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The State of the Art Conference:
Warsaw,12-16 June, 2007

    
Tuesday, 12 June 2007


12.00 - 19.00 Registration

12.30-14.00: Lunch
14.00 – 16.00 Session 1.1 – Meeting of the Executive Committee
16.30-18.30: Meeting of EDACwowe
19.00 Dinner

 


Wednesday 13 June 2007

08:30-09:00: Registration

09.00-12.30: Session 2.1: Meetings of the Workpackage-Groups WP01-WP04

 

WP01: Tensions between flexibility and security
Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP, Chavannes-près-Renens, Switzerland)                 
Jochen Clasen (UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Introduction: Overall presentation of work done and of future activities.

Jochen Clasen, Elke Viebrok (Edinburgh):
Presentation and discussion of state of the art papers
Paper session I :

Bjørn Holmgaard Johansen (Aalborg):
Active labour market policy: what works, for whom, when and why?
Jiri Winkler (Brno)
"New Social Risks" and the Changes at the Czech Labour Market Policy in the 2006-2011 Period.

WP02: Tensions between family and work
Barbara Hobson (STOCK, Stockholm, Sweden)
Trudie Knijn (UTREC, Utrecht, Netherlands)

Trudie Knijn, (Utrecht):
Tensions in, Paradigms of and Directives for the Relationship between Family and Work
Jannike Plantenga (Utrecht):
Work Family Reconciliation: In search of reliable statistics and meaningful indicators.
Robert Maier (Utrecht):
Life course and social policy: challenges and opportunities

Barbara Hobson (Stockolm):
Work family balance, capabilities and agancy: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges

Colette Fagan (Manchester):
Work-family time policy provision and employee take-up in European firms: first findings.
Laura Van Duik and Bram Pepper (Utrecht):
Managing Work-life Policies in the European workplace: explorations for future research.

 

 

 

WP03: Tensions on quality of job
Svenn-Age Dahl (SNF, Bergen, Norway)
Ana Marta Guillen (OVIEDO, Spain)

 

Introduction: Presentation of work done. Discussion of papers on the concept and measurement of job quality
Svenn-Åge Dahl and Karen M. Olsen (SNF):
Quality of work - concept and measurement.
Ramon Pena-Casas (OSE):
Quality of work and employment in EU policy arena: conceptual frameworks and monitoring indicators.
Ingrid Esser (SOFI):
Documentation on existing data on job quality.

WP04: Toward employment friendly welfare states
Klaus Armingeon (Berne, Switzerland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)

 

Presentation and discussion of the state of the art report
(Bruno Palier and team)
Part II: Presentation and discussion of the state of the art papers I
Waltraud Schelkle (LSE):
Social protection as a productive factor. Can we make economic and political sense of this paradigm?

Richard Parry (Edinburgh):
The welfare state as employer: old and new types of political and economic action.
Patrick Emmenegger (Bern):
Barriers to entry: Insider/outsider politics and the political determinants of job security regulation

12.30-14.00 Lunch

 
14.00 – 16.00 Session 2.2 Welcome and plenary session

Welcome:
Denis Bouget, Bruno Palier and Ewa Fratczak (RECWOWE)

Piotr Płoszajski, professor, Prorector of the Warsaw School of Economics (WSE), and
Janina
Jóżwiak, professor, Director of the Institute of Statistics and Demography, WSE.

Joanna Kluzik-Rostkowska
,
Deputy State Secretary, Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
Family Policy in Poland

Ton  Wilthagen, professor, head of OSA´s general policy research programme, Tilburg University
Flexicurity: reconciling equity and efficiency in European labour markets?

 

 

 
16.00-16.30: Coffee/tea Break

16.30-18h30 Session 2.3: Plenary session
Chairperson:Jochen Clasen (UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Arne Kalleberg: Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs: The Quality and Quantity of Work in Global Context

Jacqueline O’Reilly, Director of Gender Studies in Sociology University of Sussex
Labour Market Transitions and Gendered Welfare Regimes

Francis Green: Professor of Economics, University of Kent
Demanding work

 

 

 

Thursday 14 June 2007

09.00-12.30 Session 3.1: Meetings of the Workpackage-Groups WP01-WP04

 

 

WP01: Tensions between flexibility and security
Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP, Chavannes-près-Renens, Switzerland)
Jochen Clasen (UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Data session: Presentation of macro-level database inventory, Presentation of micro-level database inventory
Paper session 1:

Fabio Bertozzi (IDHEAP):
Measuring flexicurity at the macro-level: conceptual and data availability challenges.
Annette Quinto Romani, Jørgen Goul Andersen (Aarlborg):
Flexibility, incentives and security: An overview of Micro-level data.
Paper session 2:
Agota Scharle, (Budapest), Low activity rates, depressed regions, and rising disability pension claims in Hungary.
Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP):
The political mobilisation of new social risk groups

WP02: Tensions between family and work
Barbara Hobson (STOCK, Stockholm, Sweden)
Trudie Knijn (UTREC, Utrecht, Netherlands)

Panels. Presentations of, dimensions and perspectives in related research areas: WFB:  Care and Fertility
Birgit Pfau Effinger (Hamburg):

Change of the cultural basis of care arrangements in European societies.
Anneli.Anttonen (Tampere):
Social care between welfare and work in a comparative perspective.
Teppo Kröger (Tampere):
Formal and informal care in the Nordic countries.
Tine Rostgaard (Copenhag):
Consumerism in Social Care.
Alison Smith, (Edinburgh):
Intergenerational Contributions to Childcare Across Europe.

Ewa Frątczak (Warsaw) Livia Olàh (Stockholm),Fertility Panel
Labour Market, Social Policy and Fertility Panel.

 

 

 

WP03: Tensions on quality of job
Svenn-Age Dahl (SNF, Bergen, Norway)
Ana Marta Guillen (OVIEDO, Spain)

 

Discussion of state of the art papers:
Dalila Ghailani (OSE):
The gender gap in the European Union.
Ana Guillén (Oviedo), Rodolfo Gutiérrez (Oviedo)and Ramon Pena-Casas (OSE):
Earnings inequality and in-work poverty.
Maria González (Oviedo):
Workers' involvement at firm-level. Changing jobs in Europe for better or worse?
Judith Clifton (Oviedo):
On the rise of the "new public service transnationals".

WP04: Toward employment friendly welfare states
Klaus Armingeon (Berne, Switzerland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)

 

Presentation and discussion of the state of the art papers II:

Tomas Sirovatka (Brno):
Activation policies and their impacts in conditions of weak governance: Czech and Slovak cases compared.
Rik van Berkel (Utrecht) and Willibrord de Graaf (Utrecht):
New forms of governance in welfare-to-work policies.
Klaus Armingeon (Bern):
The politics of employment growth in European welfare states.
Bruno Palier (Paris):
The politics of welfare reforms in bismarckian continental Europe.
George Pagoulatos (Athens), Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos (Athens) and Myrto Stassinopoulou (Oxford):

New modes of governance of the EU’s social policy and employment policy.


12.30-14.00 Lunch
 

 
14.00-18.30:  Session 3.2: Meetings of the Workpackage-Groups WP01-WP04

 

 

WP01: Tensions between flexibility and security
Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP, Chavannes-près-Renens, Switzerland)
Jochen Clasen (UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Discussion of future work
Giuliano Bonoli, IDHEAP
The long term effects of activation
Daniel Clegg, Edinburgh, Matteo Jessoula, Milan

The Politics of Flexicurity in Europe.
Karin Gottschall, Sigrid Betzelt and Silke Bothfeld (University of Bremen)
‘Activating’ strategies and their gender implications for empowerment.
Karl Hinrichs (Bremen), Matteo Jessoula (Bocconi) and Niels Ploug (SFI)
Flexible today, secure tomorrow?


WP02: Tensions between family and work

Barbara Hobson (STOCK, Stockholm, Sweden)
Trudie Knijn (UTREC, Utrecht, Netherlands)

Part 1 Presentations of ongoing research
Nevenka Černigoj Sadar and Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela (Ljubljana):

Parents Between Work an Family Demands: The Case of Slovenia.
Mina Salmi and Johanna Lammi-Taskula (Helsinki):
Contradicting goals or ignored interconnections: The complicated relations of family policy, employment rate and mothers' labour market participation in Finland.
Klaus Armingeon (Bern) and Olivia Thoenen (Bern):
Collatoral family policy in five worlds of welfare.
Part 2: Discussion of future research agendas and data collection.

 

 

 

WP03: Tensions on quality of job
Svenn-Age Dahl (SNF, Bergen, Norway)
Ana Marta Guillen (OVIEDO, Spain)

 

Discussion of state of the art papers:
Holm-Detlev Köhler and Sergio González Begega (Oviedo):
Participation of employees as a mean to improve quality at work. The case of social dialogue in the European Union.
Javier Mato and Begona Cueto (Oviedo):
Skills formation and lifelong learning in the European Union.
Presentation and discussion of future activities


WP04: Toward employment friendly welfare states
Klaus Armingeon (Berne, Switzerland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)

 

Part I: Presentation and discussion of inventories of existing data
(Klaus Armingeon and team)
Part II: Discussion of future activities.

 

 

Friday 15 June 2007

 

9.00-11.00: Session 4.1: Plenary session: state of the art of RECWOWE by the WP01-WP04 co-ordinators.
Chairperson:Wim van Oorshot (UVT, Tilburg, The Netherlands)

Introduction
Denis Bouget (MSHG, Nantes, France)

WP01: Tensions between flexibility and security
Giuliano Bonoli (IDHEAP, Chavannes-près-Renens, Switzerland)
Jochen Clasen (UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
WP02: Tensions between family and work
Barbara Hobson (STOCK, Stockholm, Sweden)
Trudie Knijn (UTREC, Utrecht, Netherlands)
WP03: Tensions on quality of job
Svenn-Age Dahl (SNF, Bergen, Norway)
Ana Marta Guillen (OVIEDO, Spain)
Judith Clifton (OVIEDO, Spain)
WP04: Toward employment friendly welfare states
Klaus Armingeon (Berne, Switzerland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)
Discussion

 

11.15-13.15: Session 4.2: Plenary session: Policy/research agenda
Chairperson:Bruno Palier (Sciences-Po, Paris, France)

Peter Whiteford, Member of the OECD Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs

Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead, responsible for employment and working conditions, ILO,

Agnès Hubert, Bureau of European Policy Advisers

 

 

13.15-14.30: Lunch

 

14.30-16.00: Session 4.3: Cross-activities and Spreading of Excellence
Chairperson: Ana Guillen(OVIEDO, Spain)

 

WP05: European Data centre for Work and Welfare
Wim Van Oorschot (UVT, Tilburg, Netherlands)
Torben Friedberg (SFI, Copenhagen, Denmark)
WP09: Publication and diffusion Centre
Daniel Clegg (STIR, Stirling, United Kingdom)
Philippe Pochet (OSE, Brussels, Belgium)
WP10: Training Activities
Jochen Clasen UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Alex Fischer (CEU, Budapest, Hungary)
WP11: Dialogue Centre
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)
Philippe pochet (OSE, Brussels, Belgium)
Discussion


16.15-18.30: Session 4.4: Meetings of the RECWOWE Centers and preparation of future tasks

PUDISCwowe: Creating a Publication and Dissemination Centre
& DIACwowe:Creating a Dialogue Centre
Daniel Clegg (STIR, Stirling, United Kingdom)
Philippe Pochet (OSE, Brussels, Belgium)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, Paris, France)


TACwowe: Creating a Training Activities Centre
Jochen Clasen UEDIN, Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Alex Fischer (CEU, Budapest, Hungary)

Meeting of small groups for the preparation of future activities

 

Saturday 16 June 2007


9.00-11.00: Session 5.1: Plenary session: Guest speakers
Chairperson: Klaus Armingeon (BERN, Switzerland)

Margarita Estevez-Abe, Paul Sack Associate Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University
Gendering the varieties of Capitalism : Women and Work in Advanced Industrial Societies

Lane Kenworthy, Associate Professor Department of Sociology University of Arizona, Tucson,
Jobs with Equality

Stella Golinowska, professor, the Institute of Labour and Social Affairs, Warsaw
Labour mobility and new social problems. Transition countries experiences

 

 


11.15-13.15: Session 5.2: Round table with the members of the Advisory Committee
Chairperson: Trudie Knijn ( UTRECH, Utrecht, The Netherlands)

 

Chiara Saraceno, University of Turino

Tony Atkinson
, Oxford, Nuffield College

Gerhard Bosch, University of Duisburg-Essen

Anton Hemerijck, The Netherlands Council of Government Policy

Jane Jenson, University Montreal

Emmanuel Julien, UNICE-MEDEF

 

13.15-14.30: Lunch

14.30-15.30: Meeting of the Governing Committee

15.45-17.30: Meeting of the Executive Committee

14.30-17.30: Meetings of small groups for the preparation of future activities

 


Important

 EDACwowe logo

PUDISC - logo

TAC - logo

RECWOWE Magazine June 2011

RECWOWE Newsletter (No. 14)

Other links (official links and relevant EU projects)

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