New Book: Health Politics in Europe: A Handbook

The Healthdox team is happy to announce that our book, Health Politics in Europe: A Handbook has been accepted for publication by Oxford University Press and that it will be forthcoming in the Welfare State Futures series in 2020. Description: This is a reference volume that will provide up-to-date information on, and analysis of, health … More New Book: Health Politics in Europe: A Handbook

Latest Output from the Welfare State Futures Teams

EXCELC Batchelder, Laurie, Juliette Malley, Peter Burge, Hui Lu, Eirini-Christina Saloniki, Ismo Linnosmaa, Birgit Trukeschitz and Julien Forder (2019) “Carer social care-related quality of life outcomes: estimating English preference weights for the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit for Carers (ASCOT-Carer)” Value in Health, in press. Linnosmaa Ismo (2019) “Ikääntyneiden pitkäaikaishoiton vaikuttavuuden mittaaminen vaatii useampia mittareita”, … More Latest Output from the Welfare State Futures Teams

Final Reflections: European Citizenship Education, People-centered Solutions and the Integration of Public Opinion into Scientific Research – Jet Bussemaker, Former Dutch Minister of Education and Professor at Leiden University on the Welfare State Futures Programme

by Jet Bussemaker European citizenship values/citizenship education rather than European Social Union Within the framework of supranational systems like the EU, and national policy making, we can distinguish two perspectives, an optimistic and a pessimistic view. Within the optimistic approach, social policy is regarded as an unavoidable spill-over effect of economic European policies. Maurizio Ferrera … More Final Reflections: European Citizenship Education, People-centered Solutions and the Integration of Public Opinion into Scientific Research – Jet Bussemaker, Former Dutch Minister of Education and Professor at Leiden University on the Welfare State Futures Programme

New Policy Paper by Scientific Programme Coordinator Ellen Immergut – What have our Welfare State researchers found out after more than three years of research?

In a new policy paper, Ellen Immergut sums up some key findings that have special relevance for the European Pillar of Social Rights. As a whole, the project results demonstrate that European Welfare States are resilient, and that social solidarity is alive and well in Europe.  The vast majority of Europeans are welcoming to newcomers … More New Policy Paper by Scientific Programme Coordinator Ellen Immergut – What have our Welfare State researchers found out after more than three years of research?