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JESP Special Issue: Social Insecurity and the Role of Institutions

posted Sep 16, 2014, 2:22 AM by Heejung Chung   [ updated May 14, 2015, 7:17 AM ]
This October Issue of the Journal of European Social Policy, is a special issue edited by Steffen Mau (Bremen) and myself on
It brought together 10 (top notch) researchers across Europe working in the field of job and employment insecurity to disentangle the complex role welfare state institutions play. 
For more please see (Link).

Table of Contents

October 2014; 24 (4)

Special Issue: Subjective Insecurity and the Role of Institutions

Guest editors: Heejung Chung and Steffen Mau

Editorial

Articles

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    • Christiane Lübke and
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    • Marcel Erlinghagen

    Self-perceived job insecurity across Europe over time: Does changing context matter?

    Journal of European Social Policy October 2014 24319-336,doi:10.1177/0958928714538215
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    • Bettina Kohlrausch and
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    • Anika Rasner

    Workplace training in Germany and its impact on subjective job security: Short- or long-term returns?

    Journal of European Social Policy October 2014 24337-350,doi:10.1177/0958928714538216
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    • Paul Marx

    The effect of job insecurity and employability on preferences for redistribution in Western Europe

    Journal of European Social Policy October 2014 24351-366,doi:10.1177/0958928714538217
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    • Marii Paskov and
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    • Ferry Koster

    Institutions, employment insecurity and polarization in support for unemployment benefits

    Journal of European Social Policy October 2014 24367-382,doi:10.1177/0958928714538218
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    • Ewan Carr and
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    • Heejung Chung

    Employment insecurity and life satisfaction: The moderating influence of labour market policies across Europe

    Journal of European Social Policy October 2014 24383-399,doi:10.1177/0958928714538219
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