Employment and Unemployment

Active Labour Market Policies Are Not a Panacea Dr Luc Benda, Professor Ferry Koster and Professor Romke van der Veen

Contracting Employment Services by Results: Performance Targets, Differential Payments and Category Games Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan, Dr Michael McGann and Professor Mark Considine

Vulnerable Unemployment and the ‘Ingredients of Success’ Dr Sophie Danneris and Dr Dorte Caswell

How Contractual Changes to Employment Services Affect Engagement with Single Mothers Dr Michelle Brady

Unequal Social Protection in the United States: How Do Unemployment Insurance Programmes Vary Across States? Dr Yu-Ling Chang

The Politics is in the Detail: How Policy-Makers in Europe Make Use of Employment Subsidies Dr Axel Cronert

How Much Welfare Conditionality is Too Much? Dr Katherine Curchin

Transforming Employment Support for Individuals With Health Conditions and Disabilities: Mainstreaming Learning From Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Dr Adam Whitworth

Why Countries “Get Tough on the Workshy” Dr Carlo Knotz

Does Paid Work Guarantee a Secure Retirement? Low-income Single Mothers and Policy Imperatives of Welfare-to-Work Programmes in Israel Dr Anat Herbst-Debby

Have Welfare-to-Work Reforms Promoted Citizen Responsibility? Dr Andreas Eriksen

Activating Employers in Active Labour Market Policy Professor Thomas Bredgaard

Is UK Welfare-to-Work Working? Short Answer: No Dr John David Jordan