2017

Arlotti, M. & Sabatinelli, S. (2017). Assessing income support where no national minimum income scheme exists. Is it possible to apply the model family method to the Italian case? International Review of Sociology, 27:1, 142-159.

 

Bandau, F. (2017). The Impact of Partisanship in the Era of Retrenchment. Insights from Quantitative Welfare State Research. University of Bamberg. 

 

Birnbaum, S., Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K. & Palme, J. (2017). The Generational Welfare Contract: Justice, Institutions and Outcomes. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Bölükbasi, T. & Öktem, K. G. (2017). Conceptualizing and operationalizing social rights: Towards higher convergent validity in SCIP and CWED. Journal of European Social Policy, 1-15.

 

Dewilde, C. (2017). Do housing regimes matter? Assessing the concept of housing regimes through configurations of housing outcomes. International Journal of Social Welfare, 2017:26, 384-404. 

 

Doctrinal, L., Fredriksson, D., Nelson, K. & Sirén, S. (2017). Inventory on core social policy databases and indicators for comparative research. Deliverable 22.1, Leuven, InGRID project.

 

Iacono, R. (2017). Minimum income schemes in Europe: is there a trade-off with activation policies? IZA Journal of European Labor Studies, 6(1), 1-15.

 

Marchal, S. (2017). The social floor: essays on minimum income protection. (Doctoral dissertation). Antwerp University.

 

Rasmussen, M. & Pontusson, HJ. (2017). Working-class strength by institutional design? Unionization, partisan politics and unemployment insurance systems, 1870-2010. Comparative Political Studies.

 

2016

Bártová, A. & Emery, T. (2016). Measuring policy entitlements at the micro-level: maternity and parental leave in Europe. Community, Work & Family.

 

Hussain, M.A. (2016). EU Country Rankings’ Sensitivity to the Choice of Welfare Indicators. Social Indicators Research, 125:1, 1-17.

 

Knotz, C. M. (2016). Getting Tough on Unemployment: Essays on the politics of unemployment benefit reform in affluent democracies. (Doctoral dissertation). Lund.

 

Kuitto, K. (2016). Measuring Welfare Entitlement Generosity in Transitional Welfare States: The Case of Post-communist Countries in Central and Eastern Europe. Social Indicators Research, 1-22.

 

2015

Arnold, D. (2015). On the Economics of Sickness Absence and Presenteeism. Doctoral Dissertation zur Erlangung des Doktorgrades des Fachbereichs IV der Universitat Trier.

 

Doctrinal, L., Nelson, K. & Sirén, S. (2015). Comprehensive indicators for the analysis of out-of-work benefits: Introducing the Out-of-Work Benefits Dataset. InGRID Deliverable 22.3. Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research.

 

Korpi, T., Bäckman, O. & Minas, R. (2015). Att möta globaliseringen. Utbildning, aktivering och social exkludering i Norden. TemaNord, Nordiska ministerrådet 2015:534.

 

Quesnel-Vallée, A., Willson, A. & Reiter-Campeau, S. (2015). Health Inequalities Among Older Adults In Developed Countries: Reconciling Theories and Policy Approaches.  Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster Discussion Paper Series/ Un Réseau stratégique de connaissances Changements de population et parcours de vie Document de travail: Vol. 3: Iss. 1, Article 6.

 

Wesolowski, K. (2015). Maybe Baby?: Reproductive Behaviour, Fertility Intentions, and Family Policies in Post-communist Countries, with a Special Focus on Ukraine. (Doctoral dissertation). Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.

 

Wesolowski, K., & Ferrarini, T. (2015). Family policies in Ukraine and Russia in comparative perspective. In Wesolowski, K., Maybe Baby?: Reproductive Behaviour, Fertility Intentions, and Family Policies in Post-communist Countries, with a Special Focus on Ukraine (Paper no. 1). (Doctoral dissertation). Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.

 

Wesolowski, K., & Ferrarini, T. (2015). Family policies and fertility - Examining the link between family policy institutions and fertility rates in 33 countries 1995-2010. In Wesolowski, K., Maybe Baby?: Reproductive Behaviour, Fertility Intentions, and Family Policies in Post-communist Countries, with a Special Focus on Ukraine (Paper no. 2). (Doctoral dissertation). Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis.

 

2014

Berglund, T., & Esser, I. (2014). Modell i förändring. Landrapport om Sverige. (Fafo-rapport 2014:10. NordMod2030, Delrapport 8). Oslo: FAFO.

 

Brambor, T. & Lindvall, J. (2014). Fiscal capacity, domestic compensation, and trade policy: a long-term view.  Näringslivets forskningsinstitut

 

Billingsley, S., & Ferrarini, T. (2014). Family policy and fertility intentions in 21 European countries. Journal of Marriage and Family, 76(2), 428-445.

 

Chzhen, Y. (2014). Subjective Impact of the Economic Crisis on Households with Children in 17 European Countries. Innocenti Working Paper No.2014-09, UNICEF Office of Research, Florence.

 

Crettaz, E. (2014) Poverty and material deprivation among European workers in times of crisis. International Journal of Social Welfare, advance online publication 3 November.

 

Danforth, B. (2014). Worlds of welfare in time: A historical reassessment of the three-world typology. Journal of European Social Policy, 24(2), 164-182.

 

Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., & Sjoberg, O. (2014). Decomposing the effect of social policies on population health and inequalities: An empirical example of unemployment benefits. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 42(7), 635–642.

 

Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., & Sjöberg, O. (2014). Unemployment insurance and deteriorating self-rated health in 23 European countries. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 657–662.

 

Fritzell, J., Bacchus Hertzman, J., Bäckman, O., Borg, I., Ferrarini, T. & Nelson, K (2014). Sweden: Increasing Income Inequalities and Changing Social Relations. In Nolan, B., Salverda, W., Checchi, D., Marx, I., McKnight, A., Tóth, I. G., & van de Werfhorst, H. G. (Eds.), Changing Inequalities and Societal Impacts in Rich Countries: Thirty Countries' Experiences (pp. 641-666). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Grünewald, A. (2014). Social Security around the World: A Review of Datasets. ZeS-Working Paper No. 03/2014

 

Hagelund, A (2014). From economic incentives to dialogic nudging – the politics of change and inertia in Norwegian sickness insurance. Journal of Social Policy, 43, 69-85.

 

Knotz, C., & Lindvall, J. (2014). Coalitions and Compensation The Case of Unemployment Benefit Duration. Comparative Political Studies.

 

Nelson, K., & Fritzell, J. (2014). Welfare states and population health: The role of minimum income benefits for mortality. Social Science & Medicine, 112, 63-71.

 

Obadic, A., Dragicevic, M. (2014). A new labor market approach: Keeping jobs and enhancing labour market flexibility. In Bendekovic, J., Klacmer Calopa, M. & Filipovic, D. (Eds.), Economic and Social Development, 6th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development and 3rd Eastern European ESD Conference: Business Continuity, Book of Proceedings (pp. 23-35). Varazdin: Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency.

 

Obinger, H., Starke, P. (2014). Welfare state transformation: Convergence and the rise of the supply side model (TranState Working Papers, No. 180). Bremen: University of Bremen.

 

Wang, J. & Vliet, van, O. (2014) Social assistance and minimum income benefits: Benefit levels, replacement rates and policies across 33 countries, 1990 – 2009. Department of Economics Research Memorandum 2014.04. Leiden: Leiden University. 

 

2013

Arnold, D. (2013). Benefit morale and cross‐country diversity in sick pay entitlements. Kyklos, 66(1), 27-45.

 

Danforth, B., & Stephens, J. D. (2013). Measuring social citizenship: achievements and future challenges. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(9), 1285-1298.

 

Esser, I., Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., Palme, J., & Sjöberg, O. (2013). Unemployment Benefits in EU Member States. Brussels: Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission.

 

Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., Korpi, W., & Palme, J. (2013). Social citizenship rights and social insurance replacement rate validity: pitfalls and possibilities. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(9), 1251-1266.

 

Hay, C (2013). The British Growth Crisis: a Crisis of and for Growth (SPERI paper No. 1). Sheffield: University of Sheffield.

 

Korpi, W., Ferrarini, T., & Englund, S. (2013). Women's opportunities under different family policy constellations: gender, class, and inequality tradeoffs in Western countries re-examined. Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society, 20(1), 1-40.

 

Montanari, I., & Nelson, K. (2013). Social service decline and convergence: How does healthcare fare?. Journal of European Social Policy, 23(1), 102-116.

 

Nelson, K. (2013). Social assistance and EU poverty thresholds 1990–2008. Are European welfare systems providing just and fair protection against low income? European sociological review, 29(2), 386-401.

 

Petrovic, M (2013). Social assistance and activation in the pursuit of happiness: Shedding new light on old policy solutions to social exclusion (Doctoral dissertation). Maastricht: Maastricht University.

 

Schäfer, A (2013). Liberalization, Inequality and Democracy’s Discontent. In Streeck, W., & Schäfer, A. Politics in the Age of Austerity (pp 169-195). Cambridge: Polity Press.

 

Spannagel, D. (2013) In-work poverty in Europe: Extent, structure and causal mechanisms. Combating Poverty in Europe (COPE).

 

Ugreninov, E., Hvinden, B., & Nordvik, V (2013). Can work-family policies reduce the poverty gap between one-parent and two-parent households? A multi-level analysis of child poverty across 25 European countries. Combating Poverty in Europe (COPE).

 

Umaphati, N., Wang, D., & O’Keefe, P. (2013). Eligibility Thresholds for Minimum Living Guarantee Programs: International Practices and Implications for China (Social Protection and labor discussion paper no. 1307). Washington, DC: World Bank.

 

Van Der Waal, J., De Koster, W., & Van Oorschot, W. (2013). Three worlds of welfare chauvinism? How welfare regimes affect support for distributing welfare to immigrants in Europe. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice, 15(2), 164-181.

 

Wenzelburger, G., Zohlnhöfer, R., & Wolf, F. (2013). Implications of dataset choice in comparative welfare state research. Journal of European Public Policy, 20(9), 1229-1250.

 

Wincott, D. (2013). The (Golden) age of the welfare state: Interrogating a conventional wisdom. Public Administration, 91(4), 806-822.

 

2012

Backhans, M., Burström, B., de Leon, A. P., & Marklund, S. (2012). Is gender policy related to the gender gap in external cause and circulatory disease mortality? A mixed effects model of 22 OECD countries 1973–2008. BMC public health, 12(1), 969.

 

Bäckman, O. & Ferrarini, T. (2012). Men de äro rysligt dyra - barn, fattigdom och familjepolitik. 
Framtider (1/2012), 9-11.

 

Elu-Terán, A. (2012). Has social security policy converged? Cross-country evolution of old age benefits, 1890–2000. The Journal of Economic History, 72(04), 927-955.

 

Knotz, C. M. (2012). Measuring the 'new balance of rights and responsibilities' in labor market policy: A quantitative overview of activation strategies in 20 OECD countries (ZeS-Working Paper 2012:06). Bremen: Zentrum für Sozialpolitik

 

Kuivalainen, S., Nelson, K. (2012). Eroding minimum income in the Nordic countries and abroad? Reassessing the typical character of Nordic social assistance. In Kvist, J., Fritzell, J., Hvinden, B., & Kangas, O (Eds.), Changing social equality - The Nordic welfare model in the 21st Century (pp. 69-89). Bristol: Policy Press.


Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., & Höög, H. (2012). From universalism to selectivity: old wine in new bottles for child benefits in Europe and other countries. In Marx, I., & Nelson, K. (Eds.) Minimum income protection in Flux (pp.137-60). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., & Höög, H. (2012). The Fiscalization of Child Benefits in OECD Countries (GINI Discussion Paper No. 49: Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies (AIAS)). Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam.

 

Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., Palme, J., & Sjöberg, O. (2012). Sveriges socialförsäkringar i jämförande perspektiv. En institutionell analys av sjuk-, arbetsskade- och arbetslöshetsförsäkringarna i 18 OECD länder 1930 till 2010 (Swedish Social Insurance in Comparative Perspective. An Institutional Analysis of Sickness, Work Accident and Unemployment Insurance in 18 OECD countries 1930-2010). (Underlagsrapport nr. 10 till den parlamentariska socialförsäkringsutredningen (S 2010:04)). Stockholm: Social Ministry.

 

Nelson, K. (2012). Counteracting material deprivation: The role of social assistance in Europe. Journal of European Social Policy, 22(2), 148-163.

 

Nelson, K. (2012). Individuell ofärd, ojämlikhet och socialpolitik. Sverige i ett bredare europeiskt perspektiv (Individual well-being, equality and social policy. Sweden in European perspective). In Kön, klass och etnicitet. Jämlikhetsfrågor i socialförsäkringen (Sex, class and ethnicity: Questions of equality in social insurance) (pp. 43-58). Socialförsäkringsrapport 2012:4. Stockholm: Social Insurance Office.

 

Paetzold, J. (2012). The convergence of welfare state indicators in Europe: Evidence from panel data (Working Papers in Economics and Finance, No. 2012:04). Salzburg: University of Salzburg.

 

Pfeifer, M. (2012). Comparing unemployment protection and social assistance in 14 European countries. Four worlds of protection for people of working age. International Journal of Social welfare, 21(1), 13-25.

 

Schmitt, C., & Obinger, H. (2012). Policy diffusion and social rights in advanced democracies 1960-2000 (ZeS-Working Paper 2012:02). Bremen: Zentrum für Sozialpolitik

 

2011

Backhans, M. C., Burström, B., & Marklund, S. (2011). Gender policy developments and policy regimes in 22 OECD Countries, 1979-2008. International Journal of Health Services, 41(4), 595-623.

 

Bahle, T., Pfeifer, M., & Hubl, V. (2011). The last safety net: A handbook of minimum income protection in Europe. Bristol: Policy Press.

 

Billingsley, S., & Ferrarini, T. (2011). Family Policies and Fertility Intentions across New and Old Welfare Democracies (Working Paper 2011:10). The Linnaeus Center Social policy and family dynamics in Europe (SPaDE).

 

Bygren, M., Duvander, A.-Z. & Ferrarini, T. (2011). Moulding Parents’ Childcare?: A Comparative Analysis of Paid Work
and Time with Children in Different Family Policy Models. In Drobnic, S., & Guillén, A., (Eds.), Work-Life Balance in 
Europe: The Role of Job Quality (pp. 207-230). Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Bäckman, O., & Bergmark, Å. (2011). Escaping welfare? Social assistance dynamics in Sweden. Journal of European social policy, 21(5), 486-500.

 

Bäckman, O., & Ferrarini, T. (2011). Att bekämpa barnfattigdom (To combat child poverty). In Alm, S, Bäckman, O. Gavanas, A., & Nilsson, A. (Eds.), Utanförskap (pp. 275-298). Stockholm: Dialogos.

 

Emmenegger, P. (2011). How good are your counterfactuals? Assessing quantitative macro-comparative welfare state research with qualitative criteria. Journal of European Social Policy, 21(4), 365-380.

 

Nelson, K. (2011). Discussion Paper on Improving the efficiency of social protection. The Peer Review in Social Protection and Social Inclusion and Assessment in Social Inclusion. Brussels: European Commission.

 

Van Mechelen, N., Marchal, S., Goedemé, T., Marx, I., & Cantillon, B. (2011). The CSB-Minimum Income Protection Indicators dataset (CSB-MIPI) (CBS Working Paper 2011:05). Antwerp: Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy.

 

Wincott, D. (2011). Images of welfare in law and society: The British welfare state in comparative perspective. Journal of law and society, 38(3), 343-375.

 

2010

Bäckman, O., & Ferrarini, T. (2010). Combating child poverty? A multilevel assessment of family policy institutions and child poverty in 21 old and new welfare states. Journal of Social Policy, 39(2), 275-296.

 

Esser, I., & Ferrarini, T. (2010). Family Policy, Perceived Stress, and Work-Family Conflict: A Comparative Analysis of Women in 20 Welfare States (Working Paper  2010:4). Stockholm: Institute for Future Studies.

 

Esser, I., & Palme, J. (2010). Do public pensions matter for health and wellbeing among retired persons? Basic and income security pensions across 13 Western European countries. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 103-120.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Norström, T. (2010). Family policy, economic development and infant mortality: a longitudinal comparative analysis. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 89-102.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Sjöberg, O. (2010). Social policy and health: transition countries in a comparative perspective. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 60-88.

 

Kangas, O. (2010). One hundred years of money, welfare and death: mortality, economic growth and the development of the welfare state in 17 OECD countries 1900–2000. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 42-59.

 

Korpi, W. (2010). Class and gender inequalities in different types of welfare states: The Social Citizenship Indicator Program (SCIP). International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 14-24.

 

Kuivalainen, S. (2010). Kestääkö suomalainen vähimmäisturva pohjoismaisen vertailun? : vertaileva analyysi vähimmäisturvan tasosta ja sen köyhyyttä ehkäisevästä vaikutuksesta neljässä Pohjoismaassa 1990-2005. Yhteiskuntapolitiikka-YP 75 (2010): 4, 379-388.

 

Kuivalainen, S., & Nelson, K. (2010). The Nordic welfare model in a European perspective (Working Paper 2010:11). Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

 

Montanari, I. & Nelson, K. (2010) Health Care Developments in EU Member States: Regressing Trends and Institutional Similarity? (Working Paper 2010:7). Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

 

Nelson, K. (2010). Social assistance and minimum income benefits in old and new EU democracies. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(4), 367-378.

 

Norström, T., & Palme, J. (2010). Public pension institutions and old‐age mortality in a comparative perspective. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19(s1), 121-S130.

 

Sjöberg, O. (2010). Social insurance as a collective resource: unemployment benefits, job insecurity and subjective well-being in a comparative perspective. Social Forces, 88(3), 1281-1304.

 

2009

Bäckman, O. (2009). Institutions, structures and poverty—A comparative study of 16 countries, 1980–2000. European Sociological Review, 25(2), 251-264.

 

Esser, I. (2009). Has welfare made us lazy? Employment commitment in different welfare states. In A. Park. J. Curtice, K. Thomson, M. Phillips and E. Clery (eds.), British Social Attitudes: The 25th report (pp. 79-107). London: Sage Publications Ltd.

 

Esser, I., Ferrarini, T., Nelson, K., & Sjöberg, O. (2009). A framework for comparing social protection in developing and developed countries: The example of child benefits. International Social Security Review, 62(1), 91-115.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2009). Barnbidraget i internationellt perspektiv: De kontanta och skattebaserade barnbidragens utveckling och koppling till barnfattigdom i Sverige och andra välfärdsdemokratier 1930-2000 (Child allowances in comparative perspective: The development of cash and tax based family benefits and their link to child poverty in Sweden and other welfare democracies 1930–2000) (Working Papers in Social Insurance 2009:2). Stockholm: Swedish Social Insurance Agency.

 

Nelson, K. (2009). Minimum Income Protection and Low-Income Standards: Is Social Assistance Enough for Poverty Alleviation? (Working paper 2009:9). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research

 

Nelson, K. (2009). Social assistance and minimum income protection in the EU: Vulnerability, adequacy, and convergence (Luxemburg Income Study Working Paper No. 511). Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Studies.

 

Palme, J., Nelson, K., Sjöberg, K., & Minas, R. (2009). European Social Models, Protection and Inclusion (Research Report 2009:1). Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

 

2008

Lundberg, O., Yngwe, M. Å., Stjärne, M. K., Elstad, J. I., Ferrarini, T., Kangas, O., Norström, T., Palme, J., & Fritzell, J. (2008). The role of welfare state principles and generosity in social policy programmes for public health: an international comparative study. The Lancet, 372(9650), 1633-1640.

 

Montanari, I., Nelson, K., & Palme, J. (2008). Towards a European social model? Trends in social insurance among EU countries 1980–2000. European Societies, 10(5), 787-810.

 

Nelson, K. (2008). Adequacy of social minimums: workfare, gender and poverty alleviation in welfare democracies (Luxemburg Income Study Working Paper No. 474). Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Studies.

 

Nelson, K. (2008). Minimum income protection and European integration: Trends and levels of minimum benefits in comparative perspective, 1990-2005. International Journal of Health Services, 38(1), 103-124.

 

Scruggs, L., & Allan, J. P. (2008). Social stratification and welfare regimes for the twenty-first century. World Politics, 60(4), 642-64.

 

Sjöberg, O. (2008). Labour market mobility and workers’ skills in a comparative perspective: exploring the role of unemployment insurance benefits. International Journal of Social Welfare, 17(1), 74-83.

 

2007

Esser, I. & Ferrarini, T. (2007). Dubbla roller, dubbel stress? - familjepolitik, barn och stress i Sverige och andra 
välfärdsstater. In Halvvägs eller vilse? Om den nödvändiga balansen mellan föräldraskap och jobb (pp. 19-38). 
Premiss förlag, Stockholm.

 

Montanari, I., Nelson, K., & Palme, J. (2007). Convergence Pressures and Responses: Recent Social Insurance Development in Modern Welfare States. Comparative Sociology, 6, 295-323.

 

Nelson, K. (2007). Introducing SaMip: The Social Assistance and Minimum Income Protection Interim Dataset (Working paper 2007:11). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research.

 

2006

Carroll, E., & Palme, J. (2006). Inclusion of the European Nordic model in the debate concerning social protection reform: the long-term development of Nordic welfare systems (1890-2005) and their transferability to Latin America in the twenty-first century (CEPAL report no. 168). Santiago: United Nations Publications.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2006). Families, states and labour markets: institutions, causes and consequences of family policy in post-war welfare states. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

 

Korpi, W. (2006). Power resources and employer-centered approaches in explanations of welfare states and varieties of capitalism: Protagonists, consenters, and antagonists. World Politics, 58(2), 167-206.

 

Lindh, T., & Palme, J. (2006). Sustainable Policies in an Ageing Europe. Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies, Research Report Series, Society and the Future, (3).

 

Palme, J. (2006). Welfare states and inequality: Institutional designs and distributive outcome. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 24(4), 387-403.

 

2005

Bäckman, O. (2005) Welfare States, Social Structure and the Dynamics of Poverty Rates. A Comparative Study of 16 Countries, 1980–2000 (Working Paper 2005:7). Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

 

Esser, I. (2005). Why work? Comparative studies on welfare regimes and individuals' work orientations (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 64). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.

 

Esser, I. (2005). To Work or not to Work? Employment Commitment in 12 OECD countries. In Carroll, E., & Eriksson, L. (Ed) Welfare politics cross-examined: eclecticist analytical perspectives on Sweden and the developed world, from the 1880s to the 2000s (pp. 247-289). Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers, International Institute for Social History.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2005). Betald föräldraledighet och kvinnors arbete (Paid parental leave and women’s employment). Ekonomisk Debatt 5, 63-71.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2005). Paid Parental Leave and Poverty: Analysing the Policy-Outcome Link among Families with Infants in Fifteen Western Countries . In Carroll, E., & Eriksson, L. (Ed) Welfare politics cross-examined: eclecticist analytical perspectives on Sweden and the developed world, from the 1880s to the 2000s (pp. 59-85). Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers, International Institute for Social History.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Forssén, K. (2005). Family Policy and Cross-national Patterns of Poverty. In Kangas, O., & J. Palme (Eds.) Social Policy and Economic Development in the Nordic Countries (pp. 118-146). SERIES: Social Policy in a Development Context, General Editor: UNRISD. New York: Palgrave.

 

Nelson, K. (2005). The Last Resort: Determinants of the Generosity of Means-Tested Minimum Income Protection Policies in Welfare Democracies. In Carroll, E., & Eriksson, L. (Eds.) Welfare politics cross-examined: eclecticist analytical perspectives on Sweden and the developed world, from the 1880s to the 2000s (pp. 85-11). Amsterdam: Aksant Academic Publishers, International Institute for Social History.

 

2004

Kangas, O. (2004). Institutional Development of Sickness Cash‐benefit Programmes in 18 OECD Countries. Social Policy & Administration, 38(2), 190-203.

 

Korpi, W., & Palme, J. (2004). Robin Hood, St. Matthew, or simple egalitarianism? Strategies of equality in welfare states. In Kennett, P. (Ed.) A Handbook of Comparative Social Policy (pp. 153-179). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

 

Nelson, K. (2004). The Last Resort: Determinants of Generosity of Means-tested Minimum Income Protection in Welfare Democracies (Compass Working Paper 2004:21).

 

Nelson, K. (2004). Mechanisms of poverty alleviation: anti-poverty effects of non-means-tested and means-tested benefits in five welfare states. Journal of European Social Policy, 14(4), 371-390.

 

Nelson, K. (2004). The Formation of Minimum Income Protection: The Institutional Development of Means-tested Benefits in Different Types of Welfare States, 1960-2000 (LIS Working Paper No. 373). Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Studies.

 

2003

Ferrarini, T. (2003). Familjepolitiken strukturerar fattigdomen (Family policy structures child poverty. In Barn i ekonomiskt utsatta familjer. Stockholm: Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2003). Parental leave institutions in eighteen post-war welfare states. (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 58). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.

 

Ferrarini, T. (2003). Föräldraledighet i välfärdsdemokratierna: nordisk modell ger mest. Välfärd (2:2003), pp 14-15. Stockholm: Statistics Sweden.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Nelson, K. (2003). Taxation of social insurance and redistribution: A comparative analysis of ten welfare states. Journal of European Social Policy, 13(1), 21-33.

 

Korpi, W., & Palme, J. (2003). New politics and class politics in the context of austerity and globalization: Welfare state regress in 18 countries, 1975–95. American Political Science Review, 97(03), 425-446.

 

Nelson, K. (2003). Fighting poverty: Comparative studies on social insurance, means-tested benefits and income redistribution (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 60). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University.

 

2002

Carroll, E. (2002). The impacts and non-impacts of globalization on social policy: social insurance quality, institutions, trade exposure and deregulation in 18 OECD nations, 1965–1995. In Sigg, R., & Behrendt, C. (Eds.) Social Security in the Global Village (pp.117-139). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Nelson, K. (2002). “Attivazione e Coordinamento. Il Caso Svedese”. L'Assistenza Sociale, Aprile-Giugno: 37-60.

 

Ferrarini, T., & Nelson, K. (2002). The Impact of Taxation on the Equalizing Effect of Social Insurance to Income Inequality: A Comparative Analysis of ten welfare states (LIS Working Paper Series No. 327). Luxembourg: Luxembourg Income Studies.



Ferrarini, T., & Nelson, K. (2002). Estimating Post-tax Social Insurance Benefits: Validity Problems in Comparative Analyses of Net Income Components form Household Income Data (Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics 2002:6). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research.

 

Korpi, W. (2002). The great trough in unemployment: a long-term view of unemployment, inflation, strikes, and the profit/wage ratio. Politics & Society, 30(3), 365-426.

 

2001

Korpi, W. (2001). Contentious Institutions. An Augmented Rational-Action Analysis of the Origins and Path Dependency of Welfare State Institutions in the Western Countries. Rationality and society, 13(2), 235-283.

 

Korpi, W. (2001). Class, gender and inequality: the role of the welfare state. In Kohli, M. & Novak, M. (Eds.) Will Europe work?: integration, employment and the social order (pp. 52-72). London: Routledge.

 

Lindbom, A. (2001). Dismantling the social democratic welfare model? Has the Swedish welfare state lost its defining characteristics?. Scandinavian Political Studies, 24(3), 171-193.

 

Montanari, I. (2001). Modernization, globalization and the welfare state: a comparative analysis of old and new convergence of social insurance since 1930. The British journal of sociology, 52(3), 469-494.

 

2000

Kangas, O., & Palme, J. (2000). Does social policy matter? Poverty cycles in OECD countries. International Journal of Health Services, 30(2), 335-352.

 

Montanari, I. (2000). From family wage to marriage subsidy and child benefits: controversy and consensus in the development of family support. Journal of European Social Policy, 10(4), 307-333.

 

Montanari, I. (2000). Social citizenship and work in welfare states: comparative studies on convergence and on gender (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 45). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

Sjöberg, O. (2000). Duties in the welfare state: working and paying for social rights (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 42). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

Sjöberg, O. (2000). Unemployment and unemployment benefits in the OECD 1960-1990-An empirical test of neo-classical economic theory. Work, Employment & Society, 14(1), 51-76.

 

1999

Carroll, E. (1999). Emergence and structuring of social insurance institutions: comparative studies on social policy and unemployment insurance (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 38). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

Korpi, W., & Palme, J. (1999). Robin Hood, Matteus eller strikt likhet? En jämförande studie av välfärdsstatens institutioner och strategier för att minska ojämlikhet och fattigdom i västländerna. Sociologisk Forskning, 36(1), 53-92.

 

Montanari, I. (1999). Från familjestöd till hemmamakastöd och barnstöd: Ekonomiskt stöd till familjer 1950-1990 i 18 länder. Sociologisk forskning, 218-252.

 

Pedersen, A. W. (1999). The taming of inequality in retirement: a comparative study of pension policy outcomes (Doctoral dissertation. Fafo-report No. 317). Oslo: Fafo

 

Sjöberg, O. (1999). Paying for social rights. Journal of Social Policy, 28(2), 275-297.

 

1998

Korpi, W., & Palme, J. (1998). The paradox of redistribution and strategies of equality: Welfare state institutions, inequality, and poverty in the Western countries. American sociological review, 661-687.

 

1995

Korpi, W. (1995). The position of the elderly in the welfare state: Comparative perspectives on old-age care in Sweden. The Social Service Review, 242-273.

 

van Kersbergen, K. (1995). Social capitalism: A study of Christian democracy and the welfare state. London: Routledge.

 

1994

Wennemo, I. (1994). Sharing the costs of children: studies on the development of family support in the OECD countries. (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 25). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

1993

Svallfors, S. (1993). Dimensions of inequality: A comparison of attitudes in Sweden and Britain. European Sociological Review, 9(3), 267-287.

 

Svallfors, Stefan (1993). Labourism vs Social Democracy? Attitudes to Inequality in Australia and Sweden (SPRC Reports and Proceedings no. 107). Kensington: Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales.

 

Wennemo, I. (1993). Infant mortality, public policy and inequality–a comparison of 18 industrialised countries 1950–85. Sociology of Health & Illness, 15(4), 429-446.

 

1992

Kangas, O. (1992). The politics of universalism: the case of Finnish sickness insurance. Journal of Social Policy, 21(01), 25-52.

 

Korpi, W. (1992). Welfare state development in Europe since 1930: Ireland in a comparative perspective. Dublin: Economic and Social Research Institute.

 

Väisänen, I. (1992). Conflict and consensus in social policy development. European Journal of Political Research, 22(3), 307-327.

 

Wennemo, I. (1992). The development of family policy. A comparison of family benefits and tax reductions for families in 18 OECD countries. Acta Sociologica, 35(3), 201-217.

 

1991

Kangas, O. (1991). The bigger the better? On the dimensions of welfare state development: Social expenditures versus social rights. Acta Sociologica, 34(1), 33-44.
 

Kangas, O. (1991). The politics of social rights: Studies on the dimensions of sickness insurance in OECD Countries (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 19). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

Korpi, W. (1991). Political and Economic Explanations for Unemployment: A Cross-National and Long-Term Analysis. British Journal of Political Science, 21, 315-348.

 

Väisänen, I. (1991). Socialpolitikens utveckling i konflikt-och konsensusperspektiv; En jämförande studie av socialförsäkringar i 18 OECD-länder 1930—85. Sociologisk Forskning, 2, 3-26.

 

1990

Esping-Andersen, G. (1990). Three worlds of welfare capitalism. Cambridge: Polity Press.

 

Kangas, O., & Palme, J. (1990). The public-private mix in pension policy. International Journal of Sociology, 78-116.

 

Palme, J. (1990). Pension rights in welfare capitalism: the development of old-age pensions in 18 OECD countries 1930 to 1985 (Doctoral Dissertation Series, No. 14). Stockholm: Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University

 

1989

Korpi, W. (1989). Power, politics, and state autonomy in the development of social citizenship: Social rights during sickness in eighteen OECD countries since 1930. American Sociological Review, 309-328.

 

Olsson, S. E. (1989). Working-class power and the 1946 pension reform in Sweden. A modest festschrift contribution. International Review of Social History, 34(02), 287-308.