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Papers

Alex Seymer, University Salzburg: The Value Attitude Relationship in a Multi-Group Model

Alexander Schmidt, University of Cologne: The Experience of Social Mobility and the Formation of Attitudes Towards Income Redistribution

Alexi Gugushvili, European University Institute: Socio-economic, Demographic and Transitional Determinants of Welfare Attitudes in the New Eastern Europe

Andreas Kotsadam, University of Gothenburg: The State Intervenes in the Battle of the Sexes: Causal Effects of the Daddy Quota

Anna Alanko, University of Helsinki:

Aurélie Picot, ERIS, Centre Maurice Halbwachs – ENS, EHESS, CNRS: State Control in a Scandinavian Welfare State. A Historical Review of Welfare Policies for Children in Norway (1896-2010)

Beatrice Eugster, University of St.Gallen: Can old theories explain new social risks? An empirical analysis of 17 OECD countries

Ben Danforth, University of North Carolina: The Emergence of Three Worlds of Welfare

Christoph Arndt, Aarhus University: The Electoral Consequences of Welfare State Reforms in Denmark and Sweden Explaining the realignment of social democratic core voters in Denmark

Elizabeth Onasch, Northwestern University: Racial Diversity and Welfare in Europe: Tracing the Formation and Consequences of Racialized National Identities

Eszter Varsa: “Make Them Experience the Good Taste of Productive Work:” Education for Work in Residential Care in Early State Socialist Hungary

Gijs Schumacher, VU University Amsterdam: To Retrench or Not to Retrench. A Simulation of the Strategic Situation of Social Democratic Parties and the Emergence of Welfare State Retrenchment’s paper and abstract

Hanna Lindberg, Åbo Akademi University: The Worker, the Primitive, the Bum Conceptions of Alcohol Consumption and Masculinity in Finnish Social Alcohol Research during the Mid-20th Century

Hanne Martinek, Uppsala University: Heterogeneity and contradictory effects

Heidi Vad Jønsson, University of Southern Denmark: DAEMONS MAKING POLICY? THE DEVELOPMENT OF DANISH INTEGRATION POLICY FROM A MUNICIPAL PERSPECTIVE: THE FORMATIVE PERIOD 1967-1983

Hrvoje Kap, Stockholm University: The structure of upper secondary school-leavers’ opportunities – a comparative study

Johan Bo Davidsson, European University Institute: Less of an Exception, Less of a Model Dualisation in the Swedish welfare system, labour market policy after 1990

Johan Christensen, European University Institute: How low can you go? Exploring the evolution of personal income tax policy and the welfare state in Ireland

Karen Breidahl, Aalborg University: Ethnic diversity and social assistance schemes in the Scandinavian countries

Kristin Nickel Makszin, Central European University:  The politics of reform in post-communist Central European welfare states: Explaining continuity and change in unemployment and non-employment benefits

Malin Arvidsson, University of  Örebro: “A dark chapter in our history” – Historical truth commissions on abuse in children’s institutions as national memory work

Marek Naczyk, University of Oxford: Business divided: conflicts between business associations as a driver – and a brake – for pension reform in France

Marianna Zielenska: CITIZENS OF THE WELFARE STATE – WHO RUNS SOCIAL POLICY IN POLAND AND IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC?

Marjukka Weide, University of Helsinki:

Mette Løvgren: Emotional exhaustion among employees in Norwegian day care centers

Michaela Schulze, Universität Frankfurt am Mein: Trade Union Federations as Political Actors: Their Changing Role in Welfare State Retrenchment

Michal Koreh: How does the government use your social insurance contributions? Hidden agendas and their impact on welfare state development

Mirja Österberg, University of Helsinki: Norden as an idea – a construction for domestic purposes?

SAMAK and Finnish Social Democrats in the 1930s

Morten Larsen, Copenhagen Business School: The Confederation of Danish Industry – and the shaping of the welfare state 1945-1957

Nate Breznau, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences: FURTHER METHODOLOGICAL PROBLEMS IN MACRO-COMPARATIVE WELFARE STATE RESEARCH: EVIDENCE FROM A REPLICATION OF BROOKS AND MANZA

Nicol Foulkes, University of Tampere: The Perils of Elite Mobility: Welfare, Citizenship and Temporary Migration from Northern Europe beyond the Borders of the EU

Pamela Schievenin: “DEMOCRACY NEEDS WOMEN, WOMEN NEED DEMOCRACY” (TOGLIATTI): LEFT-WING WOMEN POLITICIANS AND THE REFORM OF ITALY‟S POST-WAR MATERNAL AND INFANT WELFARE SYSTEM

Paul Marx

Ralf Götze, Uuniversity of Bremen: GOING DUTCH? DIFFERENT PATHWAYS OF HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM IN GERMANY AND THE NETHERLANDS

Sami Outinen, University of Helsinki: The Left, Social Security and Neoliberalism in Finland since 1970’s

Saara Pellander, University of Helsinki

Thomas Kostera, Université Libre de Bruxelles: European Cross-border Healthcare: (no) loss of national boundaries? ‘s paper and abstract

Vanessa Dräger, University of Cologne: ECONOMIC OPENNESS, SKILL STRUCTURE AND LABOUR MARKET FLEXIBILITY: A MACRO-MICRO APPROACH