Welfare Regimes and the Experience of Unemployment in Europe
The is the first major study to examine the implications of different welfare regimes for the experience of unemployment in Europe. It addresses three central questions. How far do such regimes protect unemployed people from poverty and financial hardship? Do they reduce or accentuate the tendencies for progressive marginalization from employment that may arise from motivational change, skill loss or the growth of discriminatory barriers? Finally, to what extent do they affect the social integration of unemployed people, in particular with respect to their social networks and psychological well-being? The book is based on a major cross-cultural research programme funded by the European Union. In addition to systematic comparison of national data, it uses a new important data source - the European Community Household Panel - which provides directly comparable information for most of the EU countries. The study shows that institutional and cultural differences have vital implications for the experience of unemployment. While welfare policies affect in an important way the pervasiveness of poverty, it is above all the patterns of family structure and the culture of sociability in a society that affect vulnerability to social isolation. The book concludes by developing a new perspective for understanding the risk of social exclusion.
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The Experience of Unemployment in Europe The Debate Duncan Gallie and Serge Paugam
Unemployment and Poverty
Unemployment and Poverty Change over Time Richard Hauser and Brian Nolan with Konstanze Morsdorf and Wolfgang StrengmannKuhn1
Poverty and Financial Hardship among the Unemployed Duncan Gallie Sheila Jacobs and Serge Paugam
Unemployment Welfare Regime and Income Packaging Ivano Bison and Gosta EspingAndersen
Unemployment and Social Integration
The Effects of Employment Precarity and Unemployment on Social Isolation Serge Paugam and Helen Russell
United in Employment United in Unemployment? Employment and Unemployment of Couples in the European Union in 1994 Paul M de Graaf and...
Unemployment and Satisfaction A European Analysis Christopher T Whelan and Frances McGinnity
Gender and the Experience of Unemployment Helen Russell and Paolo Barbieri
Public Attitudes to Unemployment in Different European Welfare Regimes Torben Fridberg and Niels Ploug
The Social Regulation of Unemployment Duncan Gallie and Serge Paugam
The Changing Effects of Social Protection on Poverty Brian Nolan Richard Hauser JeanPaul Zoyem
Unemployment and Labour Market Marginalization
Unemployment Gender and Attitudes to Work Duncan Gallie and Susanne Aim
The Permanent Effects of Labour Market Entry in Times of High Unemployment Philippe De Vreyer Richard Layte Maarten Wolbers and Mohamm...
Unemployment and Cumulative Disadvantage in the Labour Market Richard Layte Henrik Levin John Hendrickx and Ivano Bison
Lone Mothers Poverty and Employment Lisbeth Pedersen Hanne Weise Sheila Jacobs and Michael White
Social Capital and Exits from Unemployment Paolo Barbieri with Serge Paugam and Helen Russell
Who Exits Unemployment? Institutional Features Individual Characteristics and Chances of Getting a Job A Comparison of Britain and Italy Fabrizio ...
50 per cent analysis attitudes average Belgium Britain cash transfers Chapter childcare coefficient Community Household Panel compared coverage Danish Denmark dependent duration ECHP economic effect employed employees employment commitment employment deprivation employment-centred Eurobarometer European Community Household European countries Eurostat experience of unemployment financial hardship flexibility France gender Germany Greece high level higher impact of unemployment important income poverty increase individual Ireland Italian Italy job search job seekers labour market less liberal/minimal living logistic regression lone mothers long-term unemployed lower male married measure ment months Netherlands OECD overall parents pattern person ployed ployment policies population Portugal position poverty line poverty rates pre-transfer proportion protection ratios relatively replacement rates role sample significant skill social capital societies Source Spain spouses sub-protective Survey Sweden Table tion unem unemployed women unemployment benefits unemployment rate universalistic variables variation West Germany workers young
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