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STREAM 1: EUROPEANIZATION OF SOCIAL POLICY. Stream convenor: Nicole Kerschen (University of Paris West Nanterre La Défense)
SESSION 1A: Thursday 8th of September – 16.00 – 17.30; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation State of the Art. OMC in social and employment policy: theory, methods, substantive outcome and new directions. 1.- Caroline de la Porte ; 2.- Timo Weishaupt
Oral presentation Europa, Europae. Europeanization and the Domestic Politics of Welfare State Reform. 1.- Paolo R. Graziano; 2.- Sophie Jacquot; 3.- Bruno Palier
Oral presentation The role of civil society organizations in EU Social Policy – Making: the Case of Anti – Poverty Organizations. 1.- Håkan Johansson; 2.- Bjørn Hvinden
Contributed paper The Emerging Expert Consensus on Pension Policymaking and Cross-National Public Attitudes towards Realistic Pension Policy Options. 1.- Juan J. Fernández; 2. Antonio J. Castillo
SESSION 1B : Friday 9th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Europeanization through Framing? The case of childcare policy in the Netherlands. 1.- Elissaveta Radulova
Oral presentation The Europeanization of the Pension System in Greece. 1.- Dafni Diliagka
Oral presentation The Europeanization of Social Inclusion in Greece: When EU “soft” pressure meets “hard” domestic paths. 1.- Andreas Feronas
STREAM 2: SUSTAINABILITY AND TRANSFORMATION OF GOVERNANCE IN THE EUROPEAN MULTI-LEVEL WELFARE SYSTEM. Stream convenor: Ute Behning (Institute for European Welfare System Research)
SESSION 2: Thursday 8th of September – 16.00 – 17.30; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation The European Multi-level Welfare System: Methods of Open Coordination and Public Parliamentary Activities 1.- Rik De Ruiter
Oral presentation A Tool Only for Financial Purposes? The Lopsided Use of the Pensions OMC by Political Actors 1.- Björn Hacker
Oral presentation Assessing the Causal Mechanisms in Soft Law Policies: A Comparative Case Study of the OMCs in Social Inclusion and Education and Training in Denmark and Portugal 1.- Mads Dagnis Jensen; 2.- Christel Koop
Contributed paper The transformation of European governance through networks: Institutional innovations but continuation of hierarchies, struggles and contestation. 1.- Hester Kan
Contributed paper The Lisbon Strategy, Europe 2020, and the Crisis in Between 1.- David Natali
STREAM 3: TRANSFORMING GOVERNANCE AND CITIZENSHIP IN EUROPEAN SOCIETIES.Stream convenors: Patricia Kennet (University of Bristol) and Noemi Lendvai (European University Institute)
SESSION 3A: Thursday 8th of September – 16.00 – 17.30; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Shifting the Public-Private Mix: A new Dualization of Welfare? 1.- Martin Seeleib-Kaiser; 2.- Adam M Saunders ; 3.- Marek Naczyk.
Oral presentation Rethinking Clientelism, Governance and Citizenship: the case of Croatia. 1.- Paul Stubbs ; 2.- Sinisa Zrinščak
Oral presentation Weaning the poor from the State: Activation and the production of Responsible and Self Sufficient Citizens in Israel. 1.- Sara Helman
Contributed paper Local governance’s models of social policies in Marche Region 1.- Leonardo Catena
SESSION 3B: Friday 9th of September – 9.00 – 10.30; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Active Citizenship and Governance in Local Social Policy: modes of regulating age management. 1.- Per H. Jensen; 2.- Henrik P. Bang
Oral presentation Citizenship and governance at a time of territorialisation. 1.- Lavinia Bifulco
Oral presentation Transnational Home-Making Practices: Integration, Citizenship and Community Cohesion Reconsidered. 1.- Adriana Sandu
SESSION 3C: Friday 9th of September – 13.30 – 14.30; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Citizenship and gender regimes in unemployment insurances: A European Comparison. 1.- Jean-Pierre Tabin; 2.- Raluca Enescu
Oral presentation Conceptual differences in the redesigning of social citizenship. 1.- Patricia Frericks
STREAM 4: AGENCY AND SOCIAL POLICY TRANSFORMATION: BRINGING ACTORS BACK IN TO THE RESEARCH ON SOCIAL POLICY.Stream convenors: Dorota Szelewa (University of Bremen) and Michal Polakowski (Maastricht University)
SESSION 4A: Thursday 8th of September – 16.00 – 17.30; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Deconstructing the “Retrenchment Consensus” in pensions – an agency focused approach 1.- Traute Meyer
Oral presentation From mother care to shared parental and daycare:A discursive-institutionalist study of the driving factors behind childcare policy developments in the Netherlands 1.- Elissaveta Radulova
Oral presentation Evolution of West European welfare states 1960-1970: Finland and West Germany 1.- Matias Gardin
Contributed paper Leaving Bismarck behind? The electoral politics of pension individualization in Italy and Germany 1.- Furio Stamati
SESSION 4B: Friday 9th of September – 9.00 – 10.30; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation The Decreasing Returns of Social Compromise: The Role of Employers in the Transformation of the German Welfare State 1.- Thomas Paster
Oral presentation Labour market dualisation in France. Assessing different explanatory approaches 1.- Paul Marx
Oral presentation Shifting ground: The diffusion of gender knowledge in local childcare policies 1.- Annette Henninger
Contributed paper Capitalists against crisis employers associations and the expansion of short time work in Germany and Italy, 2008-2010 1.- Federico Pancaldi
STREAM 5: ENTREPRENEURIAL PROVIDERS IN SOCIAL POLICYStream convenors: Tanja Klenk (University of Bremen) and Stephan Köppe (University of Edinburgh)
SESSION 5: Friday 9th of September – 9.00 – 10.30; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation Entrepreneurial GPs and the commercialization of primary health care in the UK 1.- Elke Heins
Oral presentation The Rise and Fall of the Early Childhood Education and Care Entrepreneur in England 1.- Verity Campbell-Barr
Oral presentation Regulating for Administrative Justice in the Regulatory Welfare State: The Case of Privatized Activation Agencies in Israel 1.- Avishai Benish
STREAM 6: LABOUR MARKET POLICY, ACTIVATION AND BEYONDStream convenors: Ludo Struyven (Leuven University) and Matthias Knuth (University of Duisburg-Essen)
SESSION 6A: Thursday 8th of September – 16.00 – 17.30; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation How did activation policies and welfare reforms contribute to the dualisation of coordinated market economies 1.- Bruno Palier; 2.- Kathleen Thelen
Oral presentation The changing nature of transitions between non-employment and employment in West European labour markets 1.- Alison Koslowski; 2. – Regina Konle-Seidl3. – Werner Eichhorst4. – Paul Marx
Oral presentation Inclusiveness of employment systems – Finland and Denmark compared 1.- Harri Kostilainen; 2.- Ari Nieminen
Contributed paper Comparing welfare regimes by their effects on intra-household inequalities 1.- Jerome De Henau; 2.- Susan Himmelweit; 3.- Cristina Santos; 4.- Zeenat Soobedar
Contributed paper Labor Market Trajectories after Non-employment: A Comparison of Germany and the United Kingdom Using Sequence Analysis 1.- Thomas Biegert
SESSION 6B: Friday 9th of September – 9.00 – 10.30; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Activation for people on disability benefits in Denmark and the UK 1.- Colin Lindsay; 2.- Mikkel Mailand
Oral presentation Poor health as a cause and as an effect of unemployment: What can be done, what should be done in activating labour market policy? Experiences from Germany 1.- Martin Brussig; 2.- Niko Dragano; 3.- Sarah Mümken
Oral presentation Companies’ roles as active activation partners (disabled people) 1.- Inger Lise Skog Hansen; 2.- Tone Flötten
Contributed paper “Discretion and discrimination at street level. Case-worker attitudes and the shaping of employment services when service users have ethnic minority background.” 1.- Anne Britt Djuve; 2.- Hanne C. Kavli
SESSION 6C: Saturday 10th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Governance and effects of activation policies in nine countries 1.- Willibrord de Graaf; 2.- Tomás Sirovátka
Oral presentation The politics of management and labour market reforms: comparing pathways to reform in Denmark and the US 1.- Evelyn Brodkin; 2.- Flemming Larsen
Oral presentation Decentralisation and centralisation in the governance of activation in Europe 1.- Renate Minas; 2.- Rik van Berkel ; 3.- Sharon Wright
Contributed paper Bootstraps and brickbats: The politics of dependency and activation in comparative perspective 1.- Mark Considine
SESSION 6D: Friday 9th of September – 13.30 – 14.30; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation Individualisation without personalisation? The paradoxical logic of the quasi-market based employment services in the Lombardy region 1.- Stefania Sabatinelli; 2.- Matteo Villa
Oral presentation The End of A Success Story? Danish Unions and Activation Policies in Situation of Crisis. 1.- Michaela Schulze
Contributed paper Activation in the Austrian social assistance scheme. Formal and operational transformation. 1.- Bettina Leibetseder; 2.- Mag. Helga Kranewitter
SESSION 6E: Friday 9th of September – 16.30 – 17.30; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation The limits of activation. Channels to employment and labour market prospects for the low skilled 1.- Christian Albrekt Larsen; 2.- Giulano Bonoli
Oral presentation Activating low-skilled unemployed mothers: an evaluation of the Belgian job monitoring scheme 1.- Joris Ghysels; 2.- Chris van Klaveren; 3- Kim Vercammen
STREAM 7: CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABILITY OF EUROPEAN SOCIAL POLICY: TOWARDS A RESEARCH AGENDA. Stream convenors: Sabina Stiller (Wageningen University) and Ian Gough (London School of Economics and Political Science)
SESSION 7: Thursday 8th of September – 17.30 – 19.00; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Pathways for social – environmental housing policy. 1.- Josefine Vanhille
Oral presentation Carbon Tax Reform and the Long term Challenges of an Ageing Society. 1.- Emmanuel Combet; 2.- Jean Charles Hourcade
Oral presentation Social Partners and climate change. 1.-Bruno Estrada; 2.- Ramón Baeza
Contributed paper A Carbon tax and the risk of inequity. 1.- Emmanuel Combet; 2.- Frédéric Ghersi; 3.- Jean Charles Hourcade; 4.- Camille Thubin
STREAM 8: THE ROLE OF WELFARE ATTITUDES IN WELFARE STATE CHANGEStream convenors: Jani Erola (University of Turku) and Mikko Niemelä (The Social Insurance Institution of Finland)
SESSION 8A: Ethnicity and immigration: Thursday 8th of September – 17.30 – 19.00; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation Ethnic Heterogeneity, and Public Support for Welfare: Is the US Experience Replicated in Britain, Sweden, and Denmark. 1.- Christian Albrekt Larsen
Oral presentation Migrants’ attitudes toward government’s responsibility for welfare provision and moral consequences of the welfare state in 12 European countries. 1.- Ann Morissens ; 2.- Rembert De Blander
Oral presentation Immigration and attitudes to welfare: analysing the relation between immigration and harsher judgement of welfare claimants in Europe. 1.- Trude Sundberg
Contributed paper You get what you ask for: the impact of framing in opinion surveys. 1.- Olli Kangas; 2.- Sampo Varjonen
SESSION 8B: Welfare institutions & social change: Friday 9th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation The Effect of Socio-Economic Context on Redistributive Preferences 1.- Moira Nelson
Oral presentation Institutional Settings and Patterns of Welfare Support across Countries. 1.- Antonio M Jaime-Castillo; 2.- Inés Calzada
Oral presentation Macroeconomic and Social Change and Popular Demand for Redistribution. 1.- Mads Meier Jæger
Contributed paper Eliciting individual preferences and attitudes for reforming the old age social welfare system. 1.- Yosr Abid; 2.- Cathal O’Donoghue
SESSION 8C: Welfare institutions and redistribution: Friday 9th of September – 13.30 – 14.30; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Equity, Equality, or Need? A Multilevel Analysis of Preferences for Principles of Welfare Redistribution across 25 European Societies 1.- Tim Reeskens; 2.- Wim Van Oorschot
Oral presentation The dynamics of individual attitudes in times of welfare state retrenchment. 1.- Elias Naumann
STREAM 9: “POSITIVE WELFARE” IN PRACTICE: TRANSFORMATION, TRENDS AND DILEMMAS IN EUROPEAN WELFARE STATESStream convenors: Marion Ellison (Queen Margaret University) and Menno Fenger (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
SESSION 9A: Thursday 8th of September – 17.30 – 19.00: Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Community involvement: transforming the community beyond the school walls 1.- Suzanne Gatt ; 2.- Laura Sue Armeni; 3.- Marilyn Formosa
Oral presentation Welfare with Work? Comparative evidence on benefit and labour income in European Countries 1.- Tim Van Rie; 2.- Ive Marx
Oral presentation The idea of a Welfare State and the future of the EU Social Policy 1.- Józef Niznik
Contributed paper Assessing capacity for work: Employment and support allowance in the UK 1.- Jackie Gulland
SESSION 9B: Friday 9th of September – 13.00 – 14.30; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Improving Flexibility: Consequences on Unemployment Inequalities between Skill groups 1.- Jenny Bennett
Oral presentation Crisis and Welfare State Change in the Netherlands. 1.- Mara Yerkes; 2.- Romke Van der Veer
Oral presentation Policies integration, local governance and citizenship. The challenge of participation in the new welfare state. 1.- Rachele Benedetti
Contributed paper Working around policy dilemmas: labour market and welfare state change in Germany 1.- Werner Eichhorst; 2.- Paul Marx
STREAM 10: THE IMPACT OF EU SOCIAL POLICY ON SOCIAL SERVICES AND STREET-LEVEL BUREAUCRACIESStream convenors: Renate Minas (Institute for Future Studies) and Yuri Kazepov (University of Urbino Carlo Bo)
SESSION 10: Thursday 8th of September – 17.30 – 19.00; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation The social inclusion OMC: capable of addressing structural challenges in welfare state reform? The case of Denmark 1.- Caroline de la Porte; 2.- Yasir Al-Gailany
Oral presentation The impact of EU social model on social economy development in Italy and Romania 1.- Angela Genova
Oral presentation Europeanization of health care reimbursement? EU regulation, policy learning and cooperation. 1.- Katharina Böhm; 2.- Claudia Landwehr
Contributed paper Are matches only made in heaven? How scientific evaluation can contribute to a better targeting of ESF- actions to disadvantaged. 1.- Liesbeth Van Parys; 2. – Greet Van Dooren
STREAM 11: SUSTANAIBLE SOCIAL SERVICE PROVISION IN AN ERA OF FISCAL AUSTERITYStream convenor: Ulrike Schneider (University of Economics and Business)
SESSION 11: Friday 9th of September – 9.00 – 10.30; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Provider Diversity in the NHS: a study of recent developments in four health economies. 1.- Pauline Allen; 2.- Will Bartlett; 3.- Greenwell Matchaya; 4.- Virginie Perotin; 5.- Simon Turner; 6.- Bernarda Zamora
Oral presentation Labor flows in the Nonprofit sector. 1.- Benjamin Bittschi; 2.- Astrid Pennerstorfer
Oral presentation Social versus Fiscal – The future of “Help at Home” services in the Greek social care regime 1.- Gabriel Amitsis
STREAM 12: SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL POLICYStream convenors: John Gal (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
SESSION 12A: Policy practice: country studies: Friday 9th of September – 14.30 – 16.00; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Social Work and Social Policy – The Italian Case. 1.- Annamaria Campanini ; 2.- Carla Facchini
Oral presentation In what ways does social work, as practice, education, and research influence social policy in Sweden? 1.- Tapio Salonen; 2.- Katarina H. Thorén
Oral presentation Social workers as agents of change? Russian context. 1.- Elena Iarskaia-Smirnova; 2.- Pavel Romanov ; 3.- Natalia Sorokina
Contributed paper From Few to Many, from Similarity to Diversity”: Policy Practice and Social Work in Israel. 1.- Idit Weiss-Gal; 2.- John Gal
Contributed paper Social Work in Cyprus: The Challenge of Indigenization. 1.- Stefanos Spaneas
Contributed paper Education and training of Spanish social workers in social policy and practice 1.- Maria-Asunción Martínez Roman
SESSION 12B: Street level Policy practice: Saturday 10th of September –12.30 – 14.00; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Social Work and Social Policy: Which Role for Social Work Professionals? Some reflections from an Italian Perspective. 1.- Urban Nothdurfter
Oral presentation Social workers’ professional responsibility in shaping social policy. 1.- Elisheva Sadan; 2.- Arza Churchman
Oral presentation The influence of binding administrative procedures on social workers’ decision making. 1.- Matilde Høybye-Mortensen
SESSION 12C: Policy practice: Education and Practice: Friday 9th of September – 16.30 – 17.30; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Higher education engagement in policy practice: Lessons from two policy change projects. 1.- Roni Kaufman
Oral presentation Social Workers’ attitudes towards the unemployed in the Nordic Countries. 1.- Johanna Kallio; 2.- Helena Blomberg-Kroll; 3.- Christian Kroll
Contributed paper Whose profession is it anyway? Central government and qualifying education in social work. 1.- Jo Moriarty
Contributed paper Between NGO’s and the state: Turkish Social Services Sector in post 1990s. 1.- Aysecan Kartal-Scifo
STREAM 13: SOCIAL AND HEALTH CAREStream convenors: Mª Carmen Alemán (UNED) and Francisco Ródenas (University of Valencia)
SESSION 13A: Friday 9th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Cash or care? The exploration of social care concepts in the context of the Flemish cash-for-care schemes. 1.- Anna-Liisa Niemelä; 2.- Anna-Liisa Lyytinen
Oral presentation Migrant Labour and the Marketisation of Long-Term Care in Italy and the UK. 1.- Isabel Shutes; 2.- Carlos Chiatti
Oral presentation The Integration of Professional Social Work in Group Practices of General Practitioners. 1.- Carla Moretti; 2.- Milena Mammoli
Contributed paper Application of risk screening of readmission tools in Valencian healthcare system. 1.- Ascension Doñate; 2.- Eduardo Zafra
SESSION 13B: Friday 9th of September – 14.30 – 16.00; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Towards person-centered social care models for persons with disabilities: findings of empirical research in Belgium. 1.- Hans Gevers; 2.- Jef Breda
Oral presentation Health Care Determinants in Comparative Perspective: The Role of Partisan Politics for Health Care Provision. 1.- Ingalill Montanari; 2.- Kenneth Nelson
Oral presentation The socio-health space: The impact on widowed people’s quality of life. 1.- Pedro Sánchez Vera; 2.- Marcos Alonso Bote Díaz; 3.- Ester Bódalo Lozano
Contributed paper System(at)ic Exclusion & Inclusion of People with Disabilities –Vocational Rehabilitation in the Light of the System Theory. 1.- Nancy Titze; 2.- Stefan Gruber; 3.- Stefan Zapfel.
STREAM 14: TRANSFORMATION OF LONG-TERM CARE IN AGEING SOCIETIES. CAUSES, PATTERNS AND CONSEQUENCES OF POLICY DEVELOPMENT. Stream convenors: Tine Rostgaard (SFI – The Danish National Center for Social Research) and Virpi Timonen (Trinity College Dublin)
SESSION 14A: Friday 9th of September – 14.30 – 16.00; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Reforms in long-term care policies in EU countries: an interpretation. 1.- Costanzo Ranci; 2.- Emmanuele Pavolini
Oral presentation Carers at home: Varieties of family care in European welfare states. 1.- Patricia Frericks; 2.- Birgit Pfau-Effinger
Oral presentation Regional service structures and risks of long – term institutional placement among older people in Finland: a multilevel survival analysis. 1.- Jenni Blomgren
Contributed paper Nordic Social Service States in Elder Care 1.- Lina Van Aerschot; 2.- Minna Zechner
SESSION 14B: Saturday 10th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Absenteeism and work-to-family conflict among employed informal caregivers in Europe. 1.- Martin Zuba; 2.- Ulrike Schneider
Oral presentation Childlessness and support networks in later life: a new public welfare demand? Evidence from Italy. 1.- Marco Albertini; 2.- Letizia Mencarini
Oral presentation The role of personal alarm systems within the care support of the elderly, a regional study. 1.- Leen Sebrechts; 2.- Jef Breda; 3.- Donder Annick
SESSION 14C: Friday 9th of September – 16.30 – 17.30; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Combining universalism, cost containment and family care –giving: Long – term care insurance in Germany. 1.- Hildegard Theobald
Oral presentation Transformation by Stealth: Intensification of Home Care in Finland. 1.- Teppo Kröger; 2.- Anu Leinonen
Contributed paper Conceptualising informal care work in Long-Term Care systems:the case of Spain. 1.- Margarita León
Contributed paper Perceptions and expectations of older people care in Ireland. 1.- Aoife Callan; 2.- Eamon O’Shea
STREAM 15: REFORMS OF PENSION SYSTEM IN THE LIGHT OF SOCIOECONOMIC INTERDEPENDENCIESStream convenors: Christine Lagoutte (University of Tours) and Anne Reimat (University of Reims)
SESSION 15A: Friday 9th of September – 14.30 – 16.00; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Embedded pension reforms in Europe: The forces towards a renewed welfare system for the elderly 1.- Bernhard Ebbinghaus
Oral presentation Pension Policy in Europe since the Crisis: EU developments and national reforms 1.- Marina Angelaki; 2.- David Natali
Oral presentation Pension Privatisation and the Financialisation of Retirement Provision 1.- Johan De Deken
Contributed paper Lifting Statutory Retirement Age: A contribution to ‘Active Aging’ or Simply Cutting Benefits? 1.- Karl Hinrichs
Contributed paper First-order vs. second-order pension policy. A conceptual framework for the analysis of “sustainable” pension reform and some evidence for Germany and Spain. 1.- Antonio Brettschneider
SESSION 15B: Saturday 10th of September – 12.30 – 14.00; Room 3 (Sala de Juntas Aula César Simón – building B)
Oral presentation Poland’s Stalled Pension Reform: How Reform of the Private Pension System has Shaped Public Policy Debate 1.- Gavin Rae
Oral presentation More or less? The impact of 20 years of pension reforms on the minimum income guarantees for Europe’s elderly 1.- Tim Goedemé
Oral presentation Pension system and Life course: Employment biography patterns and income risks in old age in European welfare states 1.- Katja Möhring
Contributed paper Retirement and change in economic well-being – analysing Finnish replacement ratios based on equivalised household income 1.- Juha Rantala; 2.- Ilpo Suoniemi
STREAM 16: HOUSING POLICY IN CRISISStream convenors: Sten-ÅkeStenberg (SOFI – The Swedish Institute for Social Research)
SESSION 16: Saturday 10th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Are the Housing Regimes in Europe? A Cluster Analysis of Housing Dynamics and New Agenda for Policies 1.- Romana Xerez; 2.- Jaime R. S. Fonseca
Oral presentation Can UK Policies help the poor in Belgium? 1.- Josefine Vanhille; 2.- Gerlinde Verbist
Oral presentation Low income private tenants in an era of fiscal austerity. 1.- Peter A. Kemp
Contributed paper Self-help housing policy in Italy: an opportunity for building communities. 1.- Micol Bronzini; 2.- Marco Gargiulo
STREAM 17: TOURISM, LEISURE TIME AND SOCIAL WELFAREStream convenor: Stephanie Carretero (University of Valencia)
SESSION 17A: Friday 9th of September – 13.30 – 14.30; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Social tourism and its social policy value for vulnerable families 1.- Lynn Minnaert
Oral presentation North African immigrant women and sport for social integration. 1.- Antonio Santos Ortega; 2.- Enriqueta Balibrea Melero
Contributed paper Socialtourism: Research for the improvement of knowledge in accessible social tourism for all in Spain 1.- Mireia Ferri Sanz
SESSION 17B: Friday 9th of September – 16.30 – 17.30; Room 5 (Salón de Actos Manuel Sanchis I Guarner – building B)
Oral presentation Away from daily routines – holiday as a standard of prevailing society and manifestation of unequal society. 1.- Minna Ylikännö
Oral presentation Supply side perspectives on Social Tourism. 1.- Carol Stamm; 2.- Scott McCabe; 3.- Sarah Johnson
STREAM 18: FAMILY POLICY IN TRANSITION. Stream convenors: Timo Fleckesntein (London School of Economics) and Martin Seeleib-Kaiser (University of Oxford)
SESSION 18: Friday 9th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Nordic parenthood policies and politics: contradictions of choice and active fatherhood. 1.- Guðný Björk Eydal; 2.- Tine Rostgaard
Oral presentation The impact of electoral demand and party competition on policy change. Family policy reforms in Germany and Italy. 1.- Agnes Blome
Oral presentation Comparing path dependence and path departure in family policy development – the example of Germany and Finland. 1.- Birgit Pfau-Effinger
Contributed paper Reform alliances in German Family Policy: The importance of Political Leadership. 1.- Annette Henninger; 2.- Angelika von Wahl
STREAM 19: CHILDREN AS A “NEW SOCIAL RISK” – DISCOURSES AND POLICIES. Stream convenors: Carina Marten and Ilona Ostner (Institute of Sociology Goettingen)
SESSION 19A: Thursday 8th of September – 17.30 – 19.00; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Who should care for children? Perceived role of governments in childcare provision across European countries. 1.- Bart Meuleman; 2.- Heejung Chung
Oral presentation Parental responsibilities: elements for a genealogy of a politicy shift in the French context. 1.- Claude Martin
Oral presentation Crisis intervention with families: the lost focus of child protection reforms in Visegrad countries 1.- Victoria Schmidt
Contributed paper “Totalitarian state”, “social workers as baby snatchers” and “children snitching on parents”. On the ambiguities of Polish discourse on the law against domestic violence. 1.- Magdalena Rek-Woźniak; 2.- Wojciech Wózniak
SESSION 19B: Saturday 10th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Equal welfare for everybody? Comparing financial provisions for children in the post-communist countries. 1.- Eva Mitchell
Oral presentation The changing composition of child benefit packages. 1.- Natascha van Mechelen
Oral presentation Retrenchment and Universal Family Supports: The case of Child Benefit. 1.- Anne Coakley
Contributed paper Strategies to prevent cyberbullying. 1.- Irene Monsonís Payá; 2.- Carla Vidal Figueroa; 3.- Gustavo Castillo Rozas
SESSION 19C: Friday 9th of September – 14.30 – 16.00; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation Fertility Uncertainty – Empirical evidence from the German “Hartz IV” reform. 1.- Barbara Hofmann; 2.- Katrin Hohmeyer
Oral presentation Quantité negligeable? An international comparison of the impact of child benefits on poverty outcomes for single mothers 1.- Wim Van Lancker; 2.- Joris Ghysels; 3.- Bea Cantillon
Oral presentation Family Policies and (in) equality in spouses income – evidence from Finland 1.- Anita Haataja; 2.- Ulla Hämäläinen
Contributed paper Combating child poverty in Lithuania and New Member States: The Role of Transfers to Families. 1.- Lina Salanauskaite; 2.- Gerlinde Verbist
SESSION 19D: Saturday 10th of September – 12.30 – 14.00; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Who is disadvantaged? Immigrant children in Italy between school and city policies 1.- Eduardo Barberis; 2.- Silvia Demozzi: 3.- Federica Taddia
Oral presentation Families of children with special needs in the Flemish society: their socioeconomic status and social inclusion policy effectiveness. 1.- Leen Sebrechts; 2.- Jef Breda
Oral presentation Training program in family conflict resolution: a measure of adjustment in childhood. 1.- Elena Baixauli Gallego
Contributed paper The Right to Parents(s)? Children’s Rights, Non – Resident Parenting and Welfare State Provision in Ireland. 1.- Liam Coen; 2.- Noreen Kearns
Contributed paper The conflicting messages of Russian family policy: Are families with many children a problem or a solution? 1.- Anna-Maria Isola
STREAM 20: EFFECTS OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS ON INEQUALITY AND POVERTY.Stream convenors: Manos Matsaganis (Athens University of Economics and Business)
SESSION 20A: Friday 9th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 1 (Sala de Juntas – building A)
Oral presentation Inequality and poverty during the recession in Italy. 1.- Massimo Baldini; 2.- Emanuele Ciani
Oral presentation Modeling the impact of the Economic Crisis on Inequality in Ireland. 1.- Cathal O’Donoghue; 2.- Karyn Morrissey; 3.- Jason Loughrey
Oral presentation Distributional Implications of the crisis in Greece. 1.- Manos Matsaganis; 2.- Chrysa Leventi
SESSION 20B: Saturday 10th of September – 10.30 – 12.00; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation The income polarization of working–age households during the economic crisis in Poland. 1.- Maria Piotrowska
Oral presentation Income inequality and poverty in front of and during economic crisis – an empirical investigation for Germany 1995 – 2009. 1.- Juergen Faik
Oral presentation Reinvigorated church poor relief in Finland between two recessions. 1.- Heikki Hiilamo
Contributed paper Socio-economic Insecurity. A cross-national perspective. 1.- Steffen Mau; 2.- Jan Mewes; 3.- Nadine M. Schöneck
Contributed paper Financing Italian Welfare State: The Analysis of National Fund for Social Policy. 1.- Antonella Bruno
SESSION 20C: Friday 9th of September – 16:30 – 17.30; Room 4 (Salón de Grados Enric Valor i Vives – building B)
Oral presentation Minimum income schemes in the EU: did they provide adequate shelter against the economic storm and how, if at all, did EU governments respond. 1.- Sarah Marchal
Oral presentation Counteracting material deprivation: The role of social assistance in the Europe. 1.- Kenneth Nelson
Contributed paper Social policies and European young adults: poverty avoidance and the role of welfare state. 1.- Ana M. Guillén Rodriguez; 2.- Emmanuele Pavolini
STREAM 21: EUROPEAN HEALTH SYSTEMS AND HEALTH INEQUALITIES. Stream convenors: Mara Tognetti and Annalisa Ornaghi (University of Milan – Bicocca)
SESSION 21: Saturday 10th of September – 12.30 – 14.00; Room 2 (Salón de Grados – building A)
Oral presentation Maternity care certificates as a tool to reduce informal payments for publicly funded services: Russian and Armenian experiences compared. 1.- Daria Ukhova
Oral presentation Publicly provided health care services in seven European countries: distributional effects of extending the income concept and of alternative scenarios of health care funding. 1.- Alari, Paulus; 2.-Tim Smeeding; 3.- Panos Tsakloglou; 4.- Gerlinde Verbist
Oral presentation Comparative study of the relations between inequalities in health and the social vulnerability of Europeans. 1.- Simone Sarti; 2.- Marco Terraneo
Contributed paper Dynamics of poverty and mortality. 1.- Johan Fritzell; 2.- Olli Kangas; 3.- Jennie Bacchus Hertzman; 4.- Jenni Blomgren
Contributed paper Reflections about the evolution of the mental health policy in France. 1.- Bernard Allemandou