The University of Edinburgh -

Hamburg 2007

Student participants

Students attending

Name, email

Title of Presentation
University
Aurich, Patrizia
patrizia.aurich@
gmx.de
Activation Policies in Europe: the Changing Interconnection of Work and Welfare
University of
Hamburg,
Germany
Blome, Agnes
blome@wzb.eu 
Reforms of Family Policies and Policy Responsiveness in European Welfare States: Is there a Feedback Effect?
Wissenschafts- zentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Germany
Bonizzoni, Paola
pbonizzoni2002@
yahoo.it
Civic stratification and stratified reproduction: the hardships of Latin American families in Italy
Milan University, Italy
Bording Pedersen, Bibi
bibi@
socsci.aau.dk 
Organization and management: a single case study of a Danish Jobcentre
CCWS, Aalborg, Denmark
Brandt, Martina
brandt@
soziologie.uzh.ch
Intergenerational Help and Care in Europe
(in cooperation with Klaus Haberkern)
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Cognard, Etienne
ecognard@
ish-lyon.cnrs.fr 
Employer political fragmentation and institutional processes: some building blocks for analysing employers’ power
University Lumière Lyon 2, France
Colomb, Fabrice
fabrice.colomb@
malix.univ-paris1.fr
 
Employment policies: the construction of a policy category
CES-MATISSE
Maison des Sciences Economiques, France
Haberkern, Klaus
haberkern@
soziologie.uzh.ch 
Intergenerational Help and Care in Europe
(in cooperation with Martina Brandt)
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Eichler, Melanie
melanie.eichler@
uni-hamburg.de
Welfare state change and the role of the family for elderly care
University of Hamburg, Centre for Globalisation and Governance, Germany
Komp, Kathrin
k.komp@fsw.vu.nl 
Who are the Young Old?
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL
Marjanen, Katja
katja.marjanen@
uni-hamburg.de
Policy making, gender role ideology, and the division of housework in Germany and Finland
University of Hamburg, Institute of Sociology, Germany
Matagne, Geoffroy
gmatagne@
ulg.ac.be
Belgian employment policy reforms: “reshuffling” Work and Welfare
Science Po Paris – University of Liège, France
Öun, Ida
ida.oun@
soc.umu.se
Work-family conflict in the Nordic countries: A comparative analysis
Umeå University, Sweden
Picot, Georg
georg.picot@
unimi.it 
Segmentation of Unemployment Benefits – Cross-national Variation and Theoretical Hypotheses
Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Raven, Judith
raven@fsw.eur.nl 
Shifting Solidarity? Trends in support for the Dutch welfare state
Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL
Rissanen, Tapio
tapio.rissanen@uta.fi 
Contradictory Nature of the Finnish Child Home Care Allowance (CHCA) –
One Social Assistance System, Diverse Ways of Using it, Varying Consequences to Users’ Work Careers
University of Tampere, Finland
Schulze, Michaela
Schulze@
soz.uni-frankfurt.de
 
Convergence and Divergence in Welfare State Reform Policies: Denmark, Germany and the United States in Comparison
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Tamilina, Larysa
tamilina@
gsss.uni-bremen.de
 
Impact of welfare state development on social trust formation: Re-specifying the crowding-out hypothesis
Graduate School of Social Sciences
Universität Bremen, Germany
Távora, Isabel
Isabel.Tavora@
postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
Understanding the high rates of employment amongst low educated women in Portugal
University of Manchester, EWERC, UK
Tekin, Ebru
ebrutekin@hotmail.com 
Political Economy of Institutional Transformation of Turkish Hazelnut Sector
University of Bosphorus and
University of Yeditepe, Turkey
Wilinska, Monika
Monika.Wilinska@
hhj.hj.se 
Elder care deconstructed- in search of models of elder care in Europe
Department of Behavioural Science and Social Work
Zirra, Sascha
sascha.zirra@
uni-oldenburg.de 
Varieties of European Flexicurity. Impacts of the European Employment Strategy on domestic institutions in Germany, Italy and France
Universität Oldenburg, Germany
 
 

Groups for presentation and discussion of papers by PhD students 

Group 1: Development of employment and welfare state policies
Chair: Jörgen Goul Andersen
Name
Title of Presentation
Etienne Cognard
Employer political fragmentation and institutional processes: some building blocks for analysing employers' power
Geoffrey Matagne
Belgian employment policy reforms: “reshuffling” Work and Welfare?
Sascha Zirra
Impacts of the European Employment Strategy on domestic institutions in Germany, Italy and France

Michaela Schulze
Convergence and Divergence in Welfare State Reform Policies: Denmark, Germany and the United States in Comparison
Georg Picot
Segmentation of Unemployment Benefits - Cross-national Variation and Theoretical Hypotheses

 

Group 2: Change of welfare state policies and care work
Chair: Anneli Anttonen
Name
Title of Presentation
Paola Bonizzoni
Civic stratification and stratified reproduction: the hardships of Latin American families in Italy
Melanie Eichler
Welfare state change and the role of the family for elderly care
Kathrin Komp
Who are the Young Old?
Katja Marjanen
Policy making, gender role ideology, and the division of housework in Germany and Finland
                
Group 3: Development of informal networks, family structures and the welfare state
Chair: Sonja Drobnic
Name
Title of Presentation
Martina Brandt,
Klaus Haberkern
Intergenerational Help and Care in Europe
Ida Öun
Work-family conflict in the Nordic countries: A comparative analysis
Ebru Tekin
Political Economy of Institutional Transformation of Turkish Hazelnut Sector: Informal Local and European Networks
Isabel Távora
Understanding the high rates of employment amongst low educated women in Portugal
Group 4: Labour market policies, social trust and social solidarity
 
Chair: Wim van Oorschot
Name
Title of Presentation
Patrizia Aurich
Activation Policies in Europe: the Changing Interconnection of Work and Welfare
Bibi Bording Pedersen
Organization and management: a single case study of a Danish Jobcentre
Fabrice Colomb
Employment policies: the construction of a policy category
Larysa Tamilina
Impact of welfare state development on social trust formation: Re-specifying the crowding-out hypothesis
Judith Raven
Shifting Solidarity? Trends in support for the Dutch welfare state
Group 5: Work ethics, family policies and social care
 
Chair: Birgit Pfau-Effinger
Name
Title of Presentation
Agnes Blome Reforms of Family Policies and Policy Responsiveness in European Welfare States: Is there a Feedback Effect?
Tapio Rissanen Contradictory Nature of the Finnish Child Home Care Allowance (CHCA) – One Social Assistance System, Diverse Ways of Using it, Varying Consequences to Users’ Work Careers
Monika Wilinska   
Elder care deconstructed- in search of models of elder care in Europe