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Welfare State Futures – Scientific Programme Coordinator

Immergut, Ellen M. (2019) “Welfare State Futures: Supporting Solidarity in Europe” EUI RSCAS PP; 2019/09; Special Edition for the EP Elections 2019, ISSN: 1830-1541


Elindera, Mikael, Oscar Erixson and Daniel Waldenström (2018) “Inheritance and wealth inequality: Evidence from population registers” Journal of Public Economics 165, 17-30.

Jara, H. Xavier and Erik Schokkaert (2017) “Putting measures of individual well-being to use for ex-ante policy evaluation” The Journal of Economic Inequality 15 (4), 421–440.


Saloniki, Eirini-Christina, Juliette Malley, Peter Burge, Hui Lu, Laurie Batchelder, Ismo Linnosmaa, Birgit Trukeschitz, Julien Forder (2019) “Comparing internet and face-to-face surveys as methods for eliciting preferences for social care-related quality of life: evidence from England using the ASCOT service user measure” Quality of Life Research 28 (8), 2207-2220.

Trukeschitz, Birgit, Assma Hajji, Judith Litschauer, Judith Kieninger and Ismo Linnosmaa (2018) “Wie wirken sich Pflegedienste auf die Lebensqualität aus?” Trendreport 1/2018, 15-17.


Ellingsen, Ingunn T., Ingunn Studsrød and Carolina Muñoz-Guzmán (2019) “The child, the parents, the family and the state” Journal of Comparative Social Work 14 (1), 93-114.

Oltedal, Siv and Lennart Nygren (2019) “Private and public families. Social workers’ views on children’s and parents’ position in Chile, England, Lithuania and Norway” Journal of Comparative Social Work 14 (1), 115-140.

Oltedal, Siv, Angela Peña and Sarah Catherine Patricia Duff Hean (2019) “Work division processes in social work with Cuban and Norwegian families” Journal of Comparative Social Work 14 (1), 165-190.

Fylkesnes, Marte Knag, Anette Christine Iversen and Lennart Nygren (2018) “Negotiating Deficiency: Exploring Ethnic Minority Parents’ Narratives about Encountering Child Welfare Services in Norway” Child & Family Social Work 23 (2), 196-203.

Gümüscü, Ahmet, Lennart Nygren and Evelyn Khoo (2018) “Social work and the management of complexity in Swedish child welfare services” Nordic Social Work Research, DOI: 10.1080/2156857X.2018.1542336.

Nygren, Karina, Rasa Naujanienė and Lennart Nygren (2018) “The Notion of Family in Lithuanian and Swedish Social Legislation” Social Policy and Society 17 (4), 651-663.

Nygren, Karina, Julie Walsh, Ingunn T. Ellingsen and Aslastair Christie (2018) “What about the fathers? The presence and absence of the father in social work practice in England, Ireland, Norway, and Sweden—A comparative study” Child & Family Social Work 24 (1), 148-155.

Nygren, Lennart, Sue White and Ingunn T. Ellingsen (2018) “Investigating Welfare Regime Typologies: Paradoxes, Pitfalls and Potentialities in Comparative Social Work Research” Social Policy and Society 17 (4), 665-677.

Studsrød, Ingunn, Ingunn T. Ellingsen, Carolina Muñoz Guzmán and Sandra E. Mancinas Espinoza (2018) “Conceptualisations of Family and Social Work Family Practice in Chile, Mexico and Norway” Social Policy and Society 17 (4), 637-649.

Walsh, Julie and Will Mason (2018) “Walking the Walk: Changing Familial Forms, Government Policy and Everyday Social Work Practice in England” Social Policy and Society 17 (4), 603-618.

Walsh, Julie, Sue White, Kate Morris and Paula Doherty (2018) “How do you solve a problem like Maria? Family complexity and institutional complications in UK social work” European Journal of Social Work, DOI: 10.1080/13691457.2018.1461068.


Cettolin Elena and Franziska Tausch (2015) “Risk taking and risk sharing: Does responsibility matter?” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 50 (3), 229–248.

Fiala, Lenka and Sigrid Suetens (2017) “Transparency and Cooperation in Repeated Dilemma Games: A Meta Study” Experimental Economics 20 (4), 755-771.

Kirchler, Michael, David Andersson, Caroline Bonn, Magnus Johannesson, Erik Ø. Sørensen, Matthias Stefan, Gustav Tinghög and Daniel Västfjäll (2017) “The effect of fast and slow decisions on risk taking” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 54 (1), 37-59.


Antón, José-Ignacio, Francisco-Javier Braña and Rafael Muñoz de Bustillo (2016) “An Analysis of the Cost of Disability across Europe Using the Standard of Living Approach” SERIEs 7 (3), 281-306.

Golman, Russel, George Loewenstein, Karl O. Moene and Luca Zarri (2016) “The Preference for Belief Consonance” Journal of Economic Perspectives, DOI: 10.1257/jep.30.2.1


Roots, Ave, Mare Ainsaar and Oliver Nahkur (2019) “Economic inequality in satisfaction with healthcare in the Baltic countries during and after the economic crisis (2008 – 2014)Journal of Baltic Studies 50 (1), 21-37.

Schneider, Simone M. (2019) “Why Income Inequality Is Dissatisfying – Perceptions of Social Status and the Inequality-Satisfaction Link in Europe” European Sociological Review 25 (3), 409-430.

Abou-Chadi, Tarik and Ellen M. Immergut (2018) “Recalibrating Social Protection: Electoral Competition and the New Partisan Politics of the Welfare State” European Journal of Political Research 58 (2), 697-719.

Burlacu, Diana, Ellen M. Immergut, Maria Oskarson and Björn Rönnerstrand (2018) “The Politics of Credit Claiming: Rights and Recognition in Health Policy Feedback” Social Policy & Administration 52 (4), 880-894.

Orru, Hans, Jane Idavain, Mihkel Pindus, Kati Orru, Kaisa Kesanurm, Aavo Lang and Jelena Tomasova (2018) “Residents’ Self-Reported Health Effects and Annoyance in Relation to Air Pollution Exposure in an Industrial Area in Eastern-Estonia” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (2), 252.

Orru, Kati, Steven Nordin, Hedi Harzia and Hans Orru (2018) “The Role of Perceived Air Pollution and Health Risk Perception in Health Symptoms and Disease: A Population-based Study Combined with Modelled Levels of PM10” International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 91 (5), 581-589.

Orru, Kati, Mari Tillmann, Kristie L. Ebi and Hans Orru (2018) “Making Administrative Systems Adaptive to Emerging Climate Change-Related Health Effects: Case of Estonia” Atmosphere 9 (6), 1-19.

Rönnerstrand, Björn and Maria Oskarson (2018) “Standing in Line When Queues Are on the Decline: Services Satisfaction Following the Swedish Health Care Waiting Time Guarantee” Policy Studies Journal, DOI:

Schneider, Simone and Camilla Devitt (2018) “How do the Foreign-born Rate Host Country Health Systems? Evidence from Ireland” The Economic and Social Review, 49 (1), 45-71.

Schneider, Simone and Tamara Popic (2018) “Cognitive Determinants of Healthcare Evaluations – A Comparison of Eastern and Western European Countries” Health Policy, 122 (3), 269-278.

Rönnerstrand, Björn, Victor Lapuente (2017) “Corruption and Use of Antibiotics in Regions of Europe” Health Policy 121 (3), 250-256.


Reibling, Nadine, Mareike Ariaans and Claus Wendt (2019) “Worlds of Healthcare: A Healthcare System Typology of OECD Countries” Health Policy 123 (7), 611-620.

Graham, Eva A., Katie H. Thomson and Clare Bambra (2018) “The association between diabetes and depressive symptoms varies by quality of diabetes care across Europe” European Journal of Public Health 28 (5), 872–878.

Reibling, Nadine and Katja Möhring (2018) “Parenthood and Later Life Health: An Intergenerational Life Course Analysis of Parents and Childless Adults Aged 50 and Older” Swiss Journal of Sociology 44 (2), 327-356.

Thomson, Katie, Frances Hillier-Brown, Adam Todd, Courtney McNamara, Tim Huijts and
Clare Bambra (2018) “The effects of public health policies on health inequalities in high-income countries: an umbrella review” BMC Public Health 18 (869).

Eikemo, Terje A., Clare Bambra, Tim Huijts and Rory Fitzgerald (2017) “The First Pan-European Sociological Health Inequalities Survey of the General Population: The European Social Survey Rotating Module on the Social Determinants of Health” European Sociological Review 33 (1), 137-153.

Hillier-Brown, Frances, Clare Bambra, Katie Thomson, Mirza Balaj, Nick Walton and Adam Todd (2017) “The effects of community pharmacy public health interventions on population health and health inequalities: a systematic review of reviews protocol” Systematic Reviews 6 (176).

Reibling, Nadine (2016) “Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Health Inequalities in Germany”. Europe Now 1.

Thomson, Katie, Clare Bambra, Courtney McNamara, Tim Huijts and Adam Todd (2016) “The Effects of Public Health Policies on Population Health and Health Inequalities in European Welfare States: Protocol for an Umbrella Review” Systematic Reviews 5 (57).


de Jong, Petra and Helga de Valk (2019) “Intra-European migration decisions and welfare systems: the missing life course link” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2019.1611421.

de Jong, Petra and Helga de Valk (2018) “Are migration decisions in Europe influenced by social welfare?” Demos: bulletin on population and society 34 (5), 6-7.

Caarls, Kim and Petra de Jong (2017) “Migratie schadelijk voor de verzorgingsstaat? Zo simpel is het niet”, Sept 26.

Jakubiak, Igor (2017) “Migration and Welfare Systems – State of the Art and Research Challenges” Central European Economic Journal 1 (48).

Pereira, Sónia and Alina Esteves (2017) “Os efeitos da crise económica na situação laboral dos imigrantes: o caso dos brasileiros em Portugal” Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana 25 (49), 135-152.


Renema, Jeanette A. J., Roza Meulemann and Marcel Lubbers (2019) “Immigrants’ Support for Welfare Spending and the Role of Perceived and Preferred Group’s Access to Welfare: A Comparative Study Among 10 Immigrant Groups in the Netherlands” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, DOI: 10.1093/ijpor/edz001/5375729.

Renema, Jeanette A. J. and Marcel Lubbers (2019a) “Immigrants’ Support for Social Spending, Self‐interest and the Role of the Group: A Comparative Study of Immigrants in The Netherlands” International Journal of Social Welfare 28 (2), 179-195.

Renema, Jeanette A. J. and Marcel Lubbers (2019b) “Welfare-Based Income Among Immigrants in the Netherlands: Differences in Social and Human Capital” Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 17 (2), 128-151.

Seibel, Verena (2019) “Determinants of migrants’ knowledge about their healthcare rights” Health Sociology Review 28 (2), 140-161.

Hedegaard, Troels Fage (2018) “A Migration Effect? Comparing the Acculturation of Russian Migrant Populations in Western Europe to Russians in Three Former Soviet Countries on Attitudes Towards Government Responsibility” Comparative Migration Studies 6 (9), DOI: 10.1186/s40878-018-0072-8.

Lubbers, Marcel, Claudia Diehl, Theresa Kuhn and Christian Albrekt Larsen (2018) “Migrants’ Support for Welfare State Spending in Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands” Social Policy & Administration 52 (4), 895-913.


Blauberger, Michael, Anita Heindlmaier, Dion Kramer, Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen, Jessica Sampson Thierry, Angelika Schenk and Benjamin Werner (2018) “ECJ Judges Read the Morning Papers. Explaining the Turnaround of European Citizenship Jurisprudence” Journal of European Public Policy, 25 (10), 1422-1441.

Davies, Gareth (2018) “Does the Court of Justice own the Treaties? Interpretative pluralism as a solution to over‐constitutionalisation” European Law Journal 24 (6), 358-375.

Davies, Gareth (2018) “Has The Court Changed, Or Have The Cases? The Deservingness of Litigants as an Element in Court Of Justice Citizenship Adjudication” Journal of European Public Policy 25 (10), 1442-1460.

Kramer, Dion, Jessica Sampson Thierry and Franca von Hooren (2018) “Responding to Free Movement: Quarantining Mobile Union Citizens in European Welfare States” Journal of European Public Policy 25 (10), 1501-1521.

Blauberger, Michael and Susanne K. Schmidt (2017) “The European Court of Justice and Its Political Impact” West European Politics 40 (4), 907-918.

Heindlmaier, Anita and Michael Blauberger (2017) “Enter at Your Own Risk: Free Movement of EU Citizens in Practice” West European Politics 40 (6), 1198-1217.


Scheibelhofer, Elisabeth (2019) “Conceptualising the social positioning of refugees reflections on socio-institutional contexts and agency with a focus on work” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 26 (3), 289-304.

Scheibelhofer, Elisabeth (2018) “Shifting migration aspirations in second modernity” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (6), 999-1014.

Scheibelhofer, Elisabeth and Clara Holzinger (2018) “‘Damn It, I Am a Miserable Eastern European in the Eyes of the Administrator’: EU Migrants’ Experiences with  Transnational Social Security” Social Inclusion 6 (3), 1-9.

King, Russell, Aija Lulle, Violetta Parutis and Maarja Saar (2017) “From Peripheral Region to Escalator Region in Europe: Young Baltic Graduates in London” European Urban and Regional Studies 25 (3), 1-16.

Runfors, Ann (2016) “What an Ethnic Lens Can Conceal: The Emergence of a Shared Racialised Identity Position Among Young Descendants of Migrants in Sweden” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (11), 1846-1863.

Saar, Maarja (2016) “Individualisation of Migration from the East? Comparison of Different Socio-Demographic Groups and their Migration Intentions” Studies of Transition States and Soceties 8 (3), 45-59.


Bradby, Hannah, Rachel Humphris and Beatriz Padilla (2018) “Universalism, diversity and norms: gratitude, healthcare and welfare chauvinism” Critical Public Health, DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2018.1522420.

Hamed, Sarah, Sonja Klingberg, Amina Jama Mahmud and Hannah Bradby (2018) “Researching health in diverse neighbourhoods: critical reflection on the use of a community research model in Uppsala, Sweden” BMC Research Notes 11 (612), DOI: 10.1186/s13104-018-3717-7.

Lindenmeyer, Antje Sabi Redwood, Laura Griffith, Shazia Ahmed and Jenny Phillimore (2016) “Recent Migrants’ Perspectives on Antibiotic Use and Prescribing in Primary Care: A Qualitative Study” British Journal of General Practice 66 (652), e802-e809.

Padilla, Beatriz, Alejandra Ortiz, and Vera Rodrigues (2016) “Estado de bienestar bajo ataque: Consecuencias esperadas y disimuladas de la Troika.” Arxius 35 (Desembre), 49-60.

Bradby, Hannah, Rachel Humphris, Dave Newall and Jenny Phillimore (2015) “Public health aspects of migrant health: a review of the evidence on health status for refugees and asylum seekers in the European Region” Health Evidence Network Synthesis Report 44, Venice: WHO.

Phillimore, Jenny, Hannah Bradby, Michi Knecht, Beatriz Padilla, Tilman Brand, Sin Yi Cheung, Simon Pemberton and Hajo Zeeb (2015) “Understanding Healthcare Practices in Superdiverse Neighbourhoods” BMC International Health and Human Rights 15 (16).


Taylor-Gooby, Peter, Jan-Ocko Heuer, Heejung Chung and Benjamin Leruth (2019) “Regimes, Social Risks and the Welfare Mix: Unpacking Attitudes to Pensions and Childcare in Germany and the UK Through Deliberative Forums” Journal of Social Policy, DOI: 10.1017/S004727941800079X.

Taylor-Gooby, Peter, Bjørn Hvinden, Steffen Mau, Benjamin Leruth, Mi Ah Schoyen and Adrienn Gyory (2019) “Moral economies of the welfare state: A qualitative comparative study” Acta Sociologica 62 (2), 119-134.

Taylor-Gooby, Peter, Benjamin Leruth and Heejung Chung (2019) “Identifying attitudes to welfare through deliberative forums: the emergence of reluctant individualism” Policy & Politics 47 (1), 97-114.

Chung, Heejung, Peter Taylor‐Gooby and Benjamin Leruth (2018) “Special Issue: Political Legitimacy and Welfare State Futures: Introduction” Social Policy & Administration 52 (4), 835-846.

Taylor‐Gooby, Peter, Heejung Chung and Benjamin Leruth (2018) “The Contribution of Deliberative Forums to Studying Welfare State Attitudes: A United Kingdom Study” Social Policy & Administration 52 (4), 914-927.

Taylor-Gooby, Peter (2017) “Re-Doubling the Crises of the Welfare State: The Impact of Brexit on UK welfare politics” Journal of Social Policy 46 (4), 815-835.