Employment and Unemployment

Considering Debt and Young Children in Active Labour Market Programmes Dr Irene H.N. Ng

Not All Firms Respond Equally to Protections for Temporary Workers Dr Hyejin Ko and Dr Andrew Weaver

Does Migration Regulation Create Additional Employment Disadvantages for Migrant Care Workers? Professor Sara Charlesworth

Do Workers in Jobs Threatened by Automation Prefer More Demanding Welfare Policies?Dr Zhen Im

Activating Sick-Listed Workers: The Role of Employers in Comparative Perspective Dr Thomas Leoni

Next to Nothing: Female Immigrants and the Labour Market in Norway Dr Elisabeth Ugreninov and Professor Lena Magnusson Turner

Will Accepting Less Bring Success? Job Related Concessions and Welfare Recipients in Germany Dr Bernhard Christoph and Dr Torsten Lietzmann

First Step and Last Resort: One-Euro-Jobs After the Reform – and After the Pandemic? Dr Tamara Harrer and Dr Bastian Stockinger

Trapped into Reverse Asymmetry: Public Employment Services Dealing with Employers Dr Dario Raspanti and Dr Tatiana Sarius

How Placement Advisors Use Enhanced Discretion in Public Employment Services Professor Carolin Freier and Dr Monika Senghaas

Understanding the ‘Tipped Minimum Wage’ in the US Restaurant Sector Jacqueline Ross and Dr John Welsh

Who Deserves What Type of Welfare-to-Work Policy? Dr Monika Senghaas

The Role of Work in Journeys Out of Homelessness Dr Jenny McNeill and Dr Graham Bowpitt

Strong Relationships With Employment Caseworkers Help People Get Jobs Professor Thomas Bredgaard

Engaging Employers in Recruiting People With Disabilities Dr Rik Van Berkel

Can Welfare Conditionality Be Balanced With Co-Creation? Professor Flemming Larsen and Professor Dorte Caswell

Ecosocial Innovation: Lessons for Labour Market Policies Dr Ingo Stamm, Dr Aila-Leena Matthies, Dr Tuuli Hirvilammi and Dr Kati Nähri

Are Benefit Reductions an Effective Activation Strategy? Dr M. Azahar Hussain, Professor Morton Ernjæs and Dr Jørgen Elm Larsen

Who Benefits Politically From Short-Time Work Policy? Evidence From Germany Dr Flavia Fossati and Dr Philipp Trein

Activating the Unemployed in a Coronavirus Recession Dr René Lehwess-Litzmann

Locked-In or Locked-Out? Can a Public Services Market Really Change? Professor Mark Considine, Dr Siobhan O’Sullivan, Dr Michael McGann and Dr Phuc Nguyen

Understanding the Persistence and Duration of Benefit Receipt Dr Katrin Hohmeyer and Dr Torsten Lietzmann

Decent Work in Scotland: An Agenda-Setting Analysis Dr Hartwig Pautz, Dr Sally Wright and Professor Chik Collins

Benefit Sanctions and Anti-Depressant Prescribing: The Mental Health Impact of Social Security Reforms Evan Williams

Reconsidering ‘What Works’: ‘Relational Inequality’ and Applied Social Policy Research Dr Tanja Dall and Dr Sophie Danneris

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