Publications in english 2017

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Bosch, Gerhard 2017:
After Brexit: Prioritising a social Europe. In: "Social Europe" on 24 january 2017
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Bosch, Gerhard 2017:
Different National Skill Systems. In: Warhurst, Chris / Mayhew, Ken / Finegold, David / Buchanan, John (ed.): The Oxford Handbook of Skills and Training, pp. 424-443
Bosch, Gerhard 2017:
Different national skill systems. In: Warhurst, Chris / Mayhew, Ken / Finegold, David / Buchanan, John (eds.): The Oxford handbook of skills and training. Oxford: University Press, pp. 424–443
Bosch, Gerhard 2017:
Mini-jobs as an exit option for companies. In: InGenere [a website on economic, social and political issues in a gender perspective]. Zugriff:16.03.2017
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Bosch, Gerhard / Lehndorff, Steffen 2017:
Autonomous bargaining in the shadow of the law: from an enabling towards a disabling state? In: Grimshaw, Damian / Fagan, Colette / Hebson, Gail / Tavora, Isabel (eds.): Making work more equal. A new labour market segmentation approach. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 35-51
Bosch, Gerhard / Weinkopf, Claudia 2017:
Reducing wage inequality: The role of the state in improving job quality. In: Work and Occupations (Special Issue: Making Jobs Better: Interventions to Improve Job Quality) 44 (1), pp. 68–88
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Dribbusch, Heiner / Lehndorff, Steffen / Schulten, Thorsten 2017:
Two worlds of unionism? German manufacturing and service unions since the Great Recession. In: Lehndorff, Steffen / Dribbusch, Heiner / Schulten, Thorsten (eds.): Rough waters: European trade unions in a time of crises. Brussels: ETUI, pp. 197–220
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Greer, Ian / Breidahl, Karen N. / Knuth, Matthias / Larsen, Flemming, 2017:
The marketization of employment services. The dilemmas of Europe's work-first welfare states. Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Jaehrling, Karen 2017:
The atypical and gendered ‘employment miracle’ in Germany: a result of employment protection reforms or long-term structural changes? In: Piasna, Agnieszka / Myant, Martin: Myths of employment deregulation: how it neither creates jobs nor reduces labour market segmentation. Brussels: ETUI, pp. 165–184
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Jansen, Andreas 2017:
Work-retirement cultures: a further piece of the puzzle to explain differences in the labour market participation of older people in Europe? In: Ageing & Society. Published online: 27 February 2017. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X17000125
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Knuth, Matthias 2017:
Between optimism and uncertainty. 2016 Labor market and industrial relations review and outlook for 2017 in Germany. In: International Labor Brief 15 (2), pp. 22–35
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Lehndorff, Steffen / Dribbusch, Heiner / Schulten, Thorsten 2017:
European trade unions in a time of crises — an overview. In: Lehndorff, Steffen / Dribbusch, Heiner / Schulten, Thorsten (eds.): Rough waters: European trade unions in a time of crises. Brussels: ETUI, pp. 7–35
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Lehndorff, Steffen / Dribbusch, Heiner / Schulten, Thorsten (eds.), 2017:
Rough waters: European trade unions in a time of crises. Brussels: ETUI. ISBN 978-2-87452-441-7 (pdf)

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Salter, Emma / Kümmerling, Angelika / Bond, Rod / Sabates, Ricardo 2017:
Education and civic engagement: A comparative study of the benefits of post-compulsory education in England and Germany. In: Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 8 (2), pp. 152–168
Weinkopf, Claudia 2017:
The professionalization of household services from a labour market policy perspective. In: Perspectives on household services. Expert Reports for the Competence Centre “Professionalization and Quality Assurance of Household Services”. Giessen: Justus-Liebig-University, pp. 39-66
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