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Hofäcker, Dirk (2012): Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers: Exploring Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation. [EU Mutual Learning Programme, Thematic Review Seminar on “Employment policies to promote active ageing”, Brussels, 11. Juni 2012] mehr
Hofäcker, Dirk (2012): Globalization and the Labour Market Situation of Older Workers – Trends, Challenges and Strategies for Adaptation. Brussels [Thematic Review Seminar Discussion Paper] mehr
Hubl, Vanessa, und Michaela Pfeifer (2012): Categorical Differentiation in the Light of Deservingness Perceptions: Institutional Structures of Minimum Income Protection for Immigrants and for the Disabled. S. 161-189 in: Ive Marx, Kenneth Nelson (Hrsg.) Minimum Income Protection in Flux. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. mehr
Hubl, Vanessa, und Thomas Bahle (2012): EuMin: Minimum Income Protection in Europe. Database Documentation. Mannheim mehr
Hörisch, Felix, und J. Timo Weishaupt (2012): It’s the Youth, Stupid! Explaining Labour Market Policy Reactions to the Crisis. Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, 6, Heft 2, S. 233-253. mehr
Jennings, Will, Stephen Farrall und Shaun Bevan (2012): The Economy, Crime and Time: an analysis of recorded property crime in England & Wales 1961-2006. International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 40, Heft 3, S. 192-210. mehr
John, Peter, und Shaun Bevan (2012): What Are Policy Punctuations? Large Changes in the Legislative Agenda of the UK Government, 1911–2008. Policy Studies Journal, 40, Heft 1, S. 89-108. mehr
John, Peter, Anthony Bertelli, Will Jennings und Shaun Bevan (2012): Policy Agendas in British Politics. [Annual Political Studies Association Conference, Belfast, UK, 03. bis 05. April 2012] mehr
Junge, Dirk, und Daniel Finke (2012): Lawmaking in the European Parliament: Who shapes policy proposals and what can we learn from legislative behaviour about that?. [Open Legislative Data Conference, Paris, Science Po, 06. bis 07. Juli 2012] mehr
Jäger, Kai (2012): Why did Thailand's middle class turn against a democratically elected government? The information-gap hypothesis. Democratization, 19, Heft 6, S. 1138-1165. mehr

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