Weitere Publikationen aus diesem Projekt

Elias Naumann, Christopher Buss, Johannes Bähr
2016
How Unemployment Experience Affects Support for the Welfare State: A Real Panel Approach
S. 81-92
Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Hess, Elias Naumann
2015
Changing retirement transitions in times of paradigmatic political change: towards growing inequalities?
S. 205-226
Basingstoke
Palgrave Macmillan
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2015
Welfare Retrenchment
S. 521-527
Amsterdam
Elsevier
Dirk Hofäcker, Elias Naumann
2015
The emerging trend of work beyond retirement age in Germany – Increasing social inequality?
S. 473-479
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2015
Demografische Alterung und Reformen der Alterssicherung in Europa – Probleme der ökonomischen, sozialen und politischen Nachhaltigkeit
S. 325-348
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2015
The Privatization and Marketization of Pensions in Europe: A Double Transformation Facing the Crisis
S. 56-73
Elias Naumann
2014
Increasing conflict in times of retrenchment? Attitudes towards healthcare provision in Europe between 1996 and 2002
S. 276-286
Claus Wendt, Elias Naumann, Julia Klitzke
2014
Reformbedarf im deutschen Gesundheitssystem aus Sicht der Bevölkerung
S. 333-348
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2014
Reforming welfare states and changing capitalism : institutional change and reversing early retirement regimes in Europe
University of Greenwich, London
Elias Naumann
2014
Raising the retirement age: retrenchment, feedback and attitudes
S. 223-243
Cheltenham
Edward Elgar
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2014
Der Wandel der Alterssicherung und Alterseinkommen in Europa
Berlin
Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Elias Naumann, Claus Wendt
2013
Not quite united against reforms: Pension reform positions of British, French, and German social groups
Poznan University of Economics
Marius Busemeyer, Bernhard Ebbinghaus, Stephan Leibfried, Nicole Mayer-Ahuja, Herbert Obinger, Birgit Pfau-Effinger
2013
Wohlfahrtspolitik im 21. Jahrhundert: Neue Wege der Forschung
S. 323
Frankfurt
Campus
Bernhard Ebbinghaus
2012
Europe’s Transformations Towards a Renewed Pension System
S. 182-205
Oxford
Oxford University Press