In the recently published study in the Nordic Social Work Research, Ahmet Gümüscu, Lennart Nygren and Evelyn Khoo elucidate how Swedish child welfare social workers manage complexity co-occuring in the families with which they work and the organisational contexts of practice. Focus groups were held with social workers in three municipalities in Sweden who described … More New Publication by FACSK – Social Work and the Management of Complexity in Swedish Child Welfare Services
by Catia Montagna (Project Leader, GlobLabWS) The results of the Globalisation Labour Markets and the Welfare State (GlobLabWS) project of NORFACE Welfare State Futures programme were presented by Professor Catia Montagna to a group of senior Scottish Government economists and policy officials at the Scottish Government in Edinburgh. The Globalisation Labour Markets and the Welfare … More Scottish Government Meeting Discusses the Link Between Labour Market Policy and Economic Performance
In their new publication, Tarik Abou-Chadi and Ellen Immergut examine party competition over key groups of voters when it comes to social policies. Left parties increasing appeal to socio-cultural professionals such that when electoral competition intensifies, left governments increase their efforts on child care and active labor market policies—policies that are commonly known as social … More New Publication by HEALTHDOX – The Populist Challenge to Social Investment Policies
by Jeanette Renema & Marcel Lubbers (MIFARE) For the MIFARE project, we have examined which factors are relevant with regards to immigrants’ support for governmental spending on unemployment benefits and social assistance. We tested the dominant self‐interest hypothesis for a number of immigrant groups in the Netherlands with highly varying socio‐economic positions. We additionally examined … More New Open Access Publication – Immigrants’ Support for Social Spending, Self‐interest and the Role of the Group: A comparative study of immigrants in The Netherlands
by Troels Fage Hedegaard (MIFARE) & Hidde Bekhuis (MIFARE) In a number of recent articles migration has been used to study the mechanisms of attitude formation. For instance, Breidahl and Larsen (2016) show, using the European Social Survey (ESS), that migrants adapt quite rapidly to the gender values of their new recipient countries. Studies from … More Does Migration Matter for the Willingness to Adapt to New Attitudes? Evidence from the MIFARE Project.