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Working Papers on the Reconciliation of Work and Welfare in Europe

Working papers

Working Papers 2011
04/11
Aurélien Abrassart
Cognitive skills matter. The employment disadvantage of the low-educated in international comparison
03/11
Timothee Vlandas
The dependent variable problem in quantitative studies of Active Labour Market Programmes: Uncovering hidden dynamics?
02/11
Christian Albrekt Larsen, Patrik Vesan
Public Employment Services, Employers and the failure of placement of low-skill workers in six European countries
01/11
Janine Leschke
Flexible working lives and pension coverage in Europe with a focus on women: Lessons to be learned by Germany?
Working Papers 2010
15/10
Caroline de la Porte
State of the art. Overview of concepts, indicators and methodologies used for analyzing the social OMC
14/10
Heejung Chung, Wim van Oorschot
Employment insecurity of European individuals during the financial crisis. A multi-level approach
13/10
Marta Ibanez
Fertility, Female Participation in Employment and Reconciliation Policies in Spain
12/10
Eric Crettaz, Giuliano Bonoli
Why Are Some Workers Poor? The Mechanisms that Produce Working Poverty in a Comparative Perspective
11/10
Sophie Jacquot, Clemence Ledoux, Bruno Palier
European resources in the field of reconciliation between paid work and private life
10/10
Giuliano Bonoli, Karl Hinrichs
Statistical Discrimination and Employers’ Recruitment Practices for Low Skilled Workers
09/10
Sascha Zirra
Domestic Europeanization - Institutional Entrepreneurs and Welfare State Change
08/10
Marek Naczyk, Bruno Palier
Complementing or replacing old age insurance? The growing importance of funded pensions in the French pension system
07/10
Daniel Clegg, Paolo Graziano, Christa van Wijnbergen
Between sectionalism and revitalisation: Trade unions and activation policies in Europe
06/10
PUDICACwowe Editorial Resources in Work and Welfare
05/10
Anil Duman, Anna Horvath
Reconciliation of Work and Family Life in Hungary
04/10
Magdalena Bernaciak,
Anil Duman,
Vera Scepanovic

Employee welfare and collective Bargaining in exposed and protected sectors: Evidence from Poland and Serbia
03/10
Alexander Goerne
The Capability Approach in social policy analysis. Yet another concept?
02/10
Patrick Emmenegger
Gendering Insiders and Outsiders. Labour Market Status and Preferences for Job Security.
01/10
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
13/09
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
11/09
Trudie Knijn, Arnoud Smit
The Relationship between Family and Work
10/09
Fabio Bertozzi, Giuliano Bonoli
Measuring Flexicurity at the Macro Level
09/09
Silja Haeusermann, Hanna Schwander
Identifying outsiders across countries
08/09
MarÍa C. Gonzalez Workers’ Involvement at the workplace and Job Quality in Europe
07/09
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
04/09
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