Academic Collaborator, International Center for Work and Family, IESE Business School
Marc Grau-Grau's research explores the benefits of fatherhood involvement for fathers themselves and their jobs. As a WAPPP Fellow, he is examining how men and women negotiate flexible work arrangements in their organizations and how structural conditions and gender dynamics affect those negotiations.
Marc Grau has a PhD in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh. Using mix methods, he explored the benefits of fatherhood involvement for fathers themselves and their jobs. He has obtained a MA in Political and Social Sciences from University Pompeu Fabra and a degree in Business Administration from ESADE Business School. Marc serves as an academic collaborator at the International Center of Work and Family in IESE Business School and as a researcher at Universitat International de Catalunya. He is also an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Economics and Business at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. His research interests focus on work-family balance, gender equality, fatherhood involvement and flexible policies. He is a coeditor of the forthcoming book: The Work-Family Balance in Light of Technology, and Globalization. As a WAPPP Fellow, he is examining how men and women negotiate and use flexible work arrangements in their organizations and how structural, gender dynamics and social norms affect the use of such policies.
Negotiating Flexible Work Arrangements: Gender Differences in Gendered Organizations