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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.
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.
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.
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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.
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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.
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: https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12277.
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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.
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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.
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