Audrey's research focuses on private benefits offered by employers that are unsupplied or under-supplied publicly by the welfare state, the impact this has on women's professional outcomes, and political attitudes about these dynamics.  Her dissertation manuscript examines the liberal welfare regimes of Canada and the United States, and in other work she explores the "Mediterranean style" welfare regimes of Southern Europe.  Audrey's research has been supported by the Malcolm Wiener Center for Inequality and Social Policy, the Foundations of Human Behavior Initiative, the Institute for Quantitative Social Science, and the Center for American Politics, all at Harvard University, as well as the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University.