The University of Edinburgh -

Edinburgh 2007

Student participants

 

Students attending 

Name University Year of PhD Topic/Theme Method
Maria Concetta Ambra Rome 1st A study of the difference of Southern and Northern Welfare States
Patrizia Aurich Hamburg 1st Activation policies and their socio-cultural
context: Denmark, Germany and Great Britain compared
Julie
Castonguay
Amsterdam
2nd
Measuring the Success of ALMP and the PES for the long-term unemployed
Multi- disciplinary using success criteria. Mixed methods
Elanor Colleoni Milano 1st A study of firm structure and worker mobility patterns Mixed
Hannah Durrant Bath 1st A study of vocational education and training Policy discourse
Olena Fedyuk CEU, Budapest 1st Circular Migration of Two Generations: Ukrainian Female Labour Migration to Italy. Qualitative
Ewelina Slotwinska -
Roslanowska
Warsaw School of Economics



Björn Hacker
Osnabrück
1st
Conceptions of a European Social Model
Qualitative
Timo Hakala
Turku
1st
Convergence of Pension systems
Comparative/
Quantitative
Katrin Hohmeyer Friedrich-
Alexander
Nürnberg
1st Evaluation of job opportunities for means tested recipients in Germany Mainly
Quantitative
Barbara Hofmann Friedrich-
Alexander
Nürnberg
1st Ex-post effects of punitive sanctions on the job- search- behaviour of unemployment insurance and welfare benefits recipients in Germany
 Quantitative
Seta Iskandarian New School
University
1st Family Policies and women's work-life balance in Armenia Mixed
Jana S. Javornik Southampton 1st An assessment of family-friendly policies in Post-Socialist countries Comparative/
Mixed
Carsten Jensen Aarhus 1st Transfer bias in welfare states Comparative, quantitative
Geoffroy
Matagne
Liege 1st The evolution of Belgian employment policies Mainly
Qualitative
Michaela
Pfeifer
Mannheim 1st A cross national analysis of Minimum Income Security across selected European Countries Mixed
Sander Quak Erasmus,
Rotterdam
1st 'Changing national and international dependencies and labour policies of multinational corporations'. Case Studies
Judith Raven Erasmus
Rotterdam
1st An assessment of public support for the welfare state Quantitative
survey data
Michaela Schulze Frankfurt 1st The relevance of Unions in the transformation of welfare states Mixed but mainly
Qualitative
Olivia Theonen Bern 1st Family Policy Variations Comparative/
Quantitative

 

PhD workshop groups 

I Family
II Evaluation
Seta Iskandrian
Julie Castonguay
Jana Javornik
Katrin Hohmeyer
Olivia Theonen
Barbara Hoffmann
Olena Fedyuk
Sander Quak
Timo Hakala
Patrizia Aurich

III Reform / Policy
Mixed
Michaela Schulze
Michaela Pfeifer
Geoffroy Matagne
Judith Raven
Elanor Colleoni
Björn Hacker
Hannah Durrant
Maria Concetta Ambra
Ewelina Slotwinska-Roslanowska
Carsten Jensen


Assignment groups 

Group A
Group B
Michaela Schulze
Katrin Hohmeyer
Geoffroy Matagne
Julie Castonguay
Olena Fedyuk
Elanor Colleoni
Ewelina Slotwinska-Roslanowska
Jana Javornik
Hannah Durrant
Björn Hacker

Group C
Group D
Barbara Hoffman
Sander Quack
Seta Iskandrian
Michaela Pfeiffer
Olivia Theonen
Judith Raven
Carsten Jensen
Maria Concetta Ambra
Timo Hakala
Patrizia Aurich