I am a Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Sociology, with a broad research interest in sociological aspects of work, employment and organizations. I am particularly interested in how various characteristics of the work context affect individuals’ attitudes and behaviors at work and beyond the work domain (e.g. family, community). My research expertise lies in the areas of social capital and social networks, work-non work spillover, gender, and ethics at work.
Lup, Daniela and Booth, Jonathan E. (2018) Work and volunteering: longitudinal relationships between work-related experiences and volunteering behavior. British Journal of Industrial Relations . ISSN 0007-1080 (Accepted/In press)
Lup, Daniela (2017) Something to celebrate (or not): the differing impact of promotion to manager on the job satisfaction of women and men. Work, Employment and Society . ISSN 0950-0170 (Published online first)
Brown, J. David and Earle, John S. and Lup, Daniela (2005) What makes small firms grow?: finance, human capital, technical assistance, and the business environment in Romania. Economic Development and Cultural Change, 54 (1). pp. 33-70.