The University of Edinburgh -

Bremen 2009

Student Participants

NameUniversityDissertation Topic (Working Title)
Silvia AvramEuropean University Institute (EUI), FlorenceAnti-Poverty Policies in Central and Eastern Europe
Peter BosUniversity of UtrechtThe Reintegration of Long-Term Social Assistance Recipients: From Insight Into Clients. Towards Development of Reintegration Projects
Christoph BurkhardtBremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)Migration and Inclusion into European Welfare States: Migration Regimes, Integration Strategies, and Solidarity Towards Immigrants
Daniel CaroloUniversity of LisbonThe Welfare State Reform in Portugal: Equity in Social Security and Pension System Reforms
Cyrielle ChampionSwiss Graduate School of Public Administration (IDHEAP)Institutional Fragmentation and Coordination Initiatives in Western European Welfare States
Lisa DamaschkeUniversity of TuebingenIs a Social Europe Possible? The Europeanization of Poverty Policies in EU-Member States
Antje EichlerUniversity of TrierGrey Care Markets
Debby GerritsenUniversity of UtrechtParticipation of Young Migrant Dropouts in the Netherlands
Julia Gieseler
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)
The Expansion of Private Components Within The Retirement Income Mix in Bismarckian Pension Systems
Alexander GoerneUniversity of EdinburghNon-Employment and Capabilities: A Comparative Study of the UK’s and Germany’s Changing Approaches Towards Non-Employment
Ijin HongGraduate School of Social Welfare, Yonsei UniversityBasic Income and Social Exclusion: Minimum Guarantee Income Policies in a Comparative Perspective
Marjolein JeeneUniversity of TilburgThe Cultural Context of Welfare Distribution: A Description and Explanation of Public Attitudes Towards Social Protection of Needy Groups in European Welfare States
Asa MaronBen-Gurion University of the NegevTransformations in Israeli Social Citizenship (1975-2007): Local Institutions, Agents and International Policy Conventions in the Formation of a New Mode of Regulation
Anneli MuhrUniversity of VäxjöWhat Kind of Social Citizenship Do Young Immigrant Entrepreneurs Get?
Urban NothdurfterUniversity of TrentoSocial Inclusion of Disadvantaged Young People: Policy Development and Social Work Practice
Federico PanaldiGraduate School in Social, Economic and Political Sciences, University of MilanThe EU Politics of Indicators: Strategic Use of Statistical Evidence in Employment and Social Policy
Regine PaulUniversity of BathThe Governance of Belonging: Patterns of ‘Managing’ Labour Migration Policy in European Welfare States and Labour Markets
Patrick PrägUniversity of HamburgThe Effect of Work–Family Conflict on Union Dissolution: Cross-National and Class Perspectives
David ReichelUniversity of ViennaThe Impact of Naturalisation of Migrants with Respect to their Economic and Social Integration in Austria
Deborah RiceVU University AmsterdamThe Content and Implementation of Activating Labour Market Policies in Four European Welfare Regimes
Anna SchonewilleVU University AmsterdamCitizenship, New Welfare and Governance
Maike SmidtUniversity of HamburgReasons for Regional Differences of Women’s Labour Force Participation: A Comparison of East and West German Federal States
Albert VarelaUniversity of SheffieldOn the Relation Between Social Exclusion and Welfare Regimes
Timothée VlandasLondon School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)Activation Policies in Crisis? Towards a Reappraisal in the Context of Emerging New Risks
Anna Caroline WarfelmannBremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)Analysis of Old-Age Pensions for Parliamentarians in an International Perspective