Schedule

Main venue:

Poznan University of Economics
al. Niepodległości 10, Poznań
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Schedule outline:



Detailed schedule:

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Thursday

5th Sept

.12.15 – 12.30

 

12.30-14.00


Welcome Speech
TRUDIE KNIJN

Plenary

NICHOLAS BARR
Designing pensions: What can we learn from economic theory? What policy directions?

 

Main Auditorium

 PAPER SESSION 1

Thursday 14.30 - 16.30

3. Designing comparative social policy analysis


Jon Kvist,  Olli Kangas


Room 416
A

4. 'New' perspectives on pensions and retirement


Dirk Hofäcker, Katja Möhring


Room 417A

10. Poverty and social assistance dynamics from a comparative perspective

András Gábos,
Tim Goedemé


Room 418A

2. Welfare state in Central and Eastern Europe in the post-crisis period


Jolanta Aidukaite



Room 002A

16. Social investment


Nathalie Morel, Joakim Palme


Room 003A

9. The local welfare state


Per H. Jensen,
 Evelyn Mahon


Room 004A



 

Ive Marx, Lina Salanauskaite, Gerlinde Verbist

Jim Been, 
Olaf van Vliet

Mira Bierbaum, Franziska Gassmann

Steven Saxonberg, Tomas Sirovatka

 

Bea Cantillon

Clara
Bourgeois, 
Vanesa Fuertes, Kathrina Zimmermann

The paradox of redistribution revisited, or why targeting may matter less than we think.

Does non-standard employment result in less early retirement across European countries?

Chronic and Transitory Poverty in the Kyrgyz Republic:
What Can Synthetic Panels Tell Us?

Crisis? What Crisis? The Search for a Garbage Can among Market Liberal Reformers in the Czech Republic

Beyond Social Investment

Do politics matter in local employment policy? France, Germany and the United Kingdom compared

Leandro Carrera,

Marina Angelaki

Anita Tisch

Neda Delfani, Caroline Dewilde

Miroslaw Ksiezopolski

Jérôme Gautié, Coralie Perez

Stephan Grohs, Renate Reiter

Untangling the different pathways for pension reform: a fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis of western European countries

The contribution of firms to internal and external employability of older workers - evidence for Germany

Housing, Pensions and Poverty among the Elderly

Between guarantees of communism and a paternalistic-market hybrid. Polish social policy at the turn of the 20th century

Promoting Life Long Learning through Individual Accounts: from Asset-Based to Capability-Based Policies

The Local Welfare State in Times of Austerity – Explaining Diverging Trajectories in the German Case

Stefan Angel,

Benjamin Bittschi

Simone Scherger

Pasi Moisio, Kirsi-Marja Lehtelä, Susanna Mukkila

Jekaterina Navicke

Verena Dräbing

Birgit Pfau-Effinger, Ralf Och

Housing deprivation and health: A European comparison

Between privilege and burden: Work beyond retirement age in Germany and the UK

Estimating poverty reduction effect of tax-benefit system in Finland 1993-2013 using microsimulation

Between a risk society and a welfare state: social risk resilience and vulnerability to poverty in Lithuania

Welfare regimes dynamics: Does a social investment turn exist?”

The contribution of local welfare cultures to the explanation of differences in local social policies

Carlo Knotz

Moira Nelson

Tim Reeskens, Wim van Oorschot

 

Mare Ainsaar

Kati Kuitto

Lieske van der Torre

Quantifying 'Conditionality': a new dataset of conditions and sanctions for unemployment benefit claimants of OECD countries, 1980-2012

Evaluating the Intergenerational Socail Contract. A cross-national study into individual and contextual explanations for young adults' support for retirement programs

 

How economic regression influenced life of families with children

Spending for social investment – new versus old welfare policy objectives?

Local variations in sheltered work policies in the Netherlands

       

contributed

contributed

       

Wim Van Lancker, Bea Cantillon

Steven Saxonberg, Martina Kampichler, Miroslava Janoušková

       

Three shortcomings of the social investment perspective

The Influence of Local Welfare Provision on Balancing Work and Family under Post-Communism: the Case of Brno

 PAPER SESSION 2

Thursday 17.00 - 18.30

5. The role of public pension systems for the long-term sustainability of public finances in European Welfare State


Christina Benita Wilke
 

Room 416A

4. 'New' perspectives on pensions and retirement

Dirk Hofäcker, Katja Möhring

Room 417 A

20. Open stream

Paweł Łuczak

Room 418 A

20. Open stream

Piotr Michoń

Room 002A

6. Innovative social and labour-market policies in times of crisis

Rik van Berkel, Marion Ellison

 Room 003A

15. Migration and Social Policy: Current Research and New Perspectives

Ann Morissens, Diane Sainsbury

Room 004A

 

Christine Lagoutte, Anne Reimat

Alicja Jajko-Siwek

 

Agnieszka Nelson, Matthew Gray

Karoliina Majamaa

 

Constantine Dimoulas

Vibeke Jakobsen, Tomas Korpi, Thomas Lorentzen

 

What are the issues for public pension systems facing public finance sustainability

The impact of the flexibilization of employment histories for the level of pensions in Poland

What future lies ahead for today’s youth? An investigation into recent trends in youth unemployment in Europe and Australia and government policies employed to tackle this problem

Lack of parental help

Exploring the resilience of employment policy measures in the context of crisis: The case of Greece.

How immigrants fare in the labour market and across the income
distribution in the Scandinavian countries

Steffen Hagemann,

David Lain

Hannah Zagel

 

Sławomir Kuźmar, Michał Pilc

 

Rune Halvorsen, Bjorn Hvinden, Mi Ah Schoyen

Gorka Moreno Márquez, Arkaitz Fullaondo Elordui-Zapaterietxe, Maria José Martín Herrero

Problem construction and moral reasoning in German and British policy expert debates on pension reforms

Late Retirement in England and the USA

Determinants of employment trajectories during and after single motherhood in Great Britain and West Germany

The Role of the Labor Market Institutions for the Labor Market Performance in Transition Countries.

Nordic reforms to improve labour market participation of vulnerable youth: An effective new approach?

A proposal for measuring immigrant’s well-being in Spain: Territorial differences and impact of the economic crisis

Michał Polakowski

Karl Hinrichs, Janett Kampf

Daphne François, Franziska Gassmann

Yoko Tanaka

 

Paul van der Aa

Georg Picot, Gerda Hooijer

From the financial crisis to the pension crisis? The role of the pension reform in Poland.

Labor Market Exit of Older Low-Skilled Workers: German Firms’ Practices

The Impact Of Food Price Shocks On Food Consumption: The Case Of The Kyrgyz Republic

Development of part-time work in normal employment in Germany

Who is the client? Innovating job activation by involving employers’

European Welfare States and Migrant Poverty:
A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of the Determinants of Disadvantage

   

 

contributed

   
   

 

David Natali, Emmanuele Pavolini, Chiara Agostini

   
   

 

Social Investment through Voluntary Occupational Welfare: Comparing national trends

   

PAPER SESSION 3

Friday

9.00 - 10.30

 

7. Gendered Welfare State: Socialism, Post-Socialism, and Post-Postsocialism

|Jana Javornik,

Triin Roosalu

 

Room 002A

20. Open stream

 

Piotr Michoń

  

Room 003A


12. Education as Social Policy


Bettina Kohlrausch

Claudia Ruddat

 

 

Room 416 A

6.Innovative social and labour-market policies in times of crisis

Rik van Berkel,

Marion Ellison

 

Room 417A

15. Migration and Social Policy: Current Research and New Perspectives


Ann Morissens, Diane Sainsbury

 

Room 418A

   

Dorota Szelewa

Dirk Hofäcker, Heike Schröder, Yuxin Li, Matthew Flynn

 

Wim Van Lancker, Joris Ghysels

Giuliano Bonoli

Anne Skevik Grødem

 

Reforming Familialisms? Family policies in Europe East-West

Trends and determinants of work-retirement transitions in Germany, England and Japan

Can childcare services be expected to mitigate social inequalities? Exploring and explaining the social distribution of childcare in 33 countries

Networking the unemployed. Can policy interventions facilitate access to employment through informal channels?

Guarding the Doors to the People’s Home: migration and welfare in the Nordic countries

 

Anna Kurowska

Johan Fritzell, Jennie Bacchus Hertzman and Jenni Blomgren

Tomas Korpi, Vibeke Jakobsen, Thomas Lorentzen, Eva Österbacka

Yuri Kazepov, Tatiana Saruis, Eduardo Barberis

Caroline Oliver, Hiranthi Jayaweera, Vanessa Hughes

 

Supporting or hindering maternal employment? The economic incentives within family policies in CEE countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia

compared

Absolute or relative? On the relation between poverty and mortality

Decomposing changes in earnings inequality
in Nordic countries 1990 - 2005

Are Elephants and Butterflies symbiotic animals? Public institutions, civil society activism and social innovation

The impacts of access to services and benefits for migrant integration: A comparative account of family migrants’ inclusion in four European states

 

Lenka Formánková

   

Weys Qaran, Menno Fenger, Magdalena Bigos

Anton Hemerijck, Franca van Hooren

 

How work-family policies shape women's employment in Slovenia and Czech Republic

   

Conceptualising Labour Market Resilience

Who benefits from a new welfare state? The impact of social investment policies on migrants’ social rights and labour market participation

 PAPER SESSION 4 

Friday

11.00 - 13.00

14. Political economy of the welfare state (reforms)


Dorota Szelewa,

Michał Polakowski

 

 

Room 002A

11. Social Construction of Poverty: Media, Professionals and Public Opinion


Christian Albrekt Larsen,

Dorota Lepianka

 

Room 003A

10. Poverty and social assistance dynamics from a comparative perspective

András Gábos,

Tim Goedemé

 

Room 004A

17. Economic Development and Trends in Welfare State Attitudes.


Joakim Kulin,

Jan Mewes,

 

Room 416A

16. Social investment



Nathalie Morel,

Joakim Palme

 


Room 417A

9. The local welfare state

Per H. Jensen,

Evelyn Mahon

 

 

Room 418A

 

Natalia Forrat

Ben Baumberg

Sarah Carpentier, Margherit a Bussi

Elias Naumann

Jon Kvist

Christina Garsten, Katarina Hollertz and Kerstin Jacobsson

Authoritarianism and Welfare Policies: Collecting the Theoretical Puzzle

How the media and personal experience interact in the construction of deservingnes: an empirical study

Social Assistance Dynamics in Belgium: Where do Migrants and Natives leave for?

Do increasing pressures to reform change policy preferences? - A survey experiment on support for pension reform

The gender dimension of social investment strategies in Europe

Local Worlds of Activation: The Diverse Pathways of Three Swedish Municipalities

Krzysztof Bandasz

 

Janky Béla, Bakó Boglárka, Szilágyi Péter, Bognár Adrienn

Katharina Dengler

Katrin Prinzen

Lukas Fervers

Andrea Schmidt, Michael Fuchs, Maria M. Hofmarcher, Kai Leichsenring

Political economy of European social dialogue: Recent development

Colored Suspicions and Color-Blind Evidence on the Poverty Scene: Media and Welfare Attitudes

Effectiveness of Sequences of One-Euro-Jobs:
Is it better to do more of them or to wait?

Current and Future Intergenerational Relationships.
A Thematic Analysis of what the Young Generation Thinks

Can Social Investment Promote Skill Formation and Productivity of the Work Force?
Evidence from Panel Data Analysis

Use of long-term care services in Vienna – at the crossroads of local and national welfare policies

 Jinxian Wang, Olaf van Vliet

Carina Altreiter, Bettina Leibetseder

Martin Heidenreich, Norbert Petzold

Nadine M. Schöneck, Steffen Mau

Chen Wang, Olaf van Vliet

 

Costanzo Ranci, Stefania Sabatinelli

 Social assistance and minimum income benefit reform: 
The role of globalization, deindustrialization and domestic politics

Deserving and Undeserving Poor – The Implementation of a New Legislation on Social
Assistance Benefits and the Social Construction of the Recipients

Social Assistance in Times of Crisis. The impact of active inclusion

Moving together or drifting apart?
The link between globalisation and attitudes towards redistribution

Social investment and poverty reduction: A comparative analysis across 19 European countries

Social Vulnerability in European Cities in Times of Crisis

 

Helena Blomberg, Johanna Kallio, Christian Kroll, Mikko Niemelä

 

Alexi Gugushvili

Aurélien Abrassart

Renate Minas

 

A matter of institutions, professions or ideologies? Social workers’, deacons’ and social security
officials’ perceptions of the causes of poverty in Finland

 

Social mobility and attitudes towards
redistribution: A cross-national and multi-level
analysis

Low skill jobs or jobs for the low-skilled? An analysis of the institutional determinants of the employment rates of low-educated workers in 23 OECD countries, 1997-2010

Decentralized inequality – devolution and local variation in social assistance payments

PAPER SESSION 5

Friday

14.30 - 16.30

3. Designing comparative social policy analysis

 

Jon Kvist,

Olli Kangas,

 

Room 002A

4. 'New' perspectives on pensions and retirement

Dirk Hofäcker,

Katja Möhring

 

Room 003 A

8. Eldercare services in Europe – recent developments in European countries

Annette Angermann, Werner Eichhorst

 

Room 004A

17. Economic Development and Trends in Welfare State Attitudes.


Joakim Kulin,

Jan Mewes

 

Room 416A

16. Social investment




Nathalie Morel,

Joakim Palme

 

Room 417 A

9. The local welfare state


Per H. Jensen,

Evelyn Mahon

 

 

Room 418 A

 

Thomas Biegert

Daniele Zaccaria, Martina Carlino

Jenni Blomgren

Susan Kuivalainen, Olli Kangas

Ive Marx,

Gerlinde Verbist

Maria Theiss

Retrenchment for Growth? A Pseudo-Panel Analysis of Welfare State Impact on Lbour Market Performance

The transition from work to retirement in Italy: toward the individualiztions of exist pathways?.

Deinstitutionalisation of eldercare in Finland: shifting costs from the minicipality to the patient?

Upright citizens or lazy sleazies?
Trends in the public support for welfare recipients in Finland 1995-2010

What do employment policies and services really do for inequality and poverty ?

The local politics of social citizenship in Poland

Helene Dearing

Julia Schilling

Hildegard Theobald

Trude Sundberg

 

Florian Ferger

 

Mare Ainsaar, Kadri Soo, Rein Toomla

Do European parental leave policies support an equal gender division of labour? Developing an EGDL-indicator

Retirement perceptions in Denmark and Germany:
Explaining retirement behavior with help of people’s view

Eldercare workers and New Public Management: A comparison of elder care reforms and their effects on care workers in Sweden and Germany

A systematic review of the relationship between micro-level support for the welfare state and macro factors

The Reduction of Educational Poverty
as a Social Investment Strategie?

Does women's power produce greater child- and family-friendliness? Women in local governments and child-friendly local level policies in Estonia

Chris Deeming

Kelvyn Jones

 Moritz Hess

Andrea Schmidt, Juliane Winkelmann, Kai Leichsenring, Ricardo Rodrigues

Tiina Likki, Christian Staerklé

Franca van Hooren, Menno Soentken,
Deborah Rice

Anne Määttä, Elsa Keskitalo

The Importance of Composition and Context in the Design of Comparative Social Policy Analysis: Forging Links Between ‘Welfare’ and ‘Wellbeing’

 Age-Stereotypes and their Effect on Retirement Intensions

From ‘Cinderella’ to professional career - changing the status of migrant care workers in Austria s

Welfare Support in Europe: Interplay of Dependency Culture Beliefs and
Meritocratic Contexts

A welfare state for whom? The impact of social investment reforms on income and activation in the Netherlands

Institutional fragmentation of social services. Case study of two cities in Finland

Marjolin De Wilde, Peter Goos  

Gwen McEvoy

Olga Gryaznova

Bea Cantillon, Natascha Van Mechelen, Olivier Pintelon, and Aaron Van den Heede

August Österle, Lisa Mittendrein

 The implementation of social policy: a factorial survey approach  

"The salary is inadequate to the work": The experiences of in-home eldercare workers in Poland's public sector

Factors Affecting Welfare Attitudes in Different Types of Welfare State: Personal Interests and Values

Social Redistribution, Poverty and the Adequacy of Social Protection in the EU

Local Long-Term Care Policies in Central European Capital Cities

 

Contributed

   

Contributed

 
 

Valentina Shipovskaya

   

Karl E. Johnson

 
 

Gender Differences in Healthy Ageing: the Example of Switzerland

   

Rediscovering Social Investment inDevelopmental Welfare State Policies (DWSP): Back to the Future

 

PAPER SESSION 6

Friday

17.00 - 18.30

 


7. Gendered Welfare State: Socialism, Post-Socialism, and Post-Postsocialism

Jana Javornik, Triin Roosalu

 

Room 002A

 

20. Open stream

 

Piotr Michoń

 

 

 

Room 003A

12. Education as Social Policy


Bettina Kohlrausch

Claudia Ruddat

 

 

Room 416A

6. Innovative social and labour-market policies in times of crisis

Rik van Berkel,

Marion Ellison


Room 417A

 

15. Migration and Social Policy: Current Research and New Perspectives


Ann Morissens,

Diane Sainsbury

 

Room 418 A

   

Cordula Zabel, Eva Kopf

Daniel Rauhut, Alois Humer

Henning Lohmann, Florian Ferger

Carina Altreiter, Bettina Leibetseder, Heinz Leitgöb

Paul Bridgen, Traute Meyer

   

Labor market policies for couples receiving means-tested benefits in Germany: Differences in implementation between eastern and western Germany.

Is there a European Welfare Model?

Educational poverty in a comparative perspective: Theoretical and empirical implications

Two Steps Forward – One Step Backward – Austrian „Merger“ of Unemployment and Social Assistance Service

Free movement? Assessing the impact of regulation, benefit generosity and wage differences on the pensions of typical European migrants

   

Vladimir Kozlov, Irina Kalabikhina

Peter Taylor-Gooby

David Natali, Chiara Agostini

Andrzej Klimczuk, Magdalena Klimczuk-Kochańska

Bernhard Weicht

   

Gender equality and labour market. Whether the higher role of men in family childcare leads to higher participation of women on labour market in Russia

Welfare State Dualisation and New Social Risk Investment

Evolving EU Social Dimension:Trends in Social and Education Policy through the Lisbon Strategy and Europe 2020

Outplacement - Barriers and Challenges of Implementation by Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Poland

The search for the professional:
social and migration policies influencing the positionality of migrant care workers

   

Iga Kozlowski

Emanuele Ferragina; Martin Seleib-Kaiser, Joseph Feyertag

Justin J.W. Powell, Jonna Milena Blanck, Benjamin Edelstein

Lieske van der Torre

Anna Maria Faustmann, Gudrun Biffl

 

   

National Identity and Democratic Transition: Polish Abortion Discourse 1990-1993

Social and Political Participation in the Age of Dualization: Analyzing Political Economy through the Lens of Sociology

Institutional Change toward Inclusive Education or the Reproduction of School Segregation in Germany?

Policy innovations for including disabled people in the labour-market: a study of the innovative practices of Dutch sheltered work companies

Migration policy, integration policy and integration performance: challenges for
the welfare state

     

contributed

   

contributed

     

Stefan Angel

   

Franziska Gassmann, Melissa Siegel, Michaella Vanore, Jennifer Waidler

     

The effect of over-indebtedness on health. Comparative microeconometric analyses for Europe

   

The Effect of Migration on the Elderly Left Behind n Georgia and Moldova

 

PAPER SESSION 7

 

Saturday

9.00- 11.00

14. Political economy of the welfare state (reforms)


Dorota Szelewa,

Michał Polakowski

 

 

Room 416A

11. Social Construction of Poverty: Media, Professionals and Public Opinion


Christian Albrekt Larsen,

Dorota Lepianka

 

Room 417A

8 Eldercare services in Europe – recent developments in European countries

Annette Angermann, Werner Eichhorst

 

Room 418A

13. Market Inequality and the redistributive impact of public policies - still existing or eroding?


Ursula Dallinger

 

Room 002A

19. Welfare State Building in the Interbellum Period (1914-1940): Defining Years?

Marcel Hoogenboom, Christina May

Room 003A

18. Social Workers and Social Policy: New Challenges and a Changing Relationship


John Gal,

Idit Weiss-Gal

 


Room 004A

 

Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Elias Naumann, Claus Wendt

Magdalena Rek-Woźniak

Nathalie Morel

Bastian Betthäuser

Jerónimo Molina Cano, Jesús Adolfo Guillamón Ayala

Francisco Branco

 

Not quite united against reforms: Pension reform positions of British, French, and German social groups

The images of poverty in Polish popular culture

Servicing the welfare state, servicing the knowledge - based economy: the politicial economy of domestic work in Europe

Explaining the dualization of social policy: Corporatism, organized labour and unemployment protection reform in Germany and Austria

Wilhelm Ropke's Third way.

Social Work and Social Policy in the Portuguese Context: Itinerary and Present Perspectives

 

Olaf van Vliet, Koen Caminada and Kees Goudswaard

Wojciech Woźniak

Kaja Zapedowska-Kling

Chen Wang

Nicole Kerschen

 

Marie Lebacq

 

 

Does the role of political parties in unemployment benefit reform depend on economic conditions?

Deservingness, polarization and political agenda. Inequalities and poverty in manifestos of political parties in Poland

Eldercare services in Sweden and the United States - comparative analysis, examples of good practise

Impact of public/private-mix of pensions on income inequality and
poverty among the elderly in: Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany,
Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States

Influence of the Bismarckian Social Insurance Model in Luxembourg and in France in the Interbellum Period: between consolidation and resistance.

Tackling Child Poverty in North East Wales: the impact of preventative social work on emerging social policy

 

Margarita Gelepithis

Andreas Pihl Kjærsgård

Blanka Plasova, Ivana Dobrotič

Wim Van Lancker, Natascha Van Mechelen

Thomas Paster

Carla Moretti, Elena Spina

 

Unlikely advocates of outsider interests: the role of the pension industry in universalising reforms

The Diversified Framing and Construction of “The Rich”: A Study of Danish and Swedish Newspapers 1996-2012

Eldercare puzzle in postcommunist countries. Experiences and trends in Croatia and the Czech Republic

Universalism under siege? An exploration of the association between child poverty, child benefits and the targeting-universalism debate

Business and Welfare State Development: Why Did Employers Accept Social Reforms?

Social Policies and Helping Relationships: Social Workers and Healthcare Assistants Faced with New Challenges

   

Enrica Morlicchio

Agnieszka Furmańska-Maruszak

Heejung Chung

Victoria Schmidt

Yisca Monnickendam-Givon;

Edith Blit-Cohen

   

Poor people’s social representation and struggles for recognition

Combining informal eldercare and work in Europe. Threads and opportunities

Determinants on income inequality among elderly in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States

The eugenics Action of child protection during the First Republic: recognising the segregation of disabled and Roma children in the Czech Rep.

Social Workers and Social Policy: New challenges and a challenging relationship

Saturday

11.30-12.45


12.45-13.00

Plenary

ANDREW CLARK
The Easterlin Paradox and Public Policy

 


Conference Closing

STEFFEN MAU


Room 111A

 

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