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Joint NordWel and REASSESS Summer School 2012

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The Joint NordWel  and REASSESS Summer School 2012: State, Society & Citizen -Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Welfare State Development takes place in Helsinki, Hanasaari/Espoo, 12–17 August 2012

JOINT NORDWEL AND REASSESS INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL:
STATE, SOCIETY & CITIZEN – CROSS-DISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON WELFARE   STATE DEVELOPMENT

Helsinki, 12 -17 August 2012

NCoE NordWel and REASSESS organize a joint international summer school   in Hanasaari,
Espoo, 12-17 August 2012.

Welfare states can be studied with a number of theoretical and   methodological approaches, from various chronological perspectives and  with a focus on different empirical phenomena. The summer school  aims  to stimulate discussions across disciplines and foster  innovative  cross-disciplinary research on the development of welfare  states over  time. The summer school brings together PhD students and   well-established scholars in scientific exchanges.

Distinguished international scholars representing different disciplines and cross-disciplinary approaches lecture in sessions   covering a vast range of themes. The list of senior scholars, who have  confirmed their participation, includes Jonathan Bradshaw (University  of York), Jochen Clasen (University of Edinburgh),  Christoph Conrad  (University of Geneva), Olli Kangas (The Social  Insurance Institution of Finland KELA/University of Southern  Denmark), Arnlaug Leira (University of Oslo), Christopher Lloyd  (University of New England, Armidale),  Kimberly Morgan (George  Washington University, Washington DC), Bruno Palier (Sciences Po,  Paris), Dorottya Szikra (Eötvös Loránd  University, Budapest), Noel Whiteside (University of Warwick), Anneli  Anttonen (University of  Tampere), Pauli Kettunen (University of  Helsinki), Pirjo Markkola  (University of Jyväskylä), Klaus Petersen  (University of Southern  Denmark, Odense) and Veli-Matti Ritakallio  (Universityof Turku).

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Pauli Kettunen
University of Helsinki
pauli.kettunen@helsinki.fi

Anneli Anttonen
University of Tampere
anneli.anttonen@uta.fi

Pirjo Markkola
University of Jyväskylä
pirjo.markkola@jyu.fi

Klaus Petersen
University of Southern Denmark
klaus.petersen@hist.sdu.dk

Veli-Matti Ritakallio
University of Turku
veli-matti.ritakallio@utu.fi

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Questions about the programme, please contact Heidi Haggrén (heidi.haggren@helsinki.fi)
For practical questions, please contact Anniina Vainio (anniina.vainio@helsinki.fi)

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