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Working Papers on the Reconciliation of Work and Welfare in Europe

Working papers

Working Papers 2011
Aurélien Abrassart
Cognitive skills matter. The employment disadvantage of the low-educated in international comparison
Timothee Vlandas
The dependent variable problem in quantitative studies of Active Labour Market Programmes: Uncovering hidden dynamics?
Christian Albrekt Larsen, Patrik Vesan
Public Employment Services, Employers and the failure of placement of low-skill workers in six European countries
Janine Leschke
Flexible working lives and pension coverage in Europe with a focus on women: Lessons to be learned by Germany?
Working Papers 2010
Caroline de la Porte
State of the art. Overview of concepts, indicators and methodologies used for analyzing the social OMC
Heejung Chung, Wim van Oorschot
Employment insecurity of European individuals during the financial crisis. A multi-level approach
Marta Ibanez
Fertility, Female Participation in Employment and Reconciliation Policies in Spain
Eric Crettaz, Giuliano Bonoli
Why Are Some Workers Poor? The Mechanisms that Produce Working Poverty in a Comparative Perspective
Sophie Jacquot, Clemence Ledoux, Bruno Palier
European resources in the field of reconciliation between paid work and private life
Giuliano Bonoli, Karl Hinrichs
Statistical Discrimination and Employers’ Recruitment Practices for Low Skilled Workers
Sascha Zirra
Domestic Europeanization - Institutional Entrepreneurs and Welfare State Change
Marek Naczyk, Bruno Palier
Complementing or replacing old age insurance? The growing importance of funded pensions in the French pension system
Daniel Clegg, Paolo Graziano, Christa van Wijnbergen
Between sectionalism and revitalisation: Trade unions and activation policies in Europe
PUDICACwowe Editorial Resources in Work and Welfare
Anil Duman, Anna Horvath
Reconciliation of Work and Family Life in Hungary
Magdalena Bernaciak,
Anil Duman,
Vera Scepanovic

Employee welfare and collective Bargaining in exposed and protected sectors: Evidence from Poland and Serbia
Alexander Goerne
The Capability Approach in social policy analysis. Yet another concept?
Patrick Emmenegger
Gendering Insiders and Outsiders. Labour Market Status and Preferences for Job Security.
Giuliano Bonoli                 
The political economy of active labour market policy
Working Papers 2009
14/09 Costanza Rodriguez d’Acri, Alison Johnston, Andreas Kornelakis The Role of Social Partners in Bargaining over Non-wage Issues across Austria, Greece and Italy
Denis Bouget
Trends of Social Welfare Systems: From Convergence to Attractiveness.
12/09 Markus Tepe Public administration employment in 17 OECD nations from 1995 to 2005
Trudie Knijn, Arnoud Smit
The Relationship between Family and Work
Fabio Bertozzi, Giuliano Bonoli
Measuring Flexicurity at the Macro Level
Silja Haeusermann, Hanna Schwander
Identifying outsiders across countries
MarÍa C. Gonzalez Workers’ Involvement at the workplace and Job Quality in Europe
Rodolfo Gutierrez, Ana Guillen, Ramon Pena-Casas
Earnings inequality and in-work-poverty
06/09 Ramon Pena-Casas More and Better Jobs
05/09 Svenn-Åge Dahl, Torstein Nesheim, Karen M. Olsen Quality of Work - concept and measurement
Laura den Dulk, Bram Peper Managing work-life policies in the European workplace
03/09 Barbara Hobson, Susanne FahlÉn Applying Sen’s Capabilities Framework to Work Family Balance within a European Context
02/09 Johan Davidsson, Marek Naczyk The Ins and Outs of Dualisation: A Literature Review
01/09 Elke Viebrock, Jochen Clasen
Flexicurity - a state-of-the-art review
Working Papers 2008
01/08 Sophie Jacquot National Welfare State Reforms and the Question of Europeanization: From Impact to Usages