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Welfare Regimes and the Experience of Unemployment in Europe

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Welfare Regimes and the Experience of Unemployment in Europe
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The is the first major study to examine the implications of different welfare regimes for the experience of unemployment in Europe. It addresses three central questions. How far do such regimes protect unemployed people from poverty and financial hardship? Do they reduce or accentuate the tendencies for progressive marginalization from employment that may arise from motivational change, skill loss or the growth of discriminatory barriers? Finally, to what extent do they affect the social integration of unemployed people, in particular with respect to their social networks and psychological well-being? The book is based on a major cross-cultural research programme funded by the European Union. In addition to systematic comparison of national data, it uses a new important data source - the European Community Household Panel - which provides directly comparable information for most of the EU countries. The study shows that institutional and cultural differences have vital implications for the experience of unemployment. While welfare policies affect in an important way the pervasiveness of poverty, it is above all the patterns of family structure and the culture of sociability in a society that affect vulnerability to social isolation. The book concludes by developing a new perspective for understanding the risk of social exclusion.

Author Biography

Duncan Gallie is Professor of Sociology at the University of Oxford. Serge Paugam is a Directeur at the CNRS and a member of the Laboratoire de sociologie quantitative, CREST, INSEE, France.
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2000
Contributors
Edited by Duncan Gallie Edited by Serge Paugam
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
tables
Imprint
Oxford University Press
Pages
432
Dimensions
164x242x27
ISBN-13
9780198280392
Product ID
1859314

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