. 467-478. ISSN 0968-6673
Anderson, Deirdre (2013) Work-life balance policies, practices and discourse and public sector cuts. In: The BPS Division of Occupational Psychology Conference 2013: Connecting and contributing to make a difference, 09-11 Jan 2013, Chester, UK. (Unpublished)
Pedersen, Vivi Bach (2012) Flexible friends? Flexible working time arrangements, blurred work-life boundaries and friendship. Work, Employment and Society, 26 (3). pp. 464-480. ISSN 0950-0170
Herman, Clem (2012) Entitled to a sustainable career? Motherhood in science, engineering and technology. Journal of Social Issues, 68 (4). pp. 767-789. ISSN 0022-4537