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by Renaud SMOES last modified 28-04-2011 12:28

Activities and publications of the RECWOWE network

 

The fourteenth newsletter includes the information about the final RECWOWE conference, a presentation of EDACWOWE and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

The thirteenth newsletter includes an interview with Jon KVIST, University of Southern Denmark, a presentation of the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL, Belgium) and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

The twelfth newsletter includes an interview with Daniel CLEGG, University of Edinburgh, on the RECWOWE Publication Centre , a presentation of the Faculty of Social
Studies, Masaryk University (Brno, CZ) and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

The eleventh newsletter includes an interview with Dalila GHAILANI and Ramón PEÑACASAS, European Social Observatory, (OSE, Brussels) on the events organised
in the framework of PUDIACwowe , a presentation of the Institute of Sociology
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

This special, double issue of the Newsletter opens with an interview of the coordinators of the workpackages and of the coordinators of the network, offering an overview of research activities within RECWOWE. It also features interviews with Giuliano BONOLI, Colin CROUCH, Maurizio FERRERA, Jane JENSON, Martin RHODES, and David RUEDA who share their opinion on the crisis, the future of the European welfare states and the Europe 2020 strategy.

 

The eighth newsletter includes an interview with Trudie KNIJN (Utrecht University) and Barbara HOBSON (University of Stockholm), Coordinators of Strand 02 "Reconciling Family and Employment", a presentation of the Centre for Social Policy Research at the University of Bremen (ZeS, Universität Bremen) and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

The seventh newsletter includes an interview with Ana Marta GUILLÉN (University of Oviedo)
and Sonja DROBNIČ (University of Hamburg), Coordinators of Strand 03 "Quality and
Quantity of Job", a presentation of the University of Hamburg and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

The sixth newsletter includes an interview with Jochen Clasen (University of Edinburgh, Director of the RECWOWE TAC), a presentation of the University of Utrecht and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

  

The fifth newsletter includes an interview with Daniel Clegg (University of Edinburgh) and Philippe Pochet (European Trade Union Institute), a presentation of the Observatoire social européen (OSE, Brussels) and other news about RECWOWE activities and publications.

 

 The fourth newsletter includes an interview with Professor Joakim Palme (director of the Institute for Future Studies, Stockholm), a presentation of the Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration (SNF, Bergen) and other news about RECWOWE activities and upcoming events.

  

 The third newsletter includes an interview with Professor Wim Van Oorschot (Tilburg University) and other news about RECWOWE activities and new publications in the area of work and welfare.

 

 The second newsletter includes an interview with Professor Giuliano Bonoli (winner of the Latsis award in 2007), a presentation of the University of Oviedo and other news, including news about European employment policy, new publications in the area of work and welfare, and many upcoming RECWOWE events.

 

 The inaugural newsletter presents the network and its benefits for researchers, policy-makers and civil society actors across Europe.

 

 


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RECWOWE Magazine June 2011

RECWOWE Newsletter (No. 14)

Other links (official links and relevant EU projects)

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