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Address

Institute for Labour Studies (OSA)

Postbus 90153

5000 LE  Tilburg

 

Recent and current positions

1994–1998      Ph.D at the Department of Social Security Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tilburg University, the Netherlands. Doctorate in 2002; title: ‘Minimum protection and poverty in Europe. An economic analysis of the subsidiarity principle within EU social policy’ (revised version published in 2004 by Edward Elgar)

                        Promotors: Prof.dr. J. Berghman & Prof.dr. R. Muffels

1994–1998      Lecturer Labour and Social Security at the Department of Social Security Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tilburg University

1998–1999      Lecturer Labour and Social Security at the Department of Social Security Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Tilburg University (1.0 fte, fixed-term)

1999–2005      Post-doc at the Tilburg Institute for Social and Socio-Economic Research, Department of Sociology, Tilburg University (0.5 fte, fixed-term)

1999–2002      Researcher at the Institute for Labour Studies (OSA, Organisatie voor Strategisch Arbeidsmarktonderzoek), Tilburg (0.5 fte, tenured term)

2002-now        Senior researcher at the Institute for Labour Studies (OSA, Organisatie voor Strategisch Arbeidsmarktonderzoek), Tilburg (0.5 fte until 2005, 1.0 fte thereafter, tenured term)

 


Education

1989–1994          Economics at the Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix, Faculté des Sciences Économiques et Sociales, Namur, Belgium (specialisation: economics of the public sector, development economics, micro economics), Cum Laude

1991–1992          Economics at Maastricht University, the Netherlands (Erasmus programme)

1993                    Economics and social policy at Tilburg University, the Netherlands (Erasmus programme)

 

Fields of research and interests (key words) 

Labour market dynamics, working time, retirement, monetary and non-monetary poverty, income distribution and dynamics, social security, welfare state

 

Some recent/important publications 


International refereed journals

Pavlopoulos, D., D. Fouarge, R. Muffels and J. Vermunt (2007). ‘Job mobility and wage mobility of high and low paid workers’. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies (forthcoming).

Fouarge, D. and R. Layte (2005). ‘Welfare regimes and poverty dynamics: the duration and recurrence of poverty spells in Europe’. Journal of Social Policy 34 (3): 407–426. [impact factor: 1.037]

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2004). ‘The role of European welfare states in explaining resources deprivation’. Social Indicators Research 68 (3): 299–330. [impact factor: 0.509]

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2002). ‘Working profiles and employment regimes in Europe’. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 122 (1): 85–110.


Monographs

Fouarge, D. (2004). Poverty and subsidiarity in Europe. Minimum protection from an economic perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Fouarge, D (2002). Minimum protection and poverty in Europe. An economic analysis of the subsidiarity principle within EU social policy. Amsterdam: Thela Thesis.

 

Contributions to English books

Fouarge, D. and C. Baaijens (2006). Labour supply preferences and job mobility of Dutch employees. In: Messenger, J., J-Y. Boulin, M. Lallement, and F. Michon (eds.). Decent working time: new trends new issues. Geneva: ILO (pp. 155-179).

Fouarge, D. and C. Baaijens (2004). ‘Labour supply preference and job mobility of Dutch employees’. In: Degenne, A., J-F. Giret, C. Guégnard, J-J. Paul and P. Werquin (eds.), Genre et données longitudinales. XIes journées d’analyse longitudinale du marché du travail. Marseille: Centre d’étude et de recherche sur les qualifications. (pp. 21–32).

Layte, R. and D. Fouarge (2004). ‘The dynamics of income poverty’. In: Berthoud, R. and M. Iacovou (eds.). Social Europe. Living Standards and Welfare States. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (pp. 202–224).

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2002). ‘Social exclusion in European welfare states’. In: Berghman J., A. Nagelkerke, K. Boos, R. Doeschot and G. Vonk  (eds.).  Social Security in Transition. Studies in Employment and Social Policy. The Hague: Kluwer Law International. (pp. 4762).

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2002). ‘Employment Regimes and Labour Market Attachment: Evidence from the ECHP’. In: Muffels, R., P. Tsakloglou and D. Mayes (eds.). Social Exclusion in European Welfare States. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (pp. 51–77).

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2002). ‘Do European Welfare Regimes Matter in Explaining Social Exclusion?’. In: Muffels, R., P. Tsakloglou and D. Mayes (eds.). Social Exclusion in European Welfare States. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (pp. 202–232).

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2002). ‘Cyclical Poverty in Matured Welfare States’. In -- (Ed.), Knowledge for Sustainable Development. An Insight into the Encyclopedia of Life Support. Oxford: Eolss Publishers. (pp. 30).

Muffels, R. and D. Fouarge (2001). ‘Social Exclusion and Poverty: Definition, Public Debate and Empirical Evidence in the Netherlands’. In: Mayes, D., J. Berghman and R. Salais (eds.). Social exclusion and European Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. (pp. 93123).

Dirven, H-J. and D. Fouarge (1998). ‘Impoverishment and social exclusion: a dynamic perspective on income and relative deprivation in Belgium and the Netherlands’. In: H.-J. Andress (ed.). Empirical Poverty Research in a Comparative Perspective. Aldershot: Ashgate. (pp. 257–281)

Dirven, H-J., D. Fouarge and R. Muffels (1998). ‘Poverty in the Netherlands’. In: J. Dixon and D. Macarov (eds.). Poverty: a persistent global reality. London: Routledge. (pp. 136–170)

Fouarge, D. and H-J. Dirven (1995). ‘Income dynamics among the elderly: Results of an international comparative study’. In: Actes des XVèmes Journées de l'Association d'Economie Sociale, Volume 1. Nancy: Berger-Levrault GTI. (pp. 409–429).

 

Involvement in other recent or current research projects, current grants 

Editorial boards and Governing bodies

- Associate editor of Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, Over.Werk (Tijdschrift van het Steunpunt Werkgelegenheid Arbeid en Vorming, Leuven, Belgium)

- Scientific evaluator IRISS-C/I programme

 

Teaching / PhD student.

Promotor of T. Schils “Early Retirement Patterns in Europe. A comparative Panel Study”

Promotor of D. Pavlopoulos “Wage mobility patterns in Europe”


Important

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RECWOWE Magazine June 2011

RECWOWE Newsletter (No. 14)

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