Europe's new state of welfare
Unemployment, employment policies and citizenship
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
Changing labour markets, unemployment and unemployment policies in a citizenship perspective
Jørgen Goul Andersen and Knut Halvorsen
Employment and unemployment in Europe: overview and new trends
Jørgen Goul Andersen and Jan Bendix Jensen
Unemployment and unemployment policy in the UK: increasing employability and redefining citizenship
To be or not to be employed? Unemployment in a 'work society'
France: the impossible new social compromise?
Pascal Ughetto and Denis Bouget
Labour market participation in the Netherlands: trends, policies and outcomes
Wim van Oorschot
Is high unemployment due to welfare state protection? Lessons from the Swedish experience
Denmark: from the edge of the abyss to a sustainable welfare state
Jørgen Goul Andersen
Unemployment and (un)employment policies in Norway: the case of an affluent but oil-dependent economy: the paradox of plenty?
Unemployment and unemployment policy in Finland
Slovenia's navigation through a turbulent transition
Miroljub Ignjatovic, Anja Kopac, Ivan Svetlik and Martina Trbanc
Unemployment and unemployment policy in Switzerland
Work, welfare and citizenship: diversity and variation within European (un)employment policy
Jochen Clasen and Wim van Oorschot