References and Resources
SPC Overview Policy Paper
Key Reference Publications
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.
Martinsen, Dorte S. and Gabriel Pons Rotger (2017) “The Fiscal Impact of EU Immigration on the Tax-financed Welfare State: Testing the ‘Welfare Burden’ Thesis” European Union Politics 18 (4), 620-639.
Additional Reference Publications
Barth, Erling, Henning Finseraas, Kalle Moene and Kjersti M. Østbakken (2015) “Insurance or Redistribution Motives? Behaviors and Beliefs in the Welfare State” WSF Working Paper Series (GIWeS) #1/2015.
Batchelder, Laurie (forthcoming) “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 (submitted 26/11/2018).
Blauberger, Michael and Susanne K. Schmidt (2017) “Free movement, the welfare state, and the European Union’s over-constitutionalization: Administrating contradictions” Public Administration 95 (2), 437-449.
Bouma, Helen, Mónica López López, Erik J. Knorth and Hans Grietens (2018) “Meaningful participation for children in the Dutch child protection system: A critical analysis of relevant provisions in policy documents” Child Abuse & Neglect 79 (May), 279-292.
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.
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.
Hrast, Masa Filipovic, Ellen M. Immergut, Tatjana Rakar, Urban Boljka, Diana Burlacu and Andra Roescu (2018) “Health Care Futures: Visions of Solidarity and the Sustainability of European Health Care Systems” In: Peter Taylor-Gooby and Benjamin Leruth (eds.) Attitudes, Aspirations and Welfare – Social Policy Directions in Uncertain Times, London: Palgrave, 215-242.
Immergut, Ellen M., Karen M. Anderson, Camilla Devitt and Tamara Popic (eds., forthcoming) Health Politics in Europe: A Handbook (under review).
Janicka, Anna and Paweł Kaczmarczyk (2016). “Mobilities in the crisis and post-crisis times: migration strategies of Poles on the EU labour market” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (10), 1693-1710.
Malley, Juliette, Laurie Batchelder, Eirini Saloniki, Peter Burge, Hui Lu, Assma Hajji, Lien Nguyen, Hanna Jokimäki, Ismo Linnosmaa, Birgit Trukeschitz and Julien Forder (forthcoming) “Comparing Austrian, English and Finnish Preferences for Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) Quality of Life States from a Best-Worst Scaling Experiment” Journal of Health Economics (in preparation).
Molana, Hassan, Catia Montagna and Geroge E. Onwordi (2017) “Reforming the Liberal Welfare State: International Shocks, Unemployment and Household Income Shares” WSF Working Paper Series (GlobLabWS) #1/2017.
Molana, Hassan, Catia Montagna and George E. Onwordi (2018b) “Comparing Welfare States: International Shocks, Labour Market Participation and Mismatch” WSF Working Paper Series (GlobLabWS) #3/2018.
Molana, Hassan, Catia Montagna and Geroge E. Onwordi (2018c) “Competitive Selection, Globalisation and the Labour Market: Welfare State and Product Market Policies” WSF Working Paper Series (GlobLabWS) #4/2018.
Nguyen, Lien, Issmo Linnosmaa, Hanna Jokimäki, Stacey E. Rand, Juliette Malley, Kamilla Razik, Birgit Trukeschitz and Julien Forder (fortcoming) “The Finnish-translated ASCOT measure of social care-related quality of life. Construct validity of the instrument with older people” Value In Health (in preparation).
Nygren, Lennart, Sua White and Ingunn Ellingsen (2018) “Investigating Welfare Regime Typologies: Paradoxes, Pitfalls and Potentialities in Comparative Social Work Research.” Social Policy and Society 17 (4), 665-677.
Phillimore, J., H. Bradby, L. Doos, B. Padilla and S. Samerski (2018) “Health providers as bricoleurs: An examination of the adaption of health ecosystems to superdiversity in Europe” Journal of European Social Policy, DOI: 10.1177/0958928718795994.
Phillimore, J., H. Bradby, M. Knecht, B. Padilla and S. Pemberton (2018) “Bricolage as conceptual tool for understanding access to healthcare in superdiverse populations” Social Theory & Health, DOI: 10.1057/s41285-018-0075-4.
Popova, Daria and Jekaterina Navicke (2018) “The probability of poverty for mothers after childbirth and divorce in Europe: The role of social stratification and tax-benefit policies” Social Science Research 78 (February), 57-70.
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.
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).
Trukeschitz, Birgit, Judith Litschauer, Assma Hajji, Stacey Rand, Judith Kieninger, Adiam Schoch, Ismo Linnosmaa, Juliette Malley and Julien Forder (2018) “Translation and Cross-Cultural Validation of the German Version of ASCOT for Service Users”, Research Institute for Economics of Aging, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) (currently under internal review).
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.