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Papers/communications presented and discussed during the Week

by Amélie Guisseau last modified 05-07-2010 12:16
 

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WP01, Tensions between flexibility and security

 

ALBREKT LARSEN Christian (Aalborg University), VESAN Patrick (Bocconi University), Why Public employment services always fail in job broking?
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BETZELT Sigrid, BOTHFELD Silke (University of Bremen), The Impact of activation strategies on social citizenship - concluding chapter
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BONOLI Giuliano (Institut des Hautes Etudes en Administration Publique, Lausanne), Trajectoires in active labour market policy in Western Europe (T01.32) 
BONOLI Giuliano (Institut des Hautes Etudes en Administration Publique, Lausanne) and HINRICHS Karl (University of Bremen), The limits of activation. Employers, statistical discrimination, and the reinsertion of disadvantaged people into labour markets
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TARDOS Katalin (Hungarian Academy of Science), PEDERSEN Jacob (Aalborg University), Recruitment Channels and Strategies for Employing the Low-skilled Workers in Europe
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WP02, Reconciling family and employment

 

ANTTONEN Anneli (University of Tampere), JENSEN Per H (Aalborg University), KROGER Teppo (University of Tampere), NAUMANN Ingela (University of Edinburgh), PFAU-EFFINGER Birgit (University of Hamburg), ROSTGAARD Tine (Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen), Tensions related to care in European welfare states (T02.34).
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ANTTONEN Anneli and ZECHNER Minna (University of Tampere), Theorising care and care work (T02.34)
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DA ROIT Barbara (Utrecht University) and LE BIHAN Blanche (Ecole des Huates Etudes en Santé Publique, EHESP, Rennes), Working carers of an old parent in Europe: tensions in Cash for Care schemes A qualitative comparison of France and Italy (T02.34)
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FRATCZAK Ewa and Aneta Ptak-Chmielewska (Warsaw Schhool of Economics), Fertility intensions in Poland in the context of gender equality, preference and social capital theories
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IBANEZ Marta (University of Oviedo), Fertility, Female Participation in Employment and Reconciliation Policies in Spain (T02.32)

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KOTOWSKA Irena (Warsaw School of Economics), Intermezzo; data of family and labour market change in Europe – towards fluid family ties and flexible labour markets (T02.33)
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KROGER Teppo (University of Tampere), Tensions Related to Formal Care Work in Elder Care (T02.34)
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MATYSIAK Anna and KOTOWSKA Irena (Warsaw School of Economics), How does employment uncertainty affect fertility? Evidence from Poland (T02.32)
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MAUL Katharina, TOPHOVEN Silke, BASTIN Sonja, BOEHNKE Mandy, FELDHAUS Michael, HUININK Johannes (University of Bremen), Tensions of female employment, reconciliation policies and fertility in Germany (T02.32)
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OLAH Livia and FAHLEN Suzanne (University of Stockholm), Tensions reconciled? Female employment and fertility in Sweden in the early 21st century (T02.32)
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PLANTENGA Janneke (Utrecht University), Facilitating family life in times of re-commodification.   The provision of child care services and leave facilities in the EU (T02.33)
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ROSTGAARD Tine and KANGAS Oli (Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen), Policies and practices in care - How configurations of care policies shape the patterns of informal care for children and elderly (T02.34)
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SZALMA Ivett (Hungarian Academy of Science), Uncertainties in Employment Careers and the Postponement of Parenthood in Hungary
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WP03, tensions between quality and quantity of jobs

 

BOHMAN Love, BYGREN Magnus (Stockholm University) and EDLING Christofer (Jacobs University), Surge under Threat - The Rapid Increase of Women on Swedish Boards of Directors (T03.33)
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BYGREN Magnus, DUVANDER Ann-Zofie, FERRARINI Tommy (Stockholm University), Moulding Parents’ Childcare? A comparative analysis of tensions between parents’ paid work and active time with children in different family policy settings (T03.34)
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CHUNG Heejung (Tilburg University), Working hours, autonomy, and work-family conflict: a multi-level approach
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DROBNIC Sonja (University of Hamburg), FAGAN Colette (University of Manchester) and KANJUO MRCELA Aleksandra (University of Ljubljana), Young adults and employment policies (T03.32)
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FAGAN Colette and WALTHERY Pierre (University of Manchester), Individual working-time adjustments between full-time and part-time working in European Firms (T03.32)
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FAGAN Colette and WALTHERY Pierre (University of Manchester), Work-life balance, life stages and job quality: an empirical exploration
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FRASER Neil (University of Edinburgh), Working Poverty in the UK (T03.31)

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GONZALES Maria, Martinez lara and Märkli Silvia, Women on corporate board of spanish listed companies (T03.33)
GUTIERREZ Rodolfo, IBAÑEZ Marta and TEJERO Aroa (University of Oviedo), The dynamics of in-work poverty (T03.31)
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IBANEZ Zyad (University of Oviedo), Part time in skilled job. The case of the UK and the Netherlands (T03.32)

WP04, Toward employment friendly welfare states

 

GRAZIANO  Paolo (Bocconi University), Europa, Europae. Europeanization and the differential usage of Europe in Welfare State Reforms
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GRAZIANO  Paolo (Bocconi University), JACQUOT Sophie and PALIER Bruno (Sciences-Po Paris), Letting Europe In. External reviews and general comments
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KVIST Jon (University of Southern Denmark, Odense), Tax benefit model: status report (T04.32)

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PARRY Richard (University of Edinburgh), The Public Sector in Recession-Era workforce patterns (T04.36)
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(Nantes Parry paper task 4.36.doc - 161Kb) 

 

WP05, EDACwowe state of the art sessions

CHUNG Heejung (Tilburg University), State Of the Art: Tensions Data projects
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CHUNG Heejung (Tilburg University), Work-family conflict: a multi-level approach (TDP2)

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