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in Towards a social investment welfare state? Ideas, Policies and Challenges Sous la direction de PALME Joakim, PALIER Bruno Publication date 2011-11
PALME Joakim
MOREL Nathalie
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in Reforming the Bismarckian Welfare Systems Sous la direction de PALIER Bruno, MARTIN Claude Publication date 2008
MOREL Nathalie
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This report reflects the views of its authors and these are not necessarily those of either the European Commission or the Member States.

in Reform – förändringochtröghet I välfärdsstaterna Sous la direction de SANTESSON-WILSSON Peter, ERLINGSSON Gissur Publication date 2009-08
PALIER Bruno
MOREL Nathalie
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in Publication on growth strategies Publication date 2011
PALME Joakim
MOREL Nathalie
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Foundation for European Progressive Studies with the support of Fondazione Italianieuropei

in Towards a social investment welfare state? Ideas, Policies and Challenges Sous la direction de MOREL Nathalie, PALIER Bruno, MOREL Nathalie, PALIER Bruno, PALME Joakim Publication date 2012-07
PALME Joakim
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Sous la direction de CARBONNIER Clément, MOREL Nathalie Publication date 2015-09
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Over the past two decades, countries in Continental and Northern Europe have set up specific policies to promote the development of household services. This edited volume analyses the aims pursued with these policies, and the ways in which the issues have been framed. It examines the resultant labour market outcomes, focusing on the forms and quality of employment in the household services sector, and highlighting both the symbolic and economic effects of the construction of domestic and care services as low-skilled, low-value work. The authors demonstrate how these policies have actively contributed to the structuring of dualisms within the labour market, reinforcing social, gendered and ethnic divides. They also shed light on the distributive effects of these policies, which essentially benefit affluent households, and question their efficiency, not least with regard to their employment objectives.

in Framtider Publication date 2009-03
MOREL Nathalie
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