Weitere Publikationen aus diesem Projekt

2014
Assessing the Open Method of Coordination: Institutional Design and National Influence of EU Social Policy Coordination
S. 296
Basingstoke
Palgrave
2013
Mit Neo-Korporatismus durch die Krise? Die Rolle des Sozialen Dialogs in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz
S. 313-335
2013
The Austrian flexicurity model: a source of inspiration for other EU member states?
S. 99-108
2013
Governing Public Employment Services: New Public Management, Social Partnership and Privatization
S. 194-221
Cheltenham, Northhampton (MA), Geneva
Edward Elgar and International Labour Office
2013
Die offene Methode der Koordinierung in der deutschen Sozialpolitik: Trojanisches Pferd, sozialpolitischer Beschleuniger oder vertane Chance?
S. 61-84
2013
Europäische und internationale Politik
S. 75-88
Frankfurt am Main
Campus
2013
Mit Neo-Korporatismus durch die Krise? Die Rolle des Sozialen Dialogs in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz
S. 1-34
Bonn
Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit
2013
Editorial: Der Umbau des Wohlfahrtsstaates in Krisenzeiten - Institutioneller Wandel in Deutschland im internationalen Vergleich
S. 279-290
2012
Origin and Genesis of Activation Policies in ‘Old’ Europe: Toward a Balanced Approach?
S. 190-216
Basingstoke, UK
Palgrave Macmillan
2012
Leveraging Ideational Legacies: Partisan Labor Market Policies in Crisis-Ridden Europe
Cambridge
2012
Beyond National Navel Gazing: Assessing the Impact of International Organizations on National Labor-Market Reforms
New Orleans
SSRN
2011
The European employment strategy: assessing the status quo
S. 9-44
2011
Assessing the Effectiveness and Impact of the Social OMC in Germany
Berlin
2011
From the Manpower Revolution to the Activation Paradigm: Explaining Institutional Continuity and Change in an Integrating Europe
S. 394
Amsterdam
Amsterdam University Press
2011
Reforming Activation Policy in Western Europe – A Process of Neo-Convergernce?
University of Bamberg
2011
Social Partners and the Governance of Public Employment Services: Trends and Experiences from Western Europe
S. 17
Intenational Labour Office
2011
The Role of the Social Partners in Public Employment Services
Turin
2011
State of the Art. The Open Method of Coordination for Social Inclusion and Social Protection
Valencia
2011
Die Offene Methode der Koordinierung: Ergebnisse der EU-weiten Studie zu Effektivität und Einfluss
Bildungszentrum Erkner
2010
Reforming Unemployment Policy in Europe: A Common Turn to Activation?
Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm
2010
In the Midst of the Crisis: Supporting the Unemployed through Direct Job-Creation Schemes?
Montreal
2010
Explaining Labour Market Policy Reactions to the Crisis: Beyond Path Dependency?
Mannheim
2010
Germany after a decade of Social Democrats in government: the end of the continental model?
S. 105-122
2010
Explaining Variations in the Fight against Unemployment in Times of the Global Financial Crisis: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Mannheim
2010
A silent revolution? New management ideas and the reinvention of European public employment services
S. 461-486
2009
A Toolbox for Explaining Institutional Change: Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Strategies
Amsterdam
2009
Money, votes or 'good' ideas? Partisan politics and the effectiveness of the European Employment Strategy in Austria and Ireland
S. 1-17
2009
A Silent Revolution? The Discovery of Management Ideas and the Reinvention of European Public Employment Services
Amsterdam
2008
Il ruolo delle parti sociali nelle riforme pensionistiche europee: passato e presente
S. 37-52